• High School (9-12)


    HIGH SCHOOL Courses Using Apex for Content

    Students

    Teachers

    Log into email** through the student portal

    • Review weekly overview of assignments, “office hours,” and links to recorded lessons.
    • Review daily reminder of what should be done to stay on pace.

    Log into Apex to complete assignments as instructed by the teacher

    Contact the teacher if help is needed. Ways to get help include:

    • Participating in office hours
    • Sending an email to request one-to-one support

    Time Considerations: Approximately 25 minutes per course per day or approximately 2 hours per course per week.

    WEEKLY:  Share a weekly overview with students.  This should include:

    • the learning objectives and task expectations
    • a breakdown guiding work pace
    • “office hours”
    • link(s) to recorded lessons

    WEEKLY: Develop or Identify recorded lesson(s) aligned to assignments as needed.  These should be brief and focus on possible areas of misconception or content focus.  Videos may be found online or created by the teacher.

    DAILY:  Send a reminder of what should be completed that day.

    DAILY: Monitor students' progress and learning performance.

    DAILY: Communicate “office hours”

    • Consider using TEAMS or a Zoom Link

    DAILY:  Be prepared to help students in an individualized manner. 

    • Consider using Google Voice to acquire a phone number for this work.

    DAILY:  Monitor gradebook in Apex.  Contacting students who did not meet mastery. ***

    *The District’s Excused Absence policy will be in effect for all incomplete assignments and no grades of “0” will be entered into the teachers’ gradebooks during the period of remote learning.  Students may be assigned additional assignments by teachers.

    **Teachers will establish the preferred method of communicating assignments.  This may be through email, Bb, Teams, or another communication system like Class Tag or Remind that was previously in use for class communication.

    *** No grade entered in the gradebook for an assignment during the remote learning period will be below a 70%.


    HIGH SCHOOL Courses Not Using Apex for Content

    Students

    Teachers

    Log into email** through the student portal

    • Review weekly overview of assignments, “office hours,” and links to recorded lessons.
    • Review daily reminder of what should be done to stay on pace.

    Complete assignments as instructed by the teacher

    Contact the teacher if help is needed. Ways to get help include:

    • Participating in office hours
    • Sending an email to request one-to-one support.

     

    Time Considerations: Time Considerations: Approximately 25 minutes per course per day or approximately 2 hours per course per week.

    Times may vary for AP and IB courses that are preparing for the assessments.

    AICE is TBD based on guidance from State.

    WEEKLY: Plan instructional learning material.

    WEEKLY:  Share a weekly overview with students.  This should include:

    • the learning objectives and task expectations
    • a breakdown guiding their pace
    • “office hours”
    • link(s) to recorded lessons

    WEEKLY: Develop/Identify recorded lesson(s) aligned to assignments as needed.  These should be brief and focus on possible areas of misconception.  Videos may be found online or created by the teacher.

    DAILY:  Send a reminder of the work that should be completed on that day.

    DAILY: Monitor students' progress and learning performance.

    DAILY: Communicate “office hours”

    • Consider using TEAMS or a Zoom Link 

    DAILY:  Be prepared to help students in an individualized manner. 

    • Consider using Google Voice to acquire a phone number for this work.

    DAILY:  Enter grades into gradebook for completed assignments.*** 

    *The District’s Excused Absence policy will be in effect for all incomplete assignments and no grades of “0” will be entered into the teachers’ gradebooks during the period of remote learning.  Students may be assigned additional assignments by teachers.

    ** Teachers will establish the preferred method of communicating assignments.  This may be through email, Bb, Teams, or another communication system like Class Tag or Remind that was previously in use for class communication.

    *** No grade entered in the gradebook for an assignment during the remote learning period will be below a 70%.


    HIGH SCHOOL Intensive Language Arts and Unique Skills Courses

    Students

    Teachers

    Log into your email** through the student portal

    • Review weekly overview of assignments, “office hours,” and links to recorded lessons.

    Review daily reminder of what should be done to stay on pace.

    Log into Achieve 3000 to complete assignments.

