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2017-2018 Summer Session Programs

  • Contact Information
    Pia Damonte
    Pre K - 12 Counseling Coordinator
    (818) 654-3629
    pxd1774@lausd.net
     
    William Bazadier
    A-G Counseling Coordinator
    (818) 654-3665
    wmb5431@lausd.net
     
    Janet Johnson
    College Counseling Coordinator
    (818) 654-3612
    janet.johnson@lausd.net
  • College and Carrer Resources
  • A-G Requirements

Staffing Norm Ratios

Mark Reporting Elementary and Secondary

APSCS and Counselor Professional Development

  • 2018-2019 Counseling Professional Development Dates for

     

    High School and Middle School

    Monthly support meetings covering all aspects of student counseling will be held to build the capacity of school site counseling teams. Administrators over counseling, along with Academic, A-G and College counselors will receive in-depth training to support the achievement of all students graduating ready for college and career. Professional development topics will focus on the strategies outlined in the District’s A-G Initiative and Strategic Plan.  Local District Northwest will continue to ensure that all LAUSD graduates have the option to enroll directly into a university and be prepared for a career by providing training to counselors, administrators and school staff about the available options and requirements our students are faced with.

     Learning Outcomes:

    ❖Increase awareness about the impact of social emotional stressors on learning and behaviors.

    ❖Understand the connections between resilience, wellness and school success.

    ❖Increase knowledge and understanding of how to navigate school-based, District and community resources to support learning and counseling.

    ❖Learn how to build, strengthen and promote wellness in our schools for our students.

    ❖Understand the alignment between Wellness and the Whole Child

     

    Guided Professional Development Sessions

    Location: Lokrantz Special Education Center

    Time:

    High Schools 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    Middle Schools 12:00 PM - 3:30 PM

    Wednesday, 8/29 (APSCS Conference Call)

    Wednesday, 9/26

    Wednesday, 10/24

    Wednesday, 11/28

    Wednesday, 1/30

    Wednesday, 2/27

    Wednesday, 3/27

    Wednesday, 4/24

    Wednesday, 5/22

     

  • Graduation Requirements

    To ensure all LAUSD graduates have the option to enroll directly into a university and be prepared for a career, the District has implemented a College and Career Readiness through A-G initiative. LAUSD has aligned its graduation requirements with the California State University (CSU) A-G requirements, beginning with the graduating class of 2016. Students must earn a grade of "D" or better in "A-G" courses, and meet California Department of Education Requirements in addition to satisfying LAUSD additional requirements for graduation. We are making the high school diploma a document that gives students the choice to transition straight into a college or into a career.
    Subject Requirements  Comments 
    A. History/Social Science
    1 year World History
    1 year U.S. History 
    No Validation 
    B. English  4 years  No Validation 
    C. Math 3 years  Validation*
    D. Laboratory Science 2 years  Validation*
    E. Language Other Than English  2 years  Validation* 
    F. Visual & Performing Arts 1 year  No Validation 
    G. College Preparatory Elective 1 year  No Validation 
         
    Additional Requirements    
    Principles of American Democracy 1 semester   
    Economics 1 semester   
    Physical Education 2 years   
    Health 1 semester   
    Total Numerical Credits 210    
         
    Non-Course Requirements    
    Service Learning    
    Career Pathway    
     
    Students graduating in the classes of 2016 - 2019 must pass "A-G" courses with a grade of D or better.
     
    Semester courses earn 5 credits. Yearlong courses earn 10 credits. Exams do not earn any credits. 
     
    *Validation occurs when a student has successfully completed advanced work (earning a grade of C or better) in an area of sequential knowledge. 
     
     
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Bulletins, Memos and Reference Guides

  • 2018-2019 Counseling Handbook (DRAFT)

    Master Schedule and Other Information, for Assistant Principals and Counselors -

    For Updated Information please log in to lms.lausd.net- Add to Group- LDNW _ APSCS & Counselor.

     

    Counseling Hanbook - Draft

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