Welcome to Pueblo 2012-2013

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Welcome to Pueblo 2012-2013

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Welcome to Pueblo Magnet High School:

Welcome to Pueblo Magnet High School A Community School 2012-2013

Welcome:

Welcome Vivi Watt- Principal

The Supporting Cast of Characters:

The Supporting Cast of Characters Ana Gallegos- Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Community Frank Rosthenhausler- Assistant Principal of Security, Athletics, and Environment Kathi Shaw- Assistant Principal of Teaching and Learning

Who Are We?:

Who Are We? Find the people who complete your postcard? Take turns answering these 4 questions: What are you most excited about for the new year? What are you most nervous about? What is something surprising about you? If you could invite 3 people from the present or past to dinner, who would they be and why?

Kathi Shaw Assistant Principal for Teaching and Learning:

Kathi Shaw Assistant Principal for Teaching and Learning

Our Teaching and Learning Cadre:

Our Teaching and Learning Cadre Kathryn Gunnels- Literacy Coach Rob Hilliker – Math Coach Jenn Petroshus-Haley – Title 1 Project Specialist +

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Teacher support in Teaching and Learning Student Achievement Coaches in literacy and math Professional development PLC’s Common Core Response to Intervention ATI Data Analysis Regular walk-throughs with feedback

Pueblo’s Community Who are we?:

Pueblo’s Community Who are we? “Once a Warrior, Always a Warrior”

YOUR COUNSELING DEPARTMENT TEAM :

YOUR COUNSELING DEPARTMENT TEAM Department Chair: Mrs. Toro (A-F) Ms. Reedy (G-M) Ms. Mulvaney (N-Z) College Readiness Specialist : Mr. Romero Career Counselor: Mr. Ostroff 9

Did you know?:

10 Did you know?

Pueblo’s Magnet Programs:

Pueblo’s Magnet Programs Communication Arts & Technology Warrior News Station Warrior Radio Station Career & Technical Education Education Professions Early Childhood Professions Fire Sciences Electronics College Preparation Honors and Advanced Placement classes in all 4 grade levels Dual Language 11

Honors and Advanced Placement Courses:

Honors and Advanced Placement Courses Freshman Year GATE English Western Civilization Honors English Honors Algebra Honors Integrated Science Sophomore Year Pre AP English Pre AP World History Honors Geometry Honors Biology Junior Year AP English Language AP U. S. History Honors Intermediate Algebra Dual Enrollment Chemistry AP Spanish Language AP Studio Art Senior Year AP English Literature AP American Government Macro/Micro Economics Dual Enrollment College Algebra Pre-Calculus & AP Calculus Physics AP Spanish Literature 12

Our Award Winning Faculty:

Our Award Winning Faculty Ms. Amaro : Southern AZ American Chemical Society of Chemistry for Life High School Teacher Award (2012) Mr. Contreras: Best High School Mariachi in U.S. Runner Up (2010) Mrs. Crane: Distinguished Educator Award by the Flinn Foundation (1993, 2005) and finalist for the U of A Circle K Outstanding Educator Award (1994-1995) Mr. Jim Hill : Published Author of Percussive Notes (1999, 2000) Dr. Lettes : Bio-Rad Biotechnology Teacher Award in the United States (2012) Dr. Levine: Finalist for the U of A Circle K Outstanding Educator Award (2011-2012) Mr . Ostroff : Counselor of the Year (AZ) (2003-2004) Mr. Rodriguez : Award winning school web site (2003) Mr. Santa Cruz : Walmart (in Tucson) Teacher of the Year Award (2008) Mrs. Toro: National RAMP Award (2006) and Metropolitan Education Commission Counselor of the Year Crystal Apple Award (2010) 13

Warrior scholarships Awarded in 2012!!!:

Warrior scholarships Awarded in 2012!!! Dell Scholarship (1) Cecelia Avalos PACE Scholarship (1) Gates Millennium Scholarship (1) Grand Canyon University Faculty Scholarship (7) Grand Canyon University President’s Scholarship (1) Grand Canyon University Provost Scholarship (1) María L. Urquides Scholarship (1) Northern Arizona University Dean’s Scholarship (2) Northern Arizona University Merit Scholarship (2) Pima Merit Scholarships to top 8% of our seniors (30) NROTC Scholarship (1) Tucson College Night Scholarship (1) University of Arizona Wildcat Excellence Scholarships (6) University of Arizona Excellence (2) 14

Post-Secondary Institutions our Class of 2012 Seniors are Attending:

Post-Secondary Institutions our Class of 2012 Seniors are Attending Arizona State University Art Institute of Tucson Baptist University of America Benedictine College Bowdoin University in Maine Brookline College Brown Mackie College Carrington College Chandler-Gilbert CC Cochise College College of New Rochelle DeVry University Eastern Arizona College Elmira College Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Grand Canyon University ITT Technical Institute Military: Air Force, Army, Marines Neumont University New Mexico State University Northern Arizona University Oxford College of Emory University Palo Alto College Pima Community College Pima Medical Institute Regency Beauty Institute St. John’s University Tecnológico de Nogales Universidad de Valle de México University of Alabama Birmingham University of Arizona University of Great Falls University of New Mexico University of Texas at Houston Western New Mexico University 15

