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Orem HIGH

Stakeholder Report

2017-18

Orem HIGH

School Community Council very public school in Utah has a School Community Council (SCC). These councils are comprised of parents (who are elected by parents of students attending the school), the school principal, and school employees (who are elected by other employees). Elections for the SCC at Orem High School are held at the beginning of each school year. There are always at least two more parents on the SCC than school employees. Membership terms are two years.

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The main purposes of the SCC are to develop, approve, and assist in implementing the School Improvement Plan, and to allocate LAND Trust funds based on this plan. The council reviews and prepares this plan and allocation of funds each year. All plans are reviewed for final approval by the district school board. The SCC also acts as an advisory committee to the administration. The School Community Council meets on the third Tuesday of every month. This is a great opportunity to be more involved in the school, and to ensure the fund allocated from Trust Lands is used to better serve student learning at Orem High School. If you are interested in learning more or in joining the SCC, please contact the SCC Chair, Aerwyn Whitlock at [email protected] Information such as minutes of the meetings, the names and contact information for council members, dates and times of meetings, and previous LAND Trust plans can be found at http://ohs.alpineschools.org/ptsa-and-sccinformation. For those who cannot access this information via the internet, SCC information is available in the Main Office upon request.

land Trust 2016-2017 School LAND Trust Report Amount Allocated: $121,418

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Orem High School 175 South 400 East Orem, Utah 84097

2016-17

Fund two student advocates to work directly with students progress in class and to help them in graduation credit. Fund one aide for the Guided Studies program, allowing students to recover lost credit during school.
 Fund professional development opportunities for teachers to enhance and improve instructional practices. Fund equipment, materials, and supplies for teachers and departments to enhance instructional learning in the classroom. Fund materials and supplies to recognize students academic progress.

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rem High School is committed to helping our students become college and career ready. In our collaborative efforts, we are building an academic foundation, providing our students the necessary knowledge, skills and disposition needed to be successful after high school, as well as in their career. Our concerted efforts have shown to be successful. As a result, more Orem High students are graduating with college credit and are more prepared for college and life.

Concurrent Enrollment Advanced Placement Distance Education MATC (Tech) Courses

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Orem High’s continual efforts to improve student learning, proficiency, growth, and college readiness have been a great model for student success. With our focus on student learning, we strive to enhance our students knowledge, skills, and disposition in learning.

ACT EXAM INFORMATION On February 10, 2018, all Orem High juniors wihave the opportunity to take the ACT for free. For information regarding the ACT, prep classes, practice tests, and other ACT testing dates, visit http://www.ohscounseling.org.

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION Information about available scholarships are regularly updated at http://www.ohscounseling.org/scholarships--financial-aid.html. If you have questions or need assistance, call the counseling office or talk to a counselor.

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Earned a total of 3,900 College Credits

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To better prepare for education after high school, students should visit the OHS Career Center. The Career Center provides information about available scholarships, information about various colleges and careers, as well as the requirement, both academic and non-academic needed to qualify for college admittance. Visit http://www. ohscounseling.org/career-planning or contact Angela Kirkby at [email protected] org to set up an appointment.

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rem High values the importance of education after high school. Orem High strives for ALL students to take advantage of this opportunity. Performing well on the ACT, accessing scholarships, learning more about various career options, and knowing the requirements for college will provide students that chance. Passing the ACT with a score of 18 or higher will provide students with scholarships and advantages in college. Orem High provides ACT prep classes monthly where students can improve their knowledge and skills to perform well on the ACT.

A fundamental key to this success is the vision of learning: focusing on the essential knowledge, skills, and dispositions that Orem High students need to continue to learn. To ensure our students are competitive in the global market, we collaborate on Monday’s at teams. ensuring that Orem High students understand the essential information in content areas, and acquire the skill capacity needed to be successful. Our efforts have proven to be a great model for student success. More students are graduating, taking the ACT, and improving their scores. Our AP pass rates have increased, as well as the number of students earning college credit through conurrent enrolment and college courses.

We believe to improve behavior, it has to be a shared goal. Orem High has made a common commitment to “Always speak in a professional and positive manner, assume goodwill, talk positively about others… and celebrate student success.” We have witnessed more school unity and improved relationships with students and teachers. We hope that you will join us and make this common commitment. Through our shared efforts we can continue to make Orem High an endless place for learning posibilities.

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t is rewarding to see all the great things happening here at Orem High. The passion, dedication and unwavering commitment to PRIDE and excellence by every student, teacher and patron is second to none. Having this commitment, we are ensuring that Orem High students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful not only in college, but in their future career.

Another key component to student success is attendance and behavior. Good attendance and behavior are crucial for success, and we are committed to ensuring that ALL students are successful. Our committed partnership with parents, teachers, and students to reinforce the importance of regular attendance has had positive results and is proving to be successful. We have fewer students missing class, which has decreased the number of students failing classes.

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Orem High School 2018 Graduation - UVU in the UCCU Event Center Thursday, May 31 @ 1:30 pm. ACT PASS RATE

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providing our students the necessary knowledge, skills and disposition needed to be. successful after high school, as well as in their career. Our concerted efforts have. shown to be successful. As a result, more Orem High students are graduating with. college credit and are more prepared for. college and life. 2016-17 ...

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