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  • School Counseling & Supports / Scheduling Process
    Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans Individual Education Plans IEPs School Counseling Supports 2016 2017 Course Selection Information Planning Students who are currently in grades 8 11 and their parents guardians should carefully review the following information to help make the most informed decisions about academic commitments for school year 2016 2017 2016 Curriculum Exploration Evening Presentation 2016 Course Selection Timeline Letter 2016 2017 Bexley High School Program Handbook PowerSchool Course Recommendation Request Information Guide Bexley High School Graduation Requirements Course Planning Guide 2016 2017 Course Offerings Information for Incoming Freshmen current 8th graders In addition to the resources provided above the following information and resources help current eighth grade students as they prepare to transition from Bexley Middle School to Bexley High School BHS School Counseling Team Introduction Contact Information Freshmen Scheduling Checklist Resource for students and parents to discuss and review before meeting with BHS counselors during Freshmen Scheduling Appointments Course Comparison Guides for Freshmen Core Courses English 9 Honors English 9 Algebra I Honors Algebra I

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1059 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / Get Resources
    Our School Curriculum School Counseling Supports College Counseling BHS Library School Announcements Clubs Organizations Contact Us Publications Policies Forms Bexley Middle School Our School Curriculum Counseling Clubs Organizations Library Contact Us Publications Policies Forms BMS PTO Gifted Education Athletics Athletic Department Athletic Forms Resources Bexley Athletic Boosters Parent Student Parent Student Links How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites School Counseling Overview Career Center College Credit Plus College Career Readiness Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans Individual Education Plans IEPs School Counseling Supports Mental Health Professionals A team of Nationwide Children s Hospital mental health professionals is available to help Bexley students K 12 as supported by a grant from ADAMH Alcohol Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County Two clinicians are based at the Cassingham Complex during regular school hours handling workshops drug and alcohol prevention education and other counseling duties For more information about this support or to seek a referral

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1060 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / Math Help
    Counseling Clubs Organizations Library Contact Us Publications Policies Forms BMS PTO Gifted Education Athletics Athletic Department Athletic Forms Resources Bexley Athletic Boosters Parent Student Parent Student Links How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites School Counseling Overview Career Center College Credit Plus College Career Readiness Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1028 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / Response to Intervention (RtI)
    Parent Student Parent Student Links How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites School Counseling Overview Career Center College Credit Plus College Career Readiness Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans Individual Education Plans IEPs School Counseling Supports Response to Intervention RtI BHS engages a multi level system of supports using RtI as a general education framework that involves research based instruction and interventions regular monitoring of student progress and subsequent use of these data over time to support students with academic organizational medical and or social emotional struggles RtI is a general education responsibility a process that uses multiple data to identify low achieving students RtI is engaged prior to special education eligibility de termination General education assumes responsibility for delivery of high quality instruction research based interventions and prompt identification for students who may be at risk Essential components of RtI include a differentiated curriculum with different instructional methods and possibly curriculum materials and

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1039 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / Approaches to Learning (AtL)
    School Our School Curriculum School Counseling Supports College Counseling BHS Library School Announcements Clubs Organizations Contact Us Publications Policies Forms Bexley Middle School Our School Curriculum Counseling Clubs Organizations Library Contact Us Publications Policies Forms BMS PTO Gifted Education Athletics Athletic Department Athletic Forms Resources Bexley Athletic Boosters Parent Student Parent Student Links How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites School Counseling Overview Career Center College Credit Plus College Career Readiness Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans Individual Education Plans IEPs School Counseling Supports Approaches to Learning AtL BHS identifies students who would benefit from this class before they arrive in high school This semester long course is graded on a pass fail basis An 80 constitutes passing and students 0 5 elective credit for the course The class helps students develop skills in the following areas Literacy numeracy mastery Work completion Organization of materials Assessment preparation Daily student habits like taking notes using

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1040 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / English Resource Center (ERC)
    How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites School Counseling Overview Career Center College Credit Plus College Career Readiness Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1041 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / Learning Lunch
    Counseling Supports College Counseling BHS Library School Announcements Clubs Organizations Contact Us Publications Policies Forms Bexley Middle School Our School Curriculum Counseling Clubs Organizations Library Contact Us Publications Policies Forms BMS PTO Gifted Education Athletics Athletic Department Athletic Forms Resources Bexley Athletic Boosters Parent Student Parent Student Links How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites School Counseling Overview Career Center College Credit Plus College Career Readiness Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans Individual Education Plans IEPs School Counseling Supports Learning Lunch This provides students an opportunity to meet with their teachers during the final 30 minutes of the lunch hour Mondays through Thursdays and on Fridays by appointment Learning Lunch lets students check in with teachers for clarification support or a make up test Occasionally teachers use this time to re teach a concept to a small student group Due to the limited time frame and the number of students each teacher sees per

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1043 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / Gifted Education
    Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites School Counseling Overview Career Center College Credit Plus College Career Readiness Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans Individual Education Plans IEPs School Counseling Supports Gifted Education The State of Ohio requires districts to identify students for potential areas of giftedness using state approved measures but does not require districts to serve students with programming Rather districts plan and provide support to gifted students to the extent that resources and staffing allow The district historically has had a large number of students with gifted identifications and as a result the district has offered a more rigorous curriculum that supports its students See BexleySchools org for specific information regarding gifted identification process criteria and services BHS supports students with gifted identifications in in a variety of ways including Curricula modifications that offer additional challenge in the general classroom environment Materials adaptation and selection in the general classroom to match the student s learning level and needs for cognitive and academic rigor Options to enroll in both honors and AP courses as well as concurrent enrollment in college and university courses through College Credit Plus options Enrichment opportunities outside of classroom time and other extracurricular as well as cocurricular activities are available to engage students in their areas of talents and interests Since students are gifted all day and every day and required by Ohio law for reporting of students as served BHS general classroom teachers began in school year 2014 2015 to write Written Education Plans WEP for students with gifted identifications in the areas of superior cognitive ability and academic talents The

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