    • Two Articles per week must be completed with grades of 75% or above.

    Contact the teacher if help is needed. Ways to get help include:

    • Participating in office hours
    • Sending an email to request one-to-one support

    Time Considerations:  Approximately 25 minutes per article and activity per course. Total time will depend on how many articles are read prior to scoring 75% or higher on two.

    WEEKLY:  Share a weekly overview with students.  This should include:

    • the learning objectives and task expectations
    • a breakdown guiding their pace
    • “office hours”
    • link(s) to recorded lessons

    WEEKLY: Develop or Identify recorded lesson(s) aligned to assignments as needed.  These should be brief and focus on possible areas of misconception or content focus.  Videos may be found online or created by the teacher.

    DAILY:  Send a reminder of what should be completed that day.

    DAILY: Monitor students' progress and learning performance.

    DAILY: Communicate “office hours”

    • Consider using TEAMS or Zoom link

    DAILY:  Be prepared to help students in an individualized manner. 

    • Consider using Google Voice to acquire a phone number for this work.

    DAILY:  Enter grades into gradebook for completed assignments.***

     


    *The District’s Excused Absence policy will be in effect for all incomplete assignments and no grades of “0” will be entered into the teachers’ gradebooks during the period of remote learning.  Students may be assigned additional assignments by teachers.

    ** Teachers will establish the preferred method of communicating assignments.  This may be through email, Bb, Teams, or another communication system like Class Tag or Remind that was previously in use for class communication.

    *** No grade entered in the gradebook for an assignment during the remote learning period will be below a 70%


    HIGH SCHOOL Performance Based Program (PBD) and Credit Recovery Courses

    Students

    Teachers

    Log into Apex through the student portal to continue to complete assignments**

    Contact the teacher if help is needed. Ways to get help include:

    • Participating in office hours
    • Sending an email to request one-to-one support

    Time Considerations: Will vary depending on individual needs.

     

    WEEKLY:  Check in with students to discuss individualized plans. 

    • Consider using Google Voice to acquire a phone number for this work.

    WEEKLY: Develop recorded lesson as needed to help students complete assignments.

    DAILY: Monitor students' progress and learning performance.

    DAILY: Communicate “office hours”

    • Consider using TEAMS or Zoom link

    DAILY:  Communicate completions to School Administrator.***


    *The District’s Excused Absence policy will be in effect for all incomplete assignments and no grades of “0” will be entered into the teachers’ gradebooks during the period of remote learning.  Students may be assigned additional assignments by teachers.

    ** Teachers will establish the preferred method of communicating assignments.  This may be through email, Bb, Teams, or another communication system like Class Tag or Remind that was previously in use for class communication.

    *** No grade entered in the gradebook for an assignment during the remote learning period will be below a 70%.


    HIGH SCHOOL Courses Using Project-Based Learning (Courses may include the Arts, Music, Physical Education, and ROTC)

    Students

    Teachers

    Log into email** through the student portal

    • Review weekly overview of assignments, “office hours,” and links to recorded lessons.
    • Review daily reminder of what should be done to stay on pace.

    Complete assignment(s) as instructed by the teacher and according to the Rubric

    Contact the teacher if help is needed. Ways to get help include:

    • Participating in office hours
    • Sending an email to request one-to-one support.

    Time Considerations:  Approximately 25 minutes per course per day or approximately 2 hours per course per week.

    WEEKLY:  Share a weekly overview with students.  This should include:

    • the learning objectives and task expectations
    • a rubric
    • “office hours”
    • link(s) to recorded lessons

    WEEKLY: Develop or Identify recorded lesson(s) aligned to assignments as needed.  These should be brief and focus on possible areas of misconception or content focus.  Videos may be found online or created by the teacher.

    DAILY:  Send a reminder of the work that should be completed on that day.

    DAILY: Communicate “office hours”

    • Consider using TEAMS or Zoom link

    DAILY:  Be prepared to help students in an individualized manner. 

    • Consider using Google Voice to acquire a phone number for this work.