Sports: Athletic Director: Mr. Unger:

Sports: Athletic Director: Mr. Unger Fall Girls and Boys Cross Country Football Girls and Boys Golf Spirit Line Girls and Boys Swimming Girls Volleyball Winter Girls & Boys Basketball Girls & Boys Soccer Spirit Line Wrestling Spring Baseball Softball Girls & Boys Tennis Girls & Boys Track Boys Volleyball Eligibility Free physicals on May 12, 2012 in the Lever Gym CTSO 16

Some of Our Clubs & Extra Curricular Activities:

Some of Our Clubs & Extra Curricular Activities National Honor Society Club Anatomy Club Health Occupation Students of America (Bio-Tech) Hisperides Club Warrior Healers Club Ixora Dance Club Mariachi Aztlán African American Club Prism Club Fiesta Warriors Club Robotics CTSO DECA Club Tribal Images Club Road Warriors Science Club Skills USA Student Council Class Clubs YES Club Fire Science CTSO Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club Future Educators of Arizona MeChA Club HOSA Sports Medicine Old School Radio Club Sports Clubs Garden Club *CTSO: Career & Technical Student Organizations 17

the 21st Century CCLC Grant:

the 21 st Century CCLC Grant Algebra 1 Semester 1 Algebra 1 Semester 2 English 9 Health AIMS Test Preparation College Preparation Homework Help Gardening/Science Club Cooking DJ Studio MESA Peace Warriors Contact : Mr. Romero: Room 259 225-4542 Ms. Rios: Room 259a 225-4510 18

MORE WARRIOR PRIDE:

MORE WARRIOR PRIDE Si Se Puede Warrior Wall Fiesta de los Guerreros Be Kind Mural

Mojave and Making the Grade:

Mojave and Making the Grade Kathryn Gunnels – Literacy Coach Rob Hilliker – Math Coach

Adalberto Rodriguez Media Specialist:

Adalberto Rodriguez Media Specialist The Teacher Portal The Pueblo Website Google Calendar

Angie Ortiz Office Manager:

Angie Ortiz Office Manager Office supplies Substitute teacher requests

Pueblo Exceptional Education:

Pueblo Exceptional Education Steven Jackson Department Chair Linsay DeMartino- teacher Trevia Health-teacher

What Is Special About Special Education?:

What Is Special About Special Education? Special education is governed by federal law in most educational jurisdictions. Under Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Special Education is defined as: " Specially designed instruction, at no cost to parents, to meet the unique needs of a child with a disability ."

Special education is in place to provide additional services, support, programs, specialized placements or environments to ensure that all students' educational needs are provided for. :

Special education is in place to provide additional services, support, programs, specialized placements or environments to ensure that all students' educational needs are provided for.

Unenlightened Thinking: “They put special education students in my class.” :

Unenlightened Thinking : “They put special education students in my class.” Enlightened Thinking: “Some of the students in my class are getting additional support due to their disability . ”

The law that supports your enlightenment.:

The law that supports your enlightenment. Least restrictive environment is identified in the U.S. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. By law, schools are required to provide a free appropriate public education (FAPE) in the least restrictive environment that is appropriate to the individual student's needs. "Least restrictive environment " (LRE) means that a student who has a disability should have the opportunity to be educated with non-disabled peers, to the greatest extent appropriate. They should have access to the general education curriculum, or any other program that non-disabled peers would be able to access. The student should be provided with supplementary aids and services necessary to achieve educational goals if placed in a setting with non-disabled peers

Pueblo has several different types of Ex. Ed. services provided in the classroom.:

Pueblo has several different types of Ex. Ed. services provided in the classroom . Inclusion - Participation with general education students.  Amount varies depending on needs of individual student. Resource - Pull out program designed to meet the needs of exceptional students in a separate classroom for some academic subjects .

Pueblo also has a few Self-Contained classrooms. This does not mean that these students are always in one classroom. Many of these students will be your students.:

Pueblo also has a few Self-Contained classrooms. This does not mean that these students are always in one classroom. Many of these students will be your students. Your support system for the students who are in these programs; ED – Emotional Disability - Rebecca Baltos IDMI – Mild Intellectual Disability -Margaret Dodson CBI – Community Based Instruction (Moderate and Severe Intellectual Disability) – Wendy Enriquez, Belle Tellez Peru, David Hooper, and Sal Vitale

All of your Ex. Ed. Students will have an IEP.:

All of your Ex. Ed. Students will have an IEP. Individual Education Plan (IEP) - A yearly plan designed to meet each individuals student's needs and outlines a disabled child's current levels of performance, related services, educational goals and modifications.  This plan is developed by a team including the child's parents, teachers, and supportive staff.

