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1 PURPOSE OF THE CIM The purpose of the Certificate of Initial Mastery (CIM) is to assure that each student has mastered key academic knowledge and skills at high proficiency levels. This purpose emphasizes that: All students have the skills to read, write, reason, communicate and solve problems. All students have the opportunity to learn, think, retrieve information and use technology. All students have the opportunity to work effectively as individuals and in a group setting. Student assessment is based on academic content standards in reading/literature, writing, mathematics, mathematical problem solving, and science. WHY SHOULD YOUR STUDENT EARN A CIM? Although earning a CIM is not required for graduation, it has considerable value: Satisfies one of the criteria for a student to receive a Scholars Diploma. Completing the Reading, Writing, & Math CIM is a measure for student preparedness for SHS advance courses. In order to receive a CAM in a career area, you will need a CIM. State tests are given each year during testing windows. Within these windows, each school determines on which days it will administer state tests. During the school s testing period, a student can take a state test for the first time or re-take a test. New State CIM Info/Requirements will be posted March 2007 Scappoose High School Graduation Requirements Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Sciences Civics Senior Seminar Physical Education Health Applied Arts, Fine Arts Electives (which includes 1.0 advisory credit) Total Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Sciences Civics/Senior Seminar Applied Arts, Fine Arts Second Language Physical Education Health Electives Total Students must meet the requirements above in addition to the following: Develop an education plan and build an education profile. Scappoose High School Class of 2008 Scholars Diploma 4.0 credits 3.0 credits 3.0 credits 2.5 credits.5 credits.5 credits 10.5 credits 27.0 credits Demonstrate extended application through a collection of evidence. Demonstrate career-related knowledge and skills: personal management, teamwork, communication, problem solving, employment foundations, and career development. Participate in career-related learning experiences as outlined in the education plan. 4.0 credits 4.0 credits 4.0 credits 3.0 credits 2.0 credits 9.0 credits 30.0 credits Students must meet the requirements above in addition to the following: Completion of the CIM Sixty hours of community service Accumulated GPA of 3.5 or higher Elective choices should include: completion of 1.0 Advisory credit, two advanced courses, i.e. honors, advanced placement, or college credit *****Students must earn a Scholars Diploma to be considered for ***** Valedictorian or Salutatorian status. 3

2 Scappoose High School is Committed to providing students with an education that is based on: Rigor in every learning experience Relevance to education and career goals Relationships with the staff and the community In an effort to improve students experience, Scappoose High School is working to implement new diploma requirements set by the Oregon Department of Education. Although putting into effect all the new requirements will take time, many improvements are already taking place, and the rest are in the process of being developed with input from the staff, the students, and the Scappoose community. Embedded in all programs is an emphasis on literacy to improve reading and writing achievement at SHS. What are the new ODE diploma requirements for ? What is Scappoose doing to meet these requirements? 1. Education Plan and Profile Schools will work with all students to develop and implement their personalized education plan and profile, which will help prepare them for their post-high school goals. 2. Extended Application Schools will work with all students to develop and produce an extended application of their education, which will demonstrate skills learned. 3. Career Related Learning Standards Schools will develop and implement curriculum based on skill sets, which will help prepare students for posthigh school education and employment. Scappoose High School Improvement Plan 4. Career Related Learning Experiences Schools will work with their community to establish career related learning experiences for all students, which will help prepare students for post-high school education and employment. 5. Academic Standards Schools will work with all students to meet the state s academic standards, as defined by the Certificate of Initial Mastery (CIM) and Certificate of Advanced Mastery (CAM). 1. Five Year Plan for Students Scappoose has developed a document that students will use to plan their course schedules with the help of career interest surveys and activities in Advisory. 2. Senior Seminar This is a required course designed to help students produce a culminating project that demonstrates their skills and focuses on career interests, and the Career Related Learning Standards. 3. Career Learning Areas Scappoose has developed six Career Learning Areas focused on providing students with skills needed in their chosen careers by surveying student career interests and analyzing curriculum strengths. 4. Career Related Learning Experiences Scappoose is in the process of making connections and building partnerships with the community to provide students with internship and mentorship experiences in their areas of interest. 5. CIM / CAM Portfolios Scappoose has adopted a Scholar s Diploma and, with a focus on literacy, maintains the goal that all students demonstrate academic standards through completion of CIM tests and work samples. 9