    DAILY:  Enter grades into gradebook for completed assignments.***

    *The District’s Excused Absence policy will be in effect for all incomplete assignments and no grades of “0” will be entered into the teachers’ gradebooks during the period of remote learning.  Students may be assigned additional assignments by teachers.

    ** Teachers will establish the preferred method of communicating assignments.  This may be through email, Bb, Teams, or another communication system like Class Tag or Remind that was previously in use for class communication.

    *** No grade entered in the gradebook for an assignment during the remote learning period will be below a 70%.


    HIGH SCHOOL CTE Courses

    Students

    Teachers

    Log into email** through the student portal

    • Reply to your teacher’s welcome communication to you to activate your required online course participation

    Review weekly overview of assignments, “office hours,” and links to recorded lessons.

    Review daily reminders of what should be done to stay on pace.

    Complete assignment(s) as instructed by the teacher and according to the Rubric

    Contact the teacher if help is needed. Ways to get help include:

    • Participating in office hours
    • Sending an email to request one-to-one support.

    Time Considerations:  Approximately 25 minutes per course per day or approximately 2 hours per course per week.

    DAILY:  Contact all students (email, Teams message, Blackboard post, etc.) with a reminder of the current daily expectations, due dates, rubric(s), and resources.

    • Be available during office hours
    • Be prepared to help students individually
    • Provide feedback and enter grades in Gradebook 

    WEEKLY: Develop or identify lessons aligned to you course curriculum and adjusted to students as needed (IEP, 504, etc.) and post to your chosen course communication format (Blackboard, Teams, OneNote, etc.).

    • Contact all students (email, Teams message, Blackboard post, etc.) with a weekly overview to include learning objectives, expectations, assignment/project list, rubrics, due dates, and resources.
    • Provide feedback and enter grades in Gradebook 

    *The District’s Excused Absence policy will be in effect for all incomplete assignments and no grades of “0” will be entered into the teachers’ gradebooks during the period of remote learning.  Students may be assigned additional assignments by teachers.

    ** Teachers will establish the preferred method of communicating assignments.  This may be through email, Bb, Teams, or another communication system like Class Tag or Remind that was previously in use for class communication.

    *** No grade entered in the gradebook for an assignment during the remote learning period will be below a 70%.


    HIGH SCHOOL On Campus Dual Enrollment Courses through USF

    Students

    Teachers

    Log into Canvas to continue to complete assignments.  DE teachers must communicate through canvas.

    Contact the teacher if help is needed. Ways to get help include:

    • Participating in office hours
    • Sending an email through Canvas to request one-to-one support

    Time Considerations: Will vary depending on Course Expectations.

    Must Follow Expectations set forth by USF.  Please contact Dr. Rose with questions.


    HIGH SCHOOL Off Campus Dual Enrollment Courses (including UF, USF, and SCF)

    Students

    Teachers

    Must follow directions provided by Post-Secondary Institution. 

    Contact your high school guidance counselor if you need assistance obtaining assignments.

    Contact the Professor if you are having difficulty with the course content.

     

    Time Considerations: Will vary depending on Course Expectations.

    Not Applicable.


    HIGH SCHOOL ESE ACCESS Courses

    Students

    Teachers

    Complete assignment(s) as instructed by the teacher

    Review weekly overview of assignments, "office hours," and links to recorded lessons.

    Review daily reminder of what should be done to stay on pace.

    Contact the teacher if help is needed. Ways to get help include:

    • Participating in office hours
    • Sending an email to request one-to­ one support.

    Time Considerations: Approximately 25 minutes of active time per course per day, (up to 3 hours daily) Times may be broken into smaller blocks to address individual student needs.

     

     

    WEEKLY: Create core content lesson plans for students to include Attainment Curriculum for core subjects creating a packet with paper-based materials.

    WEEKLY: Develop or Identify lesson(s) aligned to IEP goals.

