2024-25 JPS Course Planning Guide - Jenks High School, Freshman Academy, and Alternative Center

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MISSION OF JENKS PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Jenks Public Schools, inspired by a tradition of excellence, is committed to the shared responsibility of preparing all learners for productive, responsible citizenship in an ever-changing world

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JenksHighSchool

AccreditedbyAdvancEDandtheOklahomaStateDepartmentofEducation

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EnrollmentandSchedulingProcess

GraduationRequirements

Four-YearGraduationPlanningForm

NCAAEligibilityRequirementsandRegistration

Oklahoma’sPromiseProgram

OtherInformation

Grades/GradeLevel/ClassDesignation Commencement

DistinguishedServiceGraduateRequirements

DistinguishedGraduateRequirements

InternationalScholarsProgram

TheSealofBiliteracy

TheOklahoma'sPromiseProgram

ConcurrentEnrollmentinCollegeforHighSchoolStudents

SchooltoWork

TulsaTechnologyCenter

ElectiveCourseFees

AdvisoryProgram

AdvancedPlacementProgram

GiftedandTalentedProgram

SpecialEducationProgram

CORECONTENT

EnglishCourses

EnglishElectives

MathematicsCourses

MathematicsCourseProgression

ScienceCourses

ScienceCourseProgressions

SocialStudiesCourses

SocialStudiesCourseProgression

SocialStudiesElectives

FinancialLiteracy

EnglishLanguageDevelopmentProgram

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SpecialEducationCourses

English

Mathematics

Science

SocialStudies

Electives

VirtualCourses

FineArts

Art

Drama

MediaProduction

Music

SpeechandDebate

WorldLanguages

ELECTIVECOURSES

AdvancedPlacementCapstoneCourses

AgriculturalEducationCourses

Before-andAfter-HoursCourses

BusinessCourses

CollegePreparationCourses

ComputerScienceCourses

FamilyandConsumerScienceCourses

LeadershipOpportunities

MarketingEducationCourses

HealthCareers

PhysicalEducationCourses

Pre-EngineeringProgram

TulsaCommunityCollege

RiversideAviationCenter

TulsaTechnologyCenter

NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT

Jenks Public Schools prohibits discrimination in its education programs and activities, admission programs of students, recruitment, selection and/or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, pregnancy, age national origin, veteran status, or disability The District provides equal access to designated youth groups, including the Boy Scouts of America. Jenks Public Schools complies with federal and state regulations for implementing Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, Title VI, The Age Discrimination Act, Section 504, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

BoardPolicy1.30,RevisedAugust2020

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Enrollment and Scheduling Process

PHASEI: January/February

ENROLLMENT TIMETABLE

1. PlanningGuideandenrollmentcarddistributedtostudents.

2. Parents,guardiansandstudentsdiscussfour-yearplananddeterminecourserequestsforthe2024-25schoolyear.

3. Studentsreturntheenrollmentcardwithcourseselections,teacherapprovals,andparentsignatures.

PHASEII:March/April

1 Enrollmentconferencesheldtofinalizehighschoolenrollment;freshmanacademyenrollmentfinalizedthrough8thgrade teachers

2. Numberofcoursesectionsbasedonstudentpre-enrollmentrequestsdeterminedbyadministrators

PHASEIII:May/June

1 Coursepre-enrollmentrequestsreviewedbystudents

2 RequestsforcoursechangessubmittedbystudentspriortotheJune15deadlineforbothsemesters

PHASEIV:June

1. Masterschedulebuiltwithteacherandroomassignmentscompletedaccordingtostudentcourserequests

SCHEDULING PROCESS

Thisbookletisasynopsisofthecoursesofferedforthe2024-25schoolyear Itincludesrequiredandelectivecoursesand activitiesforgradesnine,ten,eleven,andtwelve Itisdesignedtohelpstudentsandparentsselectcoursesfor pre-enrollmentforthe2024-25schoolterm Demandforthecourseandclassroomavailabilitydetermineclass offerings.Tobeoffered,eachcoursemusthaveaspecifiednumberofpre-enrolledstudents.

FreshmanAcademy(9th)

Theschedulingprocessbeginswiththeschedulingteam(counselorsandadministrators)meetingwithgroupsofstudentsandparentsto explainthevariousaspectsoftheprogramofstudies,aswellastheoverallsequenceandlimitationsoftheschedulingprocess.Students andparentsarethenencouragedtobeginplanningthestudent’sindividualprogramofstudy.Itisthejointresponsibilityofschooland familytoensurethateachstudentiscorrectlyenrolledandmeetsanyprerequisiterequirements.

HighSchool(10th-12th)

Theschedulingprocessbeginswhenthecounselorsmeetwiththeirstudentstoexplainthevariousaspectsofthehighschoolprogramof studiesandgraduationrequirements Advisorsandteachersassiststudentsincourseselections Enrollmentconferencesarethenheld withparentsandstudentstoanswerquestionsandfinalizeenrollment Aspartofthehighschoolguidanceprogram,academic counselorsareavailabletoassiststudentswiththeirfutureplanningandcourseselection.

TIPS FOR USING THE PLANNING GUIDE

● Coursedescriptionsarelistedbydepartmentandinnumericalorder,unlessotherwisenoted

● Fees:Someelectivescoursesrequirefeestocoverthecostofsupplies Advancedplacementcoursesrequirefees toscheduleadvancedplacementexams Membershipfeesarealsolisted

● Prerequisite:Somecourseshaveprerequisitesforenrollment(adesignatedcoursemusthavebeenpreviously completed,prerequisitecoursegrades,teachersignatureonenrollmentcard,interview,application,etc

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SubjectArea

LanguageArts (4credits)

Graduation Requirements

CollegePreparatoryRequirements*

● Four(4)unitsofEnglish(Grammar,Composition, Literature)oranyEnglishcourseapprovedfor collegeadmissionrequirements

CoreGraduationRequirements

● One(1)unitofGrammarandComposition

● Three(3)unitsselectedfromAmericanLiterature, WorldLiteratureorAdvancedEnglishcourses Mathematics (3credits)

Mustbeearnedin grades9th -12th

Science (3credits)

SocialStudies (3credits)

● Three(3)unitsselectedfromAlgebraI,Algebra II,Geometry,Trigonometry,Calculus,Advanced PlacementStatisticsoranymathematicscourse aboveAlgebraIandapprovedforcollege admissionrequirement.

● One(1)unitofBiology

● One(1)unitselectedfromPhysicalSciences: Chemistry,AdvancedChemistry,APChemistry, Physics,APPhysics1,APPhysics2,APPhysics C,PhysicalScience

● One(1)unitofadditionalscience

● One(1)unitofUnitedStatesHistory

● One(1)unitofWorldHistory

● One-halfunit(5)ofOklahomaHistory

● One-halfunit(5)ofUnitedStatesGovernment

● One(1)unitofAlgebraI

● Two(2)unitsselectedfromAlgebraI,AlgebraII, Geometry,Trigonometry,Calculus,Advanced PlacementStatisticsoranymathematicscourse withcontent/rigoraboveAlgebraI

● One(1)unitofBiology

● One(1)unitselectedfromPhysicalSciences: Chemistry,AdvancedChemistry,APChemistry, Physics,APPhysics1,APPhysics2,APPhysics C,PhysicalScience

● One(1)unitofadditionalsciencewhichmaybe the4th yearofAgriculturalEducation.

● One(1)unitofUnitedStatesHistory

● One(1)unitofWorldHistory

● One-halfunit(5)ofOklahomaHistory

● One-halfunit(5)ofUnitedStatesGovernment WorldLanguage orComputer Technology

FineArts (1credit)

Additional Credits

Other Requirements

● Two(2)unitsofthesameWorldLanguageor non-Englishlanguageortwo(2)unitsof ComputerTechnology,excludingkeyboardingor typingcourses

● One(1)unitfromtheFineArts- Art,Music,Pom, Drama,Speech/Debate,Filmmaking,MediaProduction.

● Seven(7)electiveunits

● CPR/AED: Completionoftrainingincardiopulmonary resuscitation(CPR)andtheuse/purposeofan automatedexternaldefibrillator(AED)

● PassporttoFinancialLiteracy: Demonstrationof competencyinthe14areasforfinancialliteracy educationi.e.,aCorbetterineachofthe14areas

● CitizenshipTest: Demonstrationofcompetencyonthe CitizenshipTesti.e.,60ofthe100questionsanswered correctly

● IndividualCareerActionPlan(ICAP): Completionof thisplanthroughoutall4years

● OklahomaSchoolTestingProgram: Completethese assessments:

○ ACTorSAT(OSTPCollegeandCareerReady Assessments)–EnglishLanguageArts, Mathematics,Science

○ ScienceAssessment(11th grade)

○ UnitedStatesHistoryAssessment

23credits

TotalCredits Required

Creditsareearnedonasemesterbasis Astudent receivescreditformakingapassinggradeinagiven course One-half(5)creditisearnedpercourseper semester.Advisorycreditsdonotcountforgraduation.

● One(1)unitofWorldLanguageorone(1)unitof ComputerTechnology,excludingkeyboardingor typingcourses

● One(1)unitfromtheFineArts- Art,Music,Pom, Drama,Speech/Debate,Filmmaking,MediaProduction.

● Eight(8)electiveunits

● CPR/AED: Completionoftrainingincardiopulmonary resuscitation(CPR)andtheuse/purposeofan automatedexternaldefibrillator(AED)

● PassporttoFinancialLiteracy: Demonstrationof competencyinthe14areasforfinancialliteracy educationi.e.,aCorbetterineachofthe14areas

● CitizenshipTest: Demonstrationofcompetencyonthe CitizenshipTesti.e.,60ofthe100questionsanswered correctly

● IndividualCareerActionPlan(ICAP): Completionof thisplanthroughoutall4years

● OklahomaSchoolTestingProgram: Completethese assessments:

○ ACTorSAT(OSTPCollegeandCareerReady Assessments)–EnglishLanguageArts, Mathematics,Science

○ ScienceAssessment(11th grade)

○ UnitedStatesHistoryAssessment

23credits

Creditsareearnedonasemesterbasis Astudent receivescreditformakingapassinggradeinagiven course One-half(5)creditisearnedpercourseper semester.Advisorycreditsdonotcountforgraduation.

*NOTE: Studentsmustcompletethecollegepreparatorycurriculumunlessthestudent’sparentorlegalguardianapprovesenrollmentinthestate graduationrequirements. Forstudentsconsideringcollegiateathletics,pleaseseeNCAAEligibilityRequirementsonpage7oftheplanningguide.

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Four-Year Graduation Planning Form

NOTE: Sixclassespersemesterrequired.

LanguageArts

Mathematics Science

SocialStudies

OtherChoices

FineArts

WorldLanguages orComputer Technology

Elective

Elective

OtherRequirements

CPR/AEDTraining

U.S.NaturalizationTest

CompletionofIndividualCareerActionPlan(ICAP)

OklahomaSchoolTestingProgram–11th Grade:ACT/SAT,Science,USHistory

CompletionofFinancialLiteracycourse

SubjectAreas

LanguageArts

Mathematics Science

SocialStudies

OtherChoices

WorldLanguages orComputer Technology

FineArts

Elective

Elective

OtherRequirements

CPR/AEDTraining

U.S.NaturalizationTest

CompletionofIndividualCareerActionPlan(ICAP)

OklahomaSchoolTestingProgram–11th Grade:ACT/SAT,Science,USHistory

CompletionofFinancialLiteracycourse

FreshmanYear SophomoreYear 1st Semester 2nd Semester 1st Semester 2nd Semester
Course Credit Course Credit Course Credit Course Credit
SubjectAreas
CreditsEarned CreditsEarned CreditsEarned CreditsEarned TotalCreditsEarned TotalCreditsEarned
JuniorYear SeniorYear 1st Semester 2nd Semester 1st Semester 2nd Semester
Course Credit Course Credit Course Credit Course Credit
CreditsEarned CreditsEarned CreditsEarned CreditsEarned TotalCreditsEarned TotalCreditsEarned
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NCAA Eligibility Requirements and Registration

StudentsplanningtocompeteincollegiateathleticsmustmeetminimumNCAAInitialEligibilitystandardsforGrade PointAverage(GPA),CoreCourseCompletionandACT/SATscores Parentsandstudentsshouldtracktowardsmeeting theNCAArequirements ListedbelowaretheJHScoursesthatareNCAAApproved Forcompleteinformationregarding GradePointAverage(GPA), andACT/SATscorerequirementsandtoregisterstudentswiththeNCAAEligibilityCenter, goto wwweligibilitycenterorg

NOTE:PerNCAArules,10ofthecreditslistedbelowlockinattheendofjunioryearandcannotbereplacedduringsenioryear.

DivisionI 16corecreditsrequired

4EnglishCredits

3MathCredits

Division2 16corecreditsrequired

3EnglishCredits

2MathCredits

3ScienceCredits 2ScienceCredits

1AdditionalCredit 3AdditionalCredits

2SocialScienceCredits 2SocialScienceCredits

JenksHighSchool(9th-12th Grades)CoursesApproved byNCAA

English9,AdvancedEnglish9,English10,AdvancedEnglish10,English11,APEnglish LanguageandComposition,English12,APEnglishLiteratureandComposition

Algebra1,Geometry,Algebra2,AdvancedAlgebra2,Trigonometry/CollegeAlgebra, Precalculus/Trigonometry,AdvancedPrecalculus/Trigonometry,APPreCalculus,Business Calculus,APCalculusAB,APCalculusBC,APStatistics,CalculusII/Differential Equations,Calculus III/DifferentialEquations,LinearAlgebra/AdvancedDifferential Equations

Biology,AdvancedBiology,APBiology,ForensicScienceandDataAnalysis,General HumanAnatomy,IntroductoryGenetics,GeneticsandBiotechnology,Zoology, EnvironmentalScience,APEnvironmentalScience,HumanAnatomyandPhysiology, Chemistry, AdvancedChemistry, APChemistry,Physics,APPhysics1&2,APPhysics C,Earth&SpaceScience,PhysicalScience,Ornithology1.

OklahomaHistory,Government,AdvancedGovernment,USHistory,APUSHistory, WorldHistory,APWorldHistory,WorldWarII,EastAsiaStudies,Sociology,Comparative Religions,HolocaustStudies,APAmericanGovernmentandPolitics,APComparative GovernmentandPolitics,Psychology,APPsychology,APHumanGeography,AP EuropeanHistory,APMicroandMacroEconomics,AdvancedEconomics,Introto Muscogee(Creek)CultureandHeritage

TheseadditionalcreditscanbefromanyofthecourseslistedaboveoranyWorldLanguage course.

4AdditionalCredits 4AdditionalCredits

OnlineCourses

SpecialEducationCourses

ApprovedSpecialEducationCoursesforstudentswho 1)documentthediagnosisofaneducation-impacting disabilitywiththeNCAAEligibilityCenterand2) whoseIEPor504planspecifyoneofthefollowing classes:

TrackingEligibility

Studentswithaspirationsofplayingcollegeathletics shouldregisterandbeginusingthistoolasearlyas freshmanyearofhighschoolinordertotracktheir academicprogresstowardthisgoal

Note:ComputertechnologycoursesarenotNCAA-approvedanddonotmeetNCAA requirements.

OnlinecoursesDONOTmeetNCAArequirementswiththeexceptionofonline coursestakenduringspringsemesterof2020,the2020/2021,2021/2022,and 2022/2023schoolyearsduetoCovid-19.

Note:Decisionregardingthe2023-2024schoolyearispendingandexpectedtobemadein April2023.

English9,English10,English11,English12,ScienceI–Biology;Earth&Space Science,EnvironmentalScience,Zoology,AnatomyandPhysiology,Social StudiesIandII,MathIII–AlgebraA,MathIV–AlgebraB(MathIIIandIVare fullyearcoursesthatareequaltoonesemesterofAlgebraandcountas½credit), MathV–FundamentalsofGeometryandMathVII–FundamentalsofAlgebraII

TheCoreCourseGPACalculatorisafreeweb-basedinteractivetoolavailableto allJenksHighSchoolstudent-athletesandparents Tobegin,goto: www.CoreCourseGPA.comandclickthe"CreateNewMemberAccount"boxandenterthe JenksHighSchoolID#:371905andtheschoolcode:713688208.Parentsandstudentswill enterallofthestudent’scorecourses,gradesandanyACT/SATscoresinordertobegin trackingNCAA,academic eligibilitystatus

English,MathorScience
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Oklahoma’s Promise Program

TheOklahoma’sPromisescholarshippays(allofaportionof) in-statetuitionforstudentswhomeetspecificeligibilityrequirements(familyincome, GPA,courseworkandbehavior).Studentsmusttake17-creditsofcollegeprephighschoolcoursestobeeligiblefortheprogramsoitisveryimportant toalignthestudent’sgraduationplanwiththeapprovedOKPromisecourselistbelow VIRTUALCOURSEWORK:VirtualcourseswiththesamenameasaJHScourselistedbelowarealsoapprovedforOKPromise.

LanguageArts

4Englishcreditsarerequired.

ThefollowingEnglishcoursesareNOTapprovedforOKPromise:Newcomercourses,Conceptscourses,Essentialscourses,ThePowerofStory, PoetryandPower,CreativeWritingIandCreativeWritingII.

AllotherEnglishcoursesareapprovedforOKPromise.

LabScience

3creditsofLabSciencearerequired.

ThefollowingSciencecoursesareNOTapprovedforOKPromise:Newcomercourses,ConceptscoursesandEssentialscourses. AllotherSciencecoursesareapprovedforOKPromise.

Mathematics

3Mathematicscredits,startingwithAlgebraI,arerequired.Trigonometry/CollegeAlgebracannotreplaceAlgebraII.

ThefollowingmathcoursesareNOTapprovedforOKPromise:Newcomercourses,Conceptscourses,Essentialscourses,IntermediateAlgebra, MathofFinanceandCollegeandCareerReadyMath.

Math III: Algebra “A” and Math IV: Algebra “B” areyear-longcourses,butOKPromisehasapproved½creditpercourse.

AllothermathcoursesareapprovedforOKPromise.

HistoryandCitizenship

3SocialStudiescreditsarerequired.

ThefollowingSocialStudiescoursesareNOTapprovedforOKPromise:Newcomercourses,Conceptscourses,Essentialscourses,Ancient Civilizations,IntrotoMuscogeeCultureandHistorythroughFilm. AllotherSocialStudiescoursesareapprovedforOKPromise.

ForeignLanguageorComputerScience

2WorldLanguagecreditsofthesameforeignlanguageOR2approvedComputerSciencecreditsarerequired. AllWorldLanguagesareapprovedbyOKPromiseincludingCreditforLearningandcreditsearnedinmiddleschool. ApprovedComputerScienceCoursesincludeComputerApplicationsIandII,IntroductiontoProgramming,FundamentalsofWebDesign, MultimediaandImagemanagement,APComputerSciencePrinciples,APComputerScienceA,AdvancedProgrammingConcepts,Introductionto EngineeringDesignandPrinciplesofEngineering.

1AdditionalCoreCredit

ThefollowingcoursescountasanadditionalcorecreditforOKPromise: AdvancedEconomics APEconomics

Allcoursesapprovedinthecategoriesabove.

Other Information

Grades/Grade Level/Class Designation

GradesareweightedforeachsemesterofAdvancedPlacement(AP)coursessuccessfullycompletedwithagradeof“C”orbetterasfollows: A=5points, B=4points, C=3points. Gradesbelow“C”arenotweighted.

Toensurethatstudentsaremakingadequateacademicprogresstowardgraduation,studentswillneedtomeetthefollowingcriteriatobeclassified

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withinacertaingrade/class:

● 9thgraders/freshmanmustearnatleast4creditstowardhighschoolgraduationtobeclassifiedas10thgraders/sophomoresthefollowingyear

● 10thgraders/sophomoresmustearnatleast9creditstowardhighschoolgraduationtobeclassifiedas11thgraders/juniorsthefollowingyear.

● 11thgraders/juniorsmustearnatleast16creditstowardhighschoolgraduationtobeclassifiedas12thgraders/seniors.

● 12thgraders/seniorsmustearnatleast23credits,fulfillminimumsubjectareacreditrequirements,andmeettheACEtestingrequirements,the CPR/AEDtrainingrequirement,thePassporttoFinancialLiteracyrequirements,theCitizenship/NaturalizationTestrequirement,andthe IndividualCareerAcademicPlan(ICAP)requirementtobeclassifiedasgraduates.

Commencement

Allgraduatingseniorsarerequiredtoparticipateinthecommencementexercises. Ifagraduatingseniorisunabletoattendthegraduationceremony, awrittenrequestfromparents/guardiansmustbereceivedintheGuidanceOfficenolaterthanMay Ifastudentlacksonlyone(1)creditorless,the diplomawillbegrantedlateruponpresentationofevidenceofhavingcompletedtherequirements. Anyonewholacksmorethanone(1)creditwill notbepermittedtoparticipateingraduationexercises.

Distinguished Service Graduate Requirements

ThedesignationofDistinguishedServiceGraduateisplacedontranscriptsanddiplomasforstudentswhoqualify

DistinguishedServiceGraduates arerecognizedattheSeniorAwardsAssemblyandatcommencementexercises.

Suchadesignationisawardedtoastudentwhomeetsthefollowingcriteria:

GeneralService

JenksHighSchool Service

NewStudentsto JenksService

● Twohundred(200)volunteerservicehoursmustberecordedduringthestudent’sfouryearsofhighschool.

● Atleast50hoursmustberecordedbytheendofthestudent’ssophomoreyear

● Aminimumof25hoursmustberecordedeachyearduringthestudent’ssophomore,junior,andsenioryears.

Aminimumof25servicehoursmustbeperformedthroughaJenksHighSchoolclub,team,classproject,or throughtheServiceLearningCoordinator

● Sophomore:150hours(Eighteen(18)mustbeearnedthroughenrollmentwithJenksHighSchool

● Junior: 100hours(Twelve(12)mustbeearnedthroughenrollmentwithJenksHighSchool

● Senior: ThroughcoordinationwiththeServiceLearningCoordinator,documentationofpreviousservice hourswillenableeligibilityforDistinguishedServiceGraduate

Distinguished Graduate Requirements

DistinguishedGraduateisanhonorgiventothosestudentswhosucceedinthemostcompetitivecoursesJenksHighSchooloffers.Thedesignationis placedontranscriptsanddiplomasofstudentswhoqualify DistinguishedGraduatesarerecognizedatcommencementexercises.Anystudentwho desirestoberecognizedasaDistinguishedGraduatewillneedtoapplytotheCollege/CareerOfficebyApril15ofsenioryear

TheDistinguishedGraduatedesignationisawardedtoastudentwhomeetsthefollowingrequirements:

General

RequiredCourses

● EarnsaminimumcumulativeGPAof3.5

● HasnosemestergradelowerthanaC

● Completesallgraduationrequirements

● SuccessfullycompletesPrecalculusorAPStatistics,2yearsofthesameworldlanguage,Physicsor Chemistry,onecreditofAdvancedPlacement(AP)coursework

AdditionalCredits Successfullycompletestwo(2)additionalcreditsfromamongthesecourses: HumanAnatomyandPhysiology, PhysicsorChemistry(ifnotappliedtorequirementabove),DebateIIIorIV,athirdyearofaworldlanguage,any additionalAdvancedPlacement(AP)courses

International Scholars Program

TheInternationalScholarsProgram(ISP) bringstogetherhighlytalentedandintellectually-motivatedstudentswhoareinterestedininternational studiesandhumanities.TheInternationalScholarsProgram(ISP)atJenksHighSchoolengagesstudentsinagloballearningexperiencethatincludes languagelearning,historicalandcontemporaryculturalstudies,co-curricularactivities,andpossibilityofinternationaltravel.Studentsgainresearch skillsandcollaboratewithlike-mindedscholarsincompletingaculminatingprojectthatencompassesovertwoyearsofbookstudies,guest speakers,foreignlanguageacquisition,andcross-curricularcoursework.BookstudiesandculminatingprojectsarefacilitatedduringAdvisory The culminatingprojectoftheInternationalScholarsProgrammaycoincidewiththeWorldLanguageCapstoneprojectorwithanAPResearch/AP Seminarpresentation.

RequirementsforearningthedesignationofInternationalScholarinclude:

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General

SophomoreYear (duringAdvisory)

JuniorYear (duringAdvisory)

SeniorYear (duringAdvisory)

Demonstrateacademicexcellence,showhighmoralandethicalcharacter,enrollfromalistofrequiredclasses, maintaina3.25unweightedGPAduringhighschool

ParticipateintheProbationaryperiodcompletinganintroductiontotheprogramduringthefallsemesteranda bookstudyinthespringsemester Inthespringsemester,applyandinterviewforacceptanceintotheprogram duringjuniorandsenioryears.ConsidertheChengduexchangetravelexperienceasajunior

Participateintheyear-longcohortfocusedonbookstudieseachsemester,experienceswithguestspeakers, introductiontotheculminatingproject(senioryear),andpossibletravelthroughtheChengduexchangeprogramor otheropportunity.

Participateintheyear-longcohortfocusedonabookstudyinthefallsemester,experienceswithguestspeakers, completionandpresentationofaculminatingprojectinthespringsemester,andtravelabroadforinterested students.

Courseworkexpectations:

Prerequisitesforacceptanceincludethecompletionof:

APWorldHistory

APHumanGeography 2yearsofacceptedISPWorldLanguage(seelistbelow)

Mustbeenrolledinoneofthefollowingclasseseachyear:

APEconomics(Micro/Macro)

APWorldHistory APHumanGeography APComp.Government

APEnvironmentalScience APEuropeanHistory APLiterature APArtHistory

Recommendedtotakeanyofthefollowingclasses:

EastAsianStudies

HolocaustStudies PolicyDebate

Mustsuccessfullycomplete2yearsofoneofthefollowingpriortothecompletionoftheprogram:

Chinese French Spanish Latin

The Seal of Biliteracy

TheOklahomaSealofBiliteracyisanawardgivenbytheOklahomaStateDepartmentofEducationinrecognitionofstudentswhohavestudiedand attainedproficiencyinEnglishaswellasanadditionallanguageuponhighschoolgraduation.Itrepresentsthestate’scommitmenttovaluethewhole studentandfosterprideintheculturalandlinguisticheritageofourstudents.

TheOklahomaSealofBiliteracyencouragesstudentstostudylanguages,certifiesattainmentofbiliteracyskills,recognizesthevalueoflanguage diversity,andpreparesstudentswith21st-centuryskillsthatwillbenefittheminthelabormarketandtheglobalsociety.

StudentsinterestedinapplyingfortheOklahomaSealofBiliteracymaydosointhefalloftheirsenioryearatthislink,JPSSealofBiliteracy StudentsshouldverifytheirEnglishlanguageeligibilitypriortocompletingtheapplication.

The Oklahoma's Promise Program

Thisprogramisintendedtoassiststudentsfromfamilieswithlimitedincomeswhodemonstrateacommitmenttoacademicsuccessinhighschool. Theprogramprovidestuitionpaymentforeligiblestudentsatin-statecollegesanduniversities.Toapply,ortomonitoryourstudentsongoing eligibility,goto:www.okpromise.org AhandoutwithmoreinformationcanbefoundintheJHSguidanceoffice.

Concurrent Enrollment in College for High School Students

HighSchooljuniorsandseniorswhohavetakentheACTmaybeeligibletoenrollincollegecourseswhileattendinghighschool.Studentswho choosetoconcurrentlyenrollmustbeabletoearntherequiredcreditsforgraduationbytheendofthespringsemesteroftheirsenioryear Jenks HighSchoolwillawardacademic/corecreditforcollegecoursesthatcorrelatetoJenksHighSchoolcourses.Electivecreditwillbegivento coursesifthereisnocorrelationbetweentheconcurrentenrollmentcourseandaJenksHighSchoolcourse.Thesecreditswillcounttoward JenksHighSchoolgraduationcreditrequirements.

StudentswhoconcurrentlyenrollwilldroponecourseatJenksHighSchoolforevery3hoursofcollegecourseworkinwhichtheyenroll.Ifastudent dropstheirconcurrentenrollmentcourse,aJenksHighSchool coursemust beadded.ThecollegewillprovideJenksHighSchoolwithalistof studentswhoareenrolledinconcurrentcoursesaftertheDROPdates.ToreplaceEnglish12,studentsmusttaketwosemestersofconcurrently enrolledEnglishcourses.AdvancedPlacementtestcreditsDONOTreplaceeithersemesterofEnglish12.Studentsareresponsibleforregistration, fees,booksandtransportation.Concurrentenrollmentcoursesshouldbeschedulednottoconflictwiththestudent’sscheduleatJenksHighSchool.

TheTCCDualEnrollmentprogramprovides4courses(12hours)tuitionfreeforjuniorsand6courses(18hours)tuitionfreeforseniors.Students

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shouldrememberthatconcurrentenrollmentcoursesbegintheirofficialcollegetranscriptwhichmustbepresentedtoanyfuturecollegetheyattend. Inordertoenrollinacollegecourse,highschoolstudentsmustmeetthefollowingrequirements:

● AnACTcompositescoreof19

● ANDanACTsubjectproficiencyscoreintheareainwhichtheywishtoenroll.

School to Work

ThenationwideSchool-to-Workmovementmaintainsthatstudentsshouldhavetheopportunityforworkexperiencepriortograduationfromhigh school. Skillslearnedonthejob, includingcommunication,reliability,andtheabilitytodevelopgoodworkingrelationships,willservestudents wellthroughouttheirlives.JenksHighSchooloffersworkopportunitiesforhighschoolcreditonlythroughtheMarketingandSpecialEducation programs.

Tulsa Technology Center

TulsaTechnologyCenterprovidesparticipatinghighschoolswithanextendedcurriculumforstudentsin11th and12th grades.Studentsenrolledin TulsaTechattendthreehourseachdayatoneofthesixareaTeachCentercampuses,eithermorningorafternoon. Duringtheremainingportionof theday,studentsarescheduledatJenksHighSchool,andmayrequireavirtualcoursetoaccommodateforschedulingconflicts.Studentsreceive3 creditsperyearfortheirprogramsatTulsaTech;generally,thesecreditsareelectivecredits,butsomeprogramsdooffercorecredit.Thesecore creditsareacceptedbyOklahomaPromiseandsomeareacceptedbyNCAA.ApplicationformsandTulsaTechPlanningGuidesareavailablein theHighSchoolGuidanceOffice.Moreinformationcanbefoundstartingonpage74ofthisplanningguide.

Elective Course Fees

Severalelectivecoursesrequirestudentstopayfeestocoverthecostofsomesuppliesanduniforms. Itisnottheintentoftheschoolstopreventany studentfromenrollinginaclassduetocost.Manycoursesofferfundraisingopportunitiestoearnmoneytocoverthecostoffees.Anystudent desiringtoenrollinoneofthesecourseswhoisunabletopaythefeesshouldcontactacounselor Teachersmaybecontactedforadditional informationconcerningtheexactcostsinvolved.

Advisory Program

Students(9-12)participateregularlyinanAdvisoryperiodduringtheschoolday.TheAdvisoryperiodaccomplishesseveraltasks,includingbut notlimitedto:IndividualCareerAcademicPlan(ICAP)activities,targetedacademicsupport,clubactivities,andhealthandwellnesslearning activities,aswellasactivitiesandinformationbygrade.IndividualCareerAcademicPlan(ICAP)activitiesprovidestudentswithinformation regardingstudentinterestinventories,careerpathways,academicplanning,resumewriting,collegeandcareerexplorationsthroughNaviance,and highschoolenrollmentconferences.

Advanced Placement Program

ThefollowingexplanationofthepurposeoftheAdvancedPlacementprogramcanbefoundonAPCentral,awebsitecreatedbytheCollegeBoard, atthefollowingaddress:https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/about-ap-20-21/discover-benefits

"Pre-APisbasedonthefollowingtwoimportantpremises.Thefirstistheexpectationthatallstudentscanperformwellatrigorousacademiclevels. Thisexpectationshouldbereflectedincurriculumandinstructionthroughouttheschoolsuchthatallstudentsareconsistentlybeingchallengedto expandtheirknowledgeandskillstothenextlevel.ThesecondimportantpremiseofPre-APisthebeliefthatwecanprepareeverystudentfor higherintellectualengagementbystartingthedevelopmentofskillsandacquisitionofknowledgeasearlyaspossible.Addressedeffectively,the middleandhighschoolyearscanprovideapowerfulopportunitytohelpallstudentsacquiretheknowledge,concepts,andskillsneededtoengagein ahigherleveloflearning."

InJenkssecondaryschools,studentschoosingtoparticipateinAdvancedorAdvancedPlacementcoursesshouldexhibitself-motivation,adesireto tacklerigorousmaterials,problemsolvingandcriticalthinkingskills,organizationandtime-managementskillswithacommitmenttomeeting deadlinesandcompletingtasks.

