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1 ELLISON HIGH SCHOOL Registration Sheet GUIDANCE: Milton Amundson; Juli Fischer; Heather Moore; Crystal Morris; Sarah Noteboom; Amy Picot; TyAnna Virdell Last Name First Name I.D.# Address Grade Level Home Phone Work Phone Date PLEASE CHECK THE APPROPRIATE RESPONSE 1. We are moving from Killeen ISD and my child will NOT return for the school year. We will be moving to (city and state) 2. My child WILL be returning to KISD for the school year. List fall and spring courses and four (4) alternate courses in PENCIL. Fall Semester Spring Semester English Course: English Course: Math Course: Math Course: Science Course: Science Course: Social Studies Course: Social Studies Course: Alternate Course Choices: (list in order of preference) 1) 2) 3) 4) Parent Signature Student Signature Date

2 NAME: ID # SIGNATURE PAGE I. Students requesting Pre-AP/AP/Dual Enrollment/TAG Courses: Please list the courses in the space below. I understand that when I enroll in courses, I am committing myself to a more rigorous curriculum that requires additional time and effort. A recommended prerequisite of entering Pre-AP, AP, DE, or TAG level courses in KISD is grade of 85 or better in the previous course work. I also understand that if I fail all or part of this course or receive an NG, I will not be allowed to retake the class at the Pre-AP, AP, Dual Enrollment, or TAG level. If I need this credit I will be required to retake it as a regular class. I understand that if I earn a failing grade in a Pre-AP, AP, DE, or TAG class at the semester grading period, I may be placed in a lower level course for the following semester. Students enrolled in an AP course will be required to take the Advanced Placement Exam. II. Students requesting athletics or other special course may: provide their own transportation for these activities. spend extra time after school. wear and be responsible for uniforms. be required to attend performances. meet UIL eligibility requirements. follow school rules at all times. wear ID badges to school sponsored events. attend summer practices. have required physicals for athletics before working out. Coach/Teacher Signature Course I understand the requirements for extracurricular activities. I agree with the expectations and will assume responsibility for providing transportation when necessary. III. Parents and/or Guardians: I understand that my student is enrolled for a year s worth of courses. Schedule changes will be made only when absolutely necessary. Students may request a course change only if an error in preregistration course requests has been made. My signature confirms agreement to selections of student s final requests for school year (assuming no failures), Pre- AP/AP/DE/TAG course requests, and curricular expectations. The courses that I have approved listed on this form do meet the goals toward graduation that I have for my student. Parent Signature Date Student Signature

3 ELLISON HIGH SCHOOL Personal Graduation Plan The state of Texas requires a Personal Graduation Plan, so please complete the following information for your student. Last Name First Name I.D.# Grade Level Home Phone Work Phone Career Goal Please check all that apply to aid your student in attaining graduation: Attend tutorials as needed Complete and turn in all assignments Maintain daily agenda of assignments with due dates Participate in class discussions Request help or clarification when needed Take notes in class and review nightly Parent goals please check all that apply: College readiness Increase test scores Increase student and parent involvement Decrease behavior referrals Improve attendance Improve grades Improve reading Parent Signature Date Student Signature