    WEEKLY: Contribute to and generate a newsletter/overview to target specific needs including curriculum information, supplemental activities, anxiety reducers, and/or visual supports

    WEEKLY: Share a weekly overview with students. This should include: the learning objectives and task expectations, a rubric "office hours" link(s) to recorded lessons

    DAILY: Send a reminder of the work that

    should be completed on that day.

    DAILY: Communicate "office hours" Consider using TEAMS or Zoom link

    DAILY: Be prepared to help students in an individualized manner.

    • Consider using Google Voice to acquire a phone number for this work.

    DAILY: Enter grades into gradebook for completed assignments, monitor progress on IEP Goals.

    DAILY:  Communicate with paraprofessional daily to coordinate and plan instructional supports for students, develop a schedule to provide virtual supports.

    DAILY:  Maintain daily log of services provided to include times, dates and student services.

    DAILY:  Follow accommodations/ services as listed on the IEP

    *The District’s Excused Absence policy will be in effect for all incomplete assignments and no grades of “0” will be entered into the teachers’ gradebooks during the period of remote learning.  Students may be assigned additional assignments by teachers.

    **Teachers will establish the preferred method of communication.  This may be through email, Bb, Teams, or another communication system like Class Tag or Remind that was previously in use for class communication.

    *** No grade entered in the gradebook for an assignment during the remote learning period will be below a 70%.


    HIGH SCHOOL English Language Arts through ESOL & Developmental Language Arts

    Students

    Teachers

    Complete assignment(s) as instructed by the teacher

    Review weekly overview of assignments, "office hours," and links to recorded lessons.

    Review daily reminder of what should be done to stay on pace.

    Contact the teacher if help is needed. Waysto get help include:

    • Participating in office hours
    • Sending an email to request one-to­ one support.

    Time Considerations: Approximately 25 minutes of active time per course per day, (up to 3 hours daily) Times may be broken into smaller chunks to address individual student needs.

    Note students participating in the Access Curriculum who are not in self-contained classrooms, will participate in the curricula as determined by their ESE classroom teacher.

     

    WEEKLY: Create core content lesson plans for students to include WIDA Standards and language proficiency levels in all 4 language domains for ELLs. Also create a packet with paper-based materials

    WEEKLY: Develop or Identify lesson(s) aligned to Florida Standards and WIDA Standards for proficiency levels.

    WEEKLY: Contribute to and generate a newsletter/overview to target specific needs including curriculum information, supplemental activities, anxiety reducers, and/or visual supports

    WEEKLY: Share a weekly overview with students. This should include: the learning objectives and task expectations, a rubric "office hours" link(s) to recorded lessons

    DAILY: Send a reminder of the work that

    should be completed on that day.

    DAILY: Communicate "office hours" Consider using TEAMS or Zoom link

    DAILY: Be prepared to help students in an individualized manner.

    • Consider using Google Voice to acquire a phone number for this work.

    DAILY: Enter grades into gradebook for completed assignments, monitor progress on IEP Goals.

    DAILY:  Communicate with ESOL paraprofessional(s) to coordinate and plan instructional supports for students, develop a schedule for paraprofessional(s) to provide virtual supports.

    DAILY:  Maintain daily log of services provided to include times, dates and student services.

    DAILY:  Plan for accommodations and modifications based on language proficiency levels (listening, speaking, reading, writing)


    Student Instructions in Spanish, Russian and Ukrainian

    Estudiante

    Complete las tareas según las instrucciones del maestro

    Revise el resumen semanal de tareas, "horas de oficina" y enlaces a lecciones grabadas.

    Revise el recordatorio diario de lo que se debe hacer para mantener el ritmo.

    Comunícate con el maestro si necesitas ayuda. Las formas de obtener ayuda incluyen:

    • Participando en horas de oficina o enviar un correo electrónico para solicitar asistencia personalizada.
    • Consideraciones de tiempo: Aproximadamente 30 minutos de tiempo activo por curso por día, (hasta 3 horas diarias) Los tiempos pueden dividirse en fragmentos más pequeños según las necesidades individuales de los estudiantes.

