2020-2021 High School Course Catalog - Mount Vernon City School District

 
2020-2021 High School Course Catalog - Mount Vernon City School District
Elizabeth Bancroft, NTHS-PVAM                   Chanel Baxter, NTHS - PVAM

           Mount Vernon City School District

                           2020-2021
                                High School Course Catalog

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                          “ Mission
 It is the mission of the Mount Vernon City School District to create a
 sense of urgency in partnership with members of its community in a
journey to restore, rebuild and rebrand the district so that stakeholders
are partners in providing all students with an exceptional educational
                               experience.

                              Vision
 Mount Vernon City School District (MVCSD) will be recognized as a
high-quality educational system where all students receive a rigorous
        education, which prepares them to be model citizens
equipped with the necessary skills to compete in a global society.

                          ”
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                                      Mount Vernon City School District
                                                  Board of Education
                                                          Arlene Torres
                                                              President

                                                           Darcy Miller
                                                            Vice President

                                                          Board Trustees

                                                      Dr. Serigne M. Gningue
                                                       Micah J. B. McOwen
                                                          Warren Mitchell
                                                     Melissa Munoz Patterson
                                                       Adriane G. Saunders
                                                           Wanda White
                                                          Israel Williams
                                                  Student Representative to the Board
                                                         Nicholas Justino
                                               Student Representative to the Board Alternate
                                                  Erendira Oseguera-Munguia

                                                      Richard McCormack
                                                          Clerk to the Board

Board of Education as of 01/16/2020

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What an awesome time to be a student in Mt. Vernon. Your school experience to date has been the foundation for your future.
High School brings you one step closer to life as an adult. This course catalog has been developed to create multiple pathways
to college and career readiness. Imagine how exciting it is to live in a time and place where you can be anything you want to
be. Choosing the right courses to help ensure your acceptance into college or gain entry into your chosen profession is crucial.
The world is rapidly changing so you must have a wide array of experiences in order to compete for your place in the world. It is
for this reason the course catalog provides such diverse offerings. We continue to add advanced level courses and increase
course offerings to address the growing needs of our students, community and the world in which we live.
I encourage you to choose your courses wisely and keep your college and career goals in mind. Your high school years will
go by quickly, and every course you take must be taken with full confidence that it is in alignment with your personal
goals.
Take advantage of your guidance counselors’ expertise in helping you identify your post-secondary options early, so you will be
prepared to meet the challenges of being global and dynamic in the 21st century.

The Mt. Vernon City School District has produced some of the most accomplished graduates in various professions from the
legal field to sports and entertainment. Your journey to greatness begins today!

                                              Yours for the sake of all children,

                                                 Dr. Kenneth R. Hamilton
                                                   Superintendent of Schools

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MOUNT VERNON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT CENTRAL
                                 OFFICE ADMINISTRATORS

     Dr. Kenneth R. Hamilton ........................................................................................................................... Superintendent of Schools

     Dr. Jeff C. Gorman ...................................................................................................................... Deputy Superintendent of Schools

     Dr. Waveline Bennett-Conroy ....................................................................... Assistant Superintendent for School Improvement

     Ms. Denise Gagne-Kurpiewski ......................................................................... Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources

     Mr. Ken Silver ................................................................................................................ Assistant Superintendent of Business

     Dr. Veronica Smith .......................................................................... Associate Superintendent for Student Services

     Dr. Claytisha Walden ...................................................................... Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction

     Ms. Marci E. Tiggs……………………………………………………….Associate Superintendent for Human Resources

     Dr. Felicia Gaon ............................................................................................................................. Director of Student Services

     Dr. Evelyn Collins ........................................................................................ Director of Arts and Gifted and Talented Education

     Dr. Gayle N. White-Wallace .......................................................................................................... Director of Pre-Kindergarten

     Mrs. Rachel De Paul .................................................................................................... Assistant Director of Special Education

     Dr. Marguerita G. Circello ............................................................. Standards Administrator for ENL and World Languages

     Mr. Frank Gallo ................................... Standards Administrator for ELA, Literacy, Reading and Social Studies (9-12)

     Dr. Satish Jagnandan ........................................................................................... Standards Administrator for Math and Science

     Mr. Joseph McGrath ......................................................................................................... Standards Administrator for Technology

     Ms. Sherry Ward .................................. Standards Administrator for Career and Technical Education, and Work Study

     TBD...................................................................................................................................... Director of Health & Physical Education

     TBD ........................................................................................................... Coordinator for Family and Community Engagement

     TBD ..................................................................... Standards Administrator for ELA/Literacy, Reading and Social Studies

District Administration as of 01/16/2020

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                                                                   TABLE OF CONTENTS

Mount Vernon City School District High Schools ..................................................................................................... 6
The Mount Vernon High School ................................................................................................................................................. 6
Mount Vernon STEAM Academy ............................................................................................................................................... 7
Nellie A. Thornton High School of Performing and Visual Arts .......................................................................................... 8
Student Support Programs ...................................................................................................................................... 9
English as a New Language ......................................................................................................................................................... 9
Special Education Programs ......................................................................................................................................... 9
National Honor Society ................................................................................................................................... 11
NCAA: National Collegiate Athletic Association Eligibility Guidelines ........................................................ 12
Grading Policy ................................................................................................................................................. 13
Grade Level Classification .............................................................................................................................. 14
Grade Point Average and Rank ................................................................................................................................. 15
Course Grade Weighting ................................................................................................................................. 15
Honor Roll Criteria .......................................................................................................................................... 15
Graduation Requirements .......................................................................................................................................... 16
Diploma Types and Credentials ................................................................................................................................ 16
Scheduling ....................................................................................................................................................... 20
Sample Student Schedules ........................................................................................................................................ 21
Graduation Requirement Worksheet ......................................................................................................................... 23
List of Course Offerings ....................................................................................................................................... 24
Course Descriptions by Department ..................................................................................................................... 28
English.............................................................................................................................................................................. 28
English As A New Language..................................................................................................................................................... 31
Social Studies ................................................................................................................................................................... 33
Humanities Electives ........................................................................................................................................................ 36
Science ............................................................................................................................................................................. 42
Mathematics ............................................................................................................................................................... 46
Spanish & World Languages ........................................................................................................................................... 49
Performing & Visual Arts ...................................................................................................................................... 51
Career and Technical Education (CTE) ........................................................................................................................... 58
Physical Education and Health ......................................................................................................................................... 64
 Glossary ..................................................................................................................................................... 66

