Schedule Guide

FOR NEXT WEEK'S OPEN HOUSE, PRINT YOUR SCHEDULES IN "BLOCK" FORMAT, IF POSSIBLE, AS IT HAS YOUR LOCKER INFORMATION.  PRINT THE "LIST" FORMAT TO PUT IN YOUR BINDER OR LOCKER AS IT IS EASIER TO READ, BUT DOES NOT HAVE LOCKER INFORMATION.


6th Grade

All 6th graders will be taking IWL (Introduction to World Languages) which will be one marking period of each language. 

This class meets either on the "A" day or the "B" day.  When you don't have IWL you go to your cycle class (STEM, Art, Strategies for Success, or Digital Life).  

Below is a screen shot of a sample 6th grade schedule. The red arrow on the left side points to the box in which you will find the course name. If there is an "A" after the 6, you have that class on the "A" day. If there is a "B" after the 6, you have that class on the "B" day.
The red arrow on the right side points to the box in which you will find the period and the marking period (Quarter 1,Q2,Q3, or Q4).

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The first day of school will be an "A" day.  So, if you have an "A" set of language classes go to the class that meets "S1" or Semester 1 on the first day of school. On the second day of school go to the cycle class that meets "Q1".  If you have a "B" day set of languages then go to your cycle class (the one that says "Q1") on the first day of school and your language on the second.  This pattern will continue for all of the first marking period.  

If you look at your schedule in the "block" format, and choose "MP1", you will see only the class you have the first marking period.  This may be a lot easier.

If you don't take Band, Strings or Chorus:
Your schedule should have both Modern Living 6 and Music 6.  This class meets everyday for one semester (two marking periods).  Look for the class that says "S1" to know which class you should go to for the first half of the year. 


7th Grade:

In 7th grade, world language classes and cycle classes meet every other day as well. The first day of school will be an "A" day. When you do not have your language class you go to your cycle class. 
Below is a sample 7th grade schedule. The arrow on the left points to a box in which you will see a course you will be taking. If the course has an "A" after the 7, you will have that class on the "A" day. If it has a "B" you will have it on the "B" day. The arrow on the right points to a box in which you will find the semester and/or Quarter(Q1,Q2,Q3, or Q4) and the period of the day yo have that class, in this case it's period 6. 

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If you look at your schedule in the "block" format, and choose "MP1", you will see only the class you have the first marking period.  This may be a lot easier.

If you don't take Band, Strings or Chorus:
Your schedule should have both 2D/3D 7 and Music 7.  This class meets everyday for one semester (two marking periods).  Look for the class that says "S1" to know which class you should go to for the first half of the year.



8th Grade:

In 8th grade, world language classes and cycle classes meet every day.  All 8th graders are assigned to a team for all of their academic classes except for Math.  In other words, Math teachers have students from all three 8th grade teams.

Students who are enrolled in 8th grade electives (for students who are not in Band, Chorus or Orchestra) will see only their first semester elective.  Second semester electives will be scheduled later in the year.  

If you look at your schedule in the "block" format, and choose "MP1", you will see only the class you have the first marking period.  This may be a lot easier. 


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