     

    Russian:

    Ученик

    Выполняйте задание (задания) в соответствии с указаниями учителя

    Просмотрите еженедельный обзор заданий, «рабочих часов» и ссылки на записанные уроки.

    Ежедневно просматривайте напоминания о том, что нужно делать, чтобы не отставать.

    Свяжитесь с учителем, если нужна помощь. Способы получения помощи включают в себя:

    • Участие в рабочее времяОтправка электронного письма для запроса индивидуальной поддержки.

    Вопросы времени: примерно 30 минут активного времени на курс в день (до 3 часов в день). Время может быть разбито на более мелкие куски для удовлетворения индивидуальных потребностей студентов.

    Vypolnyayte zadaniye (zadaniya) v sootvetstvii s ukazaniyami uchitelya

    Prosmotrite yezhenedel'nyy obzor zadaniy, «rabochikh chasov» i ssylki na zapisannyye uroki.

    Yezhednevno prosmatrivayte napominaniya o tom, chto nuzhno delat', chtoby ne otstavat'.

    Svyazhites' s uchitelem, yesli nuzhna pomoshch'. Sposoby polucheniya pomoshchi vklyuchayut v sebya:

    • Uchastiye v rabocheye vremya
    • Otpravka elektronnogo pis'ma dlya zaprosa individual'noy podderzhki.

    Voprosy vremeni: primerno 30 minut aktivnogo vremeni na kurs v den' (do 3 chasov v den'). Vremya mozhet byt' razbito na boleye melkiye kuski dlya udovletvoreniya individual'nykh potrebnostey studentov.

     

     

    Ukrainian:

    Студент

    Виконайте завдання (завдання) за вказівкою вчителя

    Переглядайте щотижневий огляд завдань, "робочих годин" та посилання на записані уроки.

    Переглядайте щоденне нагадування про те, що потрібно зробити, щоб не відставати від темпу.

    If Якщо потрібна допомога, зверніться до вчителя. Способи отримання допомоги включають:

    • участь в робочих годинах
    • Надсилання електронного листа для запиту підтримки однієї до однієї.

    Розгляд часу: Приблизно 30 хвилин активного часу на курс на день (до 3 годин щодня) Часи можуть бути розбиті на менші шматки для задоволення індивідуальних потреб студентів.

    Vykonayte zavdannya (zavdannya) za vkazivkoyu vchytelya

    Perehlyadayte shchotyzhnevyy ohlyad zavdanʹ, "robochykh hodyn" ta posylannya na zapysani uroky.

    Perehlyadayte shchodenne nahaduvannya pro te, shcho potribno zrobyty, shchob ne vidstavaty vid tempu.

    If Yakshcho potribna dopomoha, zvernitʹsya do vchytelya. Sposoby otrymannya dopomohy vklyuchayutʹ:

    • uchastʹ v robochykh hodynakh
    • o Nadsylannya elektronnoho lysta dlya zapytu pidtrymky odniyeyi do odniyeyi.

    Roz·hlyad chasu: Pryblyzno 30 khvylyn aktyvnoho chasu na kurs na denʹ (do 3 hodyn shchodnya) Chasy mozhutʹ buty rozbyti na menshi shmatky dlya zadovolennya indyvidualʹnykh potreb studentiv.

     


    HIGH SCHOOL Courses with Apex Access that have been adapted for Quarter 4*

    World Lang

    ELA

    Math

    Science

    Social Studies

    Music

    Phys Ed

    CTE

    French 1**

    French 2**

    Spanish 1**

    Spanish 2**

    Spanish 3**

    AP Span.

    Lang.**

    Eng 1***

    Eng 1 H

    Eng 2***

    Eng 2 H

    Eng 3***

    Eng 3 H

    Eng 4***

    Eng 4 H

    AP Lang**

    AP Lit**

    Social Media**

    Creative Wrtg**

    Int. Math**

    Algebra 1A

    Algebra 1B

    Algebra 1

    Alg 1 Hon

    Geometry

    Geom Hon* b

    Lbrl Arts

    Algebra 2

    Alg 2 Hon

    MCR

    Pre-Calc

    Adv Topics

    Stats**

    AP Calc AB

    AP Stats**

    Enviro. Sc.