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                    The Mount Vernon High School

                                          Principal - Mr. Ronald Gonzalez
                                                 100 California Road
                                                  Mount Vernon, NY
                                                 10552 914-665-5300

                                                      CEEB: 333260

The Mount Vernon High School is a modern, comprehensive four-year school with distinct Small Learning Communities, or
“Academies” that represent the latest trends in innovation, college, careers, and all post-secondary endeavors. Each
“Academy” student population represents a variety of backgrounds in culture, education, occupation, and income. Our
academies guide students through focused articulation plans in the fields of: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math
(STEM); History, Language Acquisition & The Arts (Humanities); Career & Technical Education and Workforce Readiness
(CTE). Students, pedagogical staff, and support staff are teamed within academies to create holistic learning. All academies
are rich with teaching and learning approaches like AVID and The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme
(September 2020) that engage learners to become self- sufficient thinkers that care for others, themselves and the world.

Our vision is to inspire students, staff, parents, and the community to achieve a high level of self-respect and academic
success through perseverance. Our students will see school, hard work, and determination as a means to advancement in
college, careers and global society.
The Mount Vernon High School students participate in a number of extra-curricular activities. These activities include:
National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Model United Nations, Science Club, Photography
Club, and many more. In addition, The Mount Vernon High School has a nationally recognized athletic program which
offers a number of Junior Varsity and Varsity sports teams.

Small Learning Communities “Academies”
  • Incoming freshmen are placed in the Ninth Grade Academy.
  • All students in grades 10-12 participate in one of three Small Learning Communities:
         • CTE: Career & Technical Education and Workforce Readiness
         • Humanities: History, Language Acquisition & The Arts
         • STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics

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                         Mount Vernon STEAM Academy

                                             Principal - Mrs. Sharon Bradley
                                                   350 Gramatan Avenue
                                                  Mount Vernon, NY 10552
                                                       914-665-5120

                                                        CEEB: 330073

The Mount Vernon STEAM Academy (MVSA) provides an interdisciplinary approach to learning where rigorous academic
concepts are coupled with real-world lessons as students apply Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics in
context that make connections between school, community, work, and the global society, enabling the development of
STEAM literacy and with it, the ability to compete in the new economy. The Mount Vernon STEAM Academy is using an
exciting Problem-Based Learning curriculum that integrates a transdisciplinary approach that supports all subject areas around
the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals bringing a realness and relevance to our community.

Students at the Mount Vernon STEAM Academy will be interacting and learning with innovative and current 21st Century
digital curriculum and tools that will use the 4 C’s of Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, and Critical Thinking across
content areas to develop collective and personalized learning situations for solutions to global STEAM issues. Moreover, a
strong foundation in engineering will be set forth for students at MVSA. Project Lead The Way, a leader and partner in
engineering education, has several elective tracks that will be afforded for our students. During the 2020-2021 school year, the
engineering track will continue as we systematically increase offerings to include Computer Integrated Manufacturing to our
foundational courses. The Biomedical Science track will expand to include Human Body Systems. Additionally, several
options will be available to students in and out of schools through partnerships and student club offerings. This will include
but not be limited to robotics, computer programming, coding, and maker-space opportunity.
In an effort to bridge the gap to rigorous higher-level courses, all students at the MVSA will take AVID (Advancement Via
Individual Determination) as part of their learning to foster and promote College and Career Readiness. (www.AVID.org)

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                           Nellie A. Thornton High School of
                             Performing and Visual Arts

                                              Principal - Dr. Evelyn Collins
                                                    121 South 6th Avenue
                                                  Mount Vernon, NY 10550
                                                        914-358-2740

                                                        CEEB: 333267

Nellie A. Thornton High School of Performing and Visual Arts is a comprehensive four-year high school which offers a
creative opportunity for students entering grades 6 - 9 to excel academically and artistically. This theme-based performing and
visual arts high school is designed for creative students interested in the arts. The mission of the Performing and Visual Arts
Magnet program (PVAM) is to create a focused and high performing culture that prepares students for success in college and
conservatories by nurturing their passion and interest in the arts through a rigorous curriculum that integrates a sequence in the
arts. PVAM will assist each student with discovering and nurturing their unique talent while utilizing an arts framework to
support success in academic classes. Students will transfer their creative skills to the classroom and build their cognitive
framework and affect mindset to become strong readers, mathematicians, thinkers, and learners.

All students are provided the opportunity to participate in a number of extra-curricular activities. These activities include
National Junior Honor Society, National Honor Society, Language Honor Society, Explorer’s Club, Math Team, Yearbook,
and many more. In addition, the students also participate in Junior Varsity and Varsity sports with The Mount Vernon High
School sports program, and in basketball (boys) and volleyball (girls) in the middle school division.
The Performing and Visual Arts Magnet Program is an award-winning performance and visual arts program having won awards
in theatre (Metro Awards), string orchestra (Grand Prize - Orlando Music Festival), and numerous 1st place medals in the New
York State School Music Association Festival (NYSSMA). Students have been featured in the media, have performed with the
Dance Theatre of Harlem and the Harlem School of the Arts; and the visual art student’s artwork has been featured in local
galleries. Students also participate in three theatrical productions each year and are assessed in the arts via winter and spring
showcases and arts juries held twice a year. The program presented The Lion King, Jr. and had an audience of over 4,000
patrons throughout the run. This year’s theatrical productions will include: “Black Nativity,” “A Soldier’s Play,” and “Annie.”