3 This career learning area includes programs related to the humanities and to the performing, visual, literary, and media arts. Sample careers in Arts & Communication include but are not limited to: Artist Designer Filmmaker Photographer Actor Hair Stylist MEET THE FOLLOWING GRADUATION REQUREMENTS: World Lit & Comp (1.0) Am Lit & Comp (1.0) English 11 (1.0) English (1.0) Disc Jockey Magician Model POSSIBLE CLUSTER ELECTIVES FROM YOUR AREA OF INTEREST INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: Computer Programmer Publisher Book Binder VISUAL, PERFORMING & MEDIA ARTS PUBLISHING & BROADCASTING Drawing I (.5) Shakespeare (.5) Drawing I (.5) Speech (.5) Drawing II (.5) Creative Writing (.5) Graphics (.5) Computer Fundamentals (.5) Painting I (.5) Speech (.5) Film Analysis (.5) Spanish I (1.0) Painting II (.5) History Through Cinema (.5) Filmmaking (.5) German I (1.0) Art Portfolio (.5) Mock Trial (.5) Drama (.5) French I (1.0) Graphic Art (.5) Concert Choir (1.0) Journalism I (.5) Spanish II (1.0) Digital Photography (.5) Chamber Choir (1.0) Journalism II/Newspaper (.5) Spanish III (1.0) Filmmaking (.5) Symphonic Band (1.0) Yearbook Spanish IV (1.0) Ceramics (.5) Jazz Band (1.0) Digital Photography (.5) Spanish V (1.0) Computer Fundamentals (.5) Spanish I (1.0) Newspaper (.5) Community 101 (.5) Computer Applications (.5) German I (1.0) Contemporary Lit (.5) Writing 121/108 (1.0) Web Design I (.5) French I (1.0) Creative Writing (.5) History Through Cinema (.5) Web Design II (.5) Spanish II (1.0) Women s Lit (.5) Community 101 (.5) Spanish III (1.0) Drama (.5) Spanish IV (1.0) Film Analysis (.5) Spanish V (1.0) 10

4 This career learning area focuses on the business and entrepreneurial needs of Oregon s students as they prepare to enter and succeed in the world of business. Sample careers in the Business & Management Services include but are not limited to: Carpenter Plumber Electrician Drafter Engineer Machinist Welder Cabinetmaker Pipe Fitter Linesperson Surveyor Auto Mechanic MEET THE FOLLOWING GRADUATION REQURIREMENTS: World Lit. & Comp (1.0) Am Lit.& Comp (1.0) English 11 (1.0) English (1.0) POSSIBLE CLUSTER ELECTIVES FROM YOUR AREA OF INTEREST INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: HOSPITALITY INFORMATION FINANCE MARKETING SYSTEMS Lifetime Foods (.5) Accounting I/II (1.0 each) Accounting I/II (1.0 each) Accounting I/II (1.0 each) Culinary Arts (.5) Computer Fund (.5) Web Design I/II (.5 each) Web Design I/II (.5 each) Catering/ProStart (.5) Web Design I/II(.5 each) Adv Business Technology (.5) Computer Applications (.5) Meal Prep (.5) Adv Business Technology (.5) Community 101 (.5) Business Technology (.5) Foreign Foods I(.5) Computer Application (.5) Adv Computer App (.5) Adv Business Technology (.5) Web Design I (.5) Business Technology (.5) Intro to Business (.5) Intro to Business (.5) Web Design II (.5) Community 101 (.5) Personal Finance (.5) Adv Business Projects (.5) 3D Computer Design I (1.0) Intro to Business (.5) Business Technology (.5) Marketing (.5) 3D Computer Design II (1.0) Engineering Design (.5) Marketing (.5) Community 101 (.5) Graphic Arts (.5) 3D Comp Design I/II (1.0 each) Speech (.5) Speech (.5) Spanish I (1.0) Graphic Arts (.5) Journalism I(.5) Journalism I(.5) German I (1.0) Spanish I (1.0) Journalism II/Newspaper (.5) Journalism II/Newspaper (.5) French I (1.0) German I (1.0) Film Analysis (.5) Film Analysis (.5) Spanish II (1.0) French I (1.0) Contemporary Lit (.5) Contemporary Lit (.5) Contemporary Lit (.5) Spanish II (1.0) Algebra III (.5) Women s Lit (.5) Shakespeare (.5) Digital Photography (.5) Pre-Calculus (.5) Creative Writing (.5) Creative Writing (.5) Adv Digital Photography (.5) Statistics (.5) Statistics (.5) Speech (.5) Algebra II (1.0) Intro to Investment (1.0) Spanish I (1.0) Women s Lit (.5) Pre-Calculus (1.0) Psychology (.5) German I (1.0) Sociology (.5) AP Calculus (1.0) International Relations (.5) French I (1.0) Intro to Business (.5) AP Statistics (1.0) Civil/Criminal Law (.5) Spanish II (1.0) Business Technology (.5) Statistics (.5) Spanish I (1.0) International Relations (.5) Marketing (.5) Intro to Investment (1.0) German I (1.0) Civil/Criminal Law (.5) Accounting I (1.0) Speech (.5) French I (1.0) Graphic Arts (.5) Film Analysis (.5) Spanish II (1.0) Digital Photography (.5) Journalism (.5) Adv Digital Photography (.5) Contemporary Lit (.5) Sociology (.5) 11