NOTE:Beginningwiththe2019-20schoolyear,theCollegeBoardrequiresstudentstocommitinthefalltotakingAPtestsinMay Studentsare requiredtoregisterandpayfortheAPtestsbyearlyOctober.

Gifted and Talented Program

ACTSubjectTest ACTScore
English 19 EligibletoenrollinanyENGLcourse Science 19 Eligibletoenrollinanysciencereasoningcourse Math 19 EligibletoenrollinMATH1513PrecalculusI Reading 19 Eligibletoenrollinanycollegiatecourse
CourseEligibility
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TheJenksGiftedEducationProgramidentifiesintellectuallygiftedstudentsandchallengesthemthroughdifferentiationoflearningenvironments andinstructionthatisrichindepthandcomplexity StudentsqualifyfortheprogrambymeetingcertaincriteriaincompliancewithOklahomastate regulationsandtheDistrict’sgiftedplan.Challengingcoursesareavailableinavarietyofareastoprovideopportunitiesforstudentstopursuetheir strengths,passions,orinterests.StudentsidentifiedasgiftedarehighlyencouragedtoexplorecourseoptionssuchasAdvanced,AP,concurrent enrollment,CareerTech,andinternships.SiteGiftedCoordinatorsserveasconsultantsforclassroomteachersintheireffortstomeeteachstudent's needs.

Special Education Program

TheSpecialEducationprogramatJenksPublicSchoolsprovidessupportandservicestoallowstudentstoworkattheiroptimalabilities.Special EducationprogramclassesmeetJenksHighSchoolgraduationrequirementsandNCAArequirementswithpriorapprovalifthestudentisserved throughanIndividualEducationPlan(IEP).TheseclassesMAYnotmeetOklahomaPromiseor4-yearcollegeadmissionrequirements(forfurther information,checkwiththecaseloadteacherorcounselor).

Subjectsofferedthroughspecialeducationclassesincludemathematics,languagearts,socialstudies,science,survivalskills,andindividualized cooperativework.JenksHighSchoolpracticestheinclusionofspecialeducationstudentsintotheregularclassroomwithspecialservicessupport wheneverappropriateandallstudentsarerequiredtocompletethestategraduationrequirements.Gradesaredeterminedaccordingtoeachstudent’s abilityandtheobjectivesstatedinhis/herIndividualEducationPlan(IEP)writtenonanannualbasis.Inordertoqualifyforspecialeducation services,testingandplacementthroughtheSpecialServicesDepartmentmustoccurandparentalconsentmustbeobtainedafterparentsparticipate onanInterventionTeamwithteachersandcounselorswhileclassroomobservationsforseveralweeksarecompleted.TheInterventionTeamwill thenmakerecommendationsforaccommodationsintheclassroomorrecommendthattestingbedone.

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CORE CONTENT

English Courses

Englishlanguageartscoursesfocusongrowingalife-longloveofreadingaswellasdevelopingstudents’skillstoread purposefully,thinkcritically,andcommunicateeffectivelythroughwritten,oral,andvisualexpression. Graduationstandards requirethatstudentscompletefourcreditsofEnglish.AllstudentsinJenksHighSchoolmustbeenrolledinatleastoneEnglish classeachsemester

341010

English9

Grade:9

2semesters–1credit

341050

AdvancedEnglish9

Grade:9

2semesters-1credit

141110

English10

Grade:10

2semesters-1credit

141150

AdvancedEnglish 10

Grade:10

2semesters-1credit

Inthiscourse,studentsreadandrespondtovariousformsofliteratureincludingpoetry,fiction, drama,andshortstories Vocabulary,grammar,andcompositionarestudiedthroughwriting assignmentsthatrangefromin-depthresearchpaperstoessayresponses MLAdocumentationisalso apartofthewritingprocessandisincorporatedintoassignmentsthroughouttheschoolyear

Prerequisite:HavinganAorBinpreviousEnglishclassisrecommended.

Thiscoursefocusesonrigorousoralandwrittenliteraryanalysisofgenreswithchallengingreading assignmentsthatrequireorganization,independence,andcriticalthinkingbothinsideandoutsidethe classroom.Studentsalsowriteinmultiplemodes(narrative,informational,argument)andmakeoral presentations Masteryofgrammarandusage(ie proficiencywiththeeightpartsofspeechand partsofasentence)isexpectedandMLAformatforresearchisemphasized

Thiscoursefocusesondevelopinglife-longlearnerswhoreadpurposefully,thinkcriticallyand creatively,andcommunicateeffectivelythroughwritten,oral,andvisualexpression.English10 studentsreadandrespondtoavarietyofsourcesincludingworldliteratureanddevelopwriting proficienciesforavarietyofpurposesandaudiencesthroughbothinformalandformalsubmissions Studentsalsodevelopspeaking,listeningandanalysisskillsdemonstratingcommandofthe conventionsof standardEnglish

Thiscoursefocusesonrigorousoralandwrittenliteraryanalysisofnovels,shortstoriesandpoems withchallengingreadingassignmentsthatrequireorganization,independence,criticalthinkingand useofAdvancedPlacementstrategies Studentsalsoparticipateintimedwritings,independent reading,vocabularydevelopment,andMLAresearchpaperdevelopment Sincewritersgenerallyuse theacceptedlanguagestandardsoftheirtimeperiod,someworksmaycontaincontentand/or languageconsideredobjectionablebysomeindividuals Thecoursepreparesstudentsfortransition intoAdvancedPlacementcourseworkofferedateleventhandtwelfthgradelevels.

141210

English11

Grade:11

2semesters-1credit

141310

English12

Grade:12

2semesters-1credit

Thiscoursefocusesondevelopinglife-longlearnerswhoreadpurposefully,thinkcriticallyand creatively,andcommunicateeffectivelythroughwritten,oral,andvisualexpression English11 studentsreadandrespondtoavarietyofsourcesincludingAmericanliteratureanddevelopwriting proficienciesforavarietyofpurposesandaudiences through both informal and formal submissions Studentsalsodevelopspeaking,listeningandanalysisskillsdemonstratingcommandof theconventionsofstandardEnglish.

Thiscoursefocusesondevelopinglife-longlearnerswhoreadpurposefully,thinkcriticallyand creatively,andcommunicateeffectivelythroughwritten,oral,andvisualexpression English12 studentsmayreadandrespondtoavarietyofgrade-levelappropriatesourcesanddevelopwriting proficienciesforavarietyofpurposesandaudiencesthroughbothinformalandformalsubmissions Studentsalsodevelopspeaking,listeningandanalysisskillsdemonstratingcommandofthe conventionsofstandardEnglish.ThestudyofMLAformatincludesthecreationofadocumented researchprojectand/orpaper

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141410

Advanced PlacementEnglish Languageand Composition

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

141510

Advanced PlacementEnglish Literatureand Composition

Grade:12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:AdvancedEnglish9andAdvancedEnglish10areencouragedbutnotrequired. AdvancedPlacementLanguageandCompositiontrainsstudentstobecomeskilledreadersand writers Studentsstudyfromavarietyofperiods,disciplines,andrhetoricalcontexts Thecourse emphasizesexpository,analytical,andargumentativewritingbothinsideandoutsidetheclassaswell asresearchskills StudentsenrollingareexpectedtohaveacommandofstandardEnglishgrammar Sincewritersgenerallyusetheacceptedlanguagestandardsoftheirtimeperiod,someworksmay containcontentand/orlanguageconsideredobjectionablebysomeindividuals.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

AdvancedPlacementLiteratureandCompositionsurveysselectedworld-classliteraryworks (primarilyofEnglishandAmericanorigin)andfocusesontheinquirytoolsbywhichstudentscan betteranalyzeandcomprehendwhattheyread.Emphasisisgiventoclose-readingoforiginaltexts andtocomposingessaysbothoutsideofclassandinclass Sincewritersgenerallyusetheaccepted languagestandardsoftheirtimeperiod,someworksmaycontaincontentandlanguageconsidered objectionablebysomeindividuals

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

English Electives

Note:TheseclasseswillcountaselectivecreditonlyandwillnotbecreditedtowardEnglishgraduationrequirements

142120

Newswriting

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

142130

Yearbook

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

342011

CreativeWritingI:

Grade:9

1semester-½credit

342021

CreativeWriting II:Genres

Grade:9

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:Advisorapprovalofapplicationand/orinterview(Applicationavailableinroom 5-222orasadownloadfromjenkstrojantorch.com)

Ourmissionistofindgoodstories,writegoodnews,andbuildgoodjournalists!Newswritingisa fast-pacedjournalismclassthatpublishesthe Trojan Torch onamonthlybasis Studenteditorslead staffthroughthepublicationprocess,whichincludesbrainstorming,interviewing,articlewriting, editing,andphotography Studentsareresponsibleforcoveringarticleassignmentsandmeeting deadlines;consequently,staffmemberswilloftenberequiredtoworkoutsideofclasstime

Prerequisite:Approvalofapplication/interview,minimum3.0overallGPA,a“B”average. StudentsinthiscourseareresponsibleforcreatingandproducingtheJHSTrojanyearbook. Studentsgainskillincomputergraphic-layout,journalisminterviewingandwriting,photography, sales,andorganization Photographyexperienceisaplus Out-of-classandweekendtimewillalso berequired

Prerequisite:"B"oraboveinEnglishorEnglishteacherapproval

Thiscourseintroducestheprocess,skills,andtechniquesofwritinginthegenresofcreativefiction andnonfiction Throughclassreadings,exercises,andworkshopstructure,studentsexplorethe developmentofcharacterandsetting,useofdialogueandfigurativelanguage,andwritingfrom differentpointsofview Studentsexamineanddiscusswriter’scraftandapplytheirunderstandings intheirownwriting Studentsmayperformtheirworkandparticipateinlocalandnationalcreative writingcompetitions.

Prerequisite:"B"oraboveinEnglishorEnglishteacherapproval;CreativeWritingIisnota requiredprerequisitebutisrecommended.

Thiscourseintroducesstudentstotheprocessofcreativefictionandnonfictionwriting Through classreadings,studentsexplorevariouswritingmodesandexperimentwithvariousgenresof literatureincludingverse,shortstory,andmemoir.Studentsread,examine,anddiscusswriter’scraft, andapplytheirunderstandingintheirownwriting. Studentsmayperformtheirworkandparticipate inlocalandnationalcreativewritingcompetitions

Skillsand Techniques
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ThePowerofStory

Grades:10,11,12

1semester -½credit

Narrativeisallaroundus.Storiesmotivate,persuade,teachandconnectuseachday. Usingthe reading/writingworkshopmodel,studentsexplorethepowerofnarrativethroughvariousmodes, developingtheliteracyskillstothriveinthemodernage Assessmentisthroughmultiplepublished piecesofauthenticwritingandcreativeprojectslikepresentations,speeches,orvariousothercreative tasksthatallowstudentstodemonstrateknowledgeandunderstandingthroughperformance 142111

PoetryandPower

Grades:10,11,12

1 semester -½credit

ThetitleofthiscourseisinspiredbyapiecewrittenbyPresidentJohnF.Kennedyin1964and speakstothepowerpoetryhastochallengeourimaginationsandrealizeourindividualpower Using culturally-relevanthighly-engagingtextsandverbalandwritten studentsidentifytheroleofpoetry inunderstandingtheirworldthroughverbalandwrittenanalysis ofpoetry,poetrycompositionand participationindiscussion,writingworkshopsandcollaborationandaimsatexploring culturally-relevanthigh-engagingtexts.

Mathematics Courses

Mathematicscoursesemphasizeproblemsolving,proceduralfluency,reasoning,andcommunicatingthinkingandsolution pathways.Althoughthreemathematicscoursesarerequiredingrades9-12th,theDistricthighlyrecommendsthatstudentsenrollin mathematicsallfouryearsofhighschool ThethreemathematicscreditsincludeAlgebraIandtwoothermathematicscourseswith contentand/orrigorequaltooraboveAlgebraI

Mathematics Course Progression

Ifastudentistaking…. Theiroptionsforenrollmentforthenextschoolyearare….

Pre-Algebra AlgebraI

Algebra1

Geometry

Geometry–ALLstudentspassingAlgebra1

MathofFinance–SeniorsONLY

IntermediateAlgebra–ThisoptionwillcommitstudenttoenrollinginAlgebraIIthe followingyear

AlgebraII

AdvancedAlgebraII

MathofFinance–SeniorsONLY

IntermediateAlgebra AlgebraII

AlgebraII or AdvancedAlgebraII

(Note: Seecoursedescriptionsformore detailsaboutthesecourseoptions)

Trigonometry/CollegeAlgebra

(Note:Seecoursedescriptionsformore detailsaboutthesecourseoptions)

Precalculus/Trigonometry Or AdvancedPrecalculus/Trig

(Note: Seecoursedescriptionsformore detailsaboutthesecourseoptions)

AdvancedPlacementCalculusAB

Trigonometry/CollegeAlgebra

Precalculus/Trigonometry

StatisticsandProbability

AdvancedPrecalculus/Trig

AdvancedPlacementStatistics

Precalculus/Trigonometry

StatisticsandProbability

BusinessCalculus

CollegeCareer-ReadyMath-SeniorsONLY AdvancedPlacementStatistics

BusinessCalculus

AdvancedPlacementCalculusAB

AdvancedPlacementStatistics

StatisticsandProbability

AdvancedPlacementCalculusBC

AdvancedPlacementStatistics

142101
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AdvancedPlacementStatistics

AdvancedPlacementCalculusBC

DifferentialEquations

151010 HS 351010 FA

AlgebraI

Grades:9,10

2semesters-1credit

151110

IntermediateAlgebra

Grades:10,11

2semesters-1credit

151210 HS

351210 FA

Geometry

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

151810

MathofFinance

Grade:12

2semesters-1credit

151310 HS 351310 FA AlgebraII

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

StatisticsandProbability

Trigonometry/CollegeAlgebra

Precalculus/Trigonometry

AdvancedPrecalculus/Trig

AdvancedPlacementCalculusAB

AdvancedPlacementCalculusBC

AdvancedPlacementStatistics

LinearAlgebra/CalculusIII

DifferentialEquations

AdvancedPlacementStatistics

LinearAlgebra/CalculusIII

Thiscoursebuildsfoundationsforothermathematicscourses.Studentsgeneralizepatterns, relationsandfunctions,representandanalyzemathematicalsituationsandstructuresusing algebraicsymbols,usemathematicalmodelstorepresentandunderstandquantitativerelationships, andanalyzechangeinvariouscontexts Studentsareintroducedtothegraphingcalculatorbutwill useascientificcalculatorregularlyandareencouragedtohaveaTIcalculatorfromtheTI-30X Multiviewseries Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbecheckedoutfromtheDistrict

Prerequisite:PassinggradeinAlgebra1andGeometryand/orplacementbymathematics department.

ThistransitionalcoursesolidifiesunderstandingofgeneralAlgebra1andGeometryconcepts Depthofunderstandingandfluencyisenhancedasstudentsstudypolynomials,functions(linear andexponential),relations,expressions,inequalities,equations,systemsofequations,triangles, circles,anddataanalysis Studentsareintroducedtoquadratics,matrices,andlogarithms Students whosuccessfullycompletethiscourseareenrolledinAlgebra2thefollowingschoolyear. StudentsuseascientificcalculatorandarerequiredtohaveaTIcalculatorfromtheTI-30X MultiviewseriesorTI-84+series Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbecheckedoutfromthe District

Prerequisite:ApassinggradeinAlgebraI

Inthiscourse,studentsuselogic,postulates,theoremsandAlgebraIconceptstoexploreproperties of2-dimensionaland3-dimensionalfiguresanddeepenawarenessofgeometryineverydayliving. Theyalsostudyconceptsofformalreasoningleadingtoastudyofproofs,congruence,similarity, triangles,polygons,circles,planes,coordinategeometry,basictrigonometricfunctions,and construction Thiscourseintroducesthebasicsofcircularshapesandequations Studentsusea graphingcalculatorandareencouragedtohaveaTIcalculatorfromtheTI-30XMultiviewseries orTI-84+series.Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbecheckedoutfromtheDistrict.

Prerequisite:PassinggradeinAlgebraIandplacementbymathematicsdepartment Inthiscourse,studentsexplorerealworldfinanceproblemsandapplycriticalthinkingskillsto solvethoseproblems Thecourseemphasizesthefollowingtopics:personalearningpower, financialmanagement,federalincometaxpreparation,financialtransactions,budgeting,insurance, andinvestments

Note:ThiscoursemeetstheOklahomastategraduationrequirementsforPassportto FinancialLiteracy.

Prerequisite:PassinggradeinAlgebra1andGeometry(recommend75%orhigher) Thiscourseisacollegepreparatorycourseandwillemphasizethestudyoffunctions,systemsof equations,polynomials,radicals,inequalities,exponentials, logarithms,basicsofparabolicand hyperbolicconicsections,sequences,seriesandrationalexpressions.Timeisdevotedtothe analysisofdata,inferenceandprobability.Studentsexplorerealworldproblemsandapplycritical thinkingskillstosolvethoseproblems Studentsarerequiredtohaveagraphingcalculatorfrom theTI-84+series Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbecheckedoutfromtheDistrict

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151350 HS

351350 FA

AdvancedAlgebraII

Grades:9,10,11

2semesters-1credit

151410

Trigonometry/ CollegeAlgebra

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Gradeof“B”orhigherinGeometryandAlgebraI

ThiscollegepreparatorycourseaddressescomponentsinAlgebraIIfromanAdvancedPlacement perspective.Timeisdevotedtoanalysisofdata,inferenceandprobability.Criticalthinkingskillsare enhancedasstudentsexplore,discoverandmakeconnectionswithrealworldapplications Advanced Placementinquirytechniquesareusedthroughoutthiscourse Studentsalsousethegraphingcalculator, computers,andmanipulatives StudentsplanningontakingAdvancedPrecalculusandAdvanced PlacementCalculusshouldenrollinthiscourse Studentsarerequiredtohaveagraphingcalculator fromtheTI-84+series.Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbecheckedoutfromtheDistrict.

Prerequisite:CompletionofAlgebraIIandrecommendationofcurrentmathematicsteacher

ThiscourseisdesignedforcollegeboundstudentswhodonotplantotakeCalculusinhighschooland addressesavarietyofalgebraicandtrigonometricconceptsincludingrelationsandfunctions,graphing usingtransformations,algebraoffunctions,conicsections,polynomialandrationalfunctions,systems ofequations,matrices,exponentialandlogarithmicfunctions,complexnumbers,absolutevalues, radicals,exponents,rationalexponents,binomialtheorem,sequencesandseriesandapplications Plane trigonometryisalsocoveredandemphasizesbasictrigidentities,angularmeasure,functionsofangles, unitcirclederivationsofformulas,trianglesolutions,equations,andapplicationproblems.Studentsare requiredtohaveagraphingcalculatorfromtheTI-84+series.Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbe checkedoutfromtheDistrict

151510

Precalculus/ Trigonometry

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

151550 351550

Advanced

Precalculus/Trig

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Gradeof“C+”orhigherinAlgebraIIorapassinggradeinTrigonometry/CollegeAlgebra. Thiscollegepreparatorycourserelates,appliesandexploresallconceptsoftrigonometry,including identities,equations,andvectorswhensolvingrealworldproblems Emphasisisplacedonthestudyof logarithms,sequences,series,probabilityandenhancingtheknowledgeoffunctionsbymaking graphicalconnectionsandinterpretations Thecalculusconceptoflimitsisintroduced Thecourseis designedforstudentswhoareplanningtotakeAdvancedPlacementCalculusAB Studentsarerequired tohaveagraphingcalculatorfromtheTI-84+series.Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbecheckedout fromtheDistrict

Prerequisite:Gradeof“B”orhigherinAdvancedAlgebraIIorAlgebraII AdvancedPlacementPrecalculusisacollegelevelcourseforstudentswhohavecompletedAlgebraII andwillfollowtheAdvancedPlacementcourseguidelines.Topicsofstudywillfocusonfourmain strands:Polynomial&RationalFunctions,Exponential&LogarithmicFunctions,Trigonometrical& PolarFunctions,andFunctionsInvolvingParameters,Vectors,&Matrices Formativeandcumulative assessmentswillbegiventomodelthestructureandrigorstudentswillseeontheAPexamattheendof thecourse.ThiscourseisdesignedforstudentsplanningtotakeAPCalculusABorBC.Studentsare requiredtohaveagraphingcalculatorfromtheTI-84+series.Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbe checkedoutfromtheDistrict Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvanced placementexamforcollegecredit

151710

BusinessCalculus

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

152260

AdvancedPlacement

CalculusAB

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

152360

AdvancedPlacement

Prerequisite:PassinggradeinPrecalculusorTrigonometry/CollegeAlgebraandrecommendationof currentmathteacher.

Thiscourseaddressesbasicconceptsoflimits,derivatives,integralsandrelatedapplicationswitha businessfocus ItisdesignedtomeettheneedsofthestudentwhoplanstoseekaBusinessDegreeand willenrollinBusinessCalculusincollege Thisisanon-AdvancedPlacementcourse Studentsare requiredtohaveagraphingcalculatorfromtheTI-84+series.Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbe checkedoutfromtheDistrict

Prerequisite:SuccessfulcompletionofPrecalculus/Trigonometry

ThiscourseaddressescollegelevelCalculusItopicsincludingfunctionsandtheirgraphs,limitsand continuity,differentialcalculus,andintegralcalculus.Asummerreviewassignmentisrequiredfor studentsenrollinginthiscourse StudentsarerequiredtohaveagraphingcalculatorfromtheTI-84+ series Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbecheckedoutfromtheDistrict Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollege creditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$102.Discountsapplyif takingmorethanoneexam.

Prerequisite:SuccessfulcompletionofAPCalculusABandrecommendationofcurrentmath teacher.

CalculusBCisafull-yearcollegecalculuslevelI&IIcourseaddressingthecalculusoffunctions

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CalculusBC

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

151610

Statisticsand

Probability

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

ofasinglevariable.ItbuildsonalltopicscoveredinCalculusABplusadditionalintegration techniques,parametrics,polarandvectorfunctions,andsequencesandseries Asummerreview assignmentisrequiredforstudentsenrollinginthiscourse Studentsarerequiredtohavea graphingcalculatorfromtheTI-84+series Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbecheckedoutfrom theDistrict

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$102.Discounts applyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

Prerequisites:CompletionofAlgebraIIandrecommendationofcurrentMathematics teacher.

ThiscollegelevelcourseisdesignedforstudentswhohavecompletedAlgebraIIandeitherare concurrentlyenrolledinPrecalculusordonotwishtoenterthePrecalculustoCalculusroute. Studentswillstudystatisticalquestioning,collectingdata,analyzingdata,interpretingresults,and probability ThiscoursewillserveasanintroductoryStatisticscourse Studentsarerequiredto haveagraphingcalculatorfromtheTI-84+series Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbechecked outfromtheDistrict

152060

AdvancedPlacement

Statistics

Grades:10withconcurrent enrollmentinanother mathematicsclass

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

152460 Differential Equations

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:SuccessfulcompletionofAlgebraII

APStatisticsisayear-longintroductorycourseinstatisticsdesignedforstudentswhohave successfullycompletedAlgebraII Studentsexploreandanalyzedatausinggraphicaland numericaltechniques Studentsalsouseprobabilityandstatisticalinferencestodevelop appropriatemodelsfordatacollected Studentsarerequiredtohaveagraphingcalculatorfromthe TI-84+series.Ifthereisaneed,calculatorscanbecheckedoutfromtheDistrict.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$102. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

Prerequisite:CompletionofAdvancedPlacementCalculusBC

ThiscoursecontinuesthestudyofdifferentialequationsintroducedintheAPCalculusBC curriculum.Thetopicscoveredinthefirstsemesterincludesolutiontechniquesforfirst,second, andhigherorderdifferentialequationsaswellasnumericalmethodsandthemethodofLaplace transformations Inthesecondsemesterseveralfurthertopicstypicalofasecondsemestercourse indifferentialequationswillbecovered Thesetopicsincludesolvingsystemsoflineardifferential equations,seriessolutionsfordifferentialequations,andanintroductiontopartialdifferential equationsthatincludesFourierseriessolutions

Note:Thiscourseisaweightedcourse(likeadvancedplacement)andwillcounttowards ValedictorianandSalutatorianrecognitions.

153010

College

Career-ReadyMath

Grade:12

2semesters-1credit

152560

LinearAlgebraand Calculus3

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:PassinggradeinAlgebra1,Geometry,andAlgebraII.

Thiselectivecourseprovidesareviewofcriticalconceptsfrommiddleschoolandhighschool mathematicstoensurereadinessforentry-level,credit-bearingmathematicscourseworkincollege Studentslearnthecontextbehindthemathematicalproceduresanddevelopanunderstandingof whenandhowtoconnectmathematicalformulasandmethodstoreal-worldsituations

Note:Thiscoursedoesnotcountasamathcredit.

Prerequisite:CompletionofAdvancedPlacementCalculusBC

Thefirstsemesterofthiscoursebuildsonpriorknowledgeofsystems,matrices,andvectorsand extendsthesetopicstodefinevectorspacesandinnerproductspaces Othertopicsincludethe studyoflineartransformations,eigenvalues,andeigenvectors Thesecondsemesterofthecourse extendstheideasofcalculusintroducedinAPCalculusBCinto3-dimensionalspace Topics includepartialdifferentiation,multipleintegration,andconcludeswiththeintroductionofGreen’s Theorem,thedivergencetheorem,andStokes’sTheorem.

Note:ThiscourseisaweightedcourselikeAdvancedPlacementandwillcounttowards ValedictorianandSalutatorianrecognitions

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Science Courses

Sciencecoursescenteraroundinquiryandproblem-solvingexperiencesthatencouragestudentstothinkcritically,inquirerationally andinterpretandanalyzecurrentscientificdevelopments,anddeepentheirunderstandingofkeyscienceconcepts Studentsutilize scienceandengineeringpracticestoaskquestions,defineproblems,developandusemodels,planandconductinvestigations,and analyzeandinterpretdata Inaddition,studentsusemathematicalandcomputationalthinkingtoconstructexplanationsanddesign solutions Studentsuseevidencetoevaluateandcommunicateinformationastheyengageinscientificarguments Allscience coursesatJenksHighSchoolarelaboratorysciencesandmeettherequirementsforOklahoma’sPromiseProgram.

Notes:

● 11thGradeScienceExam: AspartoftheOklahomaSchoolTestingProgram’srequirements,alljuniorstudentswillbe requiredtotakeascienceexammandatedbytheOklahomaStateDepartmentofEducation

● Requirements:Allstudentsarerequiredtotakeatleastonephysicalsciencecoursefromoneofthefollowing:a chemistrycourse(Chemistry,AdvancedChemistry,AdvancedPlacementChemistry),aphysicscourse(Physics,Advanced PlacementPhysics1,AdvancedPlacementPhysics2orAdvancedPlacementPhysicsC)ORPhysicalScienceinorderto graduate.EarthandSpaceSciencedoesnotfulfillthephysicalsciencesrequirement.

● Courselistings:Coursesarelistedbygradelevelandprogression.

Jenks High School Science Courses

JenksrecommendsthatALLstudentstakefouryearsofscience.Studentswhowishtotakemorethanonescience courseperyearmaystartaddinginextrasciencein10thgradewiththecurrentscienceteacherpermission.

9thGrade 10thGrade 11thand12thGrades

AdvancedPlacementBiology

AdvancedPlacementChemistry

AdvancedPlacementEnvironmentalScience

Biology

AdvancedBiology

PhysicalScience

● EnrollmentinAlgebraIor Geometryisrecommended

Chemistry,AdvancedChemistry,orPhysics

● EnrollmentinAlgebraIIorabove isrecommended.

AdvancedPlacementPhysics1

AdvancedPlacementPhysics2

AdvancedPlacementPhysicsC

EnvironmentalScience

EarthandSpaceScience

GeneralHumanAnatomy(semestercourse)

IntroductoryGenetics(semestercourse)

ForensicScienceandDataAnalysis

GeneticsandBiotechnology

Zoology

Science Course Progressions

Studentsshouldconsiderthesesciencecourseprogressionstosupporttheircollege/careerpathwayinterests

Pathway

Geneticsand Biotechnology

IntroductoryGenetics

GeneticsandBiotechnology

ForensicScienceandDataAnalysis

AdvancedPlacementBiology

9th Grade 10th GradeOptionstoConsider 11th and12th GradeOptionstoConsider
Biology or AdvancedBiology Chemistry or AdvancedChemistry
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Engineering and Physics

Biology or AdvancedBiology

PhysicalScience Physics

EngineeringIED(TulsaTechnologyCourse)

EngineeringPED(TulsaTechnologyCourse)

AdvancedPlacementPhysics1

AdvancedPlacementPhysics2

AdvancedPlacementPhysicsC

Science Course Progressions Continued

AdvancedPlacementBiology

Zoology

Pre-Medicine and Veterinary Science Biology or AdvancedBiology

Wildlife and Conservation Biology Biology or AdvancedBiology

361010

Biology

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

361050

Advanced Biology

Grade:9

2semesters-1credit

161060

Advanced

Placement

Biology

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

AdvancedChemistry Physics

PhysicalScience Chemistry Physics

163610

GeneticsandBiotechnology

HumanAnatomyandPhysiology

AdvancedPlacementChemistry

AdvancedPlacementPhysics1

AdvancedPlacementPhysics2 AdvancedPlacementPhysicsC

Zoology

EnvironmentalScience

EarthandSpaceScience

AdvancedPlacementBiology

AdvancedPlacementChemistry

AdvancedPlacementEnvironmentalScience

GeneticsandBiotechnology

Studentsexplorethefunctionofthecell,themolecularbasisofheredity,theprocessofbiological diversity,theinterdependenceoforganisms,theorganizationandinclusionofmatterandenergyinliving systems,thebehavioroforganisms,andthestructureandfunctionofthehumanbody Inthismicroto macrostudystudentsuseaninquiry-basedapproachtoaskquestions,developandusemodels,planand carryoutinvestigations,andanalyzeandinterpretdatatoconstruct,evaluateandcommunicate explanationsofthenaturalworld.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:GeneticsandBiotechnology,Pre-Medicineand VeterinaryScience,WildlifeandConservationBiology

Thiscourseemphasizesadeeper,morerigorousexplorationofbiologyconceptswithadditionallabsand requiredassignments.Studentsengageincriticalthinking,usinganinquiry-basedapproachtoask questions,developandusemodels,planandcarryoutinvestigations,andanalyzeandinterpretdatato construct,evaluateandcommunicateexplanationsofthenaturalworld Thiscourseisanexcellent foundationforAdvancedPlacementBiologyandotheradvancedsciencecourses

Note:CompletionofAlgebraIorGeometrywithagradeof“B”orbetterisrecommended.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:GeneticsandBiotechnology,Pre-Medicineand VeterinaryScience,WildlifeandConservationBiology

Prerequisite:BiologyandChemistry

AdvancedPlacementBiologyisanintroductorycollege-levelbiologycourse Studentscultivatetheir understandingofbiologythroughinquiry-basedinvestigationsastheyexplorethefollowingtopics: evolution,cellularprocesses,energyandcommunication,genetics,informationtransfer,ecology,and interactions.TheAdvancedPlacementBiologycourseisequivalenttoatwo-semestercollege introductorybiologycourseforbiologymajors Thiscourserequiresthat25percentoftheinstructional timewillbespentinhands-onlaboratorywork,withanemphasisoninquiry-basedinvestigationsthat providestudentswithopportunitiestoapplythesciencepractices

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollegecredit fromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyiftakingmorethan oneexam.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:GeneticsandBiotechnology,Pre-Medicineand VeterinaryScience,Wildlife/ConservationBiology

Prerequisite:AlgebraII

Thiscourseintroduceskeyconceptsinforensicscience,includingtheapplicationofscientificprocesses

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ForensicScience andData Analysis

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit toexaminecrimesceneevidence. Studentslearntocollectandanalyzetraceevidencesuchashair, fibers,andsoilsamples,aswellasfingerprinting,bloodspatterexamination,DNAanalysis,toxicology, handwritinganalysis,forensicanthropology,anddeterminingthecauseandtimeofdeath Emphasisis placedonlaboratoryactivitiestocollectdataforscientificandmathematicalanalysis ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:GeneticsandBiotechnology

161211

IntrotoHuman Anatomy&

Physiology

Grades:10,11,12

1semester–½credit

161330

Geneticsand Biotechnology

Grades:10,11,12

Prerequisite:BiologyorAdvancedBiology

Inthisfoundationalcourse,studentsexplorethestructuresandfunctionsofthehumanbodytodevelopa greaterunderstandingofthehumanbody,illnesses,andoverallphysicalwell-being.Hands-on experiences,aswellaslaboratoryexperiences,areemphasized.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:Pre-MedicineandVeterinaryScience

2semesters-1credit Thisupper-levelcourseisdesignedforstudentsinterestedinexploringcareersinthemedicalfieldor geneticsandbiotechnologyresearch.Inthiscourse,studentsexploreMendeliangenetics,genestructure andfunction,inheritancepatterns,geneticabnormalities,embryologicaldevelopment,biotechnology application,populationgenetics,andtheHumanGenomeProject

161311

Introductory Genetics

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

Note:BiologyandaPhysicalScienceCoursearerecommended.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:Pre-MedicineandVeterinaryScience,Geneticsand Biotechnology,Wildlife/ConservationBiology

Prerequisite:BiologyorAdvancedBiology

Inthiscollegepreparatorycoursestudentsexplorehowgenesareinheritedandpassedon.Topicsinclude humandevelopment,probability&Punnettsquares,DNAreplication,proteinsynthesis,chromosomes,how mutationsoccur,andwhattheireffectsare Inaddition,studentsstudyhumandiseasesanddisorders Students examinetheethicsofnewgenetictechnologiesandprocessesthroughdiscussion,labactivities,andcase studies.