4 CORE REQUIREMENTS: Under each core requirement, select the course you would like to take. ENGLISH English IV (1105) AP English Literature & Composition IV (1137) *AP courses are most rigorous and require additional effort, time, and commitment. English IV DC (1190) *Must meet CTC TSI Testing Requirements; must have successfully completed English III DE. MATHEMATICS Algebra II (3352) *Must have taken & passed Geometry Algebra II P-AP (3391) *P-AP courses are more rigorous and Advanced Quantitative Reasoning (3568) *Must have taken & passed Algebra II Discrete Mathematices for Problem Solving (3572) *Must have taken & passed Algebra I & Geometry Pre-Calculus (3354) *Must have taken & passed Algebra II Pre-Calculus P-AP (3401) *P-AP courses are more rigorous and Statistics (0000) AP Calculus (AB) (3367) *AP courses are most rigorous and Statistics and Risk Management (at CC, 7963) *Must have three prior math credits. Independent Study in Math 3 - Contemporary Math I DC (3569) * Must meet CTC TSI Testing Requirements, semester long course. Independent Study in Math 3 - Elementary Statistical Methods DC (3570) * Must meet CTC TSI Testing Requirements, semester long course. Independent Study Math College Algebra DC (3561) * Must meet CTC TSI Testing Requirements, semester long course. Independent Study Math Pre-Calculus DC (3562) * Must meet CTC TSI Testing Requirements, semester long course. SOCIAL STUDIES Economics of the Free Enterprise System (5300) Semester course Economics of Free Enterprise DC (5342) * Must meet CTC TSI Testing Requirements United States Government (5302) Semester course US Government DC (5347) * Must meet CTC TSI Testing Requirements. AP Macroeconomics (5308) *AP courses are most rigorous and AP U.S. Government and Politics (5309) *AP courses are most rigorous and require additional effort, time, and commitment. AP European History (0000) *AP courses are most rigorous and SCIENCE Chemistry (4703) Chemistry P-AP (4731) *P-AP courses are more rigorous and AP Chemistry (4715) *AP courses are most rigorous and Physics (4704) Physics P-AP (4732) *P-AP courses are more rigorous and AP Physics I Algebra Based (4833) *AP courses are most rigorous and AP Physics II Algebra Based (4834) *AP courses are most rigorous and Advanced Animal Science (at CC, 7952) Advanced Plant & Soil Science (at CC, 7969) Anatomy & Physiology of Human Sys Hnrs (7653) Astronomy (4706) Environmental Systems (4701) Aquatic Science (4702) Earth and Space Science (4720) Scientific Research & Design 2 Biology DC (4831) *Must meet CTC TSI Testing Pathophysiology (at CC, 6055)

5 COMMUNICATION Communication Applications (6307) Debate I/II (6311/1252) FOREIGN LANGUAGES All 1 credit* Spanish I (4213) Spanish II (4214) Spanish III P-AP (4230) *P-AP courses are more rigorous and AP Spanish Language IV (4221) *AP courses are most rigorous and FINE ARTS All 1 credit* Art I (1610) Art I P-AP (1611) Art II, Drawing I(1620) Art II, Drawing I P-AP (1621) Art II, Painting I (1655) Art II, Painting I P-AP (1622) Art II, Sculpture I (1656) Dance I/II/III (2200/2001/2002) Dance I PE Substitute (2255) ATHLETIC COURSES Athletic Courses (substitutes PE Credit): Circle your ONE choice. Must have a required physical for athletics before working out. ALL 1 credit. NOTE: Only FOUR (4) PE substitutes may be utilized for graduation credit. Athletic Trainer (2652) *Requires approval Soccer Girls (2776) Baseball (2770) Softball (2779) Basketball Boys (2771) Swimming (2781) *Requires transportation Basketball Girls (2772) Tennis Boys & Girls (2782) Cross Country Boys (2797) *Summer Practice Track Boys (2785) Cross Country Girls (2798) *Summer Practice Track Girls (2786) Football (2773)*Summer Eagle Camp required Volleyball (2788) *Summer Tryout Golf (2775) *Requires transportation Wrestling Boys (2789) Soccer Boys (2777) Wrestling Girls (2790) Cheerleading & Emeralds/Jewels by TRYOUT ONLY! French I (4200) French II (4201) French III P-AP (4227) *P-AP courses are more rigorous and AP French Language (4217) *AP courses are most rigorous and German I (4204) German II (4205) German III P-AP (4228) *P-AP courses are more rigorous and Theatre Arts I-IV (2300/2301/2302/2303) Technical Theatre I/II (2340/8201) Theatre Production I/II (2320/2321) Music I-IV Choir (2170/2171/2172/2173) Music I-IV Band (1991/1996/1997/1998) Music I-IV Jazz Band (1840/1841/1842/1843) Music Theory I (2400) AP Music Theory (2402) Prin. & Elem. of Floral Des. (at HS 7953 & CC 7953J) PHYSICAL EDUCATION ALL 1 credit* PE Classes: (Do NOT enroll in this course if you take a Sport, ROTC, Band, or Drill Team. Also, only one PE course can be taken each semester.) Substitutes: Found. of Personal Fit. (2810) Individual or Team Sp (2812) Aerobic Activities (2811) JROTC I (4051) Drill Team (2228/2229) *Tryout only