The General Education Teacher is an important and required member of the IEP process. At least one or more general education teachers must be present at the student’s IEP meeting:

The General Education Teacher is an important and required member of the IEP process. At least one or more general education teachers must be present at the student’s IEP meeting

What are your responsibilities in creating the IEP?:

What are your responsibilities in creating the IEP? T he General Education Teacher is responsible to : Provide information regarding the child’s current level of performance in the general education environment Provide information on the general education standards, curriculum and expectation Assist in determining appropriate positive behavioral interventions and strategies Assist in determining required supplementary aids and services Assist in determining program modifications and support needed for school personnel .

How do I know if a student has an IEP?:

How do I know if a student has an IEP? Students who receive special education services are flagged in Mojave Open your class in Mojave In the top left corners scroll and click “Roster” Above Student Name check “Show Program F lags” This will show you who is classified as ExEd , these students have an IEP.

What information is in the IEP that I need to know to support the student? :

What information is in the IEP that I need to know to support the student? The most pressing are the accommodations and modifications These can also be found in Mojave; Click on the matriculation number of an Ex. Ed. student Student info will come up In Block scroll to Exceptional Education Click the TIEnet bubble in upper left corner The current accommodations should appear

What is an accommodation?:

What is an accommodation? The term " accommodation " may be used to describe an alteration of environment, curriculum format, or equipment that allows an individual with a disability to gain access to content and/or complete assigned tasks. They allow students with disabilities to pursue a regular course of study. A ccommodations do not alter what is being taught.

What is an modification?:

What is an modification? The term " modification " may be used to describe a change in the curriculum. Modifications are made for students with disabilities who are unable to comprehend all of the content an instructor is teaching. For example, assignments might be reduced in number and modified significantly, and/or the grading scale is changed.

If a student with an IEP is included in my classroom, who can provide me and the student with added support?:

If a student with an IEP is included in my classroom, who can provide me and the student with added support? The special education case manager is the first person to contact if you need added support with a student. The student’s case manager’s name is at the bottom of the accommodations page in Mojave. The Ex. Ed. Dept. Chair – Steve J ackson is also available to support you and the student .

Who is responsible for communicating with the parents of students receiving special education services? :

Who is responsible for communicating with the parents of students receiving special education services? Most often, you as the student's general education teachers will communicate directly with the parents, just as you would for any other students in your class. You should also talk to the student’s case manager regarding communication with home. Sometimes the case manager is in constant communication with the parents and will communicate with the parents regarding you class.

Our teachers are experts in Exceptional Ed. and teach::

Our teachers are experts in Exceptional Ed. and teach: Ms. Alexander: Histories and English Mr. Balsz: Math Ms. Baltos : All Core areas Mr. Borland : Health, Math Ms. DeMartino: Histories, Government, Economics Ms. Dodson : All Core Areas Ms. Heath: Math Ms. Mariscal : English Ms. Shaffer: Science Mr. Stoner : English, Job Development

Your support Team based out the Ex. Ed. Office Room 115 (end of English wing):

Your support Team based out the Ex. Ed. Office Room 115 (end of English wing) Steven Jackson – Ex. Ed. Department Chair Lori Bonati – School Psychologist Efrain Carrillo – Ex. Ed. Social worker Wendy Kriendler – Speech Pathologist

Questions?:

Questions? Exceptional Education

Accountability and Research:

Accountability and Research Kathi Shaw-Assistant Principal for Teaching and Learning

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People Soft

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Professional Learning Portal for PD opportunities Accessing STATS

Frank Rosthenhausler Assistant Principal for::

Frank Rosthenhausler Assistant Principal for: Security Athletics Environment

Security:

Security Type of Security Personnel Referral Process (two ways to submit) Fire Exit Maps and Strategies SRO

Environment:

Environment School Improvements Work Orders

Athletics :

Homework Help Eligibility Offerings Athletics

Restorative Practices A Proactive Approach:

Restorative Practices A Proactive Approach Veronica Vironet Learning Supports Coordinator

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Building a school community of care based on collaboration Mutual understanding Reciprocated respect (with all stakeholders) Community Building

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Provides a process for holding students accountable for their actions While at the same time building a caring school environment. Restorative Practices

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How will YOU implement Restorative Practices? Build Relationships with your students Get to know their interests Make connections Have high expectations of your students and of yourself Restorative Practices

When we are Restorative, we are all accountable!:

When we are Restorative, we are all accountable! How do we use Restorative Practices at PMHS? Use of Restorative Questions Student mediations Student’s that are assigned to ATS Student’s returning from suspension Parent/teacher conferences (attendance) Accountability (for everyone involved)

Anna Gallegos Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Community:

Anna Gallegos Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Community The ABC’s of Learning School and Community as Partners (get it….a computer house… ha ha)

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Please fill them out and bring them to Susie in the Athletics Office Key Slips Parking Permits

School Tour:

School Tour Pueblo’s Amazing Student School Ambassadors Danny Barragan Saul Miller Raul Ballesteros Jeren Gunnels Josh Alvarado Destiny Felix Gardenia Tapia Audrina Molina] Veronica Robles Marilyn Ochoa Albert Ahumada John John Grijalva

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Welcome to Pueblo Magnet High School Home of the Warriors

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