Note:GeneticsismosthelpfuliftakenbeforeAdvancedPlacementBiologyorGeneticsandBiotechnology. ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:Pre-MedicineandVeterinaryScience,Geneticsand Biotechnology,WildlifeConservation,andBiotechnology.

161110

Zoology

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1

credit

163010 Environmental Science

Grades10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Inthiscollegepreparatorycourse,studentsuseanevolutionaryandecologicalperspectivetocompareanimalform andfunctionininvertebrateandvertebrateanimals.Majortopicsintheclassincludeclassification,evolutionand naturalselection,identificationofinvertebratephyla,andvertebrateclasses.Inaddition,studentscompareanimal formandfunctiontoshowevolutionarychangesthatleadtoanimaladaptationsindifferentecosystems.Thisisalab coursewithrequireddissections.

Note:ZoologyismosthelpfuliftakenbeforeAdvancedPlacementBiology,AnatomyandPhysiology,or OrnithologyI

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:Pre-MedicineandVeterinaryScience,Wildlife/ ConservationBiology

Inthiscourse,studentsexplorethenaturalfunctioningofecosystemsandanalysisoftheproblemsthatarise fromdisturbancesofenvironmentalprocesses Topicsincludenutritionalrelationships,endangeredspecies management,terrestrialandaquaticecosystemanalysis,populationgrowth,andtheeffectsofpollutantsonthe environment Studentsanalyzeallsidesofthefundamentalenvironmentalproblemsthataccompanyhuman populationgrowthandenvironmentalchange

Note:BiologyorAdvancedBiologyisrecommended.StudentswhohavepreviouslycompletedEnvironmental ScienceIorEnvironmentalScienceIIarenoteligibleforthiscourse.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:Wildlife/ConservationBiology

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163060

Advanced Placement Environmental Science

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Completionofabiologycourse,aphysicalsciencecourse,andatleastoneyearofalgebra duetothequantitativeanalysisrequiredinthecourse.

TheAdvancedPlacementEnvironmentalSciencecourseisdesignedtoengagestudentswiththescientific principles,concepts,andmethodologiesrequiredtounderstandtheinterrelationshipswithinthenaturalworld Thecourserequiresthatstudentsidentifyandanalyzenaturalandhuman-madeenvironmentalproblems, evaluatetherelativerisksassociatedwiththeseproblems,andexaminealternativesolutionsforresolvingor preventingthem Environmentalscienceisinterdisciplinary,embracingtopicsfromgeology,biology, environmentalstudies,environmentalscience,chemistry,andgeography.TheAdvancedPlacement EnvironmentalSciencecourseisdesignedtobetheequivalentofaone-semester,introductorycollegecourse inenvironmentalscience AlthoughtherearenospecificAdvancedPlacementEnvironmentalSciencelabsor fieldinvestigationsrequiredforthecourse,itisrequiredthatstudentshavetheopportunitytospenda minimumof25%ofinstructionaltimeengagedinhands-on,inquiry-basedlaboratoryand/orfieldwork investigations.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollegecredit fromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyiftakingmorethan oneexam.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:Wildlife/ConservationBiology

161230

AdvHuman Anatomyand Physiology

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

162010

PhysicalScience

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

162110

Chemistry

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

162150

Advanced Chemistry

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Inthiscourse,studentsinvestigatemajorbodysystemstodeepentheirunderstandingofthestructureand functionofthehumanbodyanditssystems Thiscourseincludesanin-depthdissectionofthecat,additional organdissections,andworkwithaZahourekManiken(a3-footskeleton)forsculptingvariousorgans/organ systems.Inexploringtheinterdependenceofthemajorbodysystems,studentsreadrigorousmaterialsboth insideandoutsidetheclassroom

Note:ChemistryorAdvancedChemistryisrecommended.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:Pre-MedicineandVeterinarySciencep

PhysicalSciencefocusesonintroductorychemistryandintroductoryphysicsconcepts.Inthiscourse,students exploretherelationshipbetweenmatterandenergybyinvestigatingforceandmotion,thestructureofatoms, thestructureandpropertiesofmatter,chemicalreactions,andtheinteractionsofenergyandmatter

Note:Studentswhohavepreviouslyearneda“C”orbetterinaphysicsorchemistrycoursemaynot enrollinthiscourse.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:EngineeringandPhysics

Inthisintroductorycourse,studentsexplorethestudyofmatteranditsreactionsthroughawidevarietyofchemistry topicsthatareapplicabletoeverydaylife.Studentsresearch,gather,interpret,andsharedatathroughavarietyof activelearningprojects.Topicspresentedforstudyinthiscourseincludechemicalandlaboratorysafety,kinetic moleculartheory,stoichiometry,solutions,atomicstructureandperiodicity,andchemicalbonding.

Note:ConcurrentenrollmentinAlgebraIIoraboveisrecommended.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:GeneticsandBiotechnology,Pre-Medicineand VeterinaryScience

ThiscourseisdesignedtopreparestudentsforsuccessinAdvancedPlacementChemistryand/orcollege chemistry Thiscourseemphasizesadeeper,morerigorousexplorationofchemistryconceptswithan emphasisoncriticalthinking Studentsexplorechemicalconceptsinchemicalandlabsafety,developmentof atomictheory,inorganicnomenclature,stoichiometry,periodictrendsandperiodicity,typesofchemical bonding,macrovs.microviewsusingparticlediagrams,electronicstructureoftheatom,chemistryofgasses, solutionschemistry/acidsandbases,thermochemistry,andnuclearchemistry

Note:ConcurrentenrollmentinAlgebraIIoraboveisrecommended.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:GeneticsandBiotechnology,Pre-Medicineand VeterinaryScience

162160

Advanced Placement Chemistry

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:ChemistryorAdvancedChemistryandAlgebraII

AdvancedPlacementChemistryprovidesstudentswithacollege-levelfoundationtosupportfutureadvanced courseworkinchemistry Studentscultivatetheirunderstandingofchemistrythroughinquiry-basedinvestigations,as theyexplorecontentsuchas:atomicstructure,intermolecularforcesandbonding,chemicalreactions,kinetics, thermodynamics,andequilibrium.TheAdvancedPlacementChemistrycourseisdesignedtobetheequivalentofthe generalchemistrycourseusuallytakenduringthefirstcollegeyear.Thiscourserequiresthat25percentof instructionaltimeengagesstudentsinlabinvestigations.Thisincludesaminimumof16hands-onlabs(atleastsix ofwhichareinquiry-based).Itisrecommendedthatstudentskeepalabnotebookthroughout. Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollegecredit

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162210

Physics

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

162260

Advanced Placement Physics1

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

fromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyiftakingmorethan oneexam.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:GeneticsandBiotechnology, Pre-MedicineandVeterinaryScience, Wildlife/ConservationBiology

Thisisacollegepreparatorycourseforstudentspursuingageneralsciencemajor Topicscoveredincludethestudy ofmatterandenergyandtheirinterrelationships,motion,forces,energy,momentum,waves,sound,light,color, electricity,magnetism,heat,andatomicandnuclearphysics.Aninclusivethemeforthiscourseistoutilizecommon senseandphysicsknowledgeinproblem-solvingcombinedwithgraphinganddataanalysis.

Note:RecommendedconcurrentenrollmentinAlgebraIIorabove.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:EngineeringandPhysics,Wildlife/ConservationBiology

Prerequisites:CompletionofAlgebraIIorAdvancedAlgebraII

Thiscourseisanalgebra-based,introductorycollege-levelphysicscourse.Studentscultivatetheirunderstandingof physicsthroughinquiry-basedinvestigationsastheyexplorethesetopics:kinematics,dynamics,circularmotionand gravitation,energy,momentum,simpleharmonicmotion,torqueandrotationalmotion.Thisisafull-yearcoursethat istheequivalentofafirst-semesterintroductorycollegecourseinalgebra-basedphysics.AlthoughthePhysicsI courseincludesthebasicuseoftrigonometricfunctions,thisunderstandingcanbegainedeitherintheconcurrent mathcourseorintheAdvancedPlacementPhysics1courseitself.Thiscourserequiresthattwenty-fivepercentof instructionaltimewillbespentinhands-onlaboratorywork,withanemphasisoninquiry-basedinvestigationsthat providestudentswithopportunitiestodemonstratethefoundationalphysicsprinciplesandapplythescience practices.Inquiry-basedlaboratoryexperiencesprovideopportunitiesforstudentstoengageinthesevenscience practicesastheydesignplansforexperiments,makepredictions,collectandanalyzedata,applymathematical routines,developexplanations,andcommunicateabouttheirwork.Collegesmayrequirestudentstopresenttheir laboratorymaterialsfromAdvancedPlacementsciencecoursesbeforegrantingcollegecreditforlaboratorywork,so studentsshouldbeencouragedtoretaintheirlaboratorynotebooks,reports,andothermaterials.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollegecredit fromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyiftakingmorethan oneexam.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:EngineeringandPhysics,Pre-Medicine/VeterinaryScience

162270

Advanced Placement Physics2

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisites:AdvancedPlacementPhysics1andenrollmentinorcompletionofPrecalculus/Trigonometryor AdvancedPlacementPrecalculus

Thiscourseisanalgebra-based,introductorycollege-levelphysicscourse.Studentscultivatetheir understandingofphysicsthroughinquiry-basedinvestigationsastheyexplorethesetopics:fluids, thermodynamics,electricalforce,field,andpotential,electriccircuits,magnetismandelectromagnetic induction,geometricandphysicaloptics,andquantum,atomic,andnuclearphysics Thisisafull-yearcourse thatistheequivalentofasecond-semesterintroductorycollegecourseinalgebra-basedphysics Thiscourse requiresthattwenty-fivepercentofinstructionaltimewillbespentinhands-onlaboratorywork,withan emphasisoninquiry-basedinvestigationsthatprovidestudentswithopportunitiestodemonstratefoundational physicsprinciplesandapplythesciencepractices Inquiry-basedlaboratoryexperiencesprovideopportunities forstudentstoengageinthesevensciencepracticesastheydesignplansforexperiments,makepredictions, collectandanalyzedata,applymathematicalroutines,developexplanations,andcommunicateabouttheir work.CollegesmayrequirestudentstopresenttheirlaboratorymaterialsfromAdvancedPlacementscience coursesbeforegrantingcollegecreditforlaboratorywork,sostudentsshouldbeencouragedtoretaintheir laboratorynotebooks,reports,andothermaterials

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollegecredit fromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyiftakingmorethan oneexam.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:EngineeringandPhysics,Pre-Medicine/VeterinaryScience 162280

Advanced Placement PhysicsC

Grades:11,12 2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:AdvancedPlacementPhysics1ANDcompletionoforenrollmentinanAdvancedPlacement Calculuscourse.

Thiscourseistheequivalentof2semestersofuniversity-level,calculus-basedphysicsclasses Onesemester focusesonmechanicsandtheothersemesterfocusesonelectricityandmagnetism Mechanicsaddresses kinematics;Newton’slawsofmotion,work,energy,andpower,systemsofparticlesandlinearmomentum, circularmotionandrotation,oscillation, andgravitation.Electricityandmagnetismexploreelectrostatics, conductors,capacitors,dielectrics,electriccircuits;magneticfields,andelectromagnetism.Calculus (introductorydifferentialandintegral)isusedthroughoutthecourse Bothsemestersincludeahands-on laboratorycomponentcomparabletoasemester-longintroductorycollege-levelphysicslaboratory Students shouldspendaminimumof25%ofinstructionaltimeengagedinhands-onlaboratorywork Studentsask

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163210

EarthandSpace

Science

Grades:10,11,12 2semesters-1 credit

questions,makeobservationsandpredictions,designexperiments,analyzedata,andconstructargumentsina collaborativesetting,wheretheydirectandmonitortheirprogress Eachstudentshouldcompletealab notebookorportfoliooflabreports.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollegecredit fromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyiftakingmorethan oneexam.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:EngineeringandPhysics

StudentsexaminetheEarth’sinteriortothefurthestreachesoftheUniverse Thiscourseincludesgeology, meteorology,andastronomyasstudentsexplorethehistoryofplanetEarthandtheformationofthesolar system,alongwiththeeffectsoflifeontheEarthovertime Topicsincludethecyclingofelements,interior andexteriorgeologicprocesses,platetectonics,meteorology,historyofthesolarsystem,thesun,stars,moons, andplanets Studentsvisittheplanetariumtolearnmanyofthemajorconstellationsthatsignaleachseason andhowtheyareusedfornavigation

Note:Biologyisrecommended.

ScienceCourseProgressionsCollege/CareerPathway:Wildlife/ConservationBiology

Social Studies Courses

Socialstudiesmaybedefinedwithonewordandthatwordispeople Peopleliveinaspecificplace–whichisgeography People liveduringaspecifictime–whichishistory Peopleearnalivingandexchangegoodsandservices–whichisconsumerism

Peopleliveamongvariousgroups–families,tribesandcommunities–whicharesociologyandpsychology Peopleorganize themselvesorareorganizedintopoliticalunitsofmanykinds–whichisgovernment Socialstudiescoursessupportstudents’ growingunderstandingofcitizenship,geography,theimpactofhistoricaleventsandeconomicdecisionmaking TheOklahoma SchoolTestingProgram(OSTP)requiresstudentstobeassessedinUnitedStatesHistoryduringtheirjunioryear.

Social Studies Course Progression

Sequence SuggestedCourse(s)

FreshmanYear

SophomoreYear

JuniorYear

OnesemesterofOklahomaHistoryorAdvancedOklahomaHistory OnesemesterofPersonalFinancialLiteracy(notaSocialStudiescourse,butlistedherebecauseofscheduling)

OneyearofWorldHistoryorAdvancedPlacementWorldHistory

OneyearofUnitedStatesHistoryorAdvancedPlacementUnitedStatesHistory

SeniorYear OnesemesterofGovernmentorAdvancedPlacementGovernment

SocialStudies Electives

371011 OklahomaHistory

Grade:9

1semester-½credit

AdvancedPlacementGovernmentandComparativePolitics,Sociology,Psychology, AdvancedPlacementPsychology,HolocaustStudies,EastAsiaStudies,WorldWarII, AdvancedPlacementHumanGeography,AdvancedPlacementArtHistory,Advanced PlacementEuropeanHistory,HistoryThroughFilm

Social Studies Courses

Thiscoursesurveysimportanthistorical,cultural,economic,andpoliticaleventsthathaveshaped ourstate.Studentswillpracticeskillsnecessaryforinquiry,research,analysis,and communicationthroughSocialStudiesstandards.Studentslearnaboutthestatefromitsdiscovery tomodernday,movementofNativeAmericansandothersintoOklahoma Studentsalsoexplore therichhistoryofOklahoma’spathtostatehoodandtheimpactthatthefoundersmadeonour pastandpresent Throughoutthiscourse,studentsanalyzeprimarysourcesandproducewritten workthatusesthosesources

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371051

AdvancedOklahoma

History

Grade:9

1semester-½credit

171210

UnitedStatesHistory

-1865toPresent

Grade:11

2semesters-1credit

171110

WorldHistory

Grade:10

2semesters-1credit

171311

Government Grades:10,11,12

1semester-1/2credit

171160

AdvancedPlacement

WorldHistory

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

171360

AdvancedPlacement

AmericanGovernment andPolitics;Advanced PlacementComparative Governmentand Politics

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

171260

AdvancedPlacement

UnitedStatesHistory

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Thiscourseisaccessibletostudentsatalllevels;however,studentsmustbeself-motivated, criticalthinkerswhoareorganizedandwillingtotacklerigorouswork Thissemester-longcourse ofOklahomaHistorybeginswithexploringprehistoricOklahomaandcontinuesthroughpresent day Asanadvancedcourse,studentsgainmoreextensivepracticewithprimarysourceanalysis, outsidereading,writtenworkusingprimarysources,andotherAdvancedPlacementcourseskills

ThiscoursebeginswiththestudyoftheeffectsoftheReconstructionEraamendmentsthen movesontotheeconomictransformationofAmerica,thegrowthofrailroads,andthe developmentofbigbusiness ItlooksattheUnitedStatesbecomingmoreinvolvedinglobal affairs,WorldWarI,theDepression,NewDeal,WorldWarII,theColdWar,KoreanConflict, VietnamConflict,theCivilRightsMovement,andtheriseofterrorismandeventstopresentday. Note:TheOklahomaSchoolTestingProgram(OSTP)requiresstudentstobeassessedinUnitedStatesHistory duringtheirjunioryear.

Thiscourseisageneralsurveyofthehistoryofmankind.Thefocusisonpolitical,social, economicandscientificchangesthathaveworkedtoshapetheworldoftoday.Thecourse includesabalanceofwesternandnon-westernculturesandalltimeperiodsinhistoryfrom prehistory,ancient,MiddleAges,tomoderntimes

Thiscoursemeetsatwofoldgoal:togivestudentsthefoundationsnecessarytobesuccessfulinany requiredcollegegovernmentcourseandtopreparestudentstoberesponsible,informedcitizens The coursecontentaddressestheConstitution,institutionsofgovernment,civilrights/libertiesandthe influenceofpoliticalparties/interestgroupsintheUnitedStates Italsotakesashortlookathowthe governmentoftheUnitedStatescompareswithothergovernmentsoftheworld

AdvancedPlacementWorldHistorydevelopsgreaterunderstandingoftheevolutionofglobal processesandcontacts,ininteractionwithdifferenttypesofhumansocieties.Thisunderstanding isadvancedthroughacombinationofselectivefactualknowledgeandappropriateanalytical skills Thecoursehighlightsthenatureofchangesininternationalframeworksandtheircauses andconsequences,aswellascomparisonsamongmajorsocieties

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollege creditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyif takingmorethanoneexam.

ThiscourseinvolvesboththestudyofgeneralconceptsusedtointerpretUnitedStatespolitics andtheanalysisofspecificcasestudies Itrequiresafamiliaritywiththevariousinstitutions, groups,beliefsandideasthatconstituteUnitedStatespolicyreality.Thiscoursealsoprovides studentswiththeconceptualtoolsnecessarytodevelopanunderstandingofsomeoftheworld’s diversepoliticalstructuresandpractices.Thecurriculumencompassesthestudyofbothspecific countriesandtheirgovernmentsandgeneralconceptsusedtointerpretthepoliticalrelationships andinstitutionsfoundinvirtuallyallnationalpolitics

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollege creditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyif takingmorethanoneexam.

Note:ThefirstsemesterofthisclasscountstowardtheSocialStudiesgraduationrequirement.

Prerequisite:Itisrecommendedthatstudentshavenogradelowerthana“B”inall previoushistoryandlanguageartsclasses.

AdvancedPlacementUnitedStatesHistoryprovidesstudentswiththeskillsandfactual knowledgenecessarytodealcriticallywithproblemsandmaterialsinAmericanhistory The programpreparesstudentsforintermediateandadvancedcollegecoursesbyhavingthem completeworkequivalenttothosemadebyfullyearintroductorycollegecourses Studentslearn toassesshistoricalmaterials-theirrelevancetoagiveninterpretiveprobe,theirreliability,and theirimportance-andtoweightheevidenceandtheirinterpretationspresentedinhistorical scholarship.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor

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collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

Social Studies Electives

Note:TheseclasseswillcountaselectivecreditonlyandwillnotbecreditedtowardSocialStudiesgraduationrequirements

372011

AncientCivilizations

Grade:9

1semester-½credit

172021

Introductionto Muscogee(Creek)

CultureandHeritage

Grade:9,10,11,12

1semester–½credit

372061

AfricanAmerican Studies

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester–½credit

172051

EastAsianStudies

Grades:11,12

1semester–1/2credit

172111

WorldWarII

Grades:11,12

1semester-½credit

172131

Sociology

Grades:11,12

1semester -½ credit

172171

HistoryThroughFilm

Grades:11,12

Prerequisite:Itisrecommendedthatstudentshavenogradelowerthana“B”inall previoushistoryandlanguageartsclasses.

Thiscoursefocusesonhowancientcivilizationsformed,howbeliefsystemsandnew technologiesimpactculturesdifferently,howtheconstantstrugglebetweentheindividualand societyisbalanced,andhowunderstandingthepastinformsmakingdecisionsaboutmodernand futureevents Studentsengageinauthenticinquirytoacquire,refine,andshareknowledge throughtheuseofprimaryandsecondarysources.Thiscoursecangreatlybenefitstudentswho wishtotakeAdvancedPlacementWorldHistoryassophomores.

ThiscourseintroducesthecomplexityanddiversityoftheMuscogee(Creek)Nation Students useprimaryandsecondarysourcestoexplorethehistoricalandcontemporaryeventsandissues oftheMuscogee(Creek)people,cultureandheritage.

Tomorefullyunderstandthesocial,political,andeconomicdynamicsofUnitedStates society, studentsexploreracerelationsinthecontextofhistoricalandculturalphenomenathatpreceded today’sreality.Studentsexplorethechallenges,obstacles,stepsforequality,andbiasesAfrican AmericanshavefacedfromoriginatingsocietiesinAfrica,throughtheMiddlePassage,totheCivil RightsMovement,andbeyond Thecourseincorporatesavarietyofinstructionalstrategiesincluding assignedreading,discussions,presentations,andtheanalysisofprimaryandsecondarysources The classfocusesonissuesofsocialjustice,oppressionvsresistance,andlegalandconstitutionalissues thathaveshapedthehistoricalandculturalexperiencesofAfricanAmericansintheUnitedStates.

ThiscourseprovidesanoverviewofEastAsianhistorywithaparticularfocusonthecultural, historicalandeconomicimpactofChina,JapanandKorea Studentscompleteprojectsandmake presentationstoexpandtheirknowledgeofthecontributionseachofthesesocietieshasmade ParticularattentionispaidtothefoundationsofEasternculturethroughcomparisonsbetweenthe EastandtheWest Studentswillalsoreviewanumberoffilmstoreinforcethesecomparisonsand studentsleavethecoursewithabroaderunderstandingandknowledgeoftheworldatlarge.

ThiscourseisdesignedforthosestudentswithanavidinterestinthehistoricalperiodofWorld WarII Studentsstudythecausesandeventsleadingtowar,militarystrategies,lifeonthe home-front,andtheeffectsofthewaronindividualsandvariouscountries Studentsreadmultiple sourcesthatfacilitateadeeperunderstandingandamorecompletepictureofthepeople,events, andculturethatsurroundthistimeperiod Studentsalsoreceivefirst-handaccountsfromthose

Sociologyexplainspeople’sreactionsandresponsestotheirenvironmentasexpressedthrough theirsocialrelationships Studentsinvestigatecrime,juveniledelinquency,minoritygroups, prejudice,aging,marriage,andcomparativeculturesthroughclassdiscussion,reports,projects, directedreadings,experimentsandpersonalreactionstoissuesfacingtheindividualasamember ofagroup

Thisclassexploresworldhistorysincethediscoveryofthe"NewWorld"throughtheuseof films Filmswillbeusedinconjunctionwithprimarysourcedocuments(speeches,newspaper articles,interviews,etc)andsecondarysourcedocuments(books,songs,etc) Students,through

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1semester-½credit theuseofwritings,discussions,andanalysisofprimarysourcedocuments,lookattheinfluence andimpactoffilmanditsdepictionofhistoricalevents Thisclasspromotesanddevelopsoral, writtenandanalyticalskills,Theseskillswillprovenecessaryforstudentstobeactive, responsiblecitizens

172191

HolocaustStudies

Grades:11,12

1semester-½credit

172211

Psychology

Grades:11,12

1semester-½credit

172320

AdvancedPlacement

HumanGeography

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

172520

AdvancedPlacement

ArtHistory

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

172420

AdvancedPlacement

EuropeanHistory

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Thegoalofthiscourseistoinspireapresentgenerationofyouthtohelpbuildaworldinwhich genocideshallnothappenagain.Thisisdonethroughanin-depthstudyofthedevelopmentsin EuropebetweenWorldWarIandWorldWarIIthatledtotheriseoftheThirdReichandHitler’s “FinalSolution”StudentsalsorelatetheHolocausttocontinuingevidenceof“Man’sInhumanity toMan”withrespecttocontemporarysituationsintheworldtoday Thisclassisintendedasan electiveforthosestudentswhohavealreadyhadUnitedStatesandWorldHistoryandwhohavea specialinterestinHolocaustStudies.Therewillbefieldtrips,whenappropriate,aswellasguest speakers.

Thiscourseintroducesstudentstothemanyaspectsofpsychology Thecourseusesascientific approachandutilizesthemostcurrentresearchavailabletosupportthetheoriesdiscussed The courseaddressesthefivemodernperspectivesofpsychologyandhoweachperspectiveseeksto explainbehavior Otherareasaddressedincludehealthanddevelopmentalandabnormalstudies Studentswriteresearchpapersandgiveoralpresentations.Studentsareexpectedtoreadand prepareforallclassmeetings,keepacomprehensivenotebookandtakepartindiscussions.This courseisrecommendedforcollege-boundstudents

Thiscourseintroducesstudentstothesystematicstudyofpatternsandprocessesthathaveshaped humanunderstandingandtheuseandalterationofEarth’ssurface Studentsemployspatial conceptsandlandscapeanalysistoanalyzehumansocialorganizationanditsenvironmental consequences.Theyalsolearnaboutthemethodsandtoolsgeographersuseintheirscienceand practice ThisAdvancedPlacementcourseoffersanexaminationinhumangeographytoqualify studentswhowishtocompletestudiesinsecondaryschoolequivalenttoanintroductorycollege courseinhumangeography

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

Inthiscourse,studentsexaminemajorformsofartisticexpressionfromancient tomodernand fromavarietyofcultures Studentswillacquirethetoolsenablingthemtobeconversantabout anypieceofarttheyencounter,masteringhowtoapproachaworkofart,thevocabularyand analyticalmethodswithwhichtodiscussit,andtheknowledgeofhowitfitsintothegeneral sweepofarthistoricalperiodsandstyles.Pleasenote:thenatureofthecourserequiresstudentsto viewnudeimages.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

This course counts as a Fine Arts Credit

APEuropeanHistoryisacollege-levelcoursethatisstructuredaroundtheinvestigationofseven coursethemesfromtheRenaissancetothepresentday Duringtheyear,studentsexamineprimary sources(documentarymaterial,pictorialandgraphicmaterials,maps,politicalcartoons,statistical tables,andworksofart) Inaddition,studentsencounterinterpretationsofEuropeanhistoryfrom theperspectivesofavarietyofdifferentwritersandhistorians Thegoalsofthecourseareto develop(1)anunderstandingoftheprincipalthemesinmodernEuropeanhistory,(2)anabilityto analyzehistoricalevidence,and(3)anabilitytoanalyzeandtoexpresshistoricalunderstanding inwriting.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

Note:ThiscourseusesacollegetextanddoesnotreplacetheWorldHistorygraduation

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172220

AdvancedPlacement

Psychology

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

requirement.

Prerequisite:Itisrecommendedthatstudentshavenogradelowerthana“B”inall previoushistoryandlanguageartsclasses.

Thiscourseintroducesstudentstothesystematicandscientificstudyofthebehaviorandmental processesofhumanbeingsandotheranimals.Studentsareexposedtothepsychologicalfacts, principles,andphenomenaassociatedwitheachofthemajor subfieldswhichpsychologistsuse intheirscienceandpractice TheaimofanAdvancedPlacementcourseistoprovidethestudent withalearningexperienceequivalenttothatobtainedinmostcollegeintroductorycourses Studentsareexpectedtoreadmaterialsoutsideofclassandwritefreeresponse/essayquestions weekly

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

Financial Literacy

Studentsarerequiredtoenrollinthefinancialliteracycoursebeforeorduringtheirfreshmanyearunlessthestandardsaremetin someotherway.

Note:StudentsmaychoosetomeetthefinancialliteracygraduationrequirementsbyenrollingintheTulsaTeachersCreditUnion (TTCU)course,FoolProof.Successfulcompletionofthiscoursewillmeetthegraduationrequirementforfinancialliteracy,butit willnotresultincoursecreditonthestudenttranscript Studentswhochoosetomeetthefinancialliteracygraduationrequirements viaTTCU’sFoolProoforZogomustcompletetheonlinecoursenosoonerthanthesummerfollowingtheir8th-gradeyear 310011

FinancialLiteracy

Grade:9,10,11,12 1semester-½credit

Thiscoursedevelopsstudentawarenessofthefinancialprocessestheymustnavigatethroughout lifetobuildconfidenceinskillstheywillneedtomakeresponsiblefinancialdecisions.Topics includethe14objectivesforthePASSPORTtoFinancialLiteracycreditforhighschool graduation:incometaxes,financialservices,checkbook/saving/investing,retirementplanning, lending,creditcarddebt,identitytheft,homebuying,insurance,charitablegiving,andthe financialimpactofgamblingandbankruptcy

English Language Development Program

Anextensionofthelanguageartsdepartment,EnglishlanguagedevelopmentcoursesaredesignedforEnglishLearners(ELs)who areatanemerging,developing,orexpandinglevelofEnglishproficiency.Englishlanguageskillsincludingreading,writing, oral language, and vocabulary development areemphasized.

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14001X

NewcomerLanguageArts forEnglishLearners

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

14011X

IntermediateLanguage ArtsforEnglishLearners

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

14012X

IntermediateLanguage ArtsLabforEnglish Learners

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

14002X

NewcomerLanguageArts

LabforEnglishLearners

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

34021X

English9forEnglish LanguageLearners

Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

34022X

English9Lab

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughdiagnostictestingandELDteacherplacement.

StudentsmustbeenrolledintheNewcomerLanguageArtslabclassaswell Theyare taughtinblockformattogether

ThiscourseisdesignedforEnglishlearnerswhoareatanenteringoremerginglevelof Englishproficiency(Levels1and2)andprovidesbeginningEnglishlanguageinstruction. ThecoursedevelopsthelanguagemodalitiesofnewcomerELsthroughavarietyof instructionalmethods.Oralcommunication,grammar,vocabulary,readingandwriting developmentareemphasized

Note:LanguageArtscorecreditwillbegivenaftersuccessfulcompletionofthecourse.

Prerequisite:Placementthroughdiagnostictestingandteacherplacement.

StudentsmustbeenrolledintheIntermediateLanguageArtslabclassaswell.Theyare taughtinblockformattogether.

ThiscourseisdesignedforEnglishlearnerswhoareatadevelopinglevel(Level3)of EnglishproficiencyandprovidesintermediateEnglishlanguageinstruction.Studentsread andrespondtovariousformsofliterature.Thecurriculumincludesthestudyofthe following:novels,poetry,drama,andshortstories.Grammarandcompositionarestudied throughwritingassignmentsthatrangefromresearchpaperstoessayresponses MLA documentationisalsoapartofthewritingprocess,andvocabularydevelopmentis incorporatedintoallareasofthecurriculum Oralcommunication,grammar,vocabulary, readingandwritingareemphasized

Note:LanguageArtscorecreditwillbegivenaftersuccessfulcompletionofthecourse.

Prerequisite:Placementthroughdiagnostictestingandteacherplacement

ThiscourseisintendedforanystudentenrolledinIntermediateLanguageArtsforELs CoursecontentsupportsandremediatestheIntermediateLanguageArtsCurriculum Note:Thisclasscountsaselectivecreditonlyandwillnotbecreditedtowardthe Englishgraduationrequirements.

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughdiagnostictestingandELDteacherplacement. ThiscourseisintendedforanystudentenrolledinNewcomerLanguageArtsforELs CoursecontentsupportsandremediatestheNewcomerLanguageArtsCurriculum Note:Thisclasscountsaselectivecreditonlyandwillnotbecreditedtowardthe Englishgraduationrequirements.