    Biology 1

    Biology Hon

    Physical Sc

    Phys. Sc Hon

    Earth/Spc Sc

    Chemistry

    Chem Hon

    Physics Hon

    AP Biology**

    AP Env. Sc**

    AP Chem**

     

     

    World History

    World His Hon.

    U.S. History

    U.S. Hist. Hon

    Economics

    Econ. Hon

    U.S. Gov.

    U.S. Gov. Hon

    Psychology

    Sociology

    Wrld Cult Geo

    Multi Cult. St.

    AP US His.**

    AP Micro**

    AP Macro**

    AP US Gov**

    AP Psych**

    Music of the World***

    Prsnl Fit***

    HOPE

    Acnt. Appl 1

    DIT

    Legal Aspts Bus

    Health Sc

    Found

     

     

    *Honors courses may be used when applicable for pre-AICE, pre-IB, and AICE, AP, and IB courses per the discretion of the teacher.

    **Teacher will need to adapt content for quarter 4

    ***Course content may be used as a substitute for another course that does not have an Apex course at the instructor’s discretion (e.g., English through ESOL or Band)

     

    HIGH SCHOOL Courses That Do Not Have APEX Access for Content Delivery

    Art

    Dance/Theat.

    World Lang

    English

    Math

    Music

    Music

    Other

    2D Studio Art 1

    2D Studio Art 2

    2D Studio 3H

    3D Studio Art 1

    3D Studio Art 2

    3D Studio 3H

    Create 2D Art

    Create 3D Art

    Fine Craft Std

    Cerm/Pott 1

    Cerm/Pott 2

    Cerm/Pott 3H

    Drawing 1

    Drawing 2

    Painting 1

    Pre-AICE Art

    Film 1

    Film 2

    Film 3 H

    Visual Tech 1

    Visual Tech 2

    Visual Tech 3H

    Create Photo 1

    Create Photo 2

    Cr. Photo 3H

    Pre-AICE Photo

    Digital Art 1

    Digital Art 2

    Digital Art 3

    Port: Draw H

    Portfolio: 2D H

    Portfolio: 3D H

    Pre-IB Art 1

    Pre-IB Art 2

    Intro to Dance

    Dance Tech 1

    Dance Tech 2

    Dance Tech 3H

    Dance Tech 4H

    Ballet 1

    Ballet 2

    Ballet 3H

    Ballet 4H

    Dance Chor 1

    Dance Chor 2H

    Dance Rep 1

    Dance Rep 3H

    Dance Rep 4H

    Dance Hist 1

    Dance Hist 2

    Dance Sem H

    Theatre 1

    Theatre 2

    Theatre 3H

    Theatre 4H

    Pre-Aice Drama

    Acting 1

    Acting 2

    Acting 3

    Acting 4 H

    Tech Th: Prp&S

    Tech Th: L

    Tech Th: Cost

    Tech Th: Des 1

    Tech Th: Des 2

    Tech Th: Des 3

    Tec Th: Des 4H

    Th Dir & St 1

    Th Dir & St 2H

    Voice & Diction

    Th Improv

    Music Th 1

    Music Th 2

    Music Th 3

    French 3H

    French 4H

    French5H

    German 1

    German 2

    German 3H
    German 4H

    Spanish 4H

    Spanish 5H

    Chinese 1

    Chinese 2

    Chinese 3H

    Chinese 4H

    Pre-IB Chin 1

    Pre-IB Chin 2

    Pre-IB Chin 3H

    Pre-IB Chin 4H

    ASL 1

    ASL 2

    ASL 3H

    Applied Com

    Sem & Logic H

    Cont. Lit

    Lit & Art

    Journalism 1

    Journalism 2

    Journalism 3H

    Journalism 4H

    Journalism 5H

    Journalism 6H

    Journalism 7H

    Journalism 8H

    Speech 1

    Speech 2

    Debate 1

    Debate 2

    Debate 3H

    Debate 4H

    Creat. Writ 2

    Creat. Writ 3H

    Creat. Writ 4H

    Play Writing

    Math Analy H

    Calculus H

    Pre-AICE Addtl

    Math

    Infor. Geom.