6 AGRICULTURE, FOOD, & NATURAL RESOURCES Prin. of Ag., Food, and Natural Res. (7518) 1 credit Livestock Production (7563) ½ credit Small Animal Management (7562) ½ credit Equine (HORSE) Science (7564) ½ credit Veterinary Medical Applications (at CC, 6047) 1 credit Practicum in Ag Vet Med. (at CC, 6071/6072) 2 credits Advanced Animal Science (at CC, 7952) 1 Science credit Energy and Natural Res Tech. (at CC, 7514) 1 credit Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology Mgt (7570) ½ credit Advanced Environmental Tech. (at CC, 6048) 1 credit Pract. in Ag Nat. Resour (at CC, 6066/6049) 2 credits Adv. Plant & Soil Science (at CC, 7969) 1 Science credit Prin. & Elements of Floral Design (7953) 1 FA credit Landscape Design & Turf Grass (at CC, 6099) ½ credit Horticulture Science (at CC, 7558) ½ credit Pract. in Ag Hort. Sci. (at CC, 6073/6074) 2 credits Ag. Mechanics & Metal Tech. (at CC, 7951) 1 credit Food Technology and Safety (7557) ½ credit ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION Prin. Architecture & Construction (7520) 1 credit Interior Design (6523) 1 credit Construction Management (at CC, 6060) 2 credits Advanced Construction Mgt (at CC, 6061) 2 credits Pract. in Construction Mgt (at CC, 6069/6062) 2 credits ARTS, A/V TECHNOLOGY & COMMUNICATIONS Prin. Arts, A/V Technology & Comm. (6014) 1 credit Commercial Photography (at CC, 6013) 1 credit Adv. Commercial Photography (6087) 2 credits Fashion Design (7513) 1 credit Graphic Des & Illustration (at HS & CC, 6010) 1 credit Adv. Graphic Design and Ill. (at CC, 6052) 2 credits Practicum in Graphic Des (at CC, 6068/6053) 2 credits Audio Video Production (at CC, 7956) 2 credits Adv. Audio/Video Production (at CC, 7955) 2 credits Practicum in A/V Prod (at CC, 6067/6051) 2 credits Animation (at CC, 6076) 2 credits Advanced Animation (at CC, 3106) 2 credits Video Game Design I (at CC, 7962) 1 credit Video Game Design II (at CC, 6080) 1 credit Video Game Design III (at CC, 6127) 1 credit Radio Broadcasting I (at CC, 6113) 1 credit Radio Broadcasting II (at CC, 6114) 1 credit BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION Prin. of Business, Mkt., and Finance (7519) 1 credit Dollars and Sense (8561) ½ credit Business Law (7981) ½ credit Global Business (7710) 1 credit Business Management (at CC, 6128) 1 credit EDUCATION AND TRAINING Principles of Education & Training (6097) ½ credit Human Growth & Dev (6015) 1 credit Instruct Practices in Edu & Train (at CC, 6104) 1 credit Practicum in Ed. & Train. I (at CC, 7663) 2 credits Pract in Ed. & Train. II (at CC, 6095/6096) 2 credits FINANCE Prin. of Business, Mkt., and Finance (7519) 1 credit Dollars and Sense (8561) ½ credit Banking & Financial Services (7980) ½ credit Accounting I (7575) 1 credit Insurance Operations (at CC, 6081) 1 credit Statistics & Risk Mgt. (at CC, 7963) 1 credit HEALTH SCIENCE Principles of Health Science (6011) 1 credit Medical Terminology (7592) ½ credit Problems & Solutions Medical Admin Support (at CC, 6110) 1 credit Medical Coding (at CC, 6075) 1 credit Practicum in Business Medical Admin (at CC, 6111) 2 credits Pract. in Hlth Sci. I - LVN (at CC, 6112) 2 credits Pract. in Hlth Sci. I - CNA (at CC, 6000) 1½ credits Pract. in Hlth Sci. I - Clinical Rotation (at CC, 6001) 1 ½ credits *Must take 6000 & 6001 Pract. in Hlth Sci. II Phleb.(at CC, 6085) 3 credits Pract. in Hlth Sci. II Pharm.(at CC, 6086) 3 credits Pract. in Hlth Sci. II - EMT (at CC, 6077) 2 credits Pathophysiology (at CC, 6055) 1 credit HOSPITALITY & TOURISM Principles of Hospitality & Tourism (at CTC, 6120) 1 credit *Taken concurrently with Culinary Arts Culinary Arts (at CTC, 6121) 2 credit *Taken concurrently with Principles of Hospitality & Tourism Pract. in Culinary Arts I/II (at CTC, 6122/6123) 2 credits