Prerequisite:Placementthroughdiagnostictestingandteacherplacement. StudentsmustbeenrolledintheEnglish9labclassaswell.Theyaretaughtinblockformat together.

ThiscourseisdesignedforEnglishlearnerswhoareatanexpandinglevel(Level4)of Englishlanguageproficiency Studentsreadandrespondtovariousgenresofliterature, ideaspresented,andmethodsauthorsuse Studentsalsowriteparagraphsandshortessays togain masteryofgrammarandusage,spelling,vocabulary,punctuationand capitalization.MLAformatforresearchisemphasized.

Note:English9corecreditisawardedforsuccessfulcompletionofthecourse.

Prerequisite:Placementthroughdiagnostictestingandteacherplacement. ThiscourseisintendedforanystudentenrolledinEnglish9forELs.Coursecontent supportsandremediatestheEnglish9curriculum.

Note:Thisclasscountsaselectivecreditonlyandwillnotbecreditedtowardthe Englishgraduationrequirements.

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14051X

AdvancedLanguageArts forEnglishLearners

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

15000X

NewcomerMathfor EnglishLearners

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

16001X

NewcomerSciencefor EnglishLearners

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters–1credit

17131X

NewcomerGovernmentand WorldGeographyfor EnglishLearners

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:Placementthroughdiagnostictestingandteacherplacement. ThiscourseisdesignedforstudentsatanemergingordevelopinglevelofEnglish proficiency(Levels2and3) ThecourseservesasabridgetoupperlevelEnglishforELs classesallowingstrugglingstudentstoreceivehighqualitylanguageartsinstruction throughthestudyofrelevantandpracticaltopics Readingandwritingareemphasizedas studentsexploretopicsthatdiscussimportantlifeskills.Oralcommunication,literature, andvocabularydevelopmentisincorporatedintoallareasofthecurriculum.

Note:LanguageArtscorecreditwillbegivenaftersuccessfulcompletionofthe course.

Prerequisite:Placementthroughdiagnostictestingandteacherplacement. ThiscourseisintendedtohelpthoseEnglishlearnerswhoarenewtotheUnitedStates quicklygaintheskillsandpracticesnecessarytobesuccessfulinatraditional mathematicscourse.Thecoursestudyemphasizesbasicmathskills(integers,fractions, decimalsandpercentages)aswellaspre-algebraconceptssothatthestudentisprepared forAlgebra1thefollowingschoolyear

Note:Thisclasscountsaselectivecreditonlyandwillnotbecreditedtowardthe Englishgraduationrequirements.

Prerequisite:Placementthroughdiagnostictestingandteacherplacement. ThiscourseisdesignedforEnglishlearnerswhoareatanenteringandemerginglevel (Levels1and2)ofEnglishlanguageproficiency Studentslearnbasicscientific terminologythroughageneralsciencecurriculumthatincludesexposuretolifesciences, earthsciencesandphysicalsciences Oralcommunication,scientificmethodology, readingandwritingareemphasized.

Note:Coresciencecreditgivenaftersuccessfulcompletionofthecourse.

Prerequisite:Placementthroughdiagnostictestingandteacherplacement. ThiscourseisdesignedforEnglishlearnerswhoareatanenteringoremerginglevelof Englishlanguageproficiency(Levels1and2) Studentslearnbasicconceptsof citizenshipandgovernmentintheUnitedStates.Thecourseemphasizesbasicvocabulary, concepts,responsibilities,andidealsofcommunitythroughreading,writing,listening, andspeaking.

Note:½corecreditforGovernmentgivenaftersuccessfulcompletionofthiscourse.

Special Education Courses

Thecurriculumforallspecialeducationcoreclassesiscloselyalignedwiththeregulareducationcurriculumbutadaptedtomeet individualneeds StudentsmayenrollintheseclassesonlyaftertestingandplacementthroughtheSpecialEducationDepartment andparentalconsentmustbeobtained Parentswhoareinterestedinpursuingspecialeducationservicesshouldcontactthe Counseling/GuidanceOffice

Note:Generalsurveycourseswillbeadaptedtofitindividualneeds

Alternative Diploma

HouseBill1041amended70O.S.§11-103.6tocreateanewgraduationpathwayforthe1%ofstudentswiththemost significantcognitivedisabilitieswhoaretaughttoalternateacademicachievementstandards,andparticipateinthe OklahomaAlternateAssessmentProgram(OAAP).

AlternateDiplomaPath-SpecialEducation

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ConceptsEnglish

2semesters-1credit

EssentialsEnglish

2semesters-1credit

English9

Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

English10

English11

English12

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Special Education English

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Modifiedcurriculum,individualizedforeachstudent.Emphasisisondevelopmentoffunctional languageartsskills Thiscoursefollowsthestatealternateassessmentstandardsandwillbeassessed throughStatedeterminedassessments

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

ThesecoursesteachtheLanguageArtsskillsofreading,writing,andvocabularydevelopment throughvocationalsimulationactivities.

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Inthiscourse,studentsreadandrespondtovariousgenresofliterature,whilefocusingon fundamentalreading,writtenexpression,vocabulary,andgrammarskills Studentsworkongoals fromtheirIndividualizedEducationPlans.

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Theselanguageartscoursesemphasizefundamentalreading,writtenexpression,spelling, vocabulary,andgrammarskills Readingcomprehensionisstressedthroughthestudyofliterature Allstudentsworkattheirownpaceonindividualizedassignments

Special Education Mathematics

ConceptsMath

2semesters-1credit

EssentialsMath

2semesters-1credit

MathI: Pre-Algebra

Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

MathIII:Algebra

“A”

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Modifiedcurriculumindividualizedforeachstudent.Emphasisisondevelopmentoffunctionalmath skills ThiscoursefollowsthestatealternateassessmentstandardsandwillbeassessedthroughState determinedassessments

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thesecoursesfocusondevelopmentofemployabilityskillswithemphasison:numbersense,money management,personalfinances,basicalgebraicconcepts,basicgeometryconcepts,and measurement

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Inthiscourse,studentsfocusonacquiring,developing,anddemonstratingcompetenceinrational numbers,properties,factoring,graphingandmeasuresofcentraltendency,exponents,expressions, equations,andbasicgeometry.Studentsactivelyworktodevelopconceptsandsolveproblems individuallyandingroupsusingmanipulatives,computers,andcalculators.

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseisintendedforthosestudentswhoarenotpreparedforthefasterpaceofaone-year Algebracourse.InAlgebraAstudentsacquire,develop,anddemonstratecompetenceinoperations withintegers,solvingequations,interpretingmeasuresofcentraltendency,simplifyingand rationalizingsquareroots,andexpressingandgraphinglinearequations.Conceptsinthiscourse willaddresscontenttypicallycoveredinthefirstsemesterofatraditionalfullyearAlgebraI course MathIV:AlgebraBoratraditionalAlgebraIcoursemustfollowthiscourse

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MathIV:Algebra “B”

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

MathV:Geometry

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

MathVI: ConsumerMath

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

MathVII:Algebra II

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

FinancialLiteracy Concepts

1semester-½credit

FinancialLiteracy Essentials

1semester-½credit

FinancialLiteracy

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseisintendedforthosestudentswhoarenotpreparedforthefaster paceoftheone-year Algebracourse InAlgebraBstudentsacquire,develop,anddemonstratecompetenceinevaluating expressionsandinequalities,solvinglinearequationswithmultiplesteps,simplifyingpolynomials andsquareroots,solvingquadraticequations,andperformingbasictransformations Conceptsin thiscoursewilladdresscontenttypicallycoveredinthesecondsemesterofatraditionalfullyear AlgebraIcourse.StudentswillberequiredtotaketheAlgebraIAchievingClassroomExcellence (ACE)testattheconclusionofthiscourse

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseisdesignedforstudentstoacquire,develop,anddemonstratecompetencein identifying,drawing,andconstructingtwo-andthree-dimensionalshapes,calculatingarea, measuringangles,constructingscalemodels,graphingonacoordinateplane,applyingthe PythagoreanTheorem,andapplyingtranslationsofgeometricfigures StudentswilluseAlgebraI conceptsthroughoutthiscourse

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseisdesignedforstudentstoacquirecompetenceinskillsneededtoseekemployment, calculateearnings,managebanking,investing,andcredit,developbudgets,planamenu,andmake decisionsaboutowningacar,rentingand/orbuyingahome,planningfortravel Studentswillgain theseskillsbyusingrealworldapplications withcomputers,manipulatives,andcalculatorsto developtheseconcepts

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseisdesignedforstudentstoacquire,develop,anddemonstratecompetenceinthestudy offunctions,systemsofequations,polynomials,conics,radicals,inequalities,logarithms, sequences,seriesandrationalexpressions Studentswillexplorerealworldproblemsandapply criticalthinkingskillstosolvethoseproblems Studentswilluseagraphingcalculatorextensively andarerequiredtohaveaTIcalculatorfromthe83or84series

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Inthiscourse,studentslearnhowtomakedecisionsabouttheresponsibleuseofmoney Students explorebudgeting,makinggoodspendingdecisions,usingcreditcarefully,payingtaxes,andbuying insurance Inaddition,studentsdiscusscareersandjobskillsthatwillbeinfuturedemand

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Inthiscourse,studentslearnhowtomakedecisionsabouttheresponsibleuseofmoneyfocusingon budgeting,makinggoodspendingdecisions,usingcreditcarefully,payingtaxes,andbuying insurance Inaddition,studentsexplorecareersandjobskillsthatwillbeinfuturedemand

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Studentswilllearnthebasicskillsandknowledgeneededtoeffectivelymanagetheirpersonal finances Topicsincludethe14objectivesforthePassporttoFinancialLiteracycreditforhighschool graduation:incometaxes,financialservices,checkbooks/savings/investing,retirementplanning, lending,creditcarddebt,identifytheft,homebuying,insurance,charitablegiving,thefinancial impactofgamblingandbankruptcy StudentswillbeusingExceltosolveproblemsandwillhave accesstotheinternetforresearch.Studentsmustdemonstratea70%successrateineachofthe14 standardstoachievestategraduationrequirements.

Special Education Science

ConceptsScience

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Amodifiedcurriculum,individualizedforeachstudent Emphasisisonlifeskillsforeverydayliving

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BiologyConcepts

Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

EssentialsScience

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Inthiscourse,studentsinvestigatethecontent,concepts,andprinciplesofmajorthemesinbiological sciencesandhowtheyrelatetoeverydaylifeskills StudentsworkongoalsfromtheirIndividualized EducationPlans Thiscoursefollowsthestateacademicassessmentstandardsandstudentsare assessedviatheportfolioassessmentprocess

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Studentswillexploreavarietyofscientificconceptswithemphasisonsafety,lifeskillsandhealth Thesemodifiedcoursesaredesignedtoallowstudentstoworkongoalsfromtheirindividualized EducationPlansandfulfillthesciencerequirementsforgraduation.

BiologyEssentials

Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

Biology

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

EarthandSpace

Science

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Inthiscourse,studentsinvestigatethecontent,concepts,andprinciplesofmajorthemesinbiological sciencesandhowtheyrelatetoeverydaylifeskills.Thiscoursefollowsthestateacademicstandards andwillbeassessedviathestateend-of-instructiontests.

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Biologyisthestudyoflivingthings.Studentswillstudythescientificmethod,thecharacteristicsof life,cellstructureandfunction,andthelifekingdoms.Thiscourseisdesignedforstudentswhohave notyetcompletedthebiologycreditrequiredforgraduation

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Earthscienceisthestudyofearth,changesonearth,itshistoryanditsplaceintheuniverse.Inthis course,wewilllearnaboutthebranchesofearthscienceincludingaspectsofgeology,oceanography, andmeteorology Spacesciencewillintroducethefieldofastronomy,andwewillstudythesolar system,includingtheplanets,starsandothercelestialbodies Topicsinclude,butarenotlimitedto, starformation,starpatterns,spacemissionsandprobes,theplanetsofoursolarsystemand interstellarspace.

Zoology

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

PhysicalScience

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

IntrotoHuman Anatomyand Physiology

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Zoologyisthestudyofanimals Studentswillsurveytheanimalkingdomemphasizingstructure, behavior,andthedistributionofanimalsaroundtheworld

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

PhysicalScienceisfocusedprimarilyonchemistryandphysicsconcepts Approximatelyhalfthe schoolyearwillbespentinvestigatingchemistryconceptsandtheotherhalfwillbespent investigatingphysicsconcepts.

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscoursehasbeendesignedtoteacheachstudentbasicbodysystems;skeletal,muscular, circulatory,respiratory,digestive,excretory,fivesenses,nervous,endocrine,andreproductive. Studentswillfocusonlearningthemajorstructuresineachsystem.Nodissecting.

Special Education Social Studies

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ConceptsSocial Studies

2semesters-1credit

OklahomaHistory Concepts Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

EssentialsSocial Studies

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Amodifiedcurriculum,individualizedforeachstudent Emphasisisonprocessskillsinsocial studies

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Inthiscourse,studentsstudyOklahomahistoryandgeography,withanemphasisonthestudent’s communityandgeneralgovernmentconcepts.StudentsworkongoalsfromtheirIndividualized EducationPlans Thiscoursefollowsthestateacademicassessmentstandards

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseisageneralsurveyofthehistoryofmankind.Thefocusisonpolitical,social,economic andscientificchangesthathaveworkedtoshapetheworldinwhichwelivetoday.Abalanceof westernandnon-westernculturesissoughtaswellasanattempttocoveralltimeperiodsinhistory fromprehistory,ancient,middleages,tomoderntimes

OklahomaHistory Essentials

Grades:9

1semester-½credit

WorldHistory

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

UnitedStates

History

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Government

Grade:12

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

TopicscoveredinthiscourseincludeasemesterofOklahomaHistoryandgeography,andasemester oftheessentialconceptsofourfinancialliteracy.Inthiscourse,studentslearnaboutOklahoma Historyandgeographyaswellasessentialconceptsoffinancialliteracy.Studentsworkongoals fromtheirIndividualizedEducationPlans

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseisageneralsurveyofthehistoryofmankind Thefocusisonpolitical,social, economic,andscientificchangesthathaveworkedtoshapetheworldinwhichwelivetoday

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseisageneralsurveyofthehistoryofmankind.Thefocusisonpolitical,social, economic,andscientificchangesthathaveworkedtoshapetheworldinwhichwelivetoday

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseisdesignedtomeetatwofoldgoal:togivestudentsthefoundationsnecessarytobe successfulinanyrequiredcollegegovernmentcourseandtoprepareourstudentstoberesponsible, informedcitizens ItcoverstheConstitution,institutionsofgovernment,civilrights/libertiesandthe influenceofpoliticalparties/interestgroupsintheUnitedStates Wealsotakeashortlookathow ourgovernmentcomparestoothergovernmentsoftheworld.

OklahomaHistory

Grades:9

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Inthiscourse,studentsexploreOklahomahistory,geography,andcitizenship Studentsworkon goalsfromtheirIndividualizedEducationPlans Thiscoursefollowsthestatemodifiedcurriculum standards

Special Education Electives

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Computer Essentials

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

CareerExploration

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

LifeSkills

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

SchoolWorkStudy

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

AdaptivePhysical Education

Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

StudySkills

Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

Site-BasedVocational Training

Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

WorkAdjustment

Grades:11,12

1or2semesters-½credit each

CommunityWork Training

Grade:12

2semesters-3credits

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

StudentswilllearntheskillsandknowledgetoreachtheirlevelofproficiencywiththeGoogle DocsSuiteoftools Throughhands-oncurriculum,studentswillcompleteclassandpersonal projectsusingGoogleDrive,Docs,Slides,Sheets,Forms,andDrawings Applyingtheseskillsto otherOfficetypeapplicationswillalsobecovered

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseenablesstudentstoexplorevariouscareers,whilelearninglifeskillsforemployability. Studentswillbegivenguidanceinidentifyingfuturetransitionalgoalsineducation,employment, andlife Studentswillbeprovidedjob-samplingopportunitiesintheCareerExplorationLab These opportunitiesincludeassessments,explorationofcareers,anddevelopmentofwork-based behaviorsneededinacompetitiveworkenvironment

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscoursefocusesontheskillsthatbenefitstudentsthroughouttheirlivesincludingsocial awareness,socialcommunication,self-management,collaboration,socialrelationships,goalsetting, decision-makingandproblemsolvinginthecommunityandreal-worldsettings.

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartmentwithadministrativeapproval

Thiscoursefocusesonskillsobtainedwhenastudentisassignedajobplacementwithinthedistrict.

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thisclassisdesignedtoteachskillsandsportsnecessaryforahealthylifestyle Studentsenrolledin thiscoursereceiveindividualhelptheyneedtoattaintheseskills Studentsenrolledinthiscourseare encouragedtojointheJenksSpecialOlympicsteam

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseisdesignedtoprovidestudyskillsstrategiesforthespecialeducationstudentswhoare enrolledingeneraleducationclasses.Thecoursehouralsoprovidestimeforstructuredstudyand assistancefromthespecialeducationteacher.

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseprovidesjob-samplingopportunitiesonsite Studentsaretaughtappropriateskillsto functionasindependentlyaspossibleintheworkplace

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartmentandDepartmentof RehabilitativeServices

Thiscourseenablesstudentstoexplorevariouscareers,whilelearninglifeskillsforemployability Studentswillbegivenguidanceinidentifyingfuturetransitionalgoalsineducation,employment, andlife Studentswillbeprovidedjob-samplingopportunitiesintheCareerExplorationLabandin theCommunity Theseexperiencesincludeassessments,explorationofcareers,anddevelopment ofwork-basedbehaviorsneededinacompetitiveworkenvironment.

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughtheSpecialEducationDepartmentandDepartmentof RehabilitativeServices,mustbeasenior.

Thiscourseenablesstudentstoexplorevariouscareers,whilelearninglifeskillsforemployability Studentswillbegivenguidanceinidentifyingfuturetransitionalgoalsineducation,employment, andlife.Studentswillbeprovidedjob-samplingopportunitiesataCommunityagencyorinthe JenksCommunitywhichincludesassessments,explorationofcareersanddevelopmentof work-basedbehaviorsneededinacompetitiveworkenvironment

Note:1st-3rdhoursor4th-6thhours

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Grades:10,11,12

1or2semesters-½credit

each

Prerequisite:PlacementthroughSpecialEducationDepartment

Thiscourseisforstudentsthathaveajoboffcampus.Theymustworkaminimumof10to12 hoursperweek,provideTransitionCoordinatoracopyoftheirpaystubandfilloutaworkcredit reporteverypayperiod Thestudentmustcompletemonthlytransitionassessmentsanda1-time workcontract

Virtual Courses

Studentswillselectallin-personcoursesunlessapprovedforfull-timevirtual,TulsaTech,professionalstudiesinternships,orto meetgraduationrequirements.Studentsinterestedintakingvirtualcoursesforanyotherreasonmustfileanadministrative appealwiththeircounselorBEFOREtheendoftheSpringSemester.Virtualcourseswillbeassignedbasedonclasssizesand courseavailability.SchedulechangeswillfollowtheJHSapprovedprocessthroughastudent’scounselorandprincipal.

VirtualcoursesatJenksHighSchoolareahybridoftheregularclassroomenvironmentandanonlineenvironment Underteacher supervision,eitherin-personoronline,studentsuseeducationalsoftwaretocompleteassignmentsthatmaybesupplementedbyin-class instructionandoutsidecoursework Virtualinstructorsmayusebothsynchronousandasynchronousteachingandlearningexperiencesto provideacademicsupportaswellasinteractionsbetweeninstructorsandclassmatestomaximizeconnectionswithJenksHighSchool staff,students,andcontent

Tobesuccessfulinvirtualcoursework,itisrequiredthatstudentshaveInternetaccessfromhomeorelsewhere.Studentsshouldalso understandthattakingvirtualcoursesreinforcesimportantlifeskillssuchastimemanagementandconsistencyofeffort Ifstudentsare notmakingsufficientprogresstowardtimelyclasscompletion,theymaybetransitionedbacktoatraditionalclassroom.Virtual studentswillberesponsibleforallrulesandregulationssetoutinthestudenthandbookincludingthoseregardingplagiarismandacademic honesty Studentsenrolledinavirtualclasswillhaveassessmentsproctoredbyastaffmemberduringtheschooldaywhichwill requirestudentpresenceintheVirtualCenterortheindividualinstructor’sclassroom.Duringvirtualclassperiods,freshmenvirtual studentsareallowedoncampusbyappointmentonly,andtransportationtoandfromschooloutsideoftheusualbusroutesisnotprovided

Actualcourseofferingswillbedeterminedbythenumberofstudentsrequestingaparticularcourse.Notallcourseswillbeavailable duringallclassperiods.Ifacoursedoesnotreceivesufficientenrollmenttojustifyafull-timeinstructor,itwillnotbeavailable.

EnglishLanguage

Arts9

Grades:9

2semesters–1credit

Virtual English Courses

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform. Thiscourseengagesstudentsinliteraryanalysisandinferentialevaluationofgreattextsbothclassicandcontemporary Whilecriticallyreadingfiction,poetry,drama,andliterarynonfiction,studentsmastercomprehensionand literary-analysisstrategies.Interwoveninthelessonsacrosstwosemestersareactivitiesthatencouragestudentsto strengthentheirorallanguageskillsandproduceclear,coherentwriting Studentsreadarangeofclassictextsincluding Homer’s The Odyssey,Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, andRichardConnell’s“TheMostDangerousGame”They alsostudyshortbutcomplextexts,includinginfluentialspeechesbyDr MartinLutherKingJr,FranklinD Roosevelt, andRonaldReagan.ContemporarytextsbyRichardPreston,JuliaAlvarez,andMayaAngelouroundoutthecourse.

EnglishLanguage

Arts10

Grades:10

2semesters-1credit

EnglishLanguage

Arts11

Grades:11

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Focusedonapplication,thiscoursereinforcesliteraryanalysisandtwenty-firstcenturyskillswithsuperbpiecesof literatureandliterarynonfiction,applicatione-resources,andeducationalinteractives.Eachthematicunitfocuseson specificliteraryanalysisskillsandallowsstudentstoapplythemtoarangeofgenresandtextstructures Astheseunits meldmodelingandapplication,theyalsoexpandontraininginmedialiteracy,twentyfirstcenturycareerskills,andthe essentialsofgrammarandvocabulary UndertheguidanceoftheeWritingsoftware,studentsalsocomposedescriptive, persuasive,expository,literaryanalysis,research,narrative,andcompare-contrastessays.

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

ThiscourseinvitesstudentstodelveintoAmericanliteraturefromearlyAmericanIndianvoicesthroughcontemporary works.Studentsengageinliteraryanalysisandinferentialevaluationofgreattextsasthecenterpiecesofthiscourse. Whilecriticallyreadingfiction,poetry,drama,andexpositorynonfiction,studentsmastercomprehensionandliterary analysisstrategies Interwoveninthelessonsacrosstwosemestersaretasksthatencouragestudentstostrengthentheir orallanguageskillsandproducecreative,coherentwriting Studentsreadarangeofshortbutcomplextexts,including worksbyRalphWaldoEmerson,EmilyDickinson,HermanMelville,NathanielHawthorne,PaulLaurenceDunbar, MartinLutherKing,Jr,F ScottFitzgerald,SandraCisneros,AmyTan,andDaveEggers

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EnglishLanguage Arts12

Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

ThiscourseoffersfascinatinginsightintoBritishliterarytraditionsspanningfromAnglo-Saxonwritingtothemodern period Withinteractiveintroductionsandhistoricalcontexts,thiscourseconnectsphilosophical,political,religious, ethical,andsocialinfluencesofeachtimeperiodtotheworksofmanynotableauthors,includingChaucer,William Shakespeare,QueenElizabethI,ElizabethBarrettBrowning,andVirginiaWoolf Addinganextradimensiontothe Britishliteraryexperience,thiscoursealsoexposesstudentstoworldliterature,includingworksfromIndia,Europe, China,andSpain.

Virtual Mathematics Courses

AlgebraI

Grades:9,10

2semesters–1credit

Geometry

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters–1credit

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Thiscoursefocusesonfivecriticalareas:relationshipsbetweenquantitiesandreasoningwithequations,linearand exponentialrelationships,descriptivestatistics,expressionsandequations,andquadraticfunctionsandmodeling.This coursedeepensstudents’understandingoflinearandexponentialfunctionsanddevelopingfluencyinwritingandsolving one-variableequationsandinequalities Studentsinterpret,analyze,compare,andcontrastfunctionsthatarerepresented numerically,tabularly,graphically,andalgebraically Quantitativereasoningisacommonthreadthroughoutthecourseas studentsusealgebratorepresentquantitiesandtherelationshipsamongthosequantitiesinavarietyofways.Standardsof mathematicalpracticeandprocessareembeddedthroughoutthecourse,asstudentsmakesenseofproblemsituations, solvenovelproblems,reasonabstractly,andthinkcritically

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Thiscoursefocusesonreasoningandmakingmathematicalarguments Mathematicalreasoningisintroducedwitha studyoftrianglecongruence,includingexposuretoformalproofsandgeometricconstructions Thenstudentsextend whattheyhavelearnedtootheressentialtriangleconcepts,includingsimilarity,right-triangletrigonometry,andthelaws ofsinesandcosines.Movingontoothershapes,studentsjustifyandderivevariousformulasforcircumference, area, andvolume,aswellascross-sectionsofsolidsandrotationsoftwo-dimensionalobjects Studentsthenmakeimportant connectionsbetweengeometryandalgebra,includingspecialtriangles,slopesofparallelandperpendicularlines,and parabolasinthecoordinateplane,beforedelvingintoanin-depthinvestigationofthegeometryofcircles Thecourse closeswithastudyofsettheoryandprobability,asstudentsapplytheoreticalandexperimentalprobabilitytomake decisionsinformedbydataanalysis

AlgebraII

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters–1credit

Biology

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters–1credit

Environmental Science

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

PhysicalScience

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Thiscoursefocusesonfunctions,polynomials,periodicphenomena,andcollectingandanalyzingdata.Thecourse beginswithareviewoflinearandquadraticfunctionstosolidifyafoundationforlearningthesenewfunctions Students makeconnectionsbetweenverbal,numeric,algebraic,andgraphicalrepresentationsoffunctionsandapplythis knowledgeastheycreateequationsandinequalitiesthatcanbeusedtomodelandsolvemathematicalandreal-world problems.Asstudentsrefineandexpandtheiralgebraicskills,theydrawanalogiesamongtheoperationsandfield propertiesofrealnumbersandthoseofcomplexnumbersandalgebraicexpressions Mathematicalpracticesandhabitsof mindareembeddedthroughoutthecourse,asstudentssolvenovelproblems,reasonabstractly,andthinkcritically

Virtual Science Courses

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Thiscourseengagesstudentsinthestudyoflifeandlivingorganismsandexaminesbiologyandbiochemistryinthereal world Thecourseencompassestraditionalconceptsinbiologyandencouragesexplorationofnewdiscoveriesinthis fieldofscience Thecomponentsincludebio-chemistry,cellbiology,cellprocesses,heredityandreproduction,the evolutionoflife,taxonomy,humanbodysystems,andecology.Thiscourseincludesbothhands-onwetlabsandvirtual laboptions

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Recommended:BiologyorAdvancedBiology

Environmentalscienceofferscompellinglessonsthatcovermanyaspectsofthefield:ecology,thebiosphere,land, forestsandsoil,water,energyandresources,andsocietiesandpolicy Throughuniqueactivitiesandmaterial,highschool studentsconnectscientifictheoryandconceptstocurrent,real-worlddilemmas,providingthemwithopportunitiesfor masteryineachofthesegmentsthroughoutthecourse.

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Thiscoursefocusesonbasicconceptsinchemistryandphysicsandencouragesexplorationofnewdiscoveriesinthe fieldofphysicalscience.Thecourseincludesanoverviewofscientificprinciplesandproceduresandhasstudents examinethechemicalbuildingblocksofourphysicalworldandthecompositionofmatter Additionally,studentsexplore thepropertiesthataffectmotion,forces,andenergyonEarth Buildingontheseconcepts,thecoursecoverstheproperties ofelectricityandmagnetismandtheeffectsofthesephenomena Asstudentsrefineandexpandtheirunderstandingof

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Government

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

physicalscience,theywillapplytheirknowledgetocompleteinteractivevirtuallabsthatrequirethemtoaskquestions andcreatehypotheses

Note:ThiscourseisnotrecommendedforstudentswhoareontheCollegePreparatoryPlan.Studentson theCollegePreparatoryPlanshouldtakeChemistry6213,AdvancedChemistry6223,orPhysics6263.

Virtual Social Studies Courses

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform. Thissemester-longcourseprovidesstudentswithapracticalunderstandingoftheprinciplesandproceduresof government ThecoursebeginsbyestablishingtheoriginsandfoundingprinciplesofAmericangovernment Aftera rigorousreviewoftheConstitutionanditsamendments,studentsinvestigatethedevelopmentandextensionofcivil rightsandliberties LessonsalsointroduceinfluentialSupremeCourtdecisionstodemonstratetheimpactandimportance ofconstitutionalrights.Thecoursebuildsonthisfoundationbyguidingstudentsthroughthefunctionofgovernment todayandtheroleofcitizensinthecivicprocessandculminatesinanexaminationofpublicpolicyandtherolesof citizensandorganizationsinpromotingpolicychanges Throughoutthecourse,studentsexamineprimaryandsecondary sources,includingpoliticalcartoons,essays,andjudicialopinions Studentsalsosharpentheirwritingskillsinshorter tasksandassignmentsandpracticeoutlininganddraftingskillsbywritingfullinformativeandargumentativeessays.

OklahomaHistory

Grades:9

1semester–½credit

UnitedStates

History

Grades:11

2semesters-1credit

WorldHistory

Grades:10

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform. Thiscourseisasurveyoftheimportanthistorical,cultural,economic,andpoliticaleventsthathaveworked togetherinshapingourstate.Students learnaboutthestatefromitsdiscoverytomodernday

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform. ThiscourseexaminesthemajoreventsandturningpointsofUnitedStateshistory.Thecourseleadsstudentstowarda clearerunderstandingofthepatterns,processes,andpeoplethathaveshapedUnitedStateshistory Asstudentsprogress througheacheraofmodernUnitedStateshistory,theystudytheimpactofdynamicleadershipandeconomicand politicalchangeonthecountry’srisetoglobalprominence Studentsalsoexaminetheinfluenceofsocialandpolitical movementsonsocietalchangeandtheimportanceofmodernculturalandpoliticaldevelopments.Recurringthemeslead studentstodrawconnectionsbetweenthepastandthepresent,betweencultures,andamongmultipleperspectives

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Thiscourseexaminesthemajoreventsandturningpointsofworldhistory.Studentsinvestigatethefoundationalideas thatshapedthemodernworldintheMiddleEast,Africa,Europe,Asia,andtheAmericas,andthenexploretheeconomic, political,andsocialrevolutionsthathavetransformedhumanhistory Thisrigorousstudyofmodernhistoryexamines recurringthemes,suchassocialhistory,democraticgovernment,andtherelationshipbetweenhistoryandthearts, allowingstudentstodrawconnectionsbetweenthepastandthepresent,acrosscultures,andamongmultiple perspectives Studentsuseavarietyofprimaryandsecondarysources,includinglegaldocuments,essays,historical writings,andpoliticalcartoonstoevaluatethereliabilityofhistoricalevidenceandtodrawconclusionsabouthistorical events Studentsalsosharpentheirwritingskillsinshortertasksandassignments,andpracticeoutlininganddrafting skillsbywritingfullinformativeandargumentativeessays.

