Hudson's Bay HS
December 11, 2016

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Bay Counseling Center

To contact us by email type our firstname.lastname@vansd.org

Debbie Dong - Clerk

313-4407 - Phone

313- 4497 Fax

Call Debbie to set appointment w/ appropriate counselor.

 

Elizabeth Mikaele

All grades

Students Last Name A-Eq

313-4434

 

Kara Hecker

All grades

Students Last Name Er-Lam

313-4433

 

Dan Brdar

All grades

Students Last Name Lan-Re

313-4435

 

Dionne Vester

All grades

Students Last Name Rf-Z

313-4432

 

Megan Fullbright

Bay Lieser, &

Success Academy

313-4408

 

Susan Peng-Cowan

Intervention Specialist

313-4431

 

Chelsea Unger

Family Resource Center

313-4571


How To Read A Transcript
Are you on track for graduation? Click on the link above to review a powerpoint presentation on how to read your transcript and contact information on getting back on track.

INFO. FOR PARENT(S) / GUARDIAN(S)

Parent Action Plan: Seniors
Parents: From college applications to high school graduation, this is going to be a busy year for you and your 12th-grader. Are you ready?
Parent Action Plan: Juniors
Parents: Are you ready to help your 11th-grader search for colleges, get ready for college admission tests and research financial aid?
Parent Action Plan: Sophomores
Parents: Tenth grade is a great time to decide on college “must-haves” and explore career ideas. Find out how to help your student.
Parent Action Plan: Freshmen
Parents: Find out how you can help your 9th-grader adjust to high school and begin to think about college.



MISSION

The counseling center will be more intentional and proactive in our approach to working with students, families, and staff.  To do that beginning the 2014-2015 school year the counseling team will be working with 9th-12th grade students based on their last name.  One major benefit of the change is that families with multiple children attending Bay will be able to work with one counselor.

Specific services include: classroom guidance activities, group/individual counseling,  career counseling, crisis intervention,  assistance and consultation for parent, and liaison between teachers, students, parents and community services.

Resource Page
Click on link above to get information about mental health resources, workshops, health care, and community outreach programs.

 

Graduation Requirements for Class of 2017-2019

Must pass credits, all state testing, WA History, and High School & Beyond Plan to earn a diploma in June of senior year.

 

Credits Needed

English                                 4.0 credits

Math                                    3.0 credits

Science                                2.0 credits

CWP                                     1.0 credit

U.S. History                        1.0 credit

World Themes                  1.0 credit

PE                                        1.5 credits

Health                                 0.5 credit

Occupational Ed.              1.0 credit

Art                                       1.0 credit

Electives                             6.5 credits

                                
       TOTAL : 22.5 credits

 

State Testing

If the student doesn't pass the first time it is important that they tests every time there is a retake window if they don't pass on the first time. 

English Language Arts

Math

Science


SBAC ELA Test

 

Algebra I EOC

- OR-

Geometry EOC

- OR-

SBAC Math Test

 

Biology EOC

 

 

 

 

CLASS OF 2020 - 9th

 NEW GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS SEE BELOW

New Graduation Requirements - Starting with the Class of 2020
The Washington K-12 system is beginning a transition to new assessments and new graduation requirements that will be effective for the graduating Class of 2020. The State Board of Education sets graduation requirements that are intended to be high, meaningful, and fair, that every student can meet. The new assessments and credit graduation requirements are part of a statewide effort to prepare our graduates for careers and college. The goal is that all students leave secondary education ready to succeed in their next steps. Click on link above to review further information on the state website.
Class of 2020 - Graduation Requirement Video
Click on link above to review a short You Tube video that summarizes and explains the changes.
Parent Action Plan: Middle School
Parents: Find out how to help your middle school student develop the right work and study habits to prepare for high school and college.

2016-2017 Running Start Program Guidelines
Click on the link above to review program guidelines.
How to Read An Individual Score Report
Click on the link above to view a sample individual score report. Pass the cursor over the balloons placed in various locations of the report to view descriptions of the identified area. Please read through the other items listed below to find answers to your questions prior to contacting or making an appointment with your student’s counselor.
Frequently Asked Questions About State Testing
Still have questions about state testing? Click on the link above to see if they have your answer.

COLLEGE BOUND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

-Enrollment in 7th/8th grade (based on free/reduced lunch status at that time)

-Foster youth in grades 7th-12th are automatically enrolled by the state

College Bound Scholarship Overview
Please click on link above to review eligibility, rules, award amounts, and reason why students lose eligibility.
Ready Set Grad
Please click on the link above to review useful resources in the college preparatory process.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - MUST COMPLETE FOR COLLEGE BOUND SCHOLARSHIP

FAFSA is the primary form that you and your parents/guardians must complete to start the process of receiving financial aid, including the College Bound Scholarship. February 1, 2016 is the priority filing date. This means that you should file the form sometime in January, even before your parents file their income tax and before you are accepted to college! By doing that you will be at the front of the "financial aid line" and be in the best position to receive all the financial aid you are eligible to receive. www.fafsa.ed.gov

College Bound Scholarship Checklist - 12th grade
If you applied for the College Bound Scholarship (CBS) when you were in middle school the link above will help you navigate the steps to take in twelfth grade to make sure you are college-ready when you graduate from high school.
College Bound Scholarship Checklist - 11th grade
If you applied for the College Bound Scholarship (CBS) when you were in middle school the link above will help you navigate the steps to take in eleventh grade to make sure you are college-ready when you graduate from high school.
College Bound Scholarship Checklist - 10th grade
If you applied for the College Bound Scholarship (CBS) when you were in middle school the link above will help you navigate the steps to take in tenth grade to make sure you are college-ready when you graduate from high school.
College Bound Scholarship Checklist - 9th grade
If you applied for the College Bound Scholarship (CBS) when you were in middle school the link above will help you navigate the steps to take in ninth grade to make sure you are college-ready when you graduate from high school.

