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Scheduling Instructions

1. Login to your ASPIRE account
2. Click on Scheduling (during your appointed date and time)
3. Click on 2019-2020 school year at top of page
4. Scroll down below your schedule and select "REQUESTED" as you add and delete courses
5. Click on the course you want to add to your schedule, take note of the hour (e.g. R1+1st hour, etc.) and whether the course is YS (yearlong course), S1 (semester 1), and S2 (semester 2)
6. Add the courses you need first (watching the "GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS" as you add and delete courses)
7. Schedule an appointment with Jonnie Imlay in the Counseling ?Center if you have questions or need help from the counseling office with this process



RM #
Teacher
1st Period
2nd Period
3rd Period
4th Period
5th Period
6th Period
7th Period
8th Period
114

Bake, Mark





Guitar/Guitar
Adv. Chorus
AP Music Theory
Adv. Band
127

Gappmayer, C


Sec. Math II
Sec. Math II Honors
Sec. Math II Honors
Sec. Math II
Intro to STATS
Sec. Math II
Sec. Math II
124

Carling J

Earth Systems
PHYSICS
Earth Systems
Physics
Earth Systems
Earth Systems
Earth Systems
132
Christensen, B

Geog/Geog
Geog/Geog
Geog/Geog
World Civ
World Civ
World Civ
World Civ


111

Mendez, J

Spanish I
Spanish III/IV

Spanish II
FMP/FMP Study
Spanish I*
Spanish II*
AP SPANISH
C109

Grover
Fin Lit/Bus off.

Fin Lit/Bus off.
Business Manage/
Entrepreneurship
FMP Lead/Bus off.
Business Comm l/Bus Off.
Dig.Bus APPS/Exploring Marketing
Fin Lit/Bus off.
C102
Johnson, T
Drivers Ed (4terms)
Adv. Health Science
Med Anatomy/Phys
Med Anatomy/Phys
FMP/Freshmen Study
Fitness/Fitness
Fitness/Fitness


125
Keyes, K


Math III Honors
STATS 1040
College Algebra/Stats 1040*
STATS 1040
Math III
Math III
Math III
131

Knight, K


Resource
Resource
Resource
FMP/Resource
Resource
Resource
Resource
C102

Knight, L

AD PREP
WT train/FItness
Health/Health
Health/Health
Fitness/Fitness
Exercise Science
WT train/WT train

134

Lacy, C

Navajo I
Navajo Cult/Navajo gov*
Native American Stud.
Navajo II




108

Palmer, R

LA 12
LA 11
LA 11
Journalism & Yearbook
LA 12

LA 12
LA 11
107
Nielson, Layne

AP Lang & Comp
LA 9 Honors
LA 9

RTI LA 9
LA 9
LA9 Honors
LA 9
113
Nielson, Lyle

French I
LA 10 Honors
LA 10
French III
LA 10 Honors
LA 10
French II
Basic Writing
123

Pace, Patricia

Forensic Science

Biology
Biology
RTI-ES
Biology
Chemistry
Chemistry
C114
Pancoast, J

Animal Science
Biology: AG
Biology: AG
Animal Science
Plant Science

Ag. Systems Tech I
Veterinary Science I
C108
Pugh, D

Applied Skills
Applied Skills
Applied Skills
Applied Skills
Resource
Reading
Reading

110

Rogers, J
Reading  L1B
Reading L1B
Reading L1B
Reading L2B
FMP/FMP Study
US History
US History

105

Safrit, N

Art/Painting
Art/Painting
Ceramics/Ceramics

Drawing/Drawing
Art/Painting
Ceramics/Ceramics
3D Craft Design
126
Anderson, A

Math I
Math I
Math I Honors
Math I Honors
Math I RTI

Math Personal Finance
Math I
C111
Kaer, R

Digital Media1a/Dig. Med1b

Commercial&Advertising Art/ Desgin&Visual Comm.
Digital Print Design
CAD MechI&II/RoboticI&II
DigitalGraphicArt/ Digital Photography
Digital Photography/
Adv. Comm Photo
Digital Media 2
C113

Swenson, C
Small Vehicle Tech
Small Vehicle Tech

ASE Steering/ASE Brakes
FMP/Intro to Auto
Intro Auto/Intro Auto
ASE General Service Tech
ASE General Service Tech
133

Vernon, Kayla


US Gov/US Gov
US Gov/ US Gov
US History
US History
AP US History
Drama
Drama


EDNET Fall/Spring

(F) BUSN 1021 9-10:15 TH
(F) CJ 1010 MWF 8:30-9:20 (yearlong)

 (F) Math 1060 10:30-11:20 M-H / (S) Math 1210 10:30-11:20 M-H/ STATS 1040 (S)
 (F) TEAL 1010 12;12:55 (8/26-11/14)

 (S) Physics 1:30-2:45 MWF


EDNET   Fall/Spring

 (S) ENGL 2200 9-10:15 TH   / Nav Gov* (S)
(F) FCHD 1500 9:30-10:20
MWF / (S) BIOL 1010 9:30-10:20 MWF
(F) Art 1010
10:30-11:45 TH / (S) CHEM 1010 10:30-11:45 TH
 (S) CMST 1020 11:30-12:20 MWF
ENGL 1010 (F) / Spanish I

EGNL 1010 (F)  / Spanish II
BCIS 1300 WEB D. 1:30-2:45 (F)



EDNET   Fall/Spring

PSY 1010 8-8:55 (8/26-11/14)
HDFS 1500 8-8:55 (11/18-2/20)
HIST 1700 8-8:55  (2/24-5/14)
GEO 1010 9-9:55 (8/26-11/14)
POLS 1100 9-9:55  (2/24-5/14)
Medical Anatomy
USU 1320 10-10:55 (8/26-11/14)
MUSC 1010 10-10:55 (2/25-5/16)