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                   English As A New Language Programs
The goal of the Mount Vernon City School District English as a New Language (ENL) program is to equip English Language
Learners (ELLs) with the skills needed to succeed in the regular school program. The Mount Vernon City School District ENL
program of instruction is composed of two components: a Language Arts and a content area. Courses are offered as Stand-
Alone ENL where an elective credit is awarded upon passing each corresponding unit of study and as an Integrated ENL course
in the core content areas (ELA, Math, Science, and/or Social Studies); in these courses, core content area credit is awarded upon
passing each corresponding ENL unit of study. At the end of every school year, the NYSESLAT is administered by a certified
ENL teacher. The NYSESLAT is an assessment to ascertain how a student is progressing in English. NYSESLAT results
determine a student’s ENL placement/services for the following school year. English Language Learner services are delivered
by appropriate certified teachers.

                              Special Education Programs
ACADEMIC CAREER EXPLORATION (ACE)
These classes are designed for students with developmental disabilities including Autism and require intensive instruction and
supervision. These classes will foster the development of skills and support for the individual student in the specialized areas of
communication, socialization, sensory-motor processing, behavior management, daily living skills, and academics. The Life
Skills Program is designed for students who require an alternative to the traditional academic program in order to learn.
The curriculum focuses on functional academic skills, improving language, communication, social skills, and occupational
awareness. The ACE Program will highlight the importance of exposing the students to work opportunities within the school
and community.

8:1:2 AND 12:1:2 SPECIAL CLASS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PROGRAM (I.S.P.)
These classes serve students whose management needs are severe and chronic, requiring intensive and constant supervision. A
significant degree of individualized attention, intervention and intensive behavior management, as well as additional adult
support, is provided.

These classes are designed for students with academic difficulties and management needs which require a more restrictive
environment. The students receive all their academic instruction in the small class setting. Students are included with general
education students during special area classes such as art, music, and physical education. The student’s program includes
instruction that will follow New York State Common Core Learning Standards.

These students have academic and/or behavioral management needs that interfere with the instructional process, to the extent
that additional adult support is needed to engage in learning and who require specialized/specially designed instruction which
can be best accomplished in a self-contained setting.

15:1 SPECIAL CLASS
The maximum class size for those students whose special education needs consist primarily of the need for specialized
instruction, which can best be accomplished in a self-contained setting shall not exceed 15 students. These self-contained
classes provide specialized instruction of the general curriculum to students who require a small, highly structured learning
environment. Mainstreaming is available when educationally appropriate.

INTEGRATED CO-TEACHING CLASSROOM (ICT)
Students with disabilities who receive Integrated Co-Teaching services (Grades K, 7-12) are educated with age appropriate
peers in the general education classroom. ICT provides students the opportunity to be educated alongside their non-disabled
peers with the support of a special education teacher to assist in adapting and modifying instruction.
Integrated Co-Teaching ensures that students master specific skills and concepts in the general education curriculum, as well
as ensuring that their special education needs are being met, including meeting alternate curriculum goals.

CONSULTANT TEACHER INDIRECT & DIRECT SERVICES
Special Education teachers work directly with students in the general education classroom (Grades 1-6), within a small
group, to provide support in meeting the demands of the general education curriculum. Special Education teachers may also
consult with the mainstream staff to check on the carryover of skills learned in the small setting. Additionally, the Special

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Education teacher collaborate with general education teachers to provide strategies to adjust the learning environment and/or
modify the instructional methods and adapt instruction/materials to meet student's needs.

RESOURCE ROOM
Resource Room services provide direct academic instruction and compensatory strategies to make progress within the content
areas. The purpose is to re-teach/reinforce concepts that are taught initially in the regular education classrooms and provide
necessary remediation of skill deficits. This program provides the opportunity for students to receive instruction in the regular
education classes with non-disabled peers and learn in the least restrictive environment.
Related services are available per the IEP requirements.

                             SPECIAL EDUCATION SUPERVISORS
The Mount Vernon City School District has eight Special Education Supervisors. Special Education Supervisors are certified
administrators responsible for the organization and supervision of programs for students with disabilities, instructional support,
and the supervision of special education staff and service providers.

    SPECIAL EDUCATION SUPERVISOR                                          SCHOOL (S) RESPONSIBLE FOR:

  Ms. Susan Burnett                                          Pennington School
                                                             Rebecca Turner Elementary School

  Dr. Joyce Corpas                                           Hamilton School
                                                             Districtwide Instructional Supervision

  Ms. Karalyne Sperling                                      Mount Vernon STEAM Academy
                                                             Nellie A. Thornton High School of Performing and Visual Arts
                                                             Williams School

  Ms. Lorraine Monroe-Williams                               Benjamin Turner Middle School Out
                                                             of District students
                                                             Parker School

  Ms. Trinisa Learry                                         The Mount Vernon High School

  Ms. Teresa Scott                                           Columbus School Holmes
                                                             School Traphagen School

  Ms. Michelle O’Bryan                                       Graham School
                                                             Grimes School
                                                             Home Instruction
                                                             Lincoln School

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                                     National Honor Society
The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide organization for high school students. The National Honor Society was
officially established in 1921 by the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP). The purpose of this
organization is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to
develop character in the students of secondary schools.

Students who attend a Mount Vernon City School District high school who meet criteria and are inducted, may become
members of National Honor Society.

Members of the sophomore and junior classes who have a cumulative grade point average of 85 or higher, and no failing
quarter grade in any subject area, are invited to apply. Inducted students will have demonstrated good character, exemplary
behavior, and well-rounded documented service to school and community.

Qualifications For Inducted Members To Maintain Continued
Membership In NHS
1. The student must maintain an overall cumulative GPA of 85 percent or higher.
2. The student cannot have a failing final average in any subject.

3. The student must fulfill community service hours annually.
4. The student must attend regularly scheduled meetings.
5. The student must continue to show academic success, integrity and character and abstain from incidents of cheating,
   plagiarism, misconduct, insubordination, fighting, suspensions, or intentional dishonesty.

