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Northwest High School

2012-2013

10761 Pippin Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45231

www.nwlsd.org

Main Office - 742-6340 Fax - 742-6376

Career Center - 742-6351 Fax - 742-6377

Attendance Office - 742-6348

Northwest High School office hours are 7:00 A.M. to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday. You may leave a message for a staff member to contact you or you may e-mail any staff member.

Todd Bowling, Principal

Elizabeth Styles, Assistant Principal Casey Scherz, Assistant Principal

Joe Bertram, NWCTC, Assistant Principal, (AM Only)

Joe Pollitt, Athletic Director


Daily Bell Schedule

Advisory 7:40 - 7:43 am

1st Bell 7:47 - 8:35 am

2nd Bell 8:39 - 9:27 am

3rd Bell 9:31 - 10:19 am

4th Bell 10:23 - 12:01

A Lunch - 10:23 - 10:53

B Lunch - 10:51 - 11:21

C Lunch - 11:31 - 12:01

5th Bell 12:06 - 12:54 pm

6th Bell 12:59 - 1:47 pm

7th Bell 1:52 - 2:40 pm


Northwest High School
Parent E-mail Sign Up


At Northwest High School, we are always working to improve communication between home and school. One of the best ways we do this is through our parent e-mails. Through the parent e-mail, the weekly calendar is sent home every Monday along with notes and updates from the Principal. Our purpose with this service is to support you as parents by keeping you up to date with timely and accurate information about our school.

If you are interested in being a part of our parent e-mail service, please log on to www.nwlsd.org click on “Join the E News List.” Complete the simple form to sign up for the e-mailing list.

Please be sure if your e-mail server offers spam control to unblock our address. If this is not done our e-mails will not be able to be delivered. If you have any questions, please call the Main Office at 742-6340.

2012-2013 PARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOK

It is in your son/daughter’s best interest that we work together in relationship to his/her schooling. After reviewing this handbook with your son/daughter, please check the box below and return this form to the student’s advisory teacher as soon as possible. I have also read, understand and agree to abide by the terms of the Acceptable Use Policy and Agreement noted in this handbook. Should I commit any violation or in any way misuse my access to the Northwest Local District’s computers, computer network, and or Internet, I understand and agree that my access privilege may be revoked and disciplinary action may be taken against me as outlined in the applicable Handbook or Code of Conduct.

I have reviewed the 2012-2013 Northwest High School Handbook with my son/daughter.

Student Name (Please print) Grade




Parent/Guardian Signature Date

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STUDENT INFORMATION RELEASE FORM

The Northwest Local School District requests parental consent to utilize pictures and/or name identification of students for school publications, videotapes, website, and/or print and broadcast media.


If you do not wish the Northwest Local School District to use your son/daughter’s photo and/or name, please notify us in writing, including the student’s name, grade, and school he/she attends. Send to:

Donna Stockhoff Phone (513) 923-1000, Ext. 647

Northwest Local School District FAX (513) 923-3644

3240 Banning Road e-mail to stocdo@nwlsd.org

Cincinnati, OH 45239

DIRECTORY INFORMATION

(O.R.C. 3319.321)

FERPA (Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and Ohio law prohibit the release of student records without the written consent of the parent, or student who is 18 years of age or older. An exception is made in the case of “directory information.” The directory information is defined to include the student’s name, address, telephone listing, date and place of birth, major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, dates of attendance, date of graduation, and awards.

Directory information is considered public information and may be released without parental consent in some cases. Directory information may not be released to an individual or group representing businesses or other profit-making agencies except for private entities contracted by the Northwest Board of Education. If a parent does not want any or all directory information disclosed about his/her child, this objection must be put in writing and sent to:

Northwest Local School District

Student Services Office

3312 Compton Road

Cincinnati, OH 45251


Northwest High School


MISSION STATEMENT

At Northwest High School, we are committed to providing every student with the academic knowledge, interpersonal skills and self-discipline needed to be a successful member of our community and an active life long learner.


VISION

In our commitment to excellence, we envision a school where our students are committed to their own education, are taught to respect themselves and others, are enriched by diversity, and are helped to develop to their full potential.

Dear Students,

On behalf of the faculty and staff, I welcome you to the 2012-13 school year. Whether you are new to Northwest or a returning upperclassman, I hope this will be your most successful year of high school ever. I encourage each of you to get involved with our school and make a difference every day.

This agenda planner is divided into two parts- the NWHS student handbook and a weekly planner:

• The student handbook contains information about our academic programs, career technical center, attendance, guidance services, athletics, clubs and activities, and general information. There is also a section on Board policies and procedures.

• The weekly planner is designed to help students keep track of assignments and provide tips for school success.

This agenda planner has been developed for you. If used well, it will help you stay organized and will answer many of your questions. You need to carry it with you at all times during the school day.

Again, best wishes as you begin the new school year.