5 This career learning area relates to the promotion of health as well as the treatment of injuries, conditions and disease. Sample careers in the Health Services include but are not limited to: Medical Assistant Dental Assistant Fitness Technician Chiropractor Medical Records Emergency Medical Tech Firefighter Pharmacist Nurse Physician Physical Therapist Surgical Technician MEET THE FOLLOWING GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: World Lit & Comp (1.0) Am Lit & Comp (1.0) English 11 (1.0) English (1.0) POSSIBLE CLUSTER ELECTIVES FROM YOUR AREA OF INTEREST INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: HEALTH DIAGNOSTIC & THERAPEUTIC SERVICES FIRE SERVICES Journalism (.5) Sports Psychology (.5) Speech (.5) Spanish I (1.0) Creative Writing (.5) Computer Fundamentals (.5) Journalism (.5) German I (1.0) Speech (.5) Computer Application (.5) Contemporary Lit (.5) French I (1.0) Women s Lit (.5) Pre Calculus (1.0) AP Biology (1.0) Spanish II (1.0) AP Biology (1.0) AP Calculus (1.0) Chemistry (1.0) Spanish III (1.0) Physics (1.0) Lifetime Foods (.5) Anatomy & Physiology (1.0) Spanish IV (1.0) Anatomy & Physiology (1.0) Meal Preparation (.5) Physics (1.0) Spanish V (1.0) Chemistry (1.0) Preschool (.5) Science of the Brain (.5) Sociology (.5) Advanced Chemistry (.5) Spanish I (1.0) Careers in Health (.5) Psychology (.5) Science of the Brain (.5) German I (1.0) Community 101(.5) Leadership (.5) Leadership (.5) French I (1.0) Computer Fundamentals (.5) Adv Lifetime Activities (.5) Sociology (.5) Spanish II (1.0) Computer Application (.5) Psychology (.5) Spanish III (1.0) Community 101 (.5) Spanish IV (1.0) Careers in Health (.5) Spanish V (1.0) 12

6 This career learning area includes programs related to economic, political and social systems. Criminal Justice Counselor Social Worker Legal Assistant Child Care Worker Lobbyist Lawyer Security Administration Teacher Food Service Beauty Consultant Anthropologist MEET THE FOLLOWING GRADUATION REQURIREMENTS: World Lit. & Comp (1.0) Am Lit.& Comp (1.0) English 11 (1.0) English (1.0) POSSIBLE CLUSTER ELECTIVES FROM YOUR AREA OF INTEREST INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: EDUCATION LEGAL SERVICES FAMILY/COMMUNITY & SOCIAL SERVICES GOVERNMENT SERVICES Speech (.5) Speech (.5) Speech (.5) Speech (.5) Creative Writing (.5) Journalism I (.5) Journalism I (.5) Journalism I (.5) Journalism I (.5) Comp Fundamentals (.5) Journalism II/Newspaper (.5) Computer Fundamentals (.5) Women s Lit (.5) Computer Applications (.5) Women s Lit (.5) Computer Applications (.5) Shakespeare (.5) Community 101 (.5) Computer Fundamentals (.5) Community 101 (.5) Contemporary Lit (.5) Statistics (.5) Computer Applications (.5) Psychology (.5) Preschool (.5) Intro to Investment (1.0) Community 101 (.5) Sociology (.5) Teachers Assistant (.5) Psychology (.5) Psychology (.5) Leadership (.5) Web Design I/II (.5 each) Sociology (.5) Sociology (.5) International Relations (.5) Computer Fundamentals (.5) Leadership (.5) Preschool (.5) AP US History (1.0) Computer Applications (.5) Mock Trial (.5) International Relations (.5) Statistics (.5) Statistics (.5) Civil/Criminal Law (.5) Leadership (.5) Intro to Investment (1.0) International Relations (.5) International Relations (.5) Statistics (.5) Environ Science (1.0) Psychology (.5) Spanish I (1.0) Environ Science (1.0) Spanish I (1.0) Sociology (.5) German I (1.0) Lifetime Foods (.5) Spanish II (1.0) Leadership (.5) French I (1.0) Spanish I (1.0) Spanish III (1.0) Community 101 (.5) Spanish II (1.0) German I (1.0) Spanish I (1.0) Spanish III (1.0) French I (1.0) German I (1.0) Spanish II (1.0) French I (1.0) Spanish III (1.0) Spanish II (1.0) Spanish III (1.0) 13