6. If any of the above criteria are not met or maintained, a meeting will be held with the student and adviser(s), and probation
   and possible exiting may ensue.

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  NCAA: NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Students who wish to compete and receive athletic scholarships during their first year at a Division I or II School must be
certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center. Initial eligibility standards help ensure that students are prepared to succeed
academically in their first year of college. The eligibility process also protects the fairness and integrity of college sports by
ensuring student-athletes are amateurs.

                                Academic Requirements
                      Core Course Required for NCAA Certification:
  Subject Area:                                                                         Division I                   Division II
  English                                                                                 4 Years                      3 Years
  Math (Algebra 1 or higher)                                                              3 Years                      2 Years
  Natural/Physical Science (at least one year of lab science)                             2 Years                      2 Years
  Social Science                                                                          2 Years                      2 Years
  English, Math, Natural/Physical Science                                                 1 Year                       3 Years
  English, Math, Natural/Physical Science, Social Science                                 4 Years                      4 Years
  or Foreign Language (Spanish)
                                            Total Credits/Years:                             16                           16

                                                 Grade-Point Average
The NCAA Eligibility Center calculates a student’s grade-point average (GPA) based only on the grades earned in NCAA
approved core courses (see above).
  • DI requires a minimum 2.3 GPA
  • DII requires a minimum 2.2 GPA
Not all Mount Vernon City School District courses are NCAA approved. Courses are approved on an ongoing basis. To find an up-
to-date list of Mount Vernon City School District NCAA-approved courses go to: NCAA.org/course list and enter your school’s
CEEB#.
  • The Mount Vernon High School - 333260
  • Mount Vernon STEAM Academy - 330073
  • Nellie A. Thornton High School of Performing and Visual Arts - 333267
Students who wish to compete and receive athletic scholarships during their first year at a Division I or II school, should register
with the Eligibility Center at the end of grade 11. To register with the NCAA Eligibility Center, go to: eligibilitycenter.org. It is a
student’s responsibility to inform his/her school counselor that he/she has registered with NCAA.

                                                        TEST SCORES
Students may take the ACT or SAT as many times as they want before enrolling full time in college. Students must list the
NCAA Eligibility Center (code 9999) as a score recipient when registering to take the ACT or SAT. If the ACT or SAT is
taken more than once, students are advised to send all scores and the Eligibility Center will use the best scores from each test
section to create your sum score. The Eligibility Center only accepts official scores from the ACT or SAT (College Board).

                                                      SLIDING SCALE
Divisions I and II use sliding scales to match test scores and GPAs to determine eligibility. The sliding scale balances
your test score with your GPA. If you have a low-test score, you need a higher GPA to be eligible. Find more information
about sliding scales at ncaa.org/student-athletes/future/test-scores.

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                                                GRADING POLICY
Exams and Quizzes including Midterms and Finals                                                                          30-50%
Overall testing will account for no less than 30 percent and not more than 50 percent of the student’s grade.
Projects, literacy tasks, presentations, portfolios, lab reports                                                         20-30%
Teachers shall provide challenging projects/literacy tasks for their students based on their ability levels and the scope and
sequence of the course. Projects shall be designed by the teacher to enhance students’ reading, writing, listening, speaking,
critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
Homework                                                                                                            10%
Homework will be assigned on a constant and regular basis throughout each semester and will be collected and monitored
by teachers to objectively evaluate the student’s performance in this area.
Class Participation                                                                                                          20-30%
This component of each student’s grade is determined by the quality and frequency of each student’s performance in class
activities, including written assignments, oral recitations, and presentations, as well as participation in group and individual
activities, exercises, discussions, exit tickets, and projects in class. In this area, students shall be graded objectively on the
basis of their “achievement level,” not in terms of their “personality type.” Sensitivity to those students whose cultural or
psychological background, learning disabilities, and/or limited familiarity with English inhibit their verbal participation in
classroom activities shall be taken into consideration in the determination of students’ performance in this area. Students’
participation in class activities must be evaluated and recorded by the teacher on an ongoing basis.

Each of the above four factors must be a component of the student’s grade. Students who have been absent from class for
verified, legitimate reasons (such as illness, court appearances, family emergencies, attendance at funerals, etc.) shall be
given a reasonable opportunity to make up missed work, including examinations. It is the responsibility of the teacher, in
consultation with the department supervisor, to develop an appropriate vehicle and procedure for “make-up” work.

All teachers must maintain accurate written and/or digital records (e.g. Schoology, Gradebook) containing the grades on
examinations, quizzes, homework assignments, projects, presentations activities, etc. which contribute to the determination of
each student’s final grade for the marking period. Teachers should be prepared to substantiate a grade to a parent/guardian and
administrator, if needed.
The school year shall consist of four quarterly reports or marking periods. According to the grading policy, the lowest grade
given for the first, second, and third marking period is 55 percent. During the fourth marking period, the grade given will be
the actual average that the student earned for the marking period. All marking periods will be averaged together to obtain a
final grade for the student.
Grading will be Pass/Fail for Plato Credit Recovery; Swimming will not be calculated in a student’s Grade Point Average
(GPA).
Non-core courses may use grading policy range and is subject to teacher’s discretion.
Midterms and Finals
Midterms and Finals are to be administered during class time to maximize instructional time. Midterms will make up 20
percent of the second marking period grade and Finals will make up 20% of the fourth marking period grade. Midterms can
be project based.

For half-year courses, the midterm will be 10% of the first marking period of the course, and the final exam will make up 10
percent of the second marking period of the course.
Regents Courses
Students are required to sit for the Regents examination in any course culminating in a Regents exam. A final exam can be
waived in lieu of the Regents exam.
Grading will be Pass/Fail for Plato Credit Recovery; Swimming will not be calculated in a student’s Grade Point Average
(GPA).