STANDARD SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

HOW TO PREPARE FOR LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL

HB 1079
In 2003, the Washington State Legislature approved HB (House Bill) 1079, a historic action that makes a college education much more affordable for certain undocumented students. Click on the link above to go directly the website to get resources on planning and paying for college.
PSAT/NMSQT
The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) is a program cosponsored by the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). It's a standardized test that provides firsthand practice for the SAT®. It also gives you a chance to enter NMSC scholarship programs and gain access to college and career planning tools. Click on the link above for more details.

LEARNING LINKS AND ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Take Control of Homework
Homework is an essential part of high school — and college. Setting good habits now will help you later. Use these tips to manage the work.
8 Ways to Take Control of Your Time
Developing time-management skills now will help you in your college career and beyond. Find out how you can get started and stay on schedule.
Learning What You Love in High School
High school is the perfect time for you to explore your talents and hobbies, and find out what it is that you really enjoy doing.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS

Hazel Dell Boys&Girls Club Volunteer Opportunities
 
All new volunteers need to attend one of our scheduled orientations. These take place at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and 4:30 p.m. on Fridays. High school volunteers are required to become club members. To make it easier for them, we will waive the sign up fee for all volunteers.
 
The minimum requirement for any volunteer  is one hour per week for three months.
 
1.PROGRAM ASSISTANT:  This person is essentially a teachers aid. They will be asked to make copies and help with snack duties, but mostly they will be spending time with kids in groups.
 
2.Tutor/mentor: . This position has a higher required commitment. We ask those interested in becoming tutor/mentors to remain as volunteers at club for the duration of the school year from the time that they register. High school volunteers may only work with grades under six.
 
3.Special/event volunteers: These individuals may arrive only once or run ongoing classes/programs. We are interested in volunteers who want to specialize in the arts, academics, athletics etc.
 
High School students interested in becoming a volunteer may contact Jacob  by phone or email as stated below. He is available between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
 
Jacob Matusik
Volunteer Coordinator
Clinton & Gloria John Clubhouse
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington

CREDIT RECOVERY OPTIONS

Washington Youth Academy (WYA) Website
The Washington Youth Academy (WYA) is a division of the National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program run in Bremerton, WA. Established under authority of both federal and state law, the WYA is a state-run residential and post-residential intervention for 16-18 year olds who have dropped out of high school or are at risk of dropping out. The Washington Youth Academy is a quasi-military training and mentoring program for at-risk youth. The goal of the program is to give youth a second chance to become responsible and productive citizens by helping them improve their life skills, education levels, and employment potential. The program incorporates a highly structured format, with an emphasis on student discipline and personal responsibility to provide a positive, safe, and secure learning environment.
Washington Youth Academy (WYA) Brochure
To print a brochure about WYA click on the link above.
La Washington Youth Academy (WYA) folleto en espanol
La Washington Youth Academy está libre de costo para las familias. Está patrocinado por la Guardia Nacional de Washington y ubi-cado en Bremerton, Washington. Los estudi-antes elegibles deben:  -Ser deficientes en créditos de la escuela o en riesgo de abandonar la escuela secundaria.  -Tener 16 a 18 años de edad cuando se inicia el programa.  -Ser residente legal en los Estados Unidos y el Estado de Washington.  -Estar física y mentalmente capaz de com-pletar el programa.  -Estar libre de drogas al momento de in-scripción.  -No estar bajo proceso o condenado por un delito grave.
Success Academy
Eleventh and twelfth grade students who are deficient 1.5 to 8.0 credits who would like to attempt to graduate on time. Half of the student's day is spent in core classes and the other half is spent in the Success Academy on Bay's campus where a personalized learning plan is developed to help each student achieve his/her graduation goals. Students that are successful in the program are self-starters, have good attendance, and have the ability to find transportation to and from school at the designated time. For more information and to see if your student meets the requirements to participate please set up an appointment with your student's counselor.
After School PLATO
This option serves students who are credit deficient and motivated to recover credits with some classroom teacher support, through a competency based on-line delivery program. Students that are focused on graduation and post high school are able to recover the credits at a pace that enables them to achieve their goals. For more information and to see if your student meets the requirements to participate please email or set up an appointment with your student's counselor.

 

ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL SETTINGS

Vancouver Flex Academy
A new magnet program is opening in the Fall 2013 in Vancouver Public Schools. Lewis and Clark High School is blazing a trail for motivated, hard-working students who will excel in a non-traditional school setting. This school of choice features learning on one-to-one laptop computers with the support and guidance of caring teachers. The former Lewis and Clark High School now called Vancouver Flex Academy has a few remaining openings for the 2014-2015 school year. You can apply online now, or call the school at 360-313-4350 to learn more or to set up an appointment.
Vancouver Virtual Learning Academy (VVLA)
Vancouver Virtual Learning Academy is an online school based at the Lieser Campus for students in grades 6-12. The academy offers students opportunity to take classes in a 24/7 learning environment. A certified teacher meets with students weekly during an onsite lab session.
Vancouver Home Connection (VHC)
In Vancouver Public Schools, parents and students have choices, and one of those choices is to home school. Vancouver Home Connection provides the best of home schooling combined with direct teacher support. Our program is tailored to meet the unique needs of students.
Bridges Academy @ Skills Center
The Bridges Academy is a partnership between ESD 112 and the Clark County Skills Center designed to provide high quality career and technical education to students who have dropped out of high school or are in danger of dropping out due to credit deficiency.
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