Thanks for all you do, take pride in your school and…GO KNIGHTS!


Todd Bowling,

Principal


ADMINISTRATORS

Todd Bowling Principal tbowling@nwlsd.org

Elizabeth (Libby) Styles Assistant Principal estyles@nwlsd.org

Casey Scherz Assistant Principal cscherz@nwlsd.org

Joe Bertram NWCTC Asst. Principal, (AM only) jbertram@nwlsd.org

Joe Pollitt Athletic Director jpollitt@nwlsd.org

Maureen Ruether Instructional Specialist mruether@nwlsd.org


COUNSELORS

Leslie Andrews 9-12 Grades A-G landrews@nwlsd.org

Emily Jones 9-12 Grades H-O ejones@nwlsd.org

Starlee Bailey 9-12 grades P-Z sbailey@nwlsd.org


SUPPORT STAFF

Heather Lane Lead Secretary hlane@nwlsd.org

Pam Hoffman Associate Secretary phoffman@nwlsd.org

Kathy Engelkamp Athletic Secretary kengelkamp@nwlsd.org

Maureen Evers Career Center Secretary mevers@nwlsd.org

Jen Daly Counselor’s Secretary jdaly@nwlsd.org

Dottie Peters Attendance dpeters@nwlsd.org

Diane Overbeck School Nurse doverbeck@nwlsd.org


FACULTY E-Mail List

Please visit nwlsd.org and link to Northwest High School for a complete listing of Northwest High School faculty e-mail addresses.

Office Duties

Attendance Issues - Attendance Office Fees - Main Office

Athletics - Athletic Office Lockers - Main Office

Career Education - Career Center Insurance Forms - Main Office

Illness/Medications - Health Office Parking Permits - Main Office

Schedule Change - Counselor’s Office Student Aide Forms - Main Office

Transcripts - Counselor’s Office Work Permits – Career Center


ACADEMIC PROGRAM INFORMATION

Northwest High School is a comprehensive high school offering a wide range of academic and elective classes. Students may choose an honor or advanced level four-year college prep program or a combination career center and college prep program.

What’s new for 2012-13:

• New information on Northwest Online

• Updated Requirements for Graduation.

In 2010-2011, NWHS successfully transitioned from the block schedule to the seven bell day. Because of this change, there are different graduation requirements for students depending on the year they will graduate. Here are the different requirements depending on year of graduation:

• 22 total credits for the class of 2013

• 21 total credits for the class of 2014 and 2015

For our upperclassmen, here’s how the graduation requirements look over the next three years:




Class of 2013







Class - 2014,2015

 




English

4




English

4




Math

3




Math

4




Science

3




Science

3




Social Studies

4




Social Studies

4




Health

½




Health

½




Physical Education

½




Physical
Education

½




Business Technology

½




Business
Technology

½




Fine Arts or Foreign Lang.

1




Fine Arts or Foreign Lang.

1










Electives

5 ½




Electives






Total Credits Required

22




Total Credits Required

21









Temporary Alternative to the Ohio Core Opt-Out Program

The newly mandated Ohio Core Curriculum is more rigorous than in the past. This increase in rigor is purposeful with the ultimate goal of better preparing students for college and career readiness. Teachers will begin using the adopted Common Core and State content standards which will require more from students and make some of these courses more difficult to complete. A major change is in the content area of mathematics. Starting with the graduating class of 2014 students will be required to earn four math credits to graduate from high school – completing at a minimum the Algebra II curriculum. The Opt-Out program will allow students in the graduating classes of 2014 through 2017 who struggle in mathematics an opportunity to graduate with only earning three credits in this content area. Student requests to participate in this program must be submitted in writing and approved by school officials. Interested students must talk to their counselors to get more information about this program.


Exemption to the Physical Education Graduation Requirement

Starting School Year 2012-2013 students can be exempted from earning ½ credit of physical education and still meet the requirements of graduation from high school. Students who successfully complete two full seasons of sanctioned interscholastic athletics, marching band, cheerleading offered within the district or two full years in junior reserve officer training corps (NJROTC) may apply and be exempted from taking and completing the two required physical education courses needed to earn their diploma. These two seasons or years in the junior reserve officer training corps must be successfully completed throughout a student’s 9th, 10th and 11th grade school years. Students must complete and submit a Physical Education Waiver Form to their counselor to be considered for this exemption. Interested students must talk to their counselors to get more information about this opportunity.


Ohio Core – Fine Arts Requirement for Graduating Classes of 2014 and Beyond

The Ohio Core requires two semesters or the equivalent of one year of fine arts for students to graduate unless the student is enrolled in and completes a course of study in career technical education. Students may complete the coursework in any grades seven to twelve. Students who do not earn a fine arts credit in high school can now use fine arts courses successfully completed in grades 7 and 8 to meet high school graduation requirements. Students must talk to their counselors to get more information about this change.

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