    P-AICE Math 3

    Trig H

     

     

    Music Thry 1

    Music Thry 2H

    Guitar 1

    Guitar 2

    Guitar 3

    Guitar 4H

    Keyboard 1

    Keyboard 2

    Keyboard 3

    Keyboard 4H

    Band 1

    Band 2

    Band 3

    Band 4

    Band 5H

    Band 6H

    Orchestra 1

    Orchestra 2

    Orchestra 3

    Orchestra 4

    Orchestra 5H

    Orchestra 6H

    Instrmt Tech 1

    Instrmt Tech 2

    Instrmt Tech 3

    Inst. Tech 4H

    Instrmt Ens 1

    Instrmt Ens 2

    Instrmt Ens 3

    Instrmt Ens 4H

     

     

    Jazz 1

    Jazz 2

    Jazz 3

    Jazz 4H

    Chorus 1

    Chorus 2

    Chorus 3

    Chorus 4

    Chorus 5H

    Chorus 6H

    Vocal Tech 1

    Vocal Tech 2

    Vocal Tech 3

    Vocal Tech 4H

    Vocal Ensmb 1

    Vocal Ensmb 2

    Vocal Ensmb 3

    Vcl Ensmb 4H

    Msc Tech 1

    Msc Tech 2

    Msc Tech 3H

    Music Tech 4H

    Eurhythmics 1

    Eurhythmics 2

    Eurhythmics 3

    Eurhythmics 4

    Music Ensmb 1

    Music Ensmb 2

    Music Ensmb 3

    Msc Ensmb 4H

    Music Tech 1

    Music Tech 2

    Music Tech 3

    Music Tech 4H

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Exec. Intern 1

    Exec. Intern 2

    Exec. Intern 3

    Exec. Intern 4

    First Aid

    Parenting 1

    Parenting 2

    Health: Exp

    Parent

    Peer Counsel 1

    Peer Counsel 2

    Peer Counsel 3

    Peer Counsel 4

    Research 1

    Research 2

    Pre-IB Think 1

    Pre-IB Think 2

    Crit. Thinking

    Career Rsrch

    Ldrshp Skills

    Ldrshp Tech

     

    Social Studies

    Science

    Physical Ed

    Military

    Afr Am Hist

    Florida Hist

    Holocaust

    Holocaust H

    Financial Lit

    Finacial Lit H

    Hip Hop & Lit

    Global Studies

    Wmn Studies

    Law

    Law H

    Leg. Systms

    Court Proc.

    Court Proc Int.

    Intrntl Relation

    Const. Law H

    Psych 2 H

    Philosophy H

    Biology 2H

    Ant. & Phys.

    Ant. & Phys. H

    Ecology

    Bio Sc 2 H

    Env Sc H

    P-AICE Env. Sc

    Exp. Science 1

    Exp. Science 2

    Exp Science 3

    Exp. Science 4

    Marine Sc 1

    Marine Sc 1 H

    Chem 2 H

    Nuclear Rad H

    Astronomy H

     

    Weight Train 1

    Weight Train 2

    Weight Train 3

    Comp Fit

    Pwr Weight 1

    Ind&Dual Sp 1

    Ind&Dual Sp 2

    Ind&Dual Sp 3

    Recreation

    Outdoor Ed

    Care&Prev Inj.

    Sport Officiate

    Basketball

    Team Sport 1

    Team Sport 2

    Aerobic 1

    Aerobic 3

    Tennis 1

    Tennis 2

    Volleyball 1

    Volleyball 2

    Army L & T 1

    Army L & T 2

    Army L & T 3

    Army L & T 4

    Naval Sc 1

    Naval Sc 2

    Naval Sc 3

    Naval Sc 4

    Mar. Corp 1

    Mar. Corp 2

    Mar. Corp 3

    Mar. Corp 4