Virtual Financial Literacy

FinancialLiteracy

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester–½credit

Spanish1

Grades:9,10,11

2semesters–1credit

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform. Inthiscourse,studentslearnthebasicskillsandknowledgeneededtoeffectivelymanagetheirpersonalfinances.Topics includethe14objectivesforthePassporttoFinancialLiteracycreditforhighschoolgraduation:incometaxes,financial services,checkbooks/saving/investing,retirementplanning,lending,creditcarddebt,identitytheft,homebuying, insurance,charitablegiving,thefinancialimpactofgamblingandbankruptcy Studentsmustdemonstratea70%success rateineachofthe14standardstoachievestategraduationrequirements

Virtual World Language

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform. StudentsbegintheirintroductiontoSpanishwithfundamentalbuildingblocksinfourkeyareas:listening comprehension,speaking,reading,andwriting.Eachunitconsistsofanongoingadventurestory,anewvocabulary themeandgrammarconcept,numerousinteractivegamesreinforcingvocabularyandgrammar,readingandlistening comprehensionactivities,speakingandwritingactivities,andmultimediaculturalpresentationscoveringmajor Spanish-speakingareasinEuropeandtheAmericas

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Spanish2

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters–1credit

Economics

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform. StudentscontinuetheirintroductiontoSpanishwithfundamentalbuildingblocksinfourkeyareas:listening comprehension,speaking,reading,andwriting Eachunitconsistsofanongoingadventurestory,anewvocabulary themeandgrammarconcept,numerousinteractivegamesreinforcingvocabularyandgrammar,readingandlistening comprehensionactivities,speakingandwritingactivities,andmultimediaculturalpresentationscoveringmajor Spanish-speakingareasinEuropeandtheAmericas

Virtual Electives

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Thiscourseinvitesstudentstobroadentheirunderstandingofhoweconomicconceptsapplytotheireveryday lives includingmicroeconomicandmacroeconomictheoryandthecharacteristicsofmixed-marketeconomies,therole ofgovernmentinafree-enterprisesystemandtheglobaleconomy,andpersonalfinancestrategies.Throughoutthe course,studentsapplycritical-thinkingskillswhilemakingpracticaleconomicchoices Studentsalsomasterliteracy skillsthroughrigorousreadingandwritingactivities Studentsanalyzedatadisplaysandwriteroutinelyandresponsively intasksandassignmentsthatarebasedonscenarios,texts,activities,andexamples Inmoreextensive,process-based writinglessons,studentswritefull-lengthessaysininformativeandargumentativeformats.

Psychology Grades:11,12

1semester-½credit

Sociology

Grades:11,12

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform. Thisintroduceshighschoolstudentstothestudyofpsychologyandhelpsthemexplorefundamentalconceptsin research,theory,andhumanbehavior.Studentsanalyzehumangrowth,learning,personality,andbehaviorfromthe perspectiveofmajortheorieswithinpsychology,includingthebiological,psychosocial,andcognitiveperspectives From apsychologicalpointofview,studentsinvestigatethenatureofbeinghumanastheybuildacomprehensive understandingoftraditionalpsychologicalconceptsandcontemporaryperspectivesinthefield

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform. Providinginsightintothehumandynamicsofourdiversesociety,thiscoursedelvesintothefundamentalconceptsof sociology Thisinteractivecourse,designedforhighschoolstudents,coversculturaldiversityandconformity,basic structuresofsociety,individualsandsocialization,stagesofhumandevelopmentastheyrelatetosociology,deviance fromsocialnorms,socialstratification,racialandethnicinteractions,genderroles,familystructure,theeconomicand politicalaspectsofsociology,thesociologyofpublicinstitutions,andcollectivehumanbehavior,bothhistoricallyandin moderntimes

Computer ApplicationsI

Computer ApplicationsII

Grades:10,11,12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

Introductionto Art

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters–1credit

Strategiesfor AcademicSuccess

Grades:9

1semester–½credit

OnlineLearning andDigital Citizenship

Grades:9

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Thiscourseintroducesstudentstothefeaturesandfunctionalityofthemostwidelyusedproductivitysoftwarein theworld:Microsoft®Office®.Throughvideoinstruction,interactiveskilldemonstrations,andnumerous hands-onpracticeassignments,studentslearntodevelop,editandshareOffice2016documentsforbothpersonal andprofessionaluse.Bytheendofthiscourse,studentswillhavedevelopedbasicproficiencyinthemost commontoolsandfeaturesoftheMicrosoftOfficesuiteofapplications:Word®,Excel®,PowerPoint®,and Outlook®.

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Coveringartappreciationandthebeginningofarthistory,thiscourseencouragesstudentstogainanunderstandingand appreciationofartintheireverydaylives Presentedinanengagingformat,thiscourseprovidesanoverviewofmany introductorythemes:thedefinitionofart,theculturalpurposeofart,visualelementsofart,terminologyandprinciplesof design,andtwo-andthree-dimensionalmediaandtechniques Tracingthehistoryofart,studentsalsoexplorethe followingtimeperiodsandplaces:prehistoricart,artinancientcivilizations,andworldartbefore1400

Note:Thiscoursecountstowardthefineartsgraduationrequirement

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform. Offeringacomprehensiveanalysisofdifferenttypesofmotivation,studyhabits,andlearningstyles,thiscourse encouragesstudentstotakecontroloftheirlearningbyexploringvaryingstrategiesforsuccess Providingengaging lessonsthatwillhelpstudentsidentifywhatworksbestforthemindividually,thiscourseaddressesstudyskills(strategies fortakinghigh-qualitynotes,memorizationtechniques,test-takingstrategies,benefitsofvisualaids,andreading techniques)

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform. Thiscourseprovidesacomprehensiveintroductiontoonlinelearning,includinghowtoworkindependently,staysafe, anddevelopeffectivestudyhabitsinvirtuallearningenvironments Featuringdirect-instructionvideos,interactivetasks, authenticprojects,andrigorousassessments,thecourseprovidesin-depthinstructionandpracticeinimportantstudy skillssuchastimemanagement,effectivenote-taking,testpreparation,andcollaboratingeffectivelyonline.Bytheendof thecourse,studentswillunderstandwhatittakestobesuccessfulonlinelearnersandresponsibledigitalcitizens

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1semester–½credit

LifetimeFitness Grades:9

1semester–½credit

Contemporary Health Grades:9

1semester–½credit

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Thiscourseexploresfitnesstopics: safeexerciseandinjuryprevention,nutritionandweightmanagement,consumer productevaluation,andstressmanagement,andequipsstudentswiththeskillstheyneedtoachievelifetimefitness Throughoutthecourse,studentsassessindividualfitnesslevelsaccordingtothefivecomponentsofphysicalfitness: cardiovascularhealth,muscularstrength,muscularendurance,flexibility,andbodycomposition Personalfitness assessmentsencouragestudentstodesignfitnessprogramstomeettheirindividualfitnessgoals

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Thiscourseexaminesandanalyzesvarioushealthtopics: physicalfitness,healthyrelationships,diseaseprevention, alcoholuse,druguse,andrelationshipsandmentalhealthinthecontextoftheimportanceofcreatingahealthy lifestyle Throughoutthecourse,studentsexaminepracticesandplanstheycanimplementinordertocarryouta healthylifestyle,andtheconsequencestheycanfaceiftheydonotfollowsafepractices Inaddition,studentsconduct in-depthstudiesinordertocreatementallyandemotionallyhealthyrelationshipswithpeersandfamily,aswellas nutrition,sleeping,andphysicalfitnessplans Studentsalsoexamineandanalyzeharassmentandbullyinglaws This coursealsoaddressesissuesofsexandgenderidentity,same-sexrelationships,contraception,andothersensitivetopics Foramoreconservativeapproachtohealtheducation,theHealthyLivingcourseisalsoavailableintheHealthand PhysicalEducationBundle.

Introductionto Communications andSpeech Grades:9

1or2semesters-½crediteach

Prerequisite:CompletionoftheVirtualOrientationandrequestform.

Beginningwithanintroductionthatbuildsstudentunderstandingoftheelements,principles,andcharacteristicsofhuman communication,thiscourseoffersfascinatinginsightintoverbalandnonverbalmessagesandculturalandgender differencesintheareasoflisteningandresponding Studentsenrolledintheone-semestercourseengageinlecturesand interactiveactivities,exploringthemesofself-awarenessandperceptionincommunication Thecourseconcludeswith unitsoninformativeandpersuasivespeeches,andstudentsaregiventheopportunitytocritiqueandanalyzespeeches Note:Thiscoursecountstowardthefineartsgraduationrequirement.

Aviation

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Theaviationprogram,inconjunctionwiththeAOPA(AircraftOwnersandPilotsAssociation)offerscourseworkdesignedto preparestudentsforpost-secondaryeducationprogramsandindustrycareers.

Aviation Technology 335800

Grade:9

2semesters-1year

Thiscourseisthefirstinaprogramfocusingonthebeginningofdroneandaviationbasics

Fine Arts

Art

TheartprogramatJenksPublicSchoolsprovidesstudentswiththeopportunitytoexploreanddevelopskillsinalargevarietyof mediaandtodevelopanappreciationfortheartofothertimesandculturesaswellastheirown

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FoundationsofVisual

Art

Grades:9

1semester-½credit

Studentslearntothinkcreatively, solvedesignproblems,andseeandappreciatetheirenvironment

Thiscoursewillhelpbuildessentialskillsandknowledgepriortotakinganentrylevelcoursein Painting,Drawing,orCeramics Astudentwhotakesthiscoursewillbeabletodetermineaninterest forfuturecourseselections Students shouldbewellpreparedforanentrylevelcourseaftertaking FoundationsofVisualArtbecausetheywillgettheopportunitytodabbleinmanyformsofartusinga varietyofmaterials

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Fee:SupplyFeeof$20tobepaidbythe3rdweekofclass

120111

DrawingI

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

120211

CeramicsI

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

120311

PaintingI

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

Thiscourseemphasizesthebasicsofdesignandcomposition.Studentsstudytheelementsofart andprinciplesofdesign,practicevarioustechniqueswithshading,cross-hatching,stippling,and discoverdifferentdrawingstyles Studentslearntouseseveraldrawingmediumsincluding graphite,charcoal,andpenandink Thecourseisdesignedasafundamentalbuildingblockofall artisticendeavors Studentswriteabouttheartmakingprocessanddiscussworksofartduring critiquesastheygrowtheirunderstandingofartconceptsandskills Fee:Supplyfeeof$20tobepaidbythethirdweekofclass

Thiscourseemphasizestheelementsofartandprinciplesofdesignandtheirapplicationto3D artwork.Thecourseestablishesafirmfoundationinthehistoryofceramics,hand-building techniques,andcreativesurfacedecoratingandglazingtechniques(materialsandmethods)asthey developtheirartisticvocabulary Studentswriteabouttheartmakingprocessanddiscussworksof artduringcritiquesastheygrowtheirunderstandingofartconceptsandskills Fee:Supplyfeeof$20tobepaidbythethirdweekofclass

Prerequisite:JenksMiddleSchoolAdvancedArtifenrollingasa9thgrader;DrawingIif enrollingasa10th,11th,or12thgrader

Thiscourseestablishesafirmfoundationinpaintingtechniquesusingdifferentmediumsincluding acrylicandwatercolor Studentsexploreartelements,principlesofdesignandcolortheory,learning howtoapplythoseconceptsintheirpaintings Studentslearnaboutimportantmovementsinart historyandwriteabouttheartmakingprocessanddiscussworksofartduringcritiquesastheygrow theirunderstandingofartconceptsandskills Fee:Supplyfeeof$20tobepaidbythethirdweekofclass

120121

DrawingII

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

120221

CeramicsII

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:DrawingI

ThiscourseexpandsconceptsfromDrawingI.Studentslearnandapplybasiccolortheory,studyart history,anddiscovertechniquesfornewmediawhichincludecolorpencil,oilpastel,andchalk pastel Basicprintmakingtechniquesareintroduced Studentsparticipateinclassandself-critiques, reflect andwriteabouttheartmakingprocessanddiscussworksofartduringcritiquesastheygrow theirunderstandingofartconceptsandskills

Fee:Supplyfeeof$20tobepaidbythethirdweekofclass

Prerequisite:CeramicsI

Thiscourseadvanceshand-buildingtechniqueslearnedinCeramicsIandintroducesbeginning wheeltechniques Studentsstudytheelementsofartandprinciplesofdesign,applyingthemto3D artwork Studentsexploreavarietyofsurfaceapplicationsanddevelopagreaterappreciationfor theimpactofsurfacedecoration Studentsexpandtheirknowledgeofformanddesignincreatinga varietyofsculpturalprojectsandcontinuethedevelopmentofvisualartfromahistorical perspective Studentsparticipateinclassandself-critiques,reflectandwriteabouttheartmaking processanddiscussworksofartduringcritiquesastheygrowtheirunderstandingofartconcepts andskills.

Fee:Supplyfeeof$20tobepaidbythethirdweekofclass

120321

PaintingII

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite: PaintingI

Thiscourseexpandsthebasicsofpaintingdesignandcompositioninotherartisticmediumsat moreadvancedlevels Studentsstudymajorperiodsandkeyfiguresinthehistoryofartand continuegrowthwithcolortheoryconceptsandapplicationofelementsofartandprinciplesof design.Usingtheirownartisticstyle,studentsarerequiredtocompleteandpresentafinal portfoliowhichincludesanartiststatement.Studentsparticipateinclassandself-critiques,reflect andwriteabouttheartmakingprocessanddiscussworksofartduringcritiquesastheygrowtheir

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understandingofartconceptsandskills.

Fee:Supplyfeeof$20tobepaidbythethirdweekofclass 120420

AdvancedPlacement

2-DArtandDesign

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:DrawingIIorPaintingII

APStudioArtisahighlycompetitivecoursethatpreparesstudentstosubmita15-pieceindividuallydriven portfoliothatrepresentsproficiencyinconcept,composition,andexecutionofartisticexpressionthrough2D methods,applications,andconcepts forcritiquebytheCollegeBoard. Mediumsincludegraphicdesign, photography,collage,andprintmaking,fashionillustrationandothers.Thiscourseprovidestheadvanced studenttheopportunitytogrowinasettingwithambitiouspeersandtoproduceworkstowardasophisticated portfolioforthecollege/artschoolapplicationprocess.StudentswhosubmitportfoliosforreviewbyThe CollegeBoardmustpayafeeofapproximately$101forthisreviewandmayreceivecollegecredit.

Fee:Supplyfeeof$30tobepaidbythethirdweekofclass 120410

AdvancedPlacement

Drawing

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

120520

AdvancedPlacement 3-DArt&Design

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:DrawingIIorPaintingII

APStudioArtisahighlycompetitivecoursethatpreparesstudentstosubmita15-piece individuallydrivenportfoliothatrepresentsproficiencyinconcept,composition,andexecutionof artisticexpressionthroughdrawingand"mark-making"techniquesforcritiquebytheCollege Board.Mediumsincludegraphite,paint,charcoal,digitaldrawing,andpenandink.Thiscourse providestheadvancedstudenttheopportunitytogrowinasettingwithambitiouspeersandto produceworkstowardasophisticatedportfolioforthecollege/artschoolapplicationprocess StudentswhosubmitportfoliosforreviewbyTheCollegeBoardmustpayafeeofapproximately $101forthisreviewandmayreceivecollegecredit

Fee:Supplyfeeof$30tobepaidbythethirdweekofclass

Prerequisite:CeramicsII

APStudioArtisahighlycompetitivecoursethatpreparesstudentstosubmita15-piece individuallydrivenportfoliothatrepresentsproficiencyinconcept,composition,andexecutionof artisticexpressionthroughceramicsandsculpture Thiscoursewillfocuson3Delementsand principlesofartanddesign MediumsincludeFigurativeornonfigurativesculpture,architectural models,wire,ceramics,glasswork,installation, assemblage,3-Dfabric/fiberartsandmore This courseprovidestheadvancedstudenttheopportunitytogrowinasettingwithambitiouspeersand toproduceworkstowardasophisticatedportfolioforthecollege/artschoolapplicationprocess StudentswhosubmitportfoliosforreviewbyTheCollegeBoardmustpayafeeofapproximately $101forthisreviewandmayreceivecollegecredit.

Fee:Supplyfeeof$30tobepaidbythethirdweekofclass

Dance

Dancecourseprovidesengaginganddynamicprogrammingthatoffersacomprehensiveexplorationofvariousdancestyles, providingasolidfoundationforbothnewenthusiastsandthoselookingtorefreshtheirskills

126111

Fundamentalsof

DanceI

Grades:9,10,11,12

1Semester-½credit

Thiscoursewillallowstudentstogainanunderstandingofcultural,historical,andartisticdiversity fromaglobalperspectiveaswestudyandlearndancestylesandgenresthroughouttimeandaroundthe world

Drama

Thetheatreseriesofcoursesprovidestheatricaltraininggearedtowardactingandproducinglivetheater Throughparticipationin theextracurricularactivitiesprovidedbytheTheatreDepartment,studentsearnmembershipintheInternationalThespianSociety

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121010

Introductionto Acting/Theatre

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

121110

ActingStylesand Directing

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Thiscourseprovidesnumerousopportunitiesforperformanceforaudiences Thisisabeginningacting coursefocusingonconcentration,relaxation,energy,objectives,characterization,playanalysis,stage movement,vocalproduction,improvisation,andactortools:body,voice,andimagination.Students developgroupcommunication,problem-solving,andcriticalthinkingskillsbyrehearsingand performingtheatricalpieces Studentsareencouragedtoauditionfordepartmentaltheatreproductions Classrequirementsincludeperformancesofdifferentmemorizedpiecesandattendanceatspecificschool productions

Prerequisite:Drama2223and/orreading

Duringthefirstsemester,thisintermediatecourseinactingstressesactingstylesthroughout theaterhistory.Studentswillstudyandperformscenesfrommajorstylesinhistory.Thefinal examisaperformancebeforeanaudience Duringthesecondsemester,thiscoursefocuseson elementsofplaydirection,addressingsuchtopicsastheroleofdirector,scriptanalysis,set design,blocking,characteranalysis,andrehearsalschedules Duringthesemester,eachstudent directsascenetobeperformedfortheclass

Note:Thisclassmaybetakenmorethanonceforcredit.

121210

AdvancedActing

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

121310

TrojanPlayers Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:ActingStylesandDirecting(2233)and/orreading

Thisclassisanadvancedactingcoursefocusingoncharacterdevelopment,scriptanalysis, scoring,andtechnique Secondsemesterfocusesonadvancedscenedirecting

Note:Thisclassmaybetakenmorethanonceforcredit.

Prerequisite:Auditionwiththeteacher

Thiscourseisanadvanced acting course concentrating on theatrical ethics and leadership, ensembleactingskills,developmentofactortools,andcollegeauditionpreparation Course activitiesfocusonexercisestodevelopperformanceandanalysisskills,rehearsalandperformance oftouringandone-actproductions,andmonologuechoicepreparationandperformance Student participationinavarietyofdramaactivitiesisrequired

Fee:Productionfeeof$35

Note:Thisclassmaybetakenmorethanonceforcredit.

121510

BeginningStagecraft

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters–1credit

121550

AdvancedStagecraft

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

121610

StageMake-upand Costuming

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

121711

Introductionto TheatricalDesign

Grades:11,12

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:JenksMiddleSchoolIntroductiontoStagecraft#0449iftakenasa9thgrader

Thiscourseintroducestechniquesinthepracticaluseoftools,materials,andequipmentforcreating stagesettings.Labisrequiredintheformofbeingapartofonemajorrunningcrewfortwo-three weeksofafter-schoolandeveningparticipationas wellasattendingworkcallswhennecessary. Twenty-five(25)cumulativeworkhourspersemesterareREQUIRED.

Note:Thisclassmaybetakenmorethanonceforcredit.

Prerequisite:BeginningStagecraftandAcceptedApplication

Thiscourseisanin-depthstudyofadvancedstagecrafttechniquesusedcurrentlyintheater.Labis requiredintheformofworkcallsandrunningcrewsandafterschoolrehearsalsandperformances. Twenty-five(25)cumulativeworkhourspersemesterareREQUIRED

Note:Thisclassmaybetakenmorethanonceforcredit.

Varioustechniquesofstagemake-uparepracticed:straight,middle,oldage,fantasy,scars, wounds,andlatex.HistoryofcostumesisstudiedfromtheGreekstothepresent.Crewworkisa necessarypartofthisclass,asstudents dothemakeupfordistrictplays.Attendanceismandatory fortheentirerunoftheassignedproduction Twenty(20)cumulativeworkhourspersemesterare REQUIRED Evaluationcomesfromquizzes,exams,projects,andcrewassignments

Note:Thisclassmaybetakenmorethanonceforcredit.

Prerequisite:BeginningStagecraftorBeginningStageMake-upandCostuming,AcceptedApplication

Thiscourseintroducesstudentstotheproblemsandprinciplesofscene,light,sound,makeupandcostume design.Withthiscourse,studentsgetafirst-handviewofhowthedesignprocesstakesplacefromearly conceptiontofinaldrawings.Studentsalsolearndesigntheoriesthatareuniquetoeachprincipleorareaof theatreproduction.Eachstudentproducespersonaldesignprojectsspecifictotheirareaoftheatre production.

Fee:Supplyfeeof$20

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121721

StageDesign

Rendering/Modeling Techniques

Grades:11,12

1semester-½credit

121620

AdvancedStage Make-upand Costuming

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Note:Thisclassmaybetakenmorethanonceforcredit.

Prerequisite:AcceptedApplication

Withthiscoursestudentsdeveloptheabilitytoanalyzeandusevarious mediumsinrenderingand modelingdesignsforthestage.

Note:Thisclassmaybetakenmorethanonceforcredit.

Prerequisite:StageMake-upandCostumingandacceptedapplication

Inthiscourse,studentsconductpersonalresearchanddesignprojectsthroughdifferentperiodsin history.Crewworkismandatoryforallmajorproductions,asstudentswillheadthemakeupand costumecrewsfordistrictplays Attendanceismandatoryandalternativecrewassignmentswillbe requiredifastudentisunabletofulfillthisobligation

Note:Thisclassmaybetakenmorethanonceforcredit.20cumulativehoursarerequiredper semester.

Media Production

Mediaproductioncoursesgivestudentsreal-worldopportunitiesfornewswriting,yearbookproduction,documentaryfilm production,scriptwritingandbroadcastmedia.

122010

Introductionto FilmmakingandFilm Studies

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

122210

AdvancedFilmmaking andFilmStudies

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

122310

Screenwriting

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Approvedapplication

Thesedays,moviesareeasytomake.It’smuchhardertomakegoodmovies–onesthatconveya compellingstorythatpeoplewillwanttowatch Inthisclass,notonlywillyoulearnthefundamentals ofmakingagreatfilm,fromstoryconception tocameraoperationtofinalediting,butyou’llalsohave thechanceofwinningcashprizes($100,000andcountingsofarinthisprogram),earningcollege scholarships,andseeingyourworkonnationaltelevisionandinfilmfestivals

Note:Thiscoursecountstowardthefineartsgraduationrequirement.

Intendedforstudentswhodemonstratedahighlevelofinterestandexpertise whiletaking IntroductiontoFilmmaking Thiscoursestressesmanagementskills(time,personnel,and resources)andtheabilitytoplanandimplementprojectsfromconcepttofinalproduct Note:Thiscoursecountstowardthefineartsgraduationrequirement.

Prerequisite:Approvedapplication

Whydosomanybadmoviesgetmade?Itstartswiththescript!Thepowerofthescreenwriteristo createcaptivatingon-screenstoriesthatwillmakeaudienceslaugh,cry,orthink(sometimesallthree) Inthisclass,youwilllearneffectivestorystructure,wordchoice,pacing,dialogue,and characterization Bybothstudyingsuccessfulmoviesandwritingoriginalscripts,studentswillbecome adeptstorytellersforthebig(orlittle)screen Ifyou’reinterestedincreatingvisualworldswithyour words,besuretoapplyearlyforthisin-demandclass!

322410

BroadcastMedia

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

322510

DigitalMedia ProductionI

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters–1credit

Prerequisite:Approvalofapplication

StudentsacceptedintoBroadcastMediaworkwithcutting-edgevideoandaudio technology as they work in collaborative teams toprepareadailynewssegmentandotherspecialinterestbroadcast piecesfortheJenksHighSchoolBroadcastingteam Studentsdevelopcompetenceinstudioandfield production,camerause,lightingandsound,videoediting,marketing,andsocialmediamanagement. Note:Thiscoursecountstowardthefineartsgraduationrequirement.

Prerequisite:Approvalofapplication

Inthiscourse,studentswilllearnvideo,audio,andproductionskills Theywilllearntocreateengaging, effective,andoriginalstoriesthroughvideosandotherdigitalmediaformats.Studentswillpartnerwith schoolprograms,clubs,andactivitiestosharethestoriesofwhatisoccurringinJPSshowcasing excellenceinthe5As StudentsinthisprogramwouldalsohaveanopportunitytopartnerwiththeJPS CommunicationsDepartmenttoenhancethenarrativeasapartofourcommunityoutreach

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Music

TheprincipalgoaloftheMusicDepartmentistogivestudentsthemaximumopportunitytodeveloptheirindividualskillstothe highestlevelandincreasetheirunderstandingofthedisciplineswhichcontributetothearts Instrumentalandchoralclasses developskillsthatultimatelywillbeusedinspecialperformances Note:Coursesarelistedbycontentandprogression

123010

Guard

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Placementbyaudition-AprilorMayforColorGuard;NovemberorDecember forWinterGuard

Theguardprogram,associatedwiththebanddepartment,iscomposedofseveraldifferent ensemblesthatgivestudentstheopportunitytolearnandperformavarietyofdance,flag,rifle,and saberroutinesatlocal,state,andnationalvenues Theyearisdividedintotwoseasons:ColorGuard inthefall(May-November)inconjunctionwiththemarchingband;WinterGuardinthespring (December-April),performingindependentlyofthemarchingband. Rehearsalstakeplaceboth duringandafterschoolonaregularbasisthroughouttheyear.

Music Continued

123110

MarchingBand/ ConcertBand

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

123510

StringOrchestra

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Placementbyaudition

Bandisamusicorganizationthatgivesinterestedstudentsanopportunitytolearnavarietyof bandmusicandparticipateinanactiveorganization Theschoolyearisdividedintomarchingand concertseasons Duringmarchingseason(footballseason),thebandhasmarchingrehearsalseach Thursdayeveninginadditiontoregularclasstimes.Concertseasonincludesrequiredparticipation incontestsandconcertsasabandunit.Additionalperformanceopportunitiesi.e.,solo& ensemblecontests,honorbands,springmusicfestivalsarealsopartofthecourse Fee:Costschangeannually.Parentsshouldcontactthebanddirectorfordetails.

Prerequisite:AllstudentsareplacedinthiscourseuntilauditionsforConcertandChamber arecomplete.

TheJenksStringOrchestraisthethirdlevelensembleoftheJenksOrchestra.Thisensemble requiresnoauditionandisopentostudentsinanygradelevel Studentswillautomaticallybe placedinthisensembleiftheychoosenottoauditionforanupperlevelorchestra Thisorchestra willperformatconcerts,contests,andfestivalsthroughouttheyear,withminimaltimerequired outsideofthenormalschoolday Studentsareexpectedtohaveabasicknowledgeofallmiddle schoollevelskills,withtheunderstandingthattheseskillswillcontinuetobedevelopedboth throughtechniqueexercisesandnewmusic.ALLSTUDENTSAREENROLLEDINSTRING ORCHESTRAUNTILAFTERAUDITIONSARECOMPLETED.

Fee:Therequireduniformisapproximately$60-$100.

ConcertOrchestra Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

ChamberOrchestra

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Placementbyauditiononly.

TheJenksConcertOrchestraisthesecondlevelensembleoftheJenksOrchestra Thisensembleis opentoallgradelevelsbyauditiononly,butstudentsdonothavetore-auditioneachyeartoremain intheensemble.Thisorchestrawillperformatconcerts,contests,andfestivalsthroughouttheyear, withminimaltimerequiredoutsideofthenormalschoolday Studentsareexpectedtohave moderatelyhighreadingskills,andrepertoireisselectedfromarrangementsofstandard masterworks,alongwithgrade3-5stringorchestrarepertoire ConcertOrchestrastudentsare stronglyencouragedtotakeprivatelessons

Fee:Therequireduniformisapproximately$60-$100.

Prerequisite:Placementbyauditiononly.

TheJenksChamberOrchestraisthehighestlevelensembleandislargelyaperformanceoriented ensemble Inadditiontovariousconcerts,contests,andfestivals,thisorchestrawillperformat communityeventsthroughouttheyear Composedofmostlyupperclassmen,thisensembleisopen toallgradelevelsbyauditiononly,andstudentsmustre-auditioneveryyear Studentsareexpected tohavehighreadingskillsandrepertoireisselectedfromthestandardmasterworksforstring

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123611

GroupPianoI

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

123621

GroupPianoII

Grades10,11,12

1semester-½credit

124010

Choir

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

orchestra,alongwithgrade4to6stringorchestrarepertoire.StudentsintheChamberOrchestra willalsoparticipateinafullorchestrasetting,rehearsingoutsidetheschooldaywithmembersof theJHSBandprogramtoperformsymphonicrepertoire AllChamberOrchestrastudentsare stronglyandseriouslyencouragedtotakeprivatelessons

Thiscourseisabeginningpianocoursethroughgrouppiano,withnoformalmusicaltraining required.Objectivesincludebasicpianoskillsusingbothhandsincluding5fingerposition,scales, progressions,fingeringtechniquesandaccompanimentaswellasbasicmusictheoryincluding notes,rhythm,harmonyandform Studentsalsolearnperformanceetiquetteasaperformerandas anaudiencememberandhavetheopportunitytoperformpianosoloandpianoensemblemusic

Prerequisite:IntrotoGroupPianoI

Thiscourseisthesecondcourseingrouppianowithnoformalmusicaltrainingrequired Students willcontinuelearning/masteringmusicalfundamentals(notes,rhythm,harmony,andform)to developincreasedfocusonmusicality,developefficientpracticestrategies,learnperformance etiquetteasaperformerandasanaudiencemember,andperformasasoloistandasapartnerin pianoensemblemusic

Membershipinchoirisopentoallstudentsingrades9-12 Choirsteachelementsofvocalmusic performanceandstudentshavetheopportunitytosingavarietyofrepertoirebothaloneandwith others.Studentsparticipateincontestsandconcertsoutsidetheschoolday.Gradesarebasedon meetingpracticerequirementsandparticipationinclassandrequiredperformances;therefore, studentsmustbeacademicallyeligibleforinvolvementinthoseevents.Placementinclassescan rangefromBeginningTrebleChorus,IntermediateTrebleChorus,AdvancedTrebleChorus, BeginningTenor/BassChorus,AdvancedTenor/BassChorus,MixedChorusorsomecombination baseduponstudentrequestsanddirectorplacement Fee:Therequireduniformisapproximately$150.Studentsmusteitherpayorfund-raise contest,concert,andclassroomexpensesofapproximately$50eachsemester.

124500

ShowChoir

Grades:9,10,11,12

Credits in description

124610

ShowChoirBand

Grades:9,10,11,12 2semesters-1credit

VarsityShowChoir (Trojanaires):

2semesters–1credit Classesmeeteveryday

JuniorVarsityShowChoir (TrojanSpirit/TrojanNation):

2semesters–1credit Classesmeeteveryday

Prerequisite:MustbecurrentlyenrolledinVocalMusicandparticipateinthis“0”hourclass. Auditiontodeterminemembershipintheshowchoirs.AllstudentsareenrolledinShow Choir(124500)untilauditionsarecomplete.

AsanextensionofVocalMusic,showchoirsperformavarietyofjazz,pop,andshowtunes Studentsparticipateinout-of-schoolperformances Gradesarebasedonmeetingpractice requirementsandparticipationinclassandrequiredperformances;therefore,studentsmustbe academicallyeligibleforinvolvementinthoseevents.

Fee:Afeeisassociatedforeachshowchoirandvariesdependingoncompetition,travel, costuming,andothervariables(JuniorShowChoir$500,VarsityShowChoir$2000) AdditionalfeesmaybeincurredifShowChoir(s)advancetoaNationalFinalCompetition.

Prerequisite:Audition/Application/Interview,perteacherapproval.

ShowChoirBandrequiresinstrumentaliststoplaythecompetitionshowaccompanimentforJenks HighSchoolTrojanaires.Thisgroupofmusiciansconsistingof9th-12thgradersgivesstudentsof allinstrumentalbackgroundstheopportunitytoplayinapop/modernstylethattheywouldnot normallyexperienceinaformalconcertsetting

Fee:Thereisacostof$300($150persemester)whichisusedtooffsettravelingfees(hotels, meals,busingcosts)andarrangementfees/music.

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AdvancedPlacement

MusicTheory

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

324811

MusicAppreciation:

MusicHistoryFromGregorian

ChanttoHipHop

Grade:9

1semester-½credit

324821

MusicAppreciation:

MusicalGenres-

BirthoftheBluesto theDeathofDisco

Grade:9

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:Studentsshouldhavepriormusicaltrainingthroughlessonsorparticipationin vocaland/orinstrumentalensembles.