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                       CATEGORY                                         GRADING COMPONENT GRADES 6-12
          Formative & Summative Assessments
                                                                                              50%
                 Exams/Projects/Quizzes

                  Homework Assignments                                                        10%

               Classwork/Class Participation                                                  20%

                 Labs/Portfolios/Journals
                                                                                              20%
               Presentations/Literacy Tasks

                        GRADE LEVEL CLASSIFICATION
                                     Minimum                                                                  Minimum
                                     Number of                                                                Number of
       To Be Promoted:                Credits              Minimum Course Requirement                       Regents Passed
                                      Earned

      From             To
      Grade           Grade

          9             10                4.5                  1 credit must be in English                           1
                                                                     or Social Studies
         10             11                 10             A minimum of 1 credit in each of the                       2
                                                            core subject areas (English, Social
                                                         Studies, Science, Mathematics and LOTE)
         11             12                 16            Eligible to be fully scheduled to meet                      3
                                                        NYSED graduation requirements June of
                                                                the current school year.

With administrative approval, school counselors may use their professional judgment and discretion when determining grade
placement for students enrolled in a New York State public school for the first time. Regents’ requirements for grade classification
may be waived for students who transfer to a Mount Vernon City School District high school after completion of 10th grade from a
non-New York State Public School. All students must meet NYSED course and Regents exam requirements as set forth by NYSED
to graduate.

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                 GRADE POINT AVERAGE AND CLASS RANK
Numeric marks are used. The minimum passing mark is 65. The marks NM (No Mark) and NC (No Credit) receive no credit.
The mark MD (Medical Excuse) is used in Physical Education and receives full credit. Advanced Placement and Honors
courses are weighted; all other courses receive a weight of 1.0. Weight is determined according to the level of difficulty of
the course.

                                        COURSE WEIGHTING
                                       (AP) Advanced Placement, IB (HL), SUPA     1.10

                                       (H) Honors. IB(SL)                         1.05

It is the policy of the Mount Vernon Board of Education that the Mount Vernon City School District does not rank students.

                                         HONOR ROLL CRITERIA
 Principal’s Honor Roll          Maintain an average of 95 or higher with no grade less than 70 on Report Card
 High Honor Roll                 Maintain an average between 90-94.999 and no grade less than 70 on Report Card
 Honor Roll                      Maintain an average between 85-89.999 and no grade less than 70 on Report Card

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                                                Graduation Requirements
Each of Mount Vernon City School District’s high schools offer an extensive, academically rigorous curriculum aligned to New
York State Learning Standards. Offerings include: English, Social Studies, Natural Science, Mathematics, Spanish, Art, Music
and Physical Education. In order to earn a New York State high school diploma, a student must have a minimum of 22 high
school credits and meet New York State testing requirements.

TYPES OF DIPLOMAS AND CREDENTIALS
      • Local Diploma
      • Regents Diploma
      • Regents Diploma with an Advanced Designation
      • SACC: Skills and Achievement Commencement Credential
      • CDOS: Career Development and Occupational Studies Commencement Credential

                                                            COURSE REQUIREMENTS
                                                                                     Local Diploma                                            Regents Diploma
                        Required Courses                                            Regents Diploma
                                                                                                                                        w/ Advanced Designationa
                                                                                Minimum Credits Required
                                                                                                                                        Minimum Credits Required

     English                                                                                       4                                                     4
     Social Studies                                                                                4                                                     4
         Global History (2)
         U.S. History (1)
         Participation in Government (.5) Economics
         (.5)
     Mathematics                                                                                   3                                                     3
     Science                                                                                       3                                                     3
         Life Science (Living Environment) (1)a
         Physical Setting Science (Earth Science,
              Chemistry and/or Physics) (1)
         Life or Physical Science (1)
     World Languages                                                                               1b                                                     3c
     Visual Art, Music, Dance and/or Theater                                                       1                                                     1
     Health                                                                                       .5                                                     .5
     Physical Educationd                                                                           2                                                     2
     Sequence/Electives                                                                          3.5                                                   1.5
     Total Credits                                                                               22                                                    22

a
    All students in the Mount Vernon City School District take Living Environment in the 7th and 8th grades. Upon successful completion of the Living Environment course and
      passing the Regents, students will earn 1 high school credit.
b
    Students are required to have completed two units of study in a World Language by the end of their 9th grade year. Students may satisfy this requirement by completing two units
      of foreign language in middle school and passing the foreign language proficiency (Checkpoint A) test. All students in the Mount Vernon City School District take Spanish in the
      7th and 8th grades. Students with a disability may be excused from the LOTE requirement if so indicated on the IEP but must still earn 22 units of credit to graduate.
c
    Students acquiring a five-unit sequence of credits in one of the following areas may be exempt from the World Language requirement beyond one credit: Art, Music or Career
      and Technical Education. Students with a disability, who are excused from the LOTE requirement per their IEP, need not complete a five-unit sequence in the Arts or CTE in
      order to meet the requirements for the Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation.
d
    Participation in Physical Education is required each semester of a student’s enrollment in a New York State public high school.

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     TRADITIONAL REGENTS ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENTS
  SUBJECT                LOCAL/ REGENTS DIPLOMA                REGENTS DIPLOMA W/ADVANCED DESIGNATION

English                  English Language Arts                             English Language Arts
Social Studies     Global History & Geography and             Global History & Geography and U.S. History
                      U.S. History & Government                            & Government Regents
                      Regents
Mathematics         One Commencement Level Math:                      Algebra 1, Geometry and Algebra 2
                    Algebra 1, Geometry or Algebra 2
Science            One Commencement Level Science:            One Life Science Regents (Living Environment)
                   Living Environment, Earth Science,               and one Physical Science Regents
                          Chemistry or Physics                    (Earth Science, Chemistry or Physics)
World                                                         Checkpoint B Examination or Five-Unit Sequence
Languages                                                                   in the Arts or CTE
Total Exams:                         5                                             8 or 9

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               DIPLOMA AND CREDENTIAL REQUIREMENTS
                  Diploma/
Population        Credential           Option                                            Criteria
                    Type

