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Senior Info

Last Updated: 4/23/2021 2:00 PM

Class of 2021

 


Counselor Recommendations

Please complete the Counselor Recommendation Request Packet and submit to Student Services


Course Rescue Clarity Statement:

After an assignment intended to assess mastery of the focus standard(s), which will be placed in the Assessment of Standard grading category, has been administered and a student doesn’t show mastery, the student is offered an opportunity to rescue the focus standard(s).

Course Rescue Intent and Procedure:


• Course Rescue is intended for use with courses that have a developed CCSD Course Blueprint.
• For Course Rescue to be effective, a course/teacher must follow the CCSD Course Blueprint and adhere to the Teaching and Learning Map contained within the blueprint.
• For Course Rescue to be effective, teacher designed assessments must align with the focus standards and supporting standards outlined on the course Teaching and Learning Map.
• Course Rescue is intended to support the remediation process of reteaching, additional practice and re-assessment when a student does not demonstrate mastery on an assignment designated in the Assessment of Standards grading category. Most often, this will be an assignment intended to assess mastery of a focus standard in which the student has scored below a 70.
• Course Rescue is NOT used for initial instruction or to support students who are absent from class. Course Rescue is based on a student having already received instruction on the content/standards.
• To initiate the Course Rescue process, the classroom teacher must assign the Rescue Path assignment to the student.
• For Course Rescue to be successful, the classroom teacher must monitor student progress through the rescue.
• The final assessment in Course Rescue should be unlocked and assigned by the classroom teacher and proctored by a certified staff member with Respondus Lock-Down Browser.
• The intent of the Course Rescue post-test is for a student to demonstrate mastery of the focus standard(s) by achieving a score of 80% and for the previously failed Assessment of Standard assignment grade to be replaced with a 70 to include a note on the grade that indicates “Rescue Pathway Used”.


SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Senior Information & Resources

Students may access scholarship information by following Etowah Student Services on Twitter, visiting the Electronic Scholarship Library. Please check back frequently as scholarship information is updated as it is received. For additional resources please visit GAFutures.org or FastWeb.com. Please also visit the Georgia HOPE Scholarship and Grants page for more information on these programs. 


 

SENIOR IMPORTANT DATES

Seniors

Important Dates April & May 2021

 

 

Wednesday 4/21                                 PTSA Graduate Yard sign Pick-Up' (only for those who purchased)

                                                             4:00pm-6:00pm Bus Lanes

 

Monday 5/3 – Wednesday 5/12          8:00am-12:pm AP Exams

 

Tuesday 5/4                                         3:30pm Future Educators Recognition EHS Auditorium

 

Wednesday 5/5                                    EHS Virtual Honors Link to the presentation will be on the

EHS Main Page for Viewing

 

Thursday 5/13                                     Yearbook Distribution During All Lit. Classes

 

Friday 5/14                                           Senior Exams 6th & 7th

                                                              Normal Class Time

3:30pm-6:30pm Senior Celebration Stadium (Seniors Only)

 

Monday 5/17                                       Senior Exams 4th & 5th

                                                             Normal Class Time

                                                             Seniors Return Books after 5th period Final

 

Tuesday 5/18                                       Senior Exams 2nd & 3rd 

                                                              Normal Class Time

                                                              Seniors Return Books after 3rd period Final

 

Wednesday 5/19                                 Senior Exams 1st

                                                             Normal Class Time

                                                             Seniors Return Books after 1st period Final

 

Thursday 5/20                                     Final Debt notices will be e-mailed to students and parents

                                                            All debts must be paid to participate in Graduation

 

Monday 5/24                                       9:00am-10:00am Boston Elementary Senior Walk

                                                             10:00am-11:00am Bascomb Elementary Senior Walk

 

Tuesday 5/25                                       8:30am Senior Breakfast & Slideshow Stadium

                                                             11:am-12:00pm Oak Grove Elementary Senior Walk

                                                             12:00pm-1:00pm Clark Creek Elementary Senior Walk

                                                              6:00pm Academic Signing New Gym

 

 

Wednesday 5/26                                  6:00pm Valedictorian & Salutatorian Reception

Cherokee County District Auditorium The Bluffs

 

Thursday 5/27                                     11:30am Graduation Mandatory Practice

                                                             First Baptist Church of Woodstock

                                    All Seniors participating in Graduation must be at practice, no exceptions.

                                                                                                 

Friday 5/28                                           8:00pm Graduation First Baptist Church of Woodstock

6:30pm Seniors must arrive at the Church 

7:00pm Doors will open to guests 

To View the Ceremony on-line go to  www.FBCW.org