Thiscourse providesstudentsthetoolsandexperiencetheywouldreceiveduringtheirfirstyearof musictheoryinacollegiatesetting Studentsdeveloptheirmusicalliteracywhichincludesnote reading,musicalnotation,harmonicanalysisandpartwriting Studentsobtainandpracticeear trainingskillsandskillsrequiredforsightreadingmusicalliterature.Studentspracticerecognizing thedevelopmentofmusicfromahistoricalandculturalperspectiveandextendtheirmusical awarenesswithinseveralgenresofmusic.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

Thisfirst-semestercourseisopentoanyfreshmanstudentwholovesmusic.Jointheclassand listentodifferentkindsofmusic,learnhowtowritesongs,andgetexperienceplayingdifferent kindsofinstruments Thefocusofthiscourseisonthehistoryofmusicandmusicalstylesof differenteras Studentslearnbasicmusictheory,theformsofdifferenttypesofmusic,important historicalcomposers,andthegeneraldevelopmentofWesternmusic Studentsareexpectedto spendtimeoutsideofclasslisteningtoassignedmusicandtoparticipateinanonlinemusictheory program.Studentsarealsoinvitedtocreateandsharetheirownmusic.

Note:Thereisnoprerequisitecourseforthisclass.

Thissecond-semesterclassisopentoanyfreshmanstudentwholovesmusic.Jointheclassandlistento differentkindsofmusic,learnhowtowritesongs,andgetexperienceplayingdifferentkindsofinstruments. ThefocusofthisclassisondifferenttypesandgenresofmusicplayedintheUSandaroundtheworld. Studentslearnbasicmusictheory;theforms,rhythmsandharmoniesofdifferenttypesandstylesofmusic; importantcontemporarycomposers;andtherolemusicplaysinculturallife.Studentsareexpectedtospend timelisteningtoassignedmusicoutsideofclass,andtoparticipateinanonlinemusictheorylearningprogram. Studentsarealsoinvitedtocreateandsharetheirownmusic.

Note:Thereisnoprerequisitecourseforthisclass.

Speech and Debate

Thebenefitsastudentgainsfromparticipatingincompetitiveforensicsanddebatearemany,includingstimulatinginterestin currentevents,developingcritical-thinkingskills,sharpeningcommunicationskills,increasingresearchabilities,andpreparing forinformaldebatesengagedineverydaylife Inaddition,studentswillincreaseself-esteemandself-awarenessthroughvaried speakingandactingeventsandbuildleadershipandgroup-membershipskillsfromcooperativelyworkingasateam Through competition,studentsbecomemembersofthespeechhonorsociety,theNationalForensicLeague,whosemembershipincludes statesmen,moviestars,businessleaders,andtelevisionpersonalities.

125111

SpeechI

(Publicspeaking, non-competitive)

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

125121

SpeechII

(Publicspeaking, non-competitive)

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

Thiscourseisdesignedforthestudentwhowishestobecomeateasespeakinginfrontofothers. Studentsresearch,write,anddeliverspeechesinavarietyofsituations Thisisanacademiccourse andhasnocompetitionrequirements

Prerequisite:SpeechI

Thiscourseisanintroductiontopublicspeakingexpandingintoargumentationanddebate Studentswillexplorelogic,argumentationandrefutation,andengageinfrequentdebatesagainst otherclassmembers

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125210

Competitive Dramatics

(Competitive;maybe takeneachyear)

Grades:10,11,12 2semesters-1credit

125310

ValueDebateI

(CompetitiveForensics; maybetakeneachyear)

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

125320

ValueDebateII

(CompetitiveForensics; maybetakeneachyear)

Grades:10,11,12 2semesters-1credit

125330

ValueDebateIII

(CompetitiveForensics; maybetakeneachyear)

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

125340

ValueDebateIV

(CompetitiveForensics; maybetakeneachyear)

Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

125410

Policy DebateI

(CompetitiveForensics; maybetakeneachyear)

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

125420

PolicyDebateII

(CompetitiveForensics; maybetakeneachyear)

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Designedforthestudentwhoisinterestedincompetingatinterscholastictournaments,thiscourse’s primaryemphasisisonmonologueacting,duetacting,andoralinterpretationsofbothliteratureand plays Studentsspend timeoutsideofclasspreparingforcontests,inadditiontoenteringatleast twoweekendinterscholastictournamentspersemester

Fee:Studentsmustpayorfund-raisecompetitionexpensesof$75persemester,plustravel expenses.

Prerequisite:Permissionoftheinstructor,activeextracurriculartournamentparticipation. Forstudentsinterestedintheengrossingworldofvaluedebate,thiscourseisthefirststep.The coursepreparesstudentsforparticipationinthevalue/Lincoln-Douglasdebateatinterscholastic tournaments Studentslearnbasicargumentation,research,argumentconstructionandrefutationto preparethemforcompetition

Fee:Studentsmustpayorfundraiseexpensesof$100persemesterplustravelexpenses.

Prerequisite:ValueDebateI,permissionoftheinstructor,activetournamentparticipation. ThiscoursebuildsonconceptslearnedinValueDebateIandincludesalltherequirementsofValue DebateIi.e.,weekendtournaments,studentassessmentfees,andfundraising.Additionally,students enteroratory,extemporaneousspeakingandStudentCongress.Studentsalsocompleteservice projectsforNFLwhichresultinindividualspeakingpoints

Fee:Studentsmustpayorfundraiseexpensesof$75persemesterplustravelexpenses.

Prerequisite:ValueDebateII,permissionoftheinstructor,activetournamentparticipation. ThiscoursebuildsonconceptslearnedinValue DebateIandIIandincludesallofthe requirementsofValueDebateIandIIie,weekendtournaments,studentassessmentfees,and fundraising.Additionally,studentsworkdirectlywithnovicestudentsmentoringdebate,speaking, andlisteningcompetencies.

Fee:Studentsmustpayorfundraiseexpensesof$75persemesterplustravelexpenses.

Prerequisite:ValueDebateIII,permissionoftheteacher,activetournamentparticipation. ThiscoursebuildsonconceptslearnedinValueDebateI,II,andIII Itincludesalltherequirements ofValueDebateIandIIsuchasweekendtournaments,studentassessmentfees,andfundraising Additionally,studentswillworkdirectlywithnovicestudentsmentoringdebate,speaking,and listeningcompetencies

Fee:Studentsmustpayorfundraiseexpensesof $75 per semester plustravelexpenses.

Prerequisite:Permissionoftheinstructortodeterminebestplacementinthedebateprogram, activeextracurriculartournamentparticipation.

ForstudentsinterestedintheexcitingandchallengingworldofPolicyDebate,thiscourseiswhere itallstarts Thecoursepreparesstudentsforparticipationinpolicy/cross-examinationdebateat interscholastictournaments Logic,argumentation,caseandargumentconstruction,in-depth research,andrefutationareallskillstaughthereandusedincompetitions

Fee:Studentsmustpayorfundraiseexpensesof$100persemesterplustravelexpenses.

Prerequisite:PolicyDebateI,permissionoftheteacher,activetournamentparticipation.

ThiscoursebuildsonconceptslearnedinPolicyDebateIandincludesalltherequirementsof PolicyDebateIie,afterschoolrehearsals,weekendtournaments,studentassessmentfees,and fundraising Additionally,studentsenteroratory,extemporaneousspeaking,andStudentCongress Students alsocompleteserviceprojectsforNFLwhichresultinindividualspeakingpoints

Fee:Studentsmustpayorfundraiseexpensesof$75persemesterplustravelexpenses.

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125430

PolicyDebateIII

(CompetitiveForensics; maybetakeneachyear)

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

125440

PolicyDebateIV

(CompetitiveForensics; maybetakeneachyear)

Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:PolicyDebateII,permissionoftheteacher,activetournamentparticipation. Thiscoursebuildsonconcepts learned inPolicyDebateIandIIandincludesalltherequirements ofPolicyDebateIandIIie, afterschoolrehearsals,weekendtournaments,studentassessment fees,fundraising,andsecondaryeventcompetition Additionally,studentsworkdirectlywith novicestudentsmentoringdebate,speaking,andlisteningcompetencies Fee:Studentsmustpayorfundraiseexpensesof$75persemesterplustravelexpenses.

Prerequisite:PolicyDebateIII,permissionoftheteacher,activetournamentparticipation. ThiscoursebuildsonconceptslearnedinPolicyDebateI,II,andIII.Itincludesallthe requirementsofPolicyDebateIandIIsuchasafterschoolrehearsals,weekendtournaments, studentassessmentfees,fundraising,andsecondaryeventcompetition Additionally,studentswill workdirectlywithnovicestudentsmentoringdebate,speaking,andlisteningcompetencies Fee:Studentsmustpayorfundraiseexpensesof$75persemesterplustravelexpenses.

World Languages

Manyuniversitiesandcollegeshighlyrecommendatleasttwoyearsofthesameworldlanguageforadmission,especiallyfora liberalartsmajor(music,English,journalism).Themostselectiveliberalartscollegesandprivateinstitutionsrecommendworld languagesinhighschoolwithanemphasisonthreetofouryearsofasinglelanguage.Ifthestudenthasnottakenworldlanguagein highschool,he/shemayberequiredtodosoincollege.Thestudentshouldchecktherequirementsattheschoolhe/sheplansto attend ToenrollinaWorldLanguage,studentsshouldhaveagradeof70%orbetterinregularEnglishclassesforeachsemester

Note:Coursesarelistedbylanguagecourseprogression

145010

ChineseI

Grades:9,10,11

2semesters-1credit

145020

ChineseII

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

145030

Chinese III

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

145040

ChineseIV

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

145050

ChineseV

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

ChineseIintroducesstudentstoconversationalChinesewithanemphasisonbasicsurvivalphrases andwordsandsentencestructures Studentsstudyreadingandwritingthrough“Pin-Yin,”theChinese phoneticsystem Studentsbegintoexploreculture,history,art,music,andcontemporaryissuesin China

Prerequisite:ChineseIwithagradeof“C”orabove ChineseIIcontinueslearningfrom ChineseIwithagreateremphasisonlisteningandspeaking StudentsareintroducedtosimplifiedChinesecharactersandcontinuetouse“Pin-Yin”Chinese phoneticsysteminreadingandwriting StudentscontinuetoexploreChinesecultureandhistory

Prerequisite:ChineseIIwithagradeof“C”orabove

Inthiscourse,studentsreviewbasicgrammarfromChineseIandIIandareintroducedto charactersandmoreadvancedgrammaticalstructuresaswellasChineseidioms Studentsexplore Chineseculturethroughreading

Prerequisite:ChineseIIIwithagradeof“C”orabove

ThiscourseoffersstudentsanadvancedexplorationofcontemporaryChineselanguageandculture Studentsreinforceandrefinecomplexitiesinthethreebasicmodesofcommunication:presentational writing/speaking,interpersonalwriting/speaking,andinterpretivelistening/reading

Prerequisite:ChineseIIIwithagradeof“C”orabove

Thiscourseadvancesstudents’communicationabilitiesandprogresstotheIntermediate High/AdvancedLowleveloftheACTFLguidelines Thedifficultyofthetextsandaudio,basedonthe sixthemesusedintheAdvancedPlacementcourse,preparesstudentstoenterAdvancedPlacement ChineseLanguageandCultureortoimprovetheirpreviousscoreontheAdvancedPlacementChinese

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145110

AdvancedPlacement

ChineseLanguageand Culture

Grades:10,11,12 2semesters-1credit

145510

FrenchI

Grades:9,10,11 2semesters-1credit

145520

FrenchII

Grades:9,10,11,12 2semesters-1credit

145530

FrenchIII

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

145610

AdvancedPlacement

FrenchLanguage

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:ChineseIVorVwithapassinggradeinbothsemesters

Thiscoursecoverstheequivalentofasecond-yearcollege-levelcourse Itencompassesaural/oral skills,readingcomprehension,grammar,andcomposition Thecoursepreparesstudentsforthe AdvancedPlacementexamconsistingofthreecomponents:1)interpersonalcommunicationskills,2) presentingandinterpretinglanguageinspokenandwrittenforms,and3)functionalfamiliaritywith Chineseculture.ThecoursewillincorporateChineseculturalinformationwithintheteachingof reading,writing,andspeakingthelanguage Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollege creditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyif takingmorethanoneexam.

Inthiscourse,studentsfocusonspeaking,listening,reading,andwriting,withanemphasison vocabularyandbasicgrammardevelopment.

Note:FrenchIisopentostudentswhohavenothadtwoconsecutivesemestersofhighschool Frenchoritsequivalent.

Prerequisite:Gradeof"C"oraboveinFrenchIandteacherapproval

Inthiscourse,studentscontinuespeaking,listening,reading,andwritingskills,while reinforcingvocabularyandgrammarknowledgeandskills

Prerequisite:FrenchIIwithapassinggradebothsemesters

FrenchIIIpromotestherefinementofthethreebasicmodesofcommunication:presentational writing/speaking,interpersonalwriting/speakingandinterpretivelistening/reading.Intermediate andadvancedgrammaticalstructuresarestudiedalongwiththematicvocabulary Thiscourse includesthestudyoftheFrenchlanguagewithinthecontextofhistory,literatureandcurrent eventsinFrancophoneculture

Prerequisite:FrenchIIIwithapassinggradeinbothsemesters

AdvancedPlacementFrenchLanguagecoverstheequivalentofathird-yearcollegecoursein advancedFrenchcompositionandconversation Itencompassesspeakingandlisteningskills, readingcomprehension,grammar,andcomposition Thecoursepreparesstudentsforthe AdvancedPlacementFrenchLanguageExamwhichevaluatescompetencyinthethreebasic modesofcommunication:presentationalwriting/speaking,interpersonalwriting/speakingand interpretivelistening/reading.Advancedgrammaticalstructuresarestudiedalongwith thematicvocabulary.ThiscourseincludesthestudyoftheFrenchlanguagewithinthecontext ofsixthematicunits:GlobalChallenges,BeautyandAesthetics,ScienceandTechnology, FamiliesandCommunities,ContemporaryLifeandPersonalandPublicIdentities Resources includethetextbook,films,newspapers,magazines,andtheInternet Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

146010

LatinI

Grades:9,10,11

2semesters-1credit

146020

LatinII

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

LatinIintroducesstudentstobasicgrammar,translation,vocabulary,wordderivation,and Romanculture StudentsexploremythologicalstudieswhichincludeOlympiangods,heroes, andpeoplefrequentlyportrayedinliteratureandartaswellashistoricalstudiesbeginningwith theTrojanWarandconcludingwiththeFlavianemperors

Prerequisite:Gradeof“C”orbetterinLatinI Inthiscourse,studentscontinuethestudyofgrammar,vocabulary,wordderivation,andRoman lifethroughtranslationsaboutaRomanfamily,thelaborsofHercules,andthestoryofJason andtheArgonauts Studentsexploremythologicalstudieswhichincludeheroicadventuresand

LanguageandCultureexam
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146030

LatinIII

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

146110

AdvancedPlacement Latin

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

146210

AdvancedLatin Literature Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

146510 HS 346510 FA

SpanishI

Grades:9,10,11

2semesters-1credit

146520 HS

346520 FA

SpanishII

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

146530

SpanishIII

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

thetragediesofGreekmythologyaswellashistoricalstudiesaboutJuliusCaesarconcluding withtheendoftheempire

Prerequisite:LatinIIwithapassinggradeinbothsemesters

ThiscoursecontinuesthestudyoftheLatinlanguagethroughreading,speaking,listening,and writing.Readingswillincludemodifiedandoriginalpassagesofpoetryandprosefromvarious authors,suchasOvid,Catullus,Horace,Cicero,Caesar,andVergil.StudentsalsostudyRoman history,life,literature,andphilosophythroughthereadingsandresearchprojects.Studentswill belearningskillsnecessarytobesuccessfulontheAdvancedPlacementLatinexam

StudentsinAPLatinstudyVergil’sAeneidandCaesar'sDeBelloGallico,thesecondhalfofthe curriculumfortheAdvancedPlacementLatinexam,StudentsreadHomer’sIliadintranslation astheprerequisitefortranslatingepicpoetry.TheycontinuetheirstudyofLatingrammarand compositionandRomanlife,history,andmythology.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

Prerequisite:AdvancedPlacementLatinwithapassinggradeinbothsemesters AdvancedLatinLiteraturecontinuesthestudyoftheLatinlanguagethroughtheliteratureworks ofvariousRomanauthors,includingCatullus,Ovid,Cicero,Caesar,andPlinytheYounger. StudentsstudyRomanhistory,life,literature,andphilosophythroughtranslationofpassagesand researchprojects StudentsmayalsoassistwithAdvancedPlacement Thiscourseislargely independentstudywithcontentdrivenbystudentinterest

ThiscoursecombinesthestudyoftheSpanishlanguageand Hispanicculture Studentsexplore thefourbasiclanguageskillsoflistening,speaking,reading,andwritingaswellaslearning beginninggrammaticalstructuresandfunctionalvocabulary

146540

SpanishIV

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Gradeof“C”oraboveineachsemesterofSpanishIandcurrentSpanish teachersignature

Thiscoursefocusesondeepeningoralspeakingandlisteningskills,readingcomprehension, grammarknowledge,andcompositionskillsaswellasstudiesofselectedworksofliterature SpanishIIwillbeanacceleratedcourseofstudyofferingthestudentsanopportunitytoprepare fortheadvancedplacementcourseofferedinfutureyearsofstudyatthehighschool.The coursewillfocusonoralskills,readingcomprehension,grammar,andcompositionaswellas studiesofselectedworksofliterature

Prerequisite:Gradeof“C”oraboveineachsemesterofSpanishIIandcurrentSpanish teachersignature

Inthiscourse,studentsstudytheSpanishlanguagewithinthecontextofhistory,literature,and currenteventsintheHispanicculture.Studentsareintroducedtomoreadvancedgrammatical structuresandcontinuetorefinethethreebasicmodesofcommunication:presentational writing/speaking,interpersonalwriting/speaking,andinterpretivelistening/reading Students exploresituationalvocabularytoimprovewritingandspeakingskillsaswellasreadliterary selectionsbyvariousauthorsintheSpanish-speakingworld

Prerequisite:Gradeof“C”oraboveineachsemesterofSpanishIIIandcurrentSpanish teachersignature

ThiscourseisanadvancedexplorationoftheSpanishlanguageandcultureinavarietyofareas ofcontemporarylife Studentscontinuetoreinforceandrefinecommunicationthrough presentationalwriting/speaking,interpersonalwriting/speaking,andinterpretive listening/reading.

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146610

AdvancedPlacement

SpanishLanguage Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

146620

AdvancedPlacement

SpanishLiterature

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

147010

AmericanSign LanguageI

Grades:10,11

2semesters-1credit

147020

AmericanSign

LanguageII

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

147030

AmericanSign

LanguageIII

Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

149010

WorldLanguage Capstone

Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:SpanishIV

Inthiscourse,studentsstudytheSpanishlanguagewithinthecontextofsixthematicunits: GlobalChallenges,BeautyandAesthetics,ScienceandTechnology,FamiliesandCommunities, Contemporary,andPersonalandPublicIdentities Studentsstudyadvancedgrammatical structuresalongwiththematicvocabulary Studentspracticespeakingandlisteningskillsand deepenreadingcomprehension,grammarknowledge,andcompositionskills Duringthiscourse, studentspreparefortheAdvancedPlacementSpanishLanguageexamwhichevaluates competencyinthethreebasicmodesofcommunication:presentationswriting/speaking, interpersonalwriting/speaking,andinterpretivelistening/reading.

Thiscourseisequivalenttoathird-yearcollegecourseinadvancedSpanishcompositionand conversation.Resourceswillinclude,butnotbelimitedto,thetextbook,films,newspapers, magazines,andtheInternet.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollege creditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyif takingmorethanoneexam.

Prerequisite:APSpanishLanguage

Inthiscourse,studentsexamineSpanishliteraturefocusedonselectedworksfromtheliterature ofSpainandSpanishAmerica,representingavarietyofgenres,historicalandliteraryperiods, andgeographicalareas Throughoutthecourse,studentsworkexclusivelyinSpanish,reading, analyzing,andwritingabouttheliterature TheAdvancedPlacementSpanishLiteraturecourse isintendedtobetheequivalentofathird-yearcollegeintroductiontoliteratureinSpanish.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamfor collegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95. Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

ThisisanintroductorycoursetoAmericanSignLanguage(ASL)andDeafCulture

Conversational skills will be acquired through target vocabulary, grammarandsyntax The fiveparametersofASLandnon-manualmarkers(expressions)arestudied.Receptive(seeingand comprehending)andexpressive(signing)skillsareemphasized.

Prerequisite:ApassinggradeinAmericanSignLanguageI

ThiscourseisacontinuationofAmericanSignLanguageIandbuildsuponpreviouslylearned skills.Studentsincreasetheirvocabularyandproficiencyinexpressiveandreceptive conversationalskillsusingmorecomplexgrammaticalstructure KnowledgeofDeafCulture continuestobeemphasized

Prerequisite:ASLIandASLIIpassingscoresinbothsemestersandrecommendationof currentASLteacher.

ASLIIIinvolvesanextensivereviewandapplicationofvocabulary,grammar,andDeafCulture learnedinASLIandII.Studentsinthiscoursewillcontinuetoimprovetheirsignskillsthrough conversationandinstructionofadditionalDeafhistory&vocabularyunits.

Prerequisite:ApassinggradeinanyAPWorldLanguageCourse

Withthedramaticriseinthedemandforcitizens/employeeswithglobalawarenessandglobal experience,itisindeedaveryexcitingtimetobefurtheringlanguageskills.Byenrollinginthis course,studentsdeveloplanguageskillsandincreaseculturalunderstanding. CourseGoals includethefollowing:

1 Enablestudentstoimprovebyatleastonesub-levelinspeaking,listening,reading,and writingontheACTFLproficiencyguidelinesie, studentsshouldbeattheIntermediate HighLevelastheyenterthecourse

2 Providestudentswitharesearchframeworktocarryoutstudiesandsemesterprojects

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ELECTIVE COURSES

Note:Departments/categoriesarelistedinalphabeticalorder

Advanced Placement Capstone Courses A

Diploma Program

AdvancedPlacementCapstoneisaninnovativediplomaprogramthatgivesstudentsanopportunitytoapplycriticalthinking, collaborativeproblem-solving,andresearchskillsinacross-curricularcontext AdvancedPlacementCapstoneisbuiltonthe foundationofanew,two-yearhighschoolcoursesequence AdvancedPlacementSeminarandAdvancedPlacementResearch andisdesignedtocomplementandenhancein-depth,discipline-specificstudyprovidedthroughAdvancedPlacementcourses It cultivatescurious,independent,andcollaborativescholarsandpreparesthemtomakelogical,evidence-baseddecisions

Note:StudentswhosuccessfullycompletebothAdvancedPlacementSeminarandAdvancedPlacementResearchaswellasearn passingscoresonthecorrespondingexamsandpresentationsareawardedanAdvancedPlacementCapstoneCertificatefromthe CollegeBoard.StudentswhosuccessfullycompletebothAdvancedPlacementSeminarandAdvancedPlacementResearch,earn passingscoresonthecorrespondingexamsandpresentationsandsuccessfullycompletefour(4)additionalAdvancedPlacement courses,earninga3orbetteronthecorrespondingexams,areawardedanAdvancedPlacementDiplomabytheCollegeBoard Thissignifiestheiroutstandingacademicachievementandattainmentofcollege-levelacademicandresearchskills

118010

AdvancedPlacement Seminar

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:CompleteorcurrentlyenrolledinoneAdvancedPlacementcourse

Thisfoundationalcourseprovidesstudentswithopportunitiestothinkcriticallyandcreatively,research, explore,posesolutions,developarguments,collaborate,andcommunicateusingvariousmedia.Students explorereal-worldissuesthroughacross-curricularlensandconsidermultiplepointsofviewtodevelop deepunderstandingofcomplexissuesastheymakeconnectionsbetweentheseissuesandtheirownlives. Studentsreadarticles,researchstudies,andfoundationalandphilosophicaltexts,listentoandviewspeeches, broadcasts,andpersonalaccounts,andexploreartisticandliteraryworkstogainarichappreciationand understandingofissues.Teachershavetheflexibilitytochooseappropriatethemesthatallowfordeep explorationbasedonstudentinterests,localand/orcivicissues,globalorinternationaltopics,andconcepts fromotherAdvancedPlacement courses. Somesampletopicsorthemesincludeeducation,innovation, sustainability,technology,revolution

Note:Inthiscourse,studentsareassessedthroughtwothrough-courseperformancetasksanda writtenexam.Thiscoursecountstowardthefineartsgraduationrequirement.

Thiscourseisavailablebothduringtheregularlyscheduleddayandbefore/aftertheregularlyscheduledday Ifyouwouldliketorequesttohavethiscoursebefore/aftertheregularlyscheduledday,pleaseindicatethat inthenotessectionofyourenrollmentcard.

Prerequisite:AdvancedPlacementSeminarorAdvancedPlacementLanguageand Composition

AdvancedPlacementResearchallowsstudentstodeeplyexploreanacademictopic,problem,orissueof individualinterest.Throughthisexploration,studentsdesign,plan,andconductayearlongmentored, research-basedinvestigationtoaddressaresearchquestion.IntheAdvancedPlacementResearchcourse, studentsfurthertheirskillsacquiredintheAdvancedPlacementSeminarcoursebyunderstandingresearch methods,employingethicalresearchpractices,andaccessing,analyzing,andsynthesizinginformationas theyaddressaresearchquestion.Thecourseculminatesinanacademicthesispaperofapproximately5,000 wordsandapresentation,performance,orexhibitionwithanoraldefense.

Althoughthetopicofeachresearchstudywillvary,thecourserequiresstudentstoplanandconductastudy orinvestigation.Thecourseprovidesopportunities(activities/assignments)forstudentstounderstand principlesofqualitativeandquantitativeresearchmethods,employappropriatedisciplinaryresearchmethods todevelop,manage,andconductanin-depthstudyorinvestigationinanareaofstudent’sowninterest, culminatinginanapproximately5,000-wordpaper,present(usingappropriatemedia),exhibit,orperform

3. Stimulatecriticalthinkingandadeeperappreciationforthechosenlanguageandculture.
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118030

AdvancedResearch

Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

anddefendtheresearchdesign,approach,andfindings,anddocumentandreflectupontheresearchprocess andcommunicationwithamentorusingaresearchlog.

Thiscourseisavailablebothduringtheregularlyscheduleddayandbefore/aftertheregularlyscheduledday Ifyouwouldliketorequesttohavethiscoursebefore/aftertheregularlyscheduledday,pleaseindicatethat inthenotessectionofyourenrollmentcard

Prerequisite:SuccessfulcompletionoftheAdvancedPlacementCapstone StudentsreflectupontheresearchandinquiryprocessfromtheirAdvancedPlacementResearchexperience anddevelopasubsequentinquiryforresearch.Thestudentcompletesanacademicpaper(minimumof5000 words)andpresentsanoraldefense.Inadditionthestudentisexpectedtoenterintoanationallyrecognized academiccompetitionorsecurepublicationoftheresearchpaperinanacademicjournal.Asignificantfocus ofthecoursewillbeontheplanning/hostingtheTEDxYoutheventduringtheSpringSemester Note:Thiscoursemeetsatzerohouror7th houronly.

Thiscourseisavailablebothduringtheregularlyscheduleddayandbefore/aftertheregularlyscheduledday Ifyouwouldliketorequesttohavethiscoursebefore/aftertheregularlyscheduledday,pleaseindicatethat inthenotessectionofyourenrollmentcard.

Agricultural Education Courses

TheFFAChapter,theyouthorganizationassociatedwithAgriculturalEducation,encourages studentstodevelopskillsin leadership,socialintelligence,civicconsciousness,andcooperation.TheJenksFFAChapterisoneofthemostactiveinthestate andhasbeenrecognizednationallyforleadershipdevelopmentandcommunityservice.Studentsseekingadvancededucationatthe universitylevelwillbenefitfromtheprogramaswellasthoseenteringdirectlyintotheworldofwork

180040

AgriculturalEducation Grades:9,10

2semesters-1credit

180220

Agricultural Communications Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

180090

AgriculturalMechanicsI

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

ThiscourseisrequiredforbeginningAgri-Educationstudentsandexposesthemto200-plus excitingcareersintheagriculturalindustry UnitsofinstructionincludeFFA,orientationto agriculture,andagricultureandagribusinesscareers Studentsstudyunitsonanimalscience, plantscience,soilscience,aqua-cultureandagriculturalmechanics TheFFAChapter,theyouth organizationassociatedwiththeclass,encouragesstudentsto developskillsinleadership,social intelligence,civicconsciousness,andcooperation.Thiscourserequiresvariousin-classfieldtrips withnumeroushands-onactivities

Fee:FFAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.(Duesare$40.)

Prerequisites:AgriculturalEducationIORteacherapproval(Ms.Tillinghast)

Thiscourseisdesignedtofurtherdevelopthecommunicationskillsofhighschoolstudents.The classaddressesmanyagriculturalcommunicationtechniquesincludingwriting,publicspeaking, photography,parliamentaryprocedure,andcareerorientation.Theclassfocusesoncommunicating tothepublictheimportanceofagricultureandhelpingtodevelopagriculturalliteracyinour community Studentsalsotakeresponsibilityforwriting,designing,andproducinganFFAchapter newsletter Thecourseprovidesseveralhands-onactivitiesandinclassfieldtrips.

Fee:FFAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.(Duesare$40.)

Prerequisites:AgriculturalEducationIORteachersignature(MsTillinghastorMr Davis) Selection isbasedonstudents’pastagriculturalorweldingexperience.Acceptancemaybebasedonstudents’ gradelevelduetospaceavailability.

Thiscourseisdesignedtoteachtheskillsofweldingandtheuseofacuttingtorchinasetting comparabletotheworldofwork.Skillssuchassafetyintheshopandwiththeweldersandcutting torchesisemphasizedalongwithhands-onworkwithmetalsandprojects.Manytypesofweldsare usedontheseprojectsandstudentsgainexperiencewithoxyacetelyne,MIGandTIGweldersand plasmaarccuttingtorches.Severalprojectsarerequiredtobecompletedthroughouttheyearand studentsexperienceinclassfieldtrips.

Fee:FFAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.(Duesare$40.)

Note:Alimitednumberofstudentsareallowedtoenroll.Workclothesandleathershoes arerequired forshopuse.

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180100

AgriculturalMechanicsII

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

180140

VeterinaryScience

Grades:10,11,12

2 semesters- 1 credit

180150

WildlifeManagementand Science

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters–1credit

180290

Introductionto Horticulture

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisites:AgriculturalMechanicsI

Thiscourseisdesignedtofurtherdeveloptheskillsofweldingandtheuseofacuttingtorchina settingcomparabletotheworldofwork.Skillssuchassafetyintheshopandwiththewelders andcuttingtorchesisreviewedalongwithhands-onworkwithmetalsandprojects Students mastermanytypesofweldsontheseprojectsandstudentsexploreinmoredetailoxyacetylene, MIGandTIGweldersandplasmaarccuttingtorches Alargeclassprojectisrequiredtobe completedthroughouttheyearandstudentsexperienceinclassfieldtrips Fee:FFAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged (Duesare$40)

Note:Alimitednumberofstudentsareallowedtoenroll.Workclothesandleathershoes arerequired forshopuse.

Prerequisite:AgricultureEducationORteachersignature(Mr.orMs.TillinghastorMr.Tillinghast) Studentslearninformation,knowledge,andskillsassociatedwithcareersinveterinaryscience. UnitsofinstructionincludeFFA,comparativeanatomyandphysiology,nutrition,diseasesand surgery VeterinarySciencecurriculumprovideslaboratory,lecture,andcompetitiveactivities throughFFAtostudentsinterestedindomesticanimals,livestockproductionandnutrition, genetics,andlaboratorytechniques.Thiscourserequiresvariousin-classfieldtripswith numeroushands-onactivities

Fee:FFAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged (Duesare$40)

Thiscourseisforstudentsinterestedinwildlifeanditsconservationandecologyaswellas enjoyingwildlifethroughsporthuntingandfishing.Coursecontentincludesmeaningand importanceofwildlifespecies,historyofwildlifeconservation,safetywithwildlife,species identification,endangeredspecies,wildlifebiologyandecology,habitatprotectionand establishment,protectionofwildlife(animals,plants,andotherspecies),legalregulations,and huntersafety.

Fee:FFAchaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.(Duesare$40.)

Prerequisite:AgriculturalEducationORteachersignature(Ms.Tillinghast).Selectionisbased onstudents’pastagriculturalexperience.Acceptancemaybebasedonstudents’gradeleveldue tospaceavailability.

Inthiscourse,studentsstudyadvancedconceptsandexplorecareersdealingwithplantscience, soilscienceandlandscapedesign Studentscoverinformationintheclassroomandutilizethe school’snewandinnovativegreenhouseforlabwork UnitsofinstructionincludeFFAadvanced horticulturecareers,universityandcollegehorticulturaldegrees,hydroponics/aquaculture (using state-of-the-arttanksforgrowingTilapia),biotechnology,advanceduseofstimulants,retardants, rootinghormones,andbiologicalcontrolofpests Studentsalsostudyplantidentification, landscapedesignandarchitecture,interiorplant-scapingdesign,greenhouseconstruction,turf management,entomology,chemicalsafetyandrecordkeeping Thiscourserequiresvarious in-classfieldtripswithnumeroushands-onactivities.