                                                       • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
All Students        Regents           Traditional
                    Diploma                            • Meet traditional Regents assessment requirements: ELA, Global
                                                         History, U.S. History, Math (1) and Science (1)
                    Regents                            • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
All Students      Diploma with        Traditional      • Meet traditional Regents assessment requirements: ELA, Global History,
                   Advanced                              U.S. History, Math (3), Science (2) and LOTE Checkpoint B exam
                   Designation
                   All students                        • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
                  can choose an                        • Regents Assessment Requirements: ELA, SS (1), Math (1), Science (1),
                     alternate                           and one of the following:
                    pathway to
                   meet the 5th                            • English assessment in a different course from approved NYS
                    assessment                               department alternative
All Students                       Multiple Pathways
                   requirement                             • +1 Math Regents exam or approved NYS department alternative
                   for diploma
                     choice by                             • +1 Science Regents exam or approved NYS department alternative
                      meeting                              • +1 Social Studies Regents exam or approved NYS department
                  requirements                                alternative
                    for CDOS
                    or passing                             • CDOS Commencement Credential
                    an alternate                           • CTE pathway assessment following completion of an approved CTE
                    assessment                               program
                   Regents/                            • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
                  Regents with      Traditional and    • Meet traditional or multiple pathway assessment requirement with a
All Students       Advanced        Multiple Pathways     computed average score of 90 or better on assessments (no more than 2
                  Designation                            department approved alternatives may be substituted and will not count in
                  with Honors                            the computed average)
                                                       • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
All Students        Regents             Appeal
                    Diploma                            • Four Regents exams with a score of 65+ and one exam with a score of 60-64
                                                         and an appeal granted by the district
                                                       • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
All Students      Local Diploma         Appeal
                                                       • Three Regents exams with a score of 65+, two exams with a score of 60-64
                                                         and two appeals granted by the district
  English                                              • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
  Language        Local Diploma         Appeal
                                                       • Four Regents exams with a score of 65+, ELA exam with a score of 55-59
  Learners                                               and one appeal granted by the district
  English                                              • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
  Language        Local Diploma         Appeal
                                                       • 3 Regents exams with a score of 65+, 1 exam with a score of 60-64, ELA
  Learners                                               exam with a score of 55-59 and two district granted appeals
Students with a                                        • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
                  Local Diploma        Safety Net
 Disability                                            • 55+ on all required traditional/multiple pathways exams
                                                       • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
Students with a                     Compensatory
                  Local Diploma                        • 45-54 on any required traditional/multiple pathways exams except ELA and
 Disability                          Safety Net
                                                         Math can be compensated by a score of 65+ on another required exam
                                                         including ELA and Math
                                                       • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
Students with a   Local Diploma         Appeal
 Disability                                            • Must have three Regents exams with 55+, up to two exams 52-54 and two
                                                         appeals granted by the district

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     DIPLOMA AND CREDENTIAL REQUIREMENTS (cont’d)
                  Diploma/
Population        Credential         Option                                             Criteria
                    Type

                                                     • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
                                                     • ELA and Math Regents exams 55+ or successfully appealed score of 52-54
                                                     • Participated in other required exams, but has not passed one or more as
Students with a                   Superintendent’s     required for graduation
  Disability /    Local Diploma
                                   Determination     • Demonstrated proficiency in the subject area where student was not able to
     IEP
                                                       pass an exam
                                                     • Earned and passed all courses for graduation as required by local district
                                                       policy
                                                     • For consideration, parents must submit a written request

                                                     • Earn 22 credits and meet traditional credit distribution
                                                     • Student did not meet Regents requirement through low pass (55-64) safety
                                                       net or the compensatory option
                                                     • Student who was unable to achieve a minimum score of 55 or did not initiate
                                                       an appeal of a score between 52 and 54 on the English and/or Mathematics
Students with a                   Superintendent’s     Regents examinations
  Disability /    Local Diploma
                                   Determination     • Student has completed the requirements for the New York State Career
     IEP
                                                       Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Commencement Credential
                                                     • There must be evidence that the student participated in all Regents
                                                       examinations required for graduation but has not passed one or more of
                                                       these examinations
                                                     • There must be evidence that the student has otherwise demonstrated
                                                       graduation level proficiency in subject area(s)
                                                     • For consideration, a parent must submit a written request

                                                     • Completes a career plan; demonstrates attainment of the commencement
                                                       level Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) learning
 All students
                     Career                            standards in the area of career exploration and development, integrated
  other than
                  Development                          learning and universal foundation skills; satisfactorily completes the
those who are
   assessed            and                             equivalent of two units of study (216 hours) in Career and Technical
   using the      Occupational                         Education coursework and work-based learning (including at least 54 hours
NYS Alternate        Studies                           of work-based learning); and has at least one completed employability
 Assessment         (CDOS)                             profile; or
  (NYSSA)                                            • Student meets criteria for a national work readiness credential
                                                     NOTE: Credential is intended to be a supplement to a Local or Regents
                                                     Diploma
  Students
                                                     • All students with severe disabilities who attend school for not less than
 with severe
                   Skills and                          12 years, excluding kindergarten, exit with this credential which must be
 disabilities
                  Achievement                          accompanied by documentation of the student’s skills and strengths and
   that are
                                                       levels of independence in academic, career development, and foundation
  assessed
                                                       skills needed for post-school living, learning, and working.
  using the
  NYSAA

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                                                    SCHEDULING

High School Bell Schedule
The bell schedule at all three high schools consists of nine periods. All ninth, tenth and eleventh grade students are required to be
enrolled in seven instructional periods each semester, which must include English, Social Studies, Science, Math, and Physical
Education. Twelfth grade students are also expected to be enrolled in seven instructional periods, and no less than five
instructional periods plus Physical Education.