7 HUMAN SERVICES Principles of Human Services (6012) 1 credit Child Development (6118) 1 credit Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness (7602) ½ credit Cosmetology I (at CC, 7629) 3 credits Cosmetology II (at CC, 7630) 3 credits LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY, CORRECTIONS & SECURITY Law Enforcement I (7510) 1 credit Court Systems & Practices (7524) 1 credit Law Enforcement II (7511) 1 credit Problems and Solutions (at CC, 6044) 1 credit Firefighter I (at CC, 7793) 2 credits *Must take 6044&7793 Firefighter II (at CC, 7728) 3 credits MANUFACTURING Welding (at CC, 7521) 2 credits Advanced Welding (at CC, 7666) 2 credits Practicum in Manufact-Welding (at CC, 6129) 2 credits TECHNOLOGY Principles of Information Technology (7610) 1 credit Digital and Interactive Media (7576) 1 credit Web Technologies (at CC, 3107) 1 credit Research in Info. Tech. (at CC, 6059) 2 credits Telecom. and Networking (at CC, 6056) 1 credit Internetworking Technologies I (at CC, 6057) 2 credits Internetworking Technologies II (at CC, 6058) 2 credits Fundamentals of Computer Science (3132) 1 credit Computer Science I (7400) 1 credit TRANSPORTATION, DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS Prin. of Trans., Dist. & Logistics (6100) 1 credit Automotive Technology (at CC, 6083) 2 credits Adv. Automotive Technology (at CC, 6084) 2 credits Practicum in Trans., Dist. (at CC, 6063/6064) 2 credits CAREER DEVELOPMENT *Students must have and maintain a job in order to be enrolled in this course. Career Preparation I (at CC, 7778) 3 credits Career Preparation II (at CC, 7779) 3 credits MARKETING Prin. of Business, Mkt., and Finance (7519) 1 credit GENERAL ELECTIVES 1 credit AVID IV (1024) Junior Reserve Officers Training I-IV (JROTC, 4055/4052/4053/4054) Journalism I (1113) Advanced Journalism I, II Yearbook Production (1114/1115) Advanced Journalism I, II Newspaper Production (1117/1118) Creative Writing (1329) Sports Medicine I/II (2653/2354) GENERAL ELECTIVES ½ credit Psychology (5305) AP Psychology (5313) Psychology DC (5455) *Must meet CTC TSI Testing Sociology (5306) Sociology DC (5456) *Must meet CTC TSI Testing Health (2501)

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