7 This career learning area relates to technologies necessary to design, develop, install, operate or maintain physical systems. Sample careers in the Industrial & Engineering Services include but are not limited to: Carpenter Plumber Electrician Drafter Engineer Machinist Welder Cabinetmaker Pipe Fitter Linesperson Surveyor Auto Mechanic MEET THE FOLLOWING GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: World Lit. & Comp (1.0) Am Lit.& Comp (1.0) English 11 (1.0) English (1.0) POSSIBLE CLUSTER ELECTIVES FROM YOUR AREA OF INTEREST INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: CONSTRUCTION MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING Woodworking I/II(.5 each) Advanced Manufacturing Tech (.5) Engineering Design (.5) Building Construction (.5) Engineering Design (.5) Woodworking I/II (.5 each) Drawing II (.5) Building Construction (.5) Building Construction (.5) Engineering Design (.5) Community 101 (.5) Community 101 (.5) Community 101 (.5) Woodworking I (.5) Advanced Manufacturing Tech (.5) Environmental Science (.5) Woodworking II (.5) Drawing II (.5) Pre-Calculus (1.0) Pre-Calculus (1.0) Physics (1.0) AP Calculus (1.0) Calculus (1.0) Pre-Calculus (1.0) Graphic Design (.5) Graphic Design (.5) AP Calculus (1.0) 3D Computer Design I/II (1.0 each) Environmental Science (.5) Intro to Investment (1.0) Drawing I (.5) 3D Computer Design I (1.0) 3D Computer Design I/II(1.0 each) Manufacturing Tech I (.5) 3D Computer Design II (1.0) Web Design /II (.5 each) Intro to Business (.5) Drawing I (.5) Drawing I (.5) Spanish I (1.0) Manufacturing Tech I (.5) Manufacturing Tech I (.5) German I (1.0) Intro to Business (.5) Intro to Business (.5) French I (1.0) Contemporary Lit (.5) Speech (.5) Spanish II (1.0) Speech (.5) Journalism (.5) Creative Writing (.5) Film Analysis (.5) Film Analysis (.5) Speech (.5) Film Analysis (.5) 14

8 This career learning area relates to the environment, food & natural resources such as agriculture, earth sciences, environmental sciences, fisheries management, forestry water resources and wildlife management. Sample careers in the Agriculture, Food & Natural Resource Services include but are not limited to: Arborist Cartographer Agriculture Engineer Environmental Engineer Farmer Forester Geologist Land Surveyor Botanist Landscape Architect Horticulturist Nursery Worker MEET ALL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: World Lit. & Comp (1.0) Am Lit.& Comp (1.0) English 11 (1.0) English (1.0) POSSIBLE CLUSTER ELECTIVES FROM YOUR AREA OF INTEREST INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES FOOD SCIENCE & PROCESSING NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Accounting I (1.0) Accounting I (1.0) Accounting I (1.0) Accounting I/II (1.0 each) Accounting II (1.0) Accounting II (1.0) Accounting II (1.0) Computer Application (.5) Computer Application (.5) Computer Application (.5) Computer Application (.5) Business Tech (.5) Business Tech (.5) Business Tech (.5) Business Tech (.5) Intro to Business (.5) Intro to Business (.5) Intro to Business (.5) Intro to Business (.5) Marketing (.5) Marketing (.5) Marketing (.5) Marketing (.5) Statistics (.5 Statistics (.5) Statistics (.5 Lifetime Foods (.5) Spanish I (1.0) Spanish I (1.0) Spanish I (1.0) Spanish I (1.0) German I (1.0) German I (1.0) German I (1.0) German I (1.0) French I (1.0) French I (1.0) French (1.0) French I (1.0) Spanish II (1.0) Spanish II (1.0) Spanish II (1.0) Spanish II (1.0) Spanish III (1.0) Spanish III (1.0) Spanish III (1.0) Spanish III (1.0) AP Biology (1.0) AP Biology (1.0) AP Biology (1.0) AP Biology (1.0) AP Chemistry (1.0) AP Chemistry (1.0) AP Chemistry (1.0) AP Chemistry (1.0) Environmental Science (1.0) Environmental Science (1.0) Environmental Science (1.0) Environmental Science (1.0) Oceanography (.5) Adv Environmental Science (.5) Adv Environmental Science (.5) Field Biology (.5) Field Biology (.5) Field Biology (.5) Field Biology (.5) International Relations (.5) Pacific NW Issues (.5) 15

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