              PERIOD                                   START TIME                                       END TIME
                  1                                       7:50 AM                                        8:33 AM
                  2                                       8:36 AM                                        9:19 AM
                  3                                       9:22 AM                                       10:05 AM
           HOMEROOM                                      10:05 AM                                       10:13 AM
                4                                        10:16 AM                                       10:59 AM
            5 (Lunch)                                    11:02 AM                                       11:45 AM
            6 (Lunch)                                    11:48 AM                                       12:31 PM
                7                                        12:34 PM                                        1:17 PM
                8                                         1:20 PM                                        2:03 PM
                9                                         2:06 PM                                        2:49 PM
                                                 Selecting courses:
  • Graduation requirements represent the minimum number of courses needed to graduate.
  • Colleges expect students to take a rigorous program of study, expanding beyond the minimum requirements.
  • Mount Vernon City School District high school offerings include a number of electives in the humanities, STEM,
    Career and Technical Education, and the Performing and Visual Arts. Students are encouraged to explore their interests
    and challenge themselves. Annually, students in grades 9-12 and their parent/guardian are invited to discuss their
    interests, course selections, and post-secondary planning with their school counselor.

                                       Adding/Dropping a Course
Once the school term has begun, it is imperative that students are in class and engaged in the learning process. Therefore, students
are encouraged to give careful consideration before they register for a class.
  • Effective September 2009, students have the first seven (7) school days of any course in which to attempt to drop or
    add courses to their schedule. Schedule changes after the seven-day deadline will only be made with approval from the
    Administrator of the Guidance Department. Student-initiated schedule changes will be restricted to those related to
    improper academic placement or previous course failures that result in the student not meeting the prerequisite for
    graduation.
  • After the add/drop deadline has passed, it may be necessary for the Guidance Office to make a schedule change
    including, but not limited to, the following reasons: academic misplacement, change in IEP, teacher recommendation,
    a technical error in the scheduling process, a change in the master schedule, or adjustment for balancing classes.

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DUAL CREDIT FOR COLLEGE COURSES:
Students who wish to enroll in college level coursework shall meet all academic, grade level, and coursework requirements as set forth
by administrative guidelines. Students who have demonstrated intellectual and social maturity may choose to matriculate at any one
(1) of the colleges that have a cooperative agreement with our School District. Such opportunities may include early admission to
college, collegiate-level work offered in the high school or other means of providing advanced work. Review and approval by the
administration are necessary before any college courses may be taken during the school day. The Board shall not be required to pay
tuition and other related costs for those high school students enrolled in college courses.

                                         Sample Schedules by Grade

                                                         9th GRADE
              PERIOD                                                            CLASS
                   1                                                    English 1
                   2                                                Global History 1
                   3                                                    Chemistry
                   4                                Science Lab / Physical Education (alternating days)
                   5                                                    Algebra 1
                   6                                                Transitional Math
                   7                                                      Lunch
                   8                                                    Spanish 2
                   9                                  Career Reading & Writing, AVID or Fine Arts

                                                        10th GRADE
              PERIOD                                                            CLASS
                   1                                                    English 2
                   2                                                Global History 2
                   3                                                     Physics
                   4                                Science Lab / Physical Education (alternating days)
                   5                                                    Geometry
                   6                                                      Lunch
                   7                                                    Spanish 3
                   8                               Career Reading & Writing, AVID, Fine Arts, CTE or
                                                                         Elective
                   9                                        Health/Elective (alternating days)

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                                  11th GRADE
PERIOD                                                 CLASS
  1                                                 English 3
  2                                                U.S. History
  3                                        Introduction to Engineering
  4                             Elective / Physical Education (alternating days)
  5                                                 Algebra 2
  6                                                   Lunch
  7                                                 Spanish 4
  8                                   AVID, Fine Arts, CTE or Elective
  9                            SAT English/SAT Math (alternating days) or CTE

                                  12th GRADE
PERIOD                                                 CLASS
  1                                               English 4
  2                             Economics and Government (one semester each)
  3                                               Forensics
  4                              Physical Education/Elective (alternating days)
  5                                              Pre-Calculus
  6                                                 Lunch
  7                                              AP Spanish
  9                                   AVID, Fine Arts, CTE or Elective
  9                                                Elective

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                       Mount Vernon City School District
                      Graduation Requirement Worksheet
                  Use this sheet to record all of the courses and Regents Examinations you pass each June.

Name:________________________________________              ID:_________________________________________
Cohort:________________________________________              Counselor:___________________________________

 Middle School                SUBJECT AREA                 GRADE GRADE GRADE                 GRADE        Credits   Credits
    Credits                                                  9     10    11                    12         Req’d.    Earned
    Earned

                  English                                                                                     4
                  Social Studies                                                                              4
                    Global History (2)
                    U.S. History (1)
                    Participation in Government (.5)
                    Economics (.5)
                  Science                                                                                     3
                    Life Science (1)
                    Physical Setting Science (1)
                    Life or Physical Science (1)
                  Mathematics                                                                                 3
                  Health                                                                                      .5
                  Visual Art, Music, Dance and/or                                                             1
                  Theater
                  LOTE: Spanish                                                                               1
                  Physical Education                                                                          2
                  Electives                                                                                   3.5
                                        TOTAL CREDITS:                                                        22

 Credits             Required Courses
 Req’d.
           22 Credits are required for graduation       REGENTS EXAMS             SCORE
    4                       English                    ELA
    3                  Mathematics                     Global History &
                                                       Geography
                                                                                              H.S. Credits Earned
    2                  Global History
                                                                                              8th Grade
    1                   U.S. History                   U.S. History &
                                                       Government                             9th Grade
    .5           Participation in Government
                                                       Life Science                           10th Grade
    .5                    Economics
                                                       Physical Science                       11th Grade:
     1                 Science - Life
                                                       Math 1:                                12th Grade
     1               Science - Physical
                                                       Math 2:
    1             Science - Life or Physical                                                  Total Credits
                                                       Math 3:
    2                Physical Education
                                                       LOTE CHECKPOINT B
    .5                    Health
                                                       CPR
     1               LOTE (Spanish)
                                                       Pathway Assessment/ CDOS
     1             Applied Arts/Fine Arts
   3.5                      Electives

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                 2020-2021 Course Offerings