Fee:FFAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.(Duesare$40.)

Prerequisite:IntroductiontoHorticultureORteachersignature(MsTillinghast).Selectionis basedonstudents’pastagriculturalexperience.Acceptancemaybebasedonstudents’grade levelduetospaceavailability.

HorticulturalScienceIIisdesignedasacontinuationandexpansionofHorticulturalScienceI Studentsstudyadvancedconceptsandexplorecareersdealingwithplantscience,soilscienceand landscapedesign Studentscoverinformationintheclassroomandutilizetheschool’snewand innovativegreenhouseforlabwork.UnitsofinstructionincludeFFA,advancedhorticultural careers,universityandcollegehorticulturaldegrees,hydroponics/aquaculture(using state-of-the-arttanksforgrowingTilapia),biotechnology,advanceduseofstimulants,retardants, rootinghormones,andbiologicalcontrolofpests Studentsalsostudyplantidentification, landscapedesignandarchitecture,interiorplant-scapingdesign,greenhouseconstruction,turf management,entomology,chemicalsafetyandrecordkeeping.Thiscourserequiresvarious in-classfieldtripswithnumeroushands-onactivities,withmultiplefloraldesignprojectsranging fromcorsagestowreaths

Fee:FFAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.(Duesare$40.)

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NurseryLandscapeand Design

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:GreenhouseManagementandFloralDesignORteachersignature(Ms. Tillinghast).Selectionisbasedonstudents’pastagriculturalexperience.Acceptancemaybe basedonstudents’gradelevelduetospaceavailability.

ThiscourseisheldinconjunctionwithGreenhouseManagementandFloralDesignandis designedasacapstoneexperience,allowingthemtotakeanextrastepwithinthehorticulture industry Thestudentsapplywhattheyhavelearnedtoclassprojectsandcampusand community-wideserviceopportunities;studentsalsovolunteertheirservicesatlocal horticulturebusinesses,allowingthemtogainexperiencewithinthe industry thatcanbe appliedaftergraduation Inadditiontocoursework,studentshavetheoptiontotakeanonline HorticulturecourseofferedthroughOklahomaStateUniversity ThecourseutilizesVirtual SchoolforexamsandtheHorticultureClassroomGreenhousefortheweeklylabs Thestudent enrolledinthecorrespondencecoursewillberesponsibleforthetuition,whichwillbe determinedclosertothefallsemester.Uponsuccessfulcompletionofthecourse,thestudent willearn3collegesciencecredits

Fee:FFAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.(Duesare$40.)

After-Hours Courses

After-hoursclassesareprovidedtogivestudentsadditionalacademicopportunities Theseclassesmeetdailyandthecurriculum, attendancerequirements,behaviorexpectations,andcreditearnedarethesameasclassesthatmeetduringtheregularschoolday.A minimumnumberofstudentsmustpre-enrollforclassestobeoffered

AfterSchoolClasses

AdvancedPlacementSeminar7th Hour

AdvancedPlacementResearch7th Hour

AdvancedResearch7th Hour

BusinessEducationhastwoobjectives:

Business Courses

1. To provide students with a thorough understanding oftheorganization,functions,methodsandsocialsignificanceofthe Americansystemofbusinessenterprise.Emphasisisalsoplacedonmanagingpersonalaffairs.

2. To develop proficiency in skills forinitialemploymentorforpersonaluse.AlthoughJenksstudentscanacquirebusiness information and develop business skills sufficient to qualify for entry-level positions in offices, the majority do not expect to enter directly into their vocation upon graduation from Jenks High School Special emphasis, therefore, is placed on understanding those fundamental principles which provide an excellent background not only for more specializedbusinesstrainingatthecollegelevelbutalsoforpracticalpersonaluse

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IntroductiontoBusiness UsingTechnology

Grades:10,11,12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

110210

AccountingI

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

110220

AccountingII

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

110311

ComputerApplicationsI

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

110321

ComputerApplicationsII

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

110411

MoneyManagementand Investing

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

110521

AdvancedEconomics

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

IntroductiontoBusinessisapracticalcourse,usefultoanystudent,whether business-orientedorotherwise Thecoursecoversthesemajorareas:Americanenterprise anditsrelationshiptothebusinesssector,moneyandbanking,advertising,thestock market,insuranceprograms,incometax,wiseuseofcredit,consumerism,andbudgeting Manyoutsideresourcesareusedthroughoutthecourse(booklets,pamphlets,studyguides, newspapers,magazines).Guestspeakersarefrequentlyinvitedtosharewiththeclasses.

Thiscourseexploresbasicprinciplesofaccountingbystudyingsourcedocuments,journalsand ledgers Studentslearnaccuratepreparationofworksheets,incomestatements,statementsof changesin owner’s equity, balancesheets,adjustingandclosingentries.Thecomplete accountingcycleiscovered Otherareasofconcentrationincludecheckbookandbanking procedures,payrollaccounting,accountingforbaddebts,andaccountingfordepreciationof fixedassets Thecoursecoversdata-processingsystemsastheyapplytobasicaccounting procedures Thisclassistaughtinacomputerlab,therefore,studentswillbeintroducedto Peachtree8.0andQuicken.Accountinglaysthegroundworkforbeginningaccountingclasses requiredonthecollegelevelforbusinessmajors

Prerequisite:CompletionofonefullyearofAccountingI

ThiscourseisdesignedforthosestudentswhohavecompletedAccountingI Thecourse includesa reviewoftheaccountingcycle,purchasesandcashpayments,salesandcash receipts,plantassetsanddepreciation,inventoriesandnotespayableandreceivables

Thiscourseisdesignedtohelpstudentsgetofftoafaststartwithbusinessapplicationsthat requirelearningsoftwareapplicationstoproduceavarietyofreal-worldbusinessdocuments Thecourseintroducesstudentstothebasicskills,principles,techniques,technology,and attitudesnecessaryforsuccessintoday’sfast-pacedbusinessworld.Studentsreceive comprehensivetraininginseveralbusinessapplicationsusingMicrosoftOffice365aswell astheGoogleappsportfolioofproducts Step-by-stepexercisesteachstudentsnecessary WordandExcelskills StudentslearnskillsandconceptscoveredbyMicrosoftOffice Specialist(MOS)certification

Thiscourseisdesignedtohelpstudentsgetofftoafaststartwithbusinessapplicationsthat requirelearningsoftwareapplicationsinordertoproduceavarietyofreal-worldbusiness documents.Thecourseintroducesstudentstothebasicskills,principles,techniques, technology,andattitudesnecessaryforsuccessintoday’sfast-pacedbusinessworld Students receivecomprehensivetraininginanumberofbusinessapplicationsusingMicrosoftOffice 365 Step-by-stepexercisesteachstudentsnecessaryAccessandPowerPointskills Students learntheskillsandconceptscoveredbyMicrosoftOfficeSpecialist(MOS)certification

Prerequisite:FinancialLiteracyorAdvancedEconomics

ThisisafollowupcoursetoFinancialLiteracyandexploresfinancialconceptsastheyapplyto smallinvestors,includingforming,operatingandsucceedinginportfoliodevelopment.This courseisanexplorationofinvestmentpurchases,portfoliodesign,capitalassetpricingtheoryand marketevaluation Thetimevalueoffundsalongwithinflationaryordeflationarytrendsare addressed Thispreparesstudentsformanagingtheirowninvestmentsandpursuingafinance/ businessdegreeattheundergraduatelevel Thiscourseintegrateslegal,accounting,andfinancial issuesofconcernforsmallinvestors.Portfoliotheoryisemphasizedthroughoutthiscourse.Akey activityforthiscourseisastockmarketexercise.

ThiscourseisageneralexplorationoftheforcesthatshapeandpropeltheUnitedStates economy Thisoverviewofeconomicsplaceslessemphasisoncalculationoreconomicfactors Studentsdiscussandworkwithallmarketandproducttopicstounderstandpersonal,national, andinternationalmonetaryforces Thestudentsaddressalargevarietyoftopicsincludingthe profitprocess,competition,andefficiencyinbothbusinessesandmarkets

Note:ThiscourseservesasanexcellentpreparationforAdvancedPlacementEconomics (Micro/Macro).

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110530

AdvancedPlacement Economics

(Micro/Macro)

Grades:11,12

2semesters–1credit

110611

BusinessandPersonal LawI

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

110621

BusinessandPersonal

LawII

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

110631

BusinessandPersonal LawIII

Grades:11,12

1semester-½credit

110641

BusinessandPersonal LawIV

Grades:11,12

1semester-½credit

Thiscourseisdesignedtogivestudentsathoroughknowledgeandunderstandingof economicprinciplesthatapplytothefunctionsofindividualconsumersandproducerswithin alargereconomicsystem(microeconomics)aswellaseconomicsystemsasawhole (macroeconomics) Withintheconfinesofmicroeconomicconceptualprinciplesofsupply anddemand,productioncostsandcompetition,factormarkets,imperfectcompetition, and marketfailure,andtheroleofgovernmentareanalyzedanddiscussedthroughgraphic modelingandinterpretation.Themacroeconomicconceptsincludeeconomicindicatorsand businesscycles,nationalincomeandpricedetermination,thefinancialsector,long-run consequencesofstabilizationpolicies,andopeneconomics(tradeandfinance)arediscussed andanalyzedthroughgraphicmodelsandinterpretation Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacement examforcollegecreditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentof approximately$95.Discountsapplyiftakingmorethanoneexam.

Businesslawisapreviewcourseforstudentsinterestedinlaw,aswellasapracticalcourse whichprovidesinformationthatcanbeusedbyallstudentsintheirdailylives Majorareas ofstudyincludethesourcesofUnitedStateslaw,theUnitedStateslegalsystem,trial procedures,evidence,contracts,andconsumerandemployeerights Legalterminologyis emphasizedthroughoutthecourse.Studentsalsogaininvaluableinsightthroughguest speakersandfieldtrips.

Thiscourseisdesignedforthosestudentswhohavecompletedonesemesterofbusiness lawandhavefurtherinterestinthestudyoflaw,eitherasaconsumerorinalawcareer Focusingupontrialprocedure,studentscontinuetodevelopvaluablecommunicationskills throughparticipationinatleastthreemocktrialscrimmagesandonemocktrial,events sponsoredbytheOklahomaBarAssociation.Legalterminologycontinuestobe emphasizedthroughoutthecourse.Uponcompletionofthemocktrialseason,studentswill broadentheirfocusfromtheunitscompletedinBusinessLawI

Prerequisite:BusinessLawIandIIwithagradeof“C”orbetter

Thiscourseisdesignedforstudentswhohaveaninterestinfurtheringtheirlawstudiesby participationinasecondmocktrialexperience.Inadditiontomocktrial,studentswill researchandreportononelawrelatedsubjectandarrangeforoutsideresourcesforsharing informationwiththeirclass.

Prerequisite:BusinessLawIIIwithagradeof“C”orbetter

Thiscourseisdesignedforstudentswhohaveaninterestinfurtheringtheirlawstudiesby participationinathirdmocktrialexperience.Inadditiontomocktrial,studentswillresearch andreportononelaw-relatedsubjectandarrangeforoutsideresourcesforsharing informationwiththeirclass

College

Preparation Courses

AVIDelectivesandconcurrentenrollmentinareacollegesaretwoadditionalwaysstudentscanprepareforadmissionandsuccess incollegeand/orbegintoearncollegecredits

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AVIDI

(AdvancementVia Individual Determination)

Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

113020

AVIDII

(AdvancementVia Individual Determination)

Grades:10

2semesters-1credit

113030 AVIDIII

(AdvancementVia Individual Determination)

Grades:11

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:AcceptancefromAVIDSiteCoordinatorthroughapplicationandinterviewprocess.

TheAVIDIelectiveclasspreparesstudentsforadmissionandsuccessinfour-yearcollegesand universities Studentsreceiveinstructioninwriting,inquiry,collaboration,andreadingstrategies inadditiontonote-takingandorganizationalskillsthatarenecessaryforsuccessinrigorous courses.Participationinthiscourseprovidesopportunitiestobuildleadershipskillsthrough groupactivities.Studentswillberequiredtoenrollincourseswhichmeetthecollegepreparatory diplomatrackandDistinguishedGraduate;andtakeadvancedcoursesasappropriateinaddition totheAVIDelectiveclass

Prerequisite:CompletionofAVIDIorAcceptancefromAVIDSiteCoordinatorthroughapplication andinterviewprocess.

TheAVIDIIelectiveclasspreparesstudentsforadmissionandsuccessinfour-yearcollegesand universities Studentsreceiveinstructioninwriting,inquiry,collaboration,andreadingstrategiesin additiontonote-takingandorganizationalskillsthatarenecessaryforsuccessinrigorouscourses.

AVIDIIstudentsenrollinatleastoneadvancedoradvancedplacementcourseinadditiontotheAVID IIelectiveandplanonworkingtowardsfulfillingrequirementsforbothDistinguishedGraduateand DistinguishedServiceGraduate Tutorsguidestudentsthroughcollaborativeseminarsduringthe AVIDclasstosupportstudentsuccessinallcoursesandstudentsprepareforthoseseminarsbytaking notesinallclassesandpreparinghigher-levelthinkingquestionsforstudent-initiatedinquiry.

Prerequisite:CompletionofAVIDIIorAcceptancefromAVIDSiteCoordinatorthroughapplication andinterviewprocess.

TheAVIDIIIelectiveclasspreparesstudentsforadmissionandsuccessinfour-yearcollegesand universities.Studentsreceiveinstructioninwriting,inquiry,collaboration,andreadingstrategiesin additiontonote-takingandorganizationalskillsthatarenecessaryforsuccessinrigorouscourses ThiscourseincludesanemphasisonsuccessfultestingstrategiesforexamssuchasthePSATand ACT AVIDIIIstudentsenrollinatleastoneadvancedoradvancedplacementcourseinadditionto theAVIDelectiveandcontinueworkingtowardsfulfillingrequirementsforbothDistinguished GraduateandDistinguishedServiceGraduate.Tutorsguidestudentsthroughcollaborativeseminars duringtheAVIDclasstosupportstudentsuccessinallcoursesandstudentsprepareforthoseseminars bytakingnotesinallclassesandpreparinghigher-levelthinkingquestionsforstudent-initiated inquiry

113040

AVIDIV (AdvancementVia Individual Determination)

Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

316211

StudentSuccess Strategies

Grades:9

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:CompletionofAVIDIIIorAcceptancefromAVIDSiteCoordinatorthroughapplication andinterviewprocess.

TheAVIDIVelectiveclasspreparesstudentsforadmissiontoandsuccessinafour-yearcollegeor university StudentsreceiveinstructioninACTpreparation,collegereadinessandtheadmissions process,scholarshipsearchesandskillsnecessaryforacademicsuccessafterhighschool.AVIDIV studentsenrollinappropriateadvancedplacementoradvancedcoursesinadditiontotheAVIDIV elective TutorsguidestudentsthroughcollaborativeseminarsduringtheAVIDclasstosupport studentsuccessinallcoursesandstudentsprepareforthoseseminarsbytakingnotesinallclassesand preparinghigher-levelthinkingquestionsforstudent-initiatedinquiry

Thiselectivepreparesstudentsforrigorouscourseworkinhighschoolandbeyond Emphasisis placedondevelopingskillsintimemanagement,organization,academicreadingandwriting,and oralcommunication.Studentssetshort-andlong-termgoalsandengageinfocusednote-taking, criticalthinkingtechniques,andstudystrategies.

Computer Science Courses

Thesecoursesprovideopportunitiesforallstudentstobecomeawareoftheimportanceofcomputers,tolearnwhatcomputerscan andcannotdo,andtousecomputersastoolsforlearning

313010
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111110

Introductionto Programming

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

181530

FundamentalsofWeb Design

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

181500

MultimediaandImage Management Techniques

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

111210

AdvancedPlacement ComputerScienceA

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

111310

AdvancedPlacement ComputerScience

Principles

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:AlgebraIandGeometry

Thiscourseintroducesprogrammingconceptsusingtheprimaryprogramminglanguagesused willbeVisualBasicandJava Studentsdesignformsandwriteprogramsthatusecontrol statements,loops,andsubroutines

Required:CompletedTulsaTechnologyapplication.(Applyonlineatwww.tulsatech.edu/applyby completingtheApplyforAdmissionsectionoftheform.Forthisprogram,studentsdonotneedto completetheotherapplicationsections.)

Thiscourseexposesstudentstofundamentalknowledgeandskillsutilizedinthewebdesignfield.This courseexploresvariousapplicationsofHTML5andCascadingStyleSheets(CSS)tohelpstudentscreate visuallyappealingwebsites.OnceHTML5foundationskillsareachieved,studentsvalidateHTML5and CSScode,andutilizesoftwareandgraphicsprogramstoapplydesignprinciples.Studentsdeveloptheir ownwebpagesordesignawebsiteforanon-profitorganization.

Note:Studentsmayhaveanopportunitytoearnanindustry-alignedcertification.Thiscourseis taughtatJenksHighSchoolbyTulsaTechnologyCenterasapartoftheFoundationsofWebDesign program.

Required:CompletedTulsaTechnologyapplication.(Applyonlineatwww.tulsatech.edu/applyby completingtheApplyforAdmissionsectionoftheform.Forthisprogram,studentsdonotneedto completetheotherapplicationsections.)

Inthiscoursestudentsacquirefundamentalskillsinimagecreationandmanagementproceduresand techniquesastheycreate,revise,optimize,andexportgraphicsforvideo,print,andwebpublishing. StudentsbecomeproficientintheuseofAdobeCreativeCloudApplications(PhotoshopandIllustrator) designedtocreategraphicallyrichandintuitivewebsites,productionsandpublications,andgraphics.

Note:Studentsmayhaveanopportunitytoearnanindustry-alignedcertification.Thiscourseis taughtatJenksHighSchoolbyTulsaTechnologyCenterasapartoftheFoundationsofWebDesign program.

Prerequisite:Teacherapproval

ThiscourseintroducestheprogramminglanguageinJava Thecoursealsofollowsthe guidelinesforAdvancedPlacementComputerScienceasestablishedbytheCollegeBoard StudentslearnaboutbasicJavastructure,classes,functions,etc Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollege creditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyif takingmorethanoneexam.

Prerequisite:Teacherapproval

Thiscourseoffersamultidisciplinaryapproachtoteachingtheunderlyingprinciplesofcomputationand introducesstudentstothecreativeaspectsofprogramming,abstractions,algorithms,largedatasets,the Internet,cybersecurityconcerns,andcomputingimpacts.Studentscanusetechnologytoaddress real-worldproblemsandbuildrelevantsolutions.Together,theseaspectsofthecoursemakeuparigorous andrichcurriculumthataimstobroadenparticipationincomputerscience.Thecoursealsointroduces studentstothecentralideasofcomputerscience,toinstillideasandpracticesofcomputationalthinking, andtohavestudentsengageinactivitiesthatshowhowcomputingchangestheworld.Thecourseis rigorousandrichincomputationalcontent,includescomputationalandcriticalthinkingskills,and engagesstudentsinthecreativeaspectsofthefield.Studentswilllearnthefollowingseven“bigideas” basedontheCollegeBoard’sComputerSciencePrincipleslearningobjectives:1.Creativity.2. Abstraction.3.DataandInformation.4.Algorithms.5.programming.6.TheInternet.7.GlobalImpact.

Fee:Studentshavetheopportunitytotakethecorrespondingadvancedplacementexamforcollege creditfromparticipatingschoolsatacosttothestudentofapproximately$95.Discountsapplyif takingmorethanoneexam.

Note:GradesforthiscourseareweightedlikeanAPcoursewhencalculatingValedictoriansand Salutatorians.

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111410

Advanced Programming Concepts

Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Teacherapproval

ThiscourseisdesignedforstudentswhohavecompletedAPComputerScienceA Inthis advancedlevelcourse,topicsincludeformalmethodsforsoftwaredesignanddevelopment, softwaredevelopmentlifecycle,emergingdesignanddevelopmentapproaches, component-basedsoftwaredevelopment,useofrelationaldatabasemanagementsystems (DBMS),overviewofqueryprocessingandtransactionmanagement,andtools,techniques,and managementcontrolsfordevelopmentandmaintenanceoflargesoftwaresystems.

Note:ThiscourseisweightedlikeanAPcourseandwillcounttowardValedictorianand Salutatorianrecognitions.

311511

IntroductiontoSTEM

Grade:9

1semester–½credit

311531

STEMinArt, Communications,and Broadcasting

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester–½credit

311521

STEMinRobotics, Engineering,and AlternativeEnergy

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester–½credit

311591

AdvancedProjectsin STEM

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester–½credit

112010

CompetitiveeSports Grades:9,10,11,12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

ThiscourseallowsstudentstoexploreseveralareasofSTEM(science,technology, engineering,andmathematics)throughfacilitatedandself-directedlearning Studentsdesign projects,testhypotheses,engageinproblem-solving,andreflectontheirprogressandwork habitsastheylearn21stCenturytechnologyskills.Topicsincludemechanicsandstructures, computergraphics,scienceanddataacquisition,mediaproduction,alternativeandrenewable energy,robotics,basiccircuitry,andcoding

Note:SuccessfulcompletionofJenksMiddleSchoolSTEMExplorationisnotrequired.

Prerequisite:Successfulcompletionof311511-IntroductiontoSTEM

ThiscourseisacontinuationofIntroductiontoSTEMandallowsstudentstoexplorefurther topicsrelatedtoGraphics,PublishingandMedia,ComputerSimulation,andBroadcasting Media.Thiscoursefacilitatesstudentintereststhroughproject-based,self-directedlearning. TheBroadcastMediaequipmentwillbeusedtocreatestudent-ledprogramsandteachtechnical skillsrelatedtorunningabroadcastshow Greenscreen,teleprompter,digitalmediaediting software,anddualcamerasaresomeofthetechnologiesutilizedinthisclass Gradesarebased onprojectcyclesandstudentpresentationsattheendofeachcycle

Prerequisite:Successfulcompletionof311511-IntroductiontoSTEM

ThiscourseisacontinuationofIntroductiontoSTEMandallowsstudentstoexplorefurther topicsrelatedtoMechanics,ScienceandDataAcquisition,AlternativeandRenewableEnergy, RoboticsandControlTechnology,andCircuitry Thiscoursefacilitatesstudentinterests throughproject-based,self-directedlearning Equipmentandtechnologyusedinthiscourse includeEV3LegoMindstormssets,TXTRoboProFischertechnikroboticssets,MakeyMakey, SnapCircuits,Wind,SolarandHydrogenFueledCellVehicles,andVernierSensors.Gradesare basedonprojectcycles,andstudentpresentationswillbegivenattheendofeachcycle.Grades arebasedonprojectcyclesandstudentpresentationsattheendofeachcycle.

Prerequisite:ApprovalofapplicationtoAdvancedProjectsSTEMteacher ProjectsSTEMallowsstudentstocreateprojectsrelatingtoseveralareasofSTEM(science, technology,engineeringandmathematics)throughfacilitatedandself-directedlearning AdvancedProjectsSTEMrequiresstudentstodivedeeperintothecontentinvolvedwiththeir projectsandasksstudentstoextendtheirlearningthroughresearch-baseddiscoveries.students designprojects,testhypotheses,engageindataacquisitionandanalysisrelatedtolong-term projectsandsharetheresultswiththeclass TopicsincludeMechanicsandStructures, ComputerGraphics,ScienceandDataAcquisition,PublishingandMedia,Alternativeand RenewableEnergy,RoboticsandControlTechnology,Circuitry,andComputerSimulation

CompetitiveeSportshas,asitsgoal,thetaskofestablishingandmaintaininganoutstanding programforthestudentsitserves.TheprimaryobjectiveofCompetitiveeSportsistoprovide wholesomeopportunitiesforstudentstoestablisheffectivecommunication,personalandteam responsibility,establishteamrolesandcooperation,goalsetting,goalmanagement,andgoal fulfillment AstudentmayenrollinCompetitiveeSportsandreceive½creditforeachsemester ofparticipation Studentsmustenrollbygame,ee,Valorant,LeagueofLegends,Smash BrothersUltimate,RocketLeague,etc.Studentsshouldenrollbythenumberofthegamein whichtheywillbeenrolledatthebeginningofthesemester.Astudentmaynotenrollinto

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CompetitiveeSportswithoutthecoachesapproval. ThiscoursedoesnotcountforaFineArtsorComputerSciencecred 113300

TechSupport Internship

Grades:9,10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

111151

ComputerEngineering Hardware

Grades:10,11,12

1Semester-½credit

111161

ComputerEngineering Software

Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

Prerequisite:CompletedTSIApplicationfoundon Classlink orthroughthecounseling office.

Thiscoursepreparesstudentstointeractwithindividualsprovidingfirst-linetechnicalsupport resolvinggeneraldeviceproblems.Studentsaretrainedtoassistschoolemployeesandstudents bytroubleshootinghardwareandsoftwareissues,supportingnewtechnologies,andrepairing devicesinahands-onclassatmosphere Studentsgainanunderstandingofhowahelpdesk functionsandtheroleofcustomerserviceintoday'sworldoftechnology Itishighly recommendedthatstudentshavetakenatleastoneothercomputerclass Thiscoursemaybe repeated

Thiscoursegoesbeyondprogrammingtoincludeengineeringmethodologiesandhands-on projectexperiencefocusingoncomputerhardwaredesign Computerhardwaredesigninvolves logicdesign,digitalelectronics,computerarchitecture,andintegratedcircuitdesign The curriculumintegrateslogicconceptsandpracticeusingthelatestdevelopmentsinemerging technologiesandcomputersystemsapplicationstoprovidestudentswithbasicunderstanding

Thiscoursegoesbeyondprogrammingtoincludeengineeringmethodologiesandhands-on projectexperiencefocusingonsoftware Coursetopicsincludecomputersoftwaredesignand implementation,introductiontoprogramminginPython,computation,networkcommunication, andBigdata Applicationsofgeneral-purposeandapplication-specificprocessorsinvarious disciplinesofengineeringandengineeringproblem-solving.

Family

and Consumer Science Courses

FamilyandConsumerSciencecoursesprovidestudentswithopportunitiestoexpandtheirleadershippotentialanddevelopskills necessaryinthehomeandworkplace Thecoursesalsodevelopknowledge,skills,attitudesandbehaviorsneededfor

● Strengtheningthewell-beingofindividualsandfamiliesacrossthelifespan

● Managingresourcestomeettheneedsofindividualsandfamilies

● Balancingpersonal,home,family,andworklives

● Appreciatinghumanworthandacceptingresponsibilityforone’sactionsinfamily andwork-life

● Becomingresponsiblecitizensandleadersinfamilies,communities,andworkplaces. Usingcriticalandcreativethinkingskillstoaddressdiversefamily,community,and workenvironments

● Enhancingintellectualdevelopmentandmaximizingpotential FCCLA,Family,Career&CommunityLeadersofAmericaisadynamic&effectivenationalstudentorganizationwiththe familyasitscentralfocus TheJenksFCCLAchapterhelpsyouthbecomestrongleadersandaddressimportantpersonal,family, work,andsocietalissues.TheJenksFCCLAchapterisoneofthemostactiveinthestateandnation,withmanystudentsserving asdistrictandstateofficersaswellasbeingrecognizedforcompetitiveeventsandnationalprograms.

Note:Studentsareencouragedtojoinandtoparticipateintheyouthorganization,FamilyCareerandCommunityLeaders ofAmerica(FCCLA).Chaptermembershipduesare$30.

Family and Consumer Science Courses

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FamilyandConsumer ScienceBasics

Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

184740

FoodPreparationand NutritionI

Grades:11,12

2semesters–1credit

Thiscoursegeneratesknowledgeandskillsinchilddevelopment,clothingandtextiles,consumer education,foodandnutrition,housingandhomefurnishings,careerexploration,andpersonaland familyrelationships.Thisclassisforstudentswhoenjoyhands-onactivitiesandexperiences.Projects includefoodpreparation,asimplesewingproject,careerportfoliodevelopment,job-shadowing,and childdevelopmentexperience

Fee:FCCLAChaptermembershipisencouraged.Duesare$30.

Thestudyofnutritionandtherelationshipoffoodtopersonallivingarethemainfocusareasofthis course.Activitiesincludethestudyofnutrientsneededforoptimumhealth,foodselection,theuseofsmall andlargekitchenequipment,mealplanning,andfoodpreparation.FoodLabsgenerallyincludesmoothies, quickbreads,pasta,pizza,salads,soups,meats,desserts,foreignandseasonalfoods.Secondsemester topicsincludemorecomplexconceptsinfoodsandnutritionincludingastudyofinternationalandcultural foods,menuplanningforspecialdiets,specificfoodpreparationssuchasbakingandcatering,andtheuse ofadvancedkitchenequipment.Labswillincludesauces,baking,advancedlabswithmeatandpoultryand yeastbreads.

Fee:FCCLAChaptermembershipisencouraged.Duesare$30.

184130

FashionDesign

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

184520

FamilyandConsumer ScienceLeadership andManagement

Grades:11,12

2semesters–1credit

184700

Adulting101

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

184710

ChildDevelopment

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Thiscourseprovidesstudentswiththemostcurrentinformationaboutthebasicconceptsandbusiness aspectsoffashionmarketingandmerchandising.Thecourseteachespracticalclothingconstructionskills fromhandsewingtousingtheembroidery/sewingmachines.Studentsstudywardrobeplanning,textiles, fabriccontent,andpatternmaking.Studentslearnaboutcareersinfashion,retail,marketing,merchandising, andfashionpromotion.Thisclasswillincludeextensivesewinglabsandmajordesignprojects.

Fee:FCCLAChaptermembershipisencouraged.Duesare$30.Studentswillberequiredtopurchase sewingsuppliesandfabricforprojects(costvariesbasedonstudentchoiceofproject).Scholarshipsare available

Prerequisite:Anapplicationisrequiredtoenrollinthiscourse.ItcanbeobtainedfromaFACS teacher.

Thiscourseisdesignedtobroadenastudent’sleadershipabilities.Studentsstudyleadershipand managementaptitudetobeusedinemployment,community,and/orvolunteersettings.Thiscourse providestheopportunitytodevelopskillssuchascooperation,effectivecommunication,howtomanage conflict,decisionmaking,andproblem-solving.Studentsgainskillsintheareasofpersonal, group/organizational,andcommunity/publicpolicyleadershipprofessionswithanopportunityforfield observations.StudentleadershipthroughFamily,CareerandCommunityLeadersofAmerica(FCCLA)is anintegralpartofthiscourse.StudentswillalsobecomefamiliarwiththeCollegeofHumanSciencesat OklahomaStateUniversityendingwithatourofthecollege.

Fee:FCCLAChaptermembershipisencouraged.Duesare$30.

Scaredofgrowingupandbeingonyourown?Thiscoursehelpsstudentsbepreparedfor independentlifeaftergraduation Studentslearnavarietyofobjectivesincludingsoftskills,resume building,self-defense,andfirstaid Youwilllearnhowtofosterqualityrelationships,howtobudget, andstepsofbuying/rentingahome Studentsalsoengageinlabswheretheylearnsimplecooking techniques,basicsewingskills,andsimulationsforchildcare Theobjectiveofthiscourseisto preparestudentsformultipleadultroles.

Fee:FCCLAChaptermembershipisencouraged.Duesare$30.

Thiscourseincludesinformationonprenataldevelopment,birthanddelivery,andmanagementofparenting responsibilities. Itfocusesonthephysical,emotional,socialandintellectualdevelopmentofthechildfrom birthtoagesixandincludestrainingandpreparationforcaringforaninfant. Shorteducationalvideoswill beviewedtosupplementinformationonbirthing,growthanddevelopmentalstages.Activitiesinclude observationsandinteractionsattheEarlyLearningCenter,creatingachildren'sbookusingcurrent technology,planningage-appropriatechildren'sactivitiesanda2-dayassignmentwithacomputerizedbaby. Studentswillfocusattentiononhealthandsafety,CPR,earlychildhoodeducationlessonplanningand careeropportunitiesrelatedtochildren. Thisisanexcellentcourseforstudentswhoareinterestedingaining experienceandcertificationstoworkwithchildren.

Fee:FCCLAChaptermembershipisencouraged.Duesare$30.

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HousingandInterior Design

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Thiscourseenablesstudentstoexploretheircreativityinthefieldofinterior designandarchitecture Studentsstudyarchitecturalstyles,planinteriors,exploreroomarrangements,studyinfluencesonthe housingindustry,andidentifytheprinciplesandstepsforbuying/rentingahome. Duringthisclass, studentsconstructmodelhomes,designcomputerprogramfloorplans,andendwiththecreationof threeroomsasiftheyaretheinteriordesigner Fee:FCCLAChaptermembershipisencouraged.Duesare$30.