(F) Nursing 1008
1:35-2:20 MTW /
 (S) NURS 1000 1:35-2:20 MTW      


Other


R .Time/ R. Time
DANCE (Early AM)
ACT Prep FOR SOPHOMORES (4terms)
R. Time/R. Time
ACT prep/ACT prep
R. Time/ R. Time
ACT Prep/ACT Prep
R. Time/ R. Time
ACT Prep/ACT Prep
R. Time/ R. Time
ACT Prep/ACT Prep

R. Time/ R. Time
A+
ACT Prep/ACT Prep

R. Time/ R. Time
A+

R. Time/ R. Time
A+
ACT Prep/ACT Prep
CHEERLEADING
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Suicide and Social Media

Taking The First Step
Mental health, non-suicidal self-harm, and suicide themes on social media continue to be an issue both youth and adults face on a daily basis. Experts recognize that youth engagement with social media includes positive and negative aspects and our goal is to help maximize the benefits while reducing any potential harm. Parents need to have tools for these conversations.

Tips For Adults
*As digital immigrants, parents should educate themselves about current social media trends and uses. What apps and websites are popular with youth? Which platforms are children in the household using and how many accounts do they have? Which platforms do they use to talk with their friends and which ones are more for recreation?
*Parents should monitor their child's access to and use of the internet and social media. When, why and how much monitoring depends on their child's developmental stage and mental health status.
*We don't believe it's good for anyone to be constantly consuming images of violence, self-directed or upon others.
*Some children are going to be more vulnerable than others.
*Parents and pediatricians should be asking youth, especially vulnerable youth, about their digital lives, their experiences with social media, and how it impacts their daily lives.
*If a healthcare/behavioral healthcare provider is performing a crisis intervention safety plan, asking about digital lives/social media use should absolutely be included as a component.
*Youth report enjoyment and a sense of connection from social media engagement. When exploring their digital lives, it is just as important to explore the positive aspects as any potential negative effects.
*When in doubt, clinicians, parents, teachers or other caregivers should be willing to consult with experts or mental health professionals. AAS has dozens of expert members willing to provide consultation on a number of these topics.
*As parents and physicians take increasingly active roles in suicide prevention, we also ask that social media platforms join us on a larger scale in preventing suicide across the globe. AAS is proud to have cross-industry members of our Technology and Innovations Committee, which is available for consultation and advisory.

Parental Control Tools
*Cell phone plan carriers - Typically mobile carriers (AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, etc.) provide free parental control options that can limit the amount of time spent on social media, what platforms teens can access, and what hours they can be online.
*Hardware - There are dozens of products that allow a parent or care provider to turn on, disable, throttle or put time limits on WiFi access in the house or on individual devices.
*Internet filters - Most internet service providers allow you to filter content to limit access to age-restricted images or access to specific social media sites.
An important component of these tools is monitoring and adapting use. Depending on household use of internet and social media, especially in potentially concerning uses, some boundaries may need to be expanded, enforced, or relaxed. 
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Parent Survey Information
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Click "Take a Survey"
Enter this survey code: V18UX7 
Select: San Juan High School from the dropdown list

Student Survey Information

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Click "Take a Survey"
Enter this survey code: S55PM5 
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$    File your FAFSA    $
(FAFSA = Free Application For Federal Student Aid)
San Juan High FAFSA Night
Thursday, October 25, 2018
5:00 – 7:00 PM
San Juan High School Library
Why Should I File the FAFSA?
It’s the only way to apply for all federal and most states’ financial aid.  This includes Pell grants, work-study programs, federal student loans, and grant programs you might have never heard about.
Even if you have a full-ride scholarship or savings to help pay for college, filing the FAFSA is a good backup plan to cover unexpected expenses.
Many scholarships require you to file the FAFSA as part of the application process.
You never know what financial aid you might end up getting!  Many students file the FAFSA and are surprised to find they qualify for a grant, work-study, or need-based scholarship.
It doesn’t take as long as you think.  Usually less than 30 minutes from start to finish!
It’s not as difficult as you think.  FAFSA on the web (ww.fafsa.gov) has “Help and Hints” on every section, as well as online chat, phone help, and frequently asked questions section. 
Don’t hesitate to contact the financial aid office at the college or university you
want to attend to ask for school-specific financial aid information. 
You aren’t required to accept loans.  The FAFSA is just an application. 
There’s no reason not to file the FAFSA every year you’re in college – it’s FREE!
What You’ll Need to Complete the FAFSA
For the 2018-2019 FAFSA year, you will need information from 2017:
 Social Security card, alien registration or permanent resident card
Driver’s license
2017 W-2 forms and other records of income
2017 Federal Income Tax Return ** (for you)
Your parent’s 2017 Federal Income Tax Return, if you are a dependent student**
Your current bank statements
Your 2017 untaxed income records
Your current business and investment mortgage information, business and farm, stock, bond and other investment records


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SJH Parents/Guardians
College and Career Readiness Day
Wednesday, September 19th
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Please come in and support your students!
Visit with teachers about your students grades and attendance. 
If  you would like to schedule an appointment to
visit with a counselor please contact;
Jens Nielson 678-1375 available from 8:00-12:00 PM and 1:00-4:00 PM
Junior Parents!
Sgt. Murdock will be in the lobby to discuss the importance of the ASVAB Test.


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Seniors, schedule your check out appointment with Jonnie by Friday, May 11th or you will be assigned one. Don't forget to get your check out sheet from the office and have it filled out and signed before you come to your appointment! Be on time!
                                                      
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