         ENGLISH                                          HUMANITIES ELECTIVES
1303 English 1                                      0090 AVID 9
1303H English1Honors                                0010 AVID 10
1404 English 2                                      0011 AVID 11
1404H English 2 Honors                              0012 AVID 12
1505 English 3 ®                                    0271 Career Reading and Writing I
1901 AP English Lit. & Composition                  0371 Career Reading and Writing II
1902 AP English Lit. & Composition ®                3703 African American Studies
IB1001-1002 English Language & Literature           1052 Creative Writing
1606 English 4                                      1053 Public Speaking
1054 SAT/ACT English                                1055 Journalism
ENGLISH AS A NEW LANGUAGE                           1056 Journalism II
9510 ENL Entering                                   1904 SUPA Class and Literary Texts
9512 ENL Emerging                                   3801 Introduction to Sociology
9514 ENL Transitioning                              3906 SUPA Foundations of Human Behavior
9515 ENL Expanding                                  1903 SUPA Gender & Literary Texts
9516 ENL Commanding                                 1900 SUPA Presentational Speaking
SOCIAL STUDIES                                      1905 SUPA Introduction to Creative Nonfiction
3404 Global History & Geography 1                   3707 Dystopian Literature
3505 Global History & Geography II ®                3708 History of NYC
3404H Global History & Geography 1 Honors           IB3003-3004 Economics (HL)
3505H Global History & Geography II Honors          IB1001-1002 English A – Language & Literature (HL)
3901 AP World History 1                             IB1010 Extended Essay (HL)
3902 AP World History 2 ®                           IB3101-3102 History of The Americas (HL)
3903 AP U.S. History ®                              3706 Latin American History
3913 SUPA U.S. History®                             IB3010 Social & Cultural Anthropology
IB3101-3102 History of Americas                     IB5001-5002 Theory of Knowledge
3303 U.S. History and Government ®                  IB5003-5004 Creativity, Activity, Science (CAS)
3606 Participation in Government                    3908 SUPA Economic Ideas and Issues
3607 Economics                                      3909 SUPA – Introduction to Public Policy Analysis
3905 AP U.S. Government and Politics

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         SCIENCE                                           PERFORMING & VISUAL ARTS
4301 Living Environment ®                           6800 Beginning Band
4603 Chemistry                                      6804 Intermediate Band
4303 Chemistry ®                                    6808 Advanced Band
4604 Physics                                        6702 Concert Band
4304 Physics ®                                      6806 Beginning Orchestra
4309 Environmental Science                          6807 Intermediate Orchestra
4602 Forensics                                      6808 Advanced Orchestra
4308 Introduction to Engineering                    6704 Voice I
4901 AP Biology                                     6705 Voice II
4902 AP Chemistry                                   6709 Voice III
4903 AP Environmental Science                       6712 Voice IV
3800 Introduction to Psychology                     6801 Music Theory I
4904 AP Psychology                                  6803 Music Theory II
IB 4001 Environmental Systems & Societies           6950 AP Music Theory
4501 PLTW Introduction to Engineering Design        6701 Music Appreciation
4502 PLTW Principles of Engineering                 6511 Acting I
4507 PLTW Principles of Biomedical Science          6512 Acting II
4508 PLTW Human Body Systems                        6513 Acting III
4506 Computer Integrated Manufacturing              6514 Acting IV
2608 AP Computer Science Principles                 6922 Technical Theatre & Design I
    MATHEMATICS                                     6923 Technical Theatre & Design II
2221 Algebra 1                                      6924 Stage Design & Production I
2602 Geometry                                       6925 Stage Design & Production II
2300 Geometry ®                                     6901 Dance I
2603 Algebra 2                                      6902 Dance II
2303 Algebra 2 ®                                    6903 Dance III
2306 Statistics                                     6904 Dance IV
2304 Pre-Calculus                                   6907 Dance History
2310 SAT/ACT Math                                   6911 Tap Dance I
2901 AP Calculus AB                                 6912 Tap Dance II
2903 AP Statistics                                  6913 Tap Dance III
IB2001-2002 DP Mathematics (SL)                     6914 Tap Dance IV
    SPANISH/WORLD LANGUAGES                         6302 Studio Art I
9010 Spanish I                                      6401 Studio Art II
9020 Spanish II                                     6403 Studio Art III
9030 Spanish III                                    6404 Studio Art IV
9040 Spanish IV                                     6840 AP Studio Art 2D
9050 Spanish Native Language Arts                   6810 Beginning Piano
9060 AP Spanish Language & Culture                  6820 Intermediate Piano
IB 9001-9002 Language AB                            6811 Strings I
9012 World Language Elective 9-12 (RS)              6812 Strings II
                                                    6813 Strings III
                                                    6905 Dance Company
                                                    6930 Jazz Band
                                                    6940 Voice & Diction
                                                    6941 Theatre History
                                                    6960 Beginning Chorus

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CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION                            PHYSICAL EDUCATION & HEALTH
6011 Accounting                                        5301 Physical Education 9
7003 Automotive Tech I                                 5401 Physical Education 10
7004 Automotive Tech II                                5402 Physical Education 11
7005 Automotive Tech III                               5403 Physical Education 12
7201 Barbering 1                                       5601 Fitness for Life I
7202 Barbering 2                                       5602 Fitness for Life II
7203 Barbering 3                                       5603 Fitness for Life III
7010 Career and Financial Management                   5604 Fitness/Dance
7200 Careers in Health                                 5900 Health
7221 Certified Nursing Assistant
7911 Cisco 1 - IT Essentials
7912 CCNA Routing and Switching
7913 CCNA Security
7013 Computer Animation
7018 Cosmetology I
7019 Cosmetology II
7020 Cosmetology III
7021 Culinary Arts I
7022 Culinary Arts II
7023 Culinary Arts III
7210 Dentistry I
7026 Digital Imaging
7029 Entrepreneurship
7036 Graphic Arts
7042 Integrated Office Applications I
7043 Integrated Office Applications II
7058 Print Production
7060 Television Production I
7061 Television Production II
7062 Television Production III
7064 Web Design I
7065 Web Design II

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