Central High School
Student Advisory Period
Student Success Plan
Instructor: Mr. Kevin Weingartner
Grade: Pass or No Pass
Advisory is a period of time during the school day dedicated to increasing academic achievement by removing barriers to learning and providing interventions and support. Advisory Period is a credit-earning class and is required for all Central High School students. Students can earn one-quarter elective credit per semester and 2 elective credits during a 4 year high school career. Students will be afforded the opportunity to: plan, progress, and complete their educational and career action plans (E-CAP), organize their day, receive important school information, homework completion time, and tutoring time, while building positive leadership skills and connectedness to their school, peers, and Advisory Teacher.
Materials Required: School ID and planner (agenda)
Advisory period is a credit earning class. The grade earned is on a Pass/No Pass basis. There will be one point possible for each component listed below. Students can earn 5 points every grading period if they meet the PRIDE expectations.
Grading Scale: 3-5/5 Pass
0-2/5 No Pass
Proud: Participate in and/or attend 1 or more campus event every quarter or a minimum of 2 events per semester.
Respectful/Responsible: Positive behavior during advisory (appropriate language, care for school property, good attendance)
Inspired: Evidence of service to school or others (advisory campus clean up, community service)
Determined: Prepared/Planner check (evidence of traveling and/or planner use)
Empowered: Active participation in at least one club, or successful completion in at least sport or record of after school tutoring.
Academic tutoring and test preparation is available to all students. Additional support for passing classes and graduating on time is the intent of these services. Support through Title I funding is available in the areas of: math, reading and English. If interested, please contact the Principal Ms. Leticia Avalos or Assistant Principal for Instruction Jacob Lambert for additional information at 764-7500.