Leadership Opportunities

Thesecoursesofferleadershipdevelopmentthroughlearningaboutleadershiptraitscombinedwithpracticalleadershipexperience. Note:Studentscanonlyparticipateinoneofthefollowing: OfficeEducation,SeniorInstructionalStudentLeader,andStudentBodyLeadership

313111 Foundationsof

Leadership Grades:9

1semester-½credit

113120

StudentBody

Leadership

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

113130

Educationofthe

ExceptionalChild Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

113140

Educationofthe

ExceptionalChildII

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

113211

Leadership1 Grades:10,11,12

1semester-½credit

113221

Leadership2 Grades:10,11,12

Studentswilllearnaboutdifferentleadershipstyleswhilehavingfunorganizingprojectand engaginginteam-buildingactivities Thisclasswillmakeuseoffieldtripsandfrequentguest speakersfromthecommunity Thisisanexcellentclassforanyonewantingtobuildtheirleadership skills,solveproblemsusinginnovationandcreativethinking,collaboratewithothersandwith communityleaders,andlearnhowtogetthingsdone Thisclasswillprepareleadersforvarious situations,fromcareers,business,sports,extracurricularactivities,andclubstopoliticalleadership inthestudentbodyorcommunityatlarge

Prerequisite:StudentCouncilOfficer,ClassOfficer,ClubOfficer,StudentCouncilMemberApprovedapplication

Apracticalandhands-oncourseinstudentleadershipwherestudentsstudyleadershipdevelopment throughclassroomdiscussionandexecutionofevents Thisclassisforstudentswhodesireto improveschoolcommunication,spirit(dancesandpeprallies),philanthropyandschoolculture.This courseconsistsoffourcommittees:schooloutreach,communityoutreach,communityconnections andevents

Prerequisite:ApprovedApplication

Studentslearnteachingskills,values,careeroptionsandadvocacyskillsinthefieldofspecial andregulareducation Requirementsincludeoneperiodofpeertutoringperdayinaspecialor regulareducationclassroom,weeklyreadingsandwrittenassignmentsinvolvingteaching techniques,behaviormanagement,advocacyandrelatedissuesdealingwithspecialeducation.

Prerequisite:ApprovedApplication

Studentscontinuetolearnteachingskills,values,careeroptionsandadvocacyskillsinthefield ofspecialandregulareducation Requirementsincludeoneperiodofpeertutoringperdayina specialorregulareducationclassroomaswellaskeepingajournalofteachingexperiences

Anintroductorycourseinleadershipforstudentswhodesiretolearnaboutbeingeffectiveleaders Thecourseinvolvesin-classreading,classdiscussion,groupwork,groupactivities,andthinking aboutwhoyouareasapersonandwhereyouwanttogowithyourlife Studentsdescribetheclass asanexciting,challengingcoursethatwillreallyputyouintouchwithyourself Fee:TextandRopesCoursefeeofapproximately$50. (Assistanceisavailableifneededforthe cost.)

Prerequisite:Leadership1

Thesecondsemesterintheleadershipsequencecontinuesthestudyofvariousleadershiparticleswith thefocusofmovingfromyourpersonallifetohowyouinteractwithotherpeople Theclassemphasis willbeondiscussion,activities,videos,andgroupwork,andongettinginvolvedinschooland

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1semester-½credit communityservicetohaveapositiveinfluenceonpeopleandorganizations Lotsofsmallgroupwork increativeproblemsolvinganddevelopingnewideasoccursduringthesemester Fee:RopesCoursefeeofapproximately$50. (Assistanceisavailableifneededforthecost.)

113231

OfficeEducationI 113241

OfficeEducationII

Grades:11,12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

113271

SeniorInstructional

StudentLeader 113281

SeniorInstructional StudentLeader

Grades:12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

113290 ProfessionalStudies Internship Grades:12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

Prerequisites:3.0GPAandacompletedOfficeEducationEnrollmentForm

Thiscourseisdesignednotonlytoteachthebasicskillsofanofficeassistant,butalsotogivethe studenttheopportunitytoberesponsibleforactualworkinanofficesituation Thestudent receivestheofficeskillassignmentsviaanindependentstudypacketprovidedatthebeginningof thesemester

Prerequisites:Completeapplicationandselectionprocess.

Thiscourseisdesignedtoallowseniorstotakeonleadershiproleswithinclassrooms Seniors willpartnerwithaclassroomteachertoaidinvariousinstructionalactivitieswhichmayinclude individualtutoring,facilitatedsmall-groupwork,preparationofmaterials,designofenrichment activities,leadingdiscussionsoreventeachingmini-lessons Studentsmeetwiththeirpartner teacheronceaweek,outsideofschoolforplanningandcollaboratingactivities

Prerequisites:CompletedapplicationturnedintoCareerCoordinator’sOffice

TheProfessionalStudiesinternshipisdesignedtoassiststudentsincareerfocusareasandgaining valuableworkskills Theinternshipaidsasuccessfultransition toplansafterhighschooland providesstudentstheopportunitytoexploreacareerofinterestduringtheschoolday,thusleadingto moreinformedpost-graduationdecisions.Thiscourseoccasionallymeetsinaphysicalclassroom thoughmostoftenatthejobsite Studentsmustmaintainclosecommunicationwiththecoordinator viaCanvasandemailandareexpectedtoprovidetransportationtointernshipsitesiftheyarelocated offcampus

Marketing Education Courses

ThegoalofMarketingEducationatJenksHighSchoolistopreparestudentsforuniversity-leveleducationordirect-entry-level employmentinthebusinessworld Extendedlearningopportunitiesincludefieldtrips,guestspeakersandjobshadowing Anintegral partofthisprogramisthestudentorganization,DECA DECAencouragesstudentstodevelopskillsinleadership,communityservice, andcareerexploration MembershipintheDECAchapterisessentialtothesuccessofthestudentsintheprogram;DECAduesare $35(whichincludeslocal,state,andnationalduesandamembershipt-shirt.

186020

Marketing Fundamentals

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

186200

Entrepreneurship Awareness

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Acceptancemaybebasedonastudent'sgradelevelduetospaceavailability

Marketingisacoursedesignedtodevelopskillsandknowledgeneededtosucceedinmarketing, management,andsmallbusinessownership.Topicsincludemarketingfunctions,selling,advertising, promotion,selling,humanrelations,andintroductiontoeconomics.Thisclassalsoincorporatessoft skillsneededforemploymentsuccess: makingpresentations,designinginnovations,composing writtencommunications,takingleadershiproles,,makingsales,providingcustomerservice,andusing problem-solvingskills

Note:DECAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.DECAduesare$35.

Prerequisite:IntroductiontoMarketingcourse

Thiscourseintroducesstudentstotheconceptofentrepreneurship. Studentsacquireknowledgeof thenatureandscopeofentrepreneurshipandexploretherelationshipbetweenentrepreneurship, businessandmarketingskills,creativeinstincts,self-esteem/disciplineandindependence Career opportunitiesandpre-employmentskillsrequiredforsuccessintheareasofbusiness,marketing

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186160

Entrepreneurship Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

18602S Marketing Fundamentals-Sports Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

andmanagementareintroducedduringthiscourse.

Prerequisite:EntrepreneurshipAwarenessorMarketingFundamentals

Thiscourseengagesstudentsinthefundamentalconcepts,principlesandideasneededtounderstandthe basicsofentrepreneurshipinbusinessmanagement Studentsfocusontheseskills: developinga businessplan,identifyingmarketingneeds,understandinginsuranceconceptspertainingtobusiness, designinghowtomarketabusiness,maintainrecordsandcompleteaccountingprocesses,managing finances,integratingtechnologyintothebusinessfunctions,applyinglegal,ethicalandsocial obligationsandanalyzingthegrowthoftoday’smarketplace

Prerequisite:Acceptancemaybebasedonastudent'sgradelevelduetospaceavailability.

Thisuniqueandinnovativecourseisdesignedforstudentswithaninterestinthesportsandevent industry.Areasofstudyincludeselling,college,amateurandprofessionalsports,marketing products/servicesthroughsports,publicimages,advancingthecause,marketingentertainment, recreationmarketing,marketingplansandlegalissues Studentscreatetheirown“DreamTeams”and designtheirteam’sname,logo,stadiumdesign,concessions,teammerchandise,advertising,publicity, publicrelations,andeventmarketing. Thisclassincorporatessoftskillsneededforemployment success: makingpresentations,designinginnovations,composingwrittencommunications,taking leadershiproles, andusingproblemsolvingskills

Note:DECAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.DECAduesare$35.

18602F Marketing FundamentalsFashion Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

186060

Business Managementand

Supervision

Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Acceptancemaybebasedonastudent'sgradelevelduetospaceavailability. Thiscourseisdesignedtodeveloptheskillsandknowledgeneededtosucceedinthefashionindustry Studentswillstudy thefundamentalsoffashionandmarketingsuchasmarketingfunctions,fashion cycles,buying,preparingfortheapparelmarket,goingtotheapparelmarket,communications, merchandising,selling,display,advertising,economics,andhumanrelations Thisclassincorporates softskillsneededforemploymentsuccess: makingpresentations,designinginnovations,composing writtencommunications,takingleadershiproles,and usingproblem-solvingskills.

Note:DECAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.DECAduesare$35.

Prerequisite:MarketingFundamentals,MarketingFundamentals–Fashion,Marketing Fundamentals–Sports.Teacherapproval;Acceptancemaybebasedonthestudent'sgradeleveldue tospaceavailability.

BusinessManagementisthefinalcourseinthemarketingprogram Thiscourseinvolvesplanning, organizing,directing,andcontrollingtheuseofanorganization’sresourcestoeffectivelyand economicallyattainitsobjectives Students learntheartandscienceofmanagement andsupervision includingproblem solving,decisionmakingandworkingwithandthroughotherpeopletoaccomplish commongoals.Thisisaproject-orientedclasswithunitsonmarketingresearch,entrepreneurshipand investmentmarketing Thisclasswillincorporatesoftskillsneededforemploymentsuccess,ie, makingpresentations,developinginnovations,composingwrittencommunications,takingleadership, performingoperations,managementandresearch

Note:DECAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.DECAduesare$35.

18606S

Business Managementand Supervision–Sports

Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:MarketingFundamentals–Sports.Teacherapproval;Acceptancemaybebasedonthe student'sgradelevelduetospaceavailability

BusinessManagementandSupervision–SportsManagementisthecapstonecourseoftheSports MarketingProgram Thiscourseincludesmanagementissuesof:College,AmateurandProfessional Sports,DecisionMaking,ManagementStrategies,OrganizingandStaffing,ManagingGroups/Teams, Operations,andInformationTechnology Thisisaproject-orientedclass Thisclasswillincorporate softskillsneededforemploymentsuccess,ie,makingpresentations,developinginnovations, composingwrittencommunications,takingleadership,performingoperations,management,and research

Note:DECAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.DECAduesare$35.

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18606F

Business Managementand SupervisionFashion Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

18614F

38614F

Introductionto Business/Marketing –Fashion Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

18614S

38614S

Introductionto

Business/Marketing

–Sports Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

186280

DigitalMarketing andSocialMedia

Grades:11,12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:MarketingFundamentals-Fashion.Teacherapproval;Acceptancemaybebasedonthe student'sgradelevelduetospaceavailability.

ThiscoursewillbeacapstonecoursefortheFashionMarketingProgramthatwillapplytheconcepts learnedinMarketingFundamentals–Fashiontoamanagementandsupervisionlevelinthefashion industry Thisisaproject-orientedclasswithunitsincludingmarketingresearch,entrepreneurship,and investmentmarketing Activitiesincludedevelopingaseasonalpromotionalplan,completingaresearch activity,creatingstorelayout/design,providingbusinessmanagement,andusingmerchandisingmath skills.Thisclasswillincorporatesoftskillsneededforemploymentsuccess,i.e.,makingpresentations, developinginnovations,composingwrittencommunications,takingleadership,performingoperations, management,andresearch

Note:DECAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.DECAduesare$35.

Thiscourseintroducesmarketingconceptsandfunctionsapplicabletothefashionmerchandising industry. Instructionincludesanorientationtothefashionindustry,includinghistoryoffashionand wardrobeplanning,careeropportunities,humanrelations,andeconomics Projectsincludeplanninga seasonalwardrobe,designing,andmarketingafashion-relatedproduct,developinganadvertising campaign,sketchingaseasonaloutfit,andresearchingafashiondesigner Thisclassincorporatessoft skillsneededforemploymentsuccess: makingpresentations,thinkingaboutinnovations,composing writtencommunications,takingleadershipandusingproblemsolvingskills.

Note:DECAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.DECAduesare$35.

Thiscourseintroducesmarketingconceptsandfunctionsapplicabletothesportsandentertainment industry Instructionincludesanorientationandhistoryofthesportsandentertainmentindustry, differentiatingbetweenamateurandprofessionalsports,studyingSWOTanalysis,andidentifying careerareasinsportsandentertainmentmarketing Projectsincludedesigningandmarketingasports drink,planningalocalevent,andresearchingsportsmarketing-relatedcareers Thisclassincorporates softskillsneededforemploymentsuccess: makingpresentations,designinginnovations,composing writtencommunications,takingleadership,andusingproblem-solvingskills

Note:DECAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.DECAduesare$35.

Prerequisite:MarketingFundamentals(8013),MarketingFundamentals-Fashion(8033)or MarketingFundamentals-Sports(8023).Teacherapproval;Acceptancemaybebasedonthe student'sgradelevelduetospaceavailability.

Thiscoursefocusesonahigh-levelapproachtomarketingstrategiesutilizingmobiletechnology,social media,andsearchengineoptimization(SEO) Studentsstudysocialmediafundamentals,etiquette, strategies,andpolicies Studentsconstructdigitalmarketingposts,promotionalcampaigns,and researchbrandonlineapproaches Thisclassalsoincorporatessoftskillsneededforemployment success: makingpresentations,designinginnovations,composingwrittencommunications,taking leadership,makingsales,providingcustomerservice,andusingproblem-solvingskills.

Note:DECAChaptermembershipisstronglyencouraged.DECAduesare$35.

186220

Marketingonthe

Job–AfterSchool

WorkOptions

Grades:12

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:Teacherapprovalofstudent’smarketingrelatedjob.Teacherapproval. AsanoptionforstudentsenrolledinBusinessManagementandSupervision(8063),Business Management - FashionManagement (8093)or BusinessManagement-SportsManagement(8083), theon-the-jobtrainingclassisavailable.Requirementsfortheclassincludemaintaininga30-week commitmentof8-10hoursperweekduringtheschoolyearatanapprovedtrainingstation Completion ofweeklyreportsisanintegralpartofyourgradeforthisclass Failuretocompletetherequiredweekly reportsand/orbeingterminatedfromemploymentwillresultinafailinggrade Thisclasswillallowyou theopportunitytodemonstratesoftskillsthathavebeenlearnedduringtheirenrollmentinmarketing classes.Someofthoseincludecustomerservice,problemsolving,presentations,operationsandsales.

Health Careers

ThegoalofHealthCareersistoincreaseaccesstohealthcareers,programsandservices.Studentswilllearnaboutthe

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developmentandimplementationof newhealthcareersproducts,programsandservices.Studentswilllearntoenhance futureperformanceandqualitywithinhealthcareerprogramsthroughsupportivein-serviceactivities,visits,andworkshops.

385501

ExploringHealth Careers

Grades:9

1semester–½credit

185510

Foundationsof

HealthcareProfessions Grades:10,11,12

2semesters–1credit

Thiscourseisdesignedtoallowfreshmentoexplorethebroadspectrumofhealthcareer opportunitiesandhealthcareerpathways Studentsdevelopaconceptofcriticalhealthissues fromtheperspectiveofahealthconsumeraswellasapotentialhealthprofessional Thiscourse incorporatesanemphasisonsciencerelatedtothehealthfield.

HealthCareersisdesignedtointroducestudentstothebroadspectrumofhealthcareer opportunitiesandpathways.Studentsdevelopaconceptofcriticalhealthissuesfromthe perspectiveofahealthconsumeraswellasapotentialhealthprofessional Studentsreceive specifichealthcaretraininginFirstAidandCPRaswellasmedicalterminology Thiscourse supportsexplorationofhealthcareersthroughimmersioninhealthcareerpathwaysinclusiveof guestspeakers,researchassignmentsandeducationaltoursforspecifichealthprograms This courseincorporatesanemphasisonscience,math,readingandwritingrelatedtothehealthfield.

185560

SportsMedicine

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters–1credit

Thisclassisanintroductionintothefieldofsportsmedicine.Itwillgivethestudentaninsight intotheabundantcareeropportunitiesinthesportsmedicinefield Studentswillgain knowledgeofbasichumananatomy,kinesiology,andcurrenttopicsinsportsmedicine Focus willbeonlectureandhands-onactivitiessuchasCPR,woundcare,andother1staid techniques Studentswillalsogainknowledgeofcommoninjuriesandenvironmental conditionsastheyrelatetosportandeverydaylife.Exemplarystudentswillbeinvitedtojoin theAthleticTrainingStudentAideprogram.

Physical Education Courses

Studentsarerequiredtowearappropriateclothingforphysicalactivityandparticipateeverydayintheirphysicaleducation courses.

GirlsConditioning/ WeightTraining

Grades:10,11,12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

Girlswillbeprovidedtheopportunitytoimprovetheiroverallhealththroughaprogressiveand consistentwork-outthatcombinesweighttraining,cardio,plyometrics,andyoga Thegoalof thiscourseistogivegirlstheconfidencetofeelcomfortableinagymsetting Studentsare requiredtodressoutandparticipateeveryday

BoysTeamSports Grades:9

1or2semesters-½crediteach

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Studentswillhavetheopportunitytodevelopphysicallyandmentallythroughanorganized programofteamsports:basketball,volleyball,softball,soccer,andflagfootball.Studentsgain skillsandconditioningforindividualsportsdesignedtoimprovecardiovascularenduranceand muscularfitnessthroughchallengingactivities Studentsarerequiredtodressoutand participateeveryday

Thisweighttrainingclassisofferedtothestudentwhohaslittleornoexperienceintheareaof weighttraining Thecourseplacesamajoremphasisonthedevelopmentofanindividualized

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BoysWeightTraining

Grades:9,10,11,12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

330211

Adventuring/Outdoor Education

Grades:9,10,11,12

1semester-½credit

130231

Health

Grades:9

1semester-½credit

LeisureSportsI

LeisureSportsII

Grades:10,11,12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

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RecreationalBasketball

Grades9,10,11,12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

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330441

RecreationalSoccer

Grades:9,10,11,12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

136001 AthleticTraining

StudentAide (Activity)

Grades:10,11,12

2semesters-1credit

CompetitiveAthletics (Activity)

Grades:9,10,11,12

1or2semesters-½crediteach

workoutprogramforparticipationinweighttrainingatthebeginninglevel.Theoverload principleisthebasisofalltrainingprograms Barbells,dumbbells,exercises,andweightstack machinesarethebasicequipmentforclass Studentsarerequiredtodressoutandparticipate everyday

Studentsthatparticipateinoutdooreducation/adventurewillacquireskillsnecessaryforoutdoor educationactivitiessuchasarchery,rockclimbing,kayak,fishing,discgolf,slacklineand/or watersafety,andcreatingparacordbracelets.Studentswillhavetheopportunitytocompletethe huntereducationsafetycourseandunderstandtherules/laws,andskillsinvolved Trainingfor activitiesinoutdooreducation/adventurewilltakeplaceoncampus,althoughsomefieldtripsare possiblesuchasClimbTulsa,OklahomaAquarium,andtheGatheringPlace Fee:$35coversthecostofClimbTulsa,theOklahomaAquarium,andparacord.

Thisisacomprehensivehealthcourseconsistingofvariousunitssuchasmentalhealth(the discussionofdepression,mentaldisorders,personalitytypes,teenagesuicides,divorce,dating andpeerpressure);substanceabuse(drugs,alcohol,tobacco,andtheeffectsonbothphysicaland mentalhealth);disease(includinginfectious/noninfectiousdiseases,warningsigns/treatments); nutrition(includingproperdietsandweightcontrol)andbasicfirstaid(includingCPR)

Studentswilldeveloptheknowledgeandskillsofleisuresportswhilestayingphysicallyactive. Studentswillhavetheopportunitytoparticipateinavarietyleisuresportssuchascornhole, spikeball,ladderball,bocceball,kanjam,ultimatefrisbee,nukeemvolleyball,dodgeball, pickleball,whiffleball,slackline,gagaball,bowling,badminton,boomerang,kickball,4-square, pingpong,andgiantjenga Studentsarerequiredtodressoutandparticipateeveryday

Studentswillhavetheopportunitytodevelopskills,gainknowledgeoftherules,participatein classtournaments,anddevelopskillsassociatedwithofficiating Studentsfocusonimproving theirfitnesslevelsbyparticipatinginavigorousdailyactivity Studentsarerequiredtodressout andparticipateeveryday

RecreationalSocceroffersstudentsanopportunitytogrowintheareaofsoccerincluding individualskillandteamplay.Thisclassisdesignedforstudentswhoenjoythegameofsoccer andarenotonacompetitiveteam Theclassmeetsatthehighschoolstadium Studentsare requiredtodressoutandparticipateeveryday

Prerequisite:ApprovedApplication

Studentsinterestedinworkinginthefieldsofmedicineorsportswillhavetheopportunityto workwiththeTrojanathleticteamsundertheSportsMedicineProgramandHeadAthletic Trainer.Studentswilllearn and provide first aid, recognizeandevaluateathleticinjuries, applyrehabilitationandapplywrappingandtapingtechniques.Althoughnotaprerequisite, SportsMedicine(9065)willhelpAthleticTrainingStudentAidebuildanunderstandingofthe medicalaspectsaddressedinthiscourse

Prerequisite:Coachapproval.Seepublishedlistincounselingofficefortryout dates/requirements.

Theathleticdepartmenthasasitsgoalthetaskofestablishingandmaintaininganoutstandingprogram forthestudentsitserves Theprimaryobjectiveofcompetitiveathleticsistoprovidewholesome opportunitiesforstudentstodevelopfavorablehabitsandattitudesofindividualandgrouplivingfrom theirexperiences. Astudentmayenrollincompetitiveathleticsandreceive1/2creditforeach semesterofparticipation Toearncreditastudentmustcompletetheentiresemesterbyeither transferringtoanothersportortheoff-seasonprogram Studentsmustenrollbysport,ie,football,

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baseball,track,tennis,soccer,golf,basketball,wrestling,volleyball,crosscountry,gymnastics,and girlssoftball Studentsshouldenrollbythenumberofthesportinwhichtheywillbeenrolledatthe beginningofthesemester.Astudentmaynotenrollintoacompetitivesportwithoutthecoach’s approval

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CompetitiveAthletics

Continued

1st Semester

GirlsSoftball

GirlsVolleyball

BoysBasketball

GirlsBasketball

Swimming

Wrestling

BoysSoccer

GirlsSoccer

Baseball

Football

BoysCross Country

GirlsCrossCountry

AthleticManager

Track–OffSeason

Golf–OffSeason

TennisConditioning

Cheerleading Pom*

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2nd Semester

GirlsSlowPitchSoftball

GirlsVolleyballConditioning

BoysBasketball

GirlsBasketball

Swimming

Wrestling

BoysSoccer

GirlsSoccer

Baseball

FootballConditioning

AthleticManager

BoysGolf

GirlsGolf

BoysTennis

GirlsTennis

BoysTrack

GirlsTrack

CrossCountryConditioning

Cheerleading Pom*

*Pomcountstowardthefineartsgraduationrequirement.

Pre-Engineering Program

TulsaTech'sCollegePrepPre-EngineeringProgram,whencombinedwithcollegepreparatorymathematicsand sciencecoursesin high school,introducescollege-boundstudentstothescope,rigoranddisciplineofengineeringpriortoenteringcollege.Students workinteamstosolvehands-onproblems,usecomputersoftwaretodesignpartsandassemblies,keepengineernotebooks,and giveoralpresentations Theyalsodesignandcompleteprojectsandactivitiesthatconnectmathandsciencewithengineering applications Completionofthischallengingprogramwillallowstudentstobebetterpreparedforcollegeengineeringprograms

● Studentsentering9thgradetakeIntroductiontoEngineeringandthenPrinciples ofEngineeringinthe10thgrade.Theymaythen continue at theTulsaTech STEMAcademyintheirjuniorandsenioryearswithspecialtycourses:AerospaceEngineering,Civil EngineeringandArchitecture,ComputerIntegratedManufacturing,DigitalElectronics,ComputerScienceA,ComputerScience Principles,CybersecurityorEngineeringDesignandDevelopment.

● StudentsmustapplyforadmissiontoTulsaTechandbeselectedfortheprogramtobeenrolled.

187090

Introductionto EngineeringDesign

Grades:9

2semesters-1credit

Prerequisite:ApplicationandadmissiontoTulsaTech.9thgradersmusthavecompletedatleast Pre-AlgebrawithagradeofBorbetter.

Thiscourseemphasizesthedevelopmentofdesigns.Studentsusehands-onaswellas3-Dcomputer modelingsoftwareandprinterstoproducedesignsandprojects,usingindividualandteamactivities. Measurementandmathematicalmodelingarealsoemphasized ThiscourseistaughtatJenksHigh SchoolbyTulsaTechnologyCenterasapartofthePre-EngineeringProgram Applicationsavailablein

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187100

Principlesof Engineering

Grades:10

2semesters-1credit

theMiddleSchoolCounselingOfficeoron-lineatwwwtulsatechedu/apply Priorityduedatefor applicationsisinearlyApril Laterapplicationswillbeconsideredifthereisroom

Prerequisite:CompletionofIntroductiontoEngineeringDesignwithCorbetterin9thgrade;for continuingstudents,teachersignatureisrequired.

Thissurveycourseexposesstudentstothemajorengineeringconceptsofmachines,electricity,energy, programming,thermodynamics,fluidsmechanics,andstatics Studentsapplyknowledgeandskillsin mathematics,scienceandtechnologyaswelldevelopskillsinproblem-solvingandteamworkwith hands-onprojects Theydesign,collaborateandpresent ThiscourseistaughtatJenksHighSchoolby TulsaTechnologyCenterasapartofthePre-Engineeringprogram

Tulsa Community College Riverside Aviation Center

CCEN Concurrent Enrollmentat

RiversideAviation CenterSatellite Campus

Grades:11,12

CollegecoursesareheldattheTulsaCommunityCollege(TCC)RiversideAviationCentersatellite campus StudentsmustapplyonlineatwwwtulsacceduandmeetallenrollmentrequirementsforCCEN students TransportationtoandfromthelocationisprovidedbyJenksPublicSchools;withthebus leavingandarrivingattheJenksHighSchooloval.Studentsmustenrollinbothclassesandthesewill appearontheirscheduleastheir1stand2ndhourclasses ListthesecoursesintheAlternatesColumnof theenrollmentcardonthesamelineasthecoursesthatwillbedroppedoncetheTCCCCENapplication processissuccessfullycompleted

Note:StudentsplanningtotaketheAdvancedPlacementLanguageexamasareplacementfor CompositionIareencouragedtowaittosignupforthesecoursesuntilAFTERtheyreceivetheir advancedplacementscores.

Fee:Coursefeesforstudentsareapproximately$100perclasspayabletoTulsaCommunityCollege.

Fall Courses (Pick two)

*StudentsmaytakethesecourseseveniftheyhavealreadytakenGovernmentandUSHistoryatJHS

Tulsa Technology Center

TulsaTechnologyCenterprovidesparticipatinghighschoolswithanextendedcurriculum.Studentsenrolled inTulsaTechwillattendthreehourseachdayatoneofthesixareaTechCenter'sCampuseseithermorning orafternoon.Duringtheremainingportionoftheday,eachstudentisscheduledatJenksHighSchool,and mayrequireavirtualcoursetoaccommodateforschedulingconflicts.

Studentsgraduatefromtheirhomehighschools.CreditearnedatTulsaTechbecomespartoftheregular

JHSCourse# TCCCourseName TCCCourse# MayReplaceThisJHSCourse HighSchool CreditEarned XXX CompositionI 1113 English12,1st semester 0.5 XXX AmericanFederalGovernment 1113 Government* 05 XXX UnitedHistory–CivilWar–Present 1493 UnitedStatesHistory* 1 Spring Courses (Pick two) JHSCourse# TCCCourseName TCCCourse# MayReplaceThisJHSCourse HighSchool CreditEarned XXX CompositionII 1213 English12,2nd semester 05 XXX AmericanFederalGovernment 1113 Government* 05 XXX Psychology 1112 Elective 1 XXX PrecalculusI(formerlyCollegeAlgebra) 1513 Elective 1
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TULSATECH-P.M.

12:00-2:50PM

Grades11,12

transcriptateachstudent’shomehighschool.Certificatesofachievementareissuedtostudentswho satisfactorilycompleteacareerprogramatTulsaTech.SomeoftheTechprogramspreparestudentsfor nationallyrecognizedworkforcecertificationswhileotherprogramsgivestudentshand-onexperienceswhich willpreparethemforthatmajorincollege.

Studentsreceive3creditsperyearfortheirprogramsatTulsaTech,thesewillappearonthestudent'sJenks HighSchooltranscript.Generally,theseareelectivecredits,butsomeprogramsdooffercorecredit:

● ManyoftheHealthprogramsincludeasciencecredit

● ITprogramsincludecomputercredit

● Pre-Engineeringmayincludebothascienceandmathcredit.

ThesecorecreditsareacceptedbyOklahoma’sPromiseprogram.SomeareacceptedbytheNCAA. ApplicationformsandTulsaTechPlanningGuidesareavailableintheHighSchoolGuidanceOffice.

Tulsa Technology Center Continued Campus Listings

BrokenArrowCampus 4000WestFlorenceStreet,BrokenArrow,74011

LemleyCampus,STEMAcademy,andHealthSciencesCenter 3420SouthMemorialDrive,Tulsa,74145

OwassoCampus 10800N.140thEastAvenue.Owasso,74055

PeoriaCampus 3850NorthPeoria,Tulsa,74106

RiversideCampus 801East91st Street,Tulsa,74137

SandSpringsCampus

924CharlesPageBoulevard,SandSprings,74063

Programs Offered

918-828-3000

918-828-1000-Lemley;918-828-1200-HealthScience; 918-828-1364-STEM

918-828-1400

918-828-2000

918-828-4000

918-828-1300

One-YearTechnologyPrograms

*SeniorOnly*

Accounting

AerospaceStructure

AppliedEngineering

AutoMaintenance

BusinessManagement Carpentry

CiscoNetwork

CollisionRefinishingorRepair ComputerRepair

Animation AutoService

AviationGenerals BiomedicalSciences*

Cosmetology

CulinaryArts

ConstructionTrades

CriminalJusticeForensics InvestigationsorPracticalLaw

Dental Assistant* DigitalGraphics Electricity ElectronicCentralSystems EmergencyMedTech EventPlanning

HealthScienceTech Masonry MedicalAssistant* MedicalHealthRecords MobileAppDevelopment MotorcycleTech

NursingOptions or Assistant* Pharmacy Tech* PowerSportsTech

Two-YearTechnologyPrograms

*JuniorOnly*

CyberSecurity DieselService Drafting

EarlyChildcare* HVAC

LegalAssistant Machining Mechatronic MultimediaDesign Photography*

PrivatePilotGroundSchool Printing RestaurantandLodging Management

SoundEngineering SportsMedicine* VisionCare*

Pre-Engineering

TVProduction

VisualGraphicDesign Welding WindowServerAdministrator

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How do I enroll?

TulsaTechrepresentativesvisitJenksHighSchoolinthefallofeachschoolyeartodiscussprogramsandexplaintheapplicationprocess.Tobe consideredforadmission,studentsneedto:

1. Beclassifiedasanincomingjuniororseniorin2023-2024andcurrentlyenrolledinaTulsaCountyhighschool.

2. Completethefour-stepapplicationprocessonline atwww.tulsatech.edu/applyThisincludesanapplication,answeringthreecareer interestquestions,aprogramvisit,andsubmittingreadingandmathscores.

3. ATulsaTechCareerAdvisorisavailableweeklytoassistintheapplicationprocess.SheislocatedintheJenksHighSchoolGuidance OfficeinBuilding6.

4. PrioritydeadlineisMarch1,2023,butlateapplicationsareaccepted.

5. ApplicantswillbenotifiedbyMarch24,2023regardingapplicationstatus.

FormoreinformationcallStudentServices,(918)828-5000.

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