2016 – 2017 CSB Trimester 1 Agenda

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Week 1: September 5 – 9

September 5

  1. Labor Day – No School

September 6

  1. Welcome Freshman!

September 7

  1. Welcome Back All Students!
  2. 2nd Years - Choice of computers
  3. Fireside Chat from your personal trainers - Sinks & Rogan
    1. We are CSB - you are a CSBeast! Helmets, years, etc.
    2. Transpophotointernet Contract (due Friday)
    3. CSB Handbook - Bit of a discuss - Parent Night next Wednesday night
      • 1st years in groups to come with top 10 (Letterman style or similar) Think words and images
      • 2nd years - 30 second elevator pitch - what I can do for you - Introduce yourself, brief background, something interesting, skills you are willing to share
      • Will present on Friday
    4. CSB Workplace Banner Photoshoot Info (Photoshoot is tomorrow - dress business professional!)
  4. Login
    • Your login is your legal last name (lowercase) and student ID number. Example: sinks876543
    • Your password is cpstudent number (cp876543)
    • After you login, you should be prompted to change your password.
  5. File Management
  6. SKILLS - Keyboarding
    • Open a New Word Document
    • File > Save As – "keyboarding"
    • NOTE: this same Word doc will be used throughout for all keyboarding exercises
    • Skills - Keyboarding Pretest
  7. CSB Reads
  8. CSB Boot Camp Essay 1Due at the start of class tomorrow – printed out and turned in
    1. Format:
      • Name – first/last
      • Date
      • Bootcamp Essay 1
      • Title of your paper (you get to name it)
      • 12-point font – no curly q's
    2. Using the same kind of thought that Taylor used in writing to her brother on the first day of school (and if you want, same type of format/style), write a 300-500 word letter to one of the following:
        1. Write a letter to yourself for the year - offering advice, suggestions and all around smart things to think about and remember
        2. Write a letter to a younger sibling - offering advice, suggestions and all around smart things to think about and remember
        3. Write a letter to someone you care about deeply - offering advice, suggestions and all around smart things to think about and remember
        4. Write a letter to someone in OR to the class of 2020 - offering advice, suggestions and all around smart things to think about and remember
  9. CSB GOEL Time – Due tomorrow

September 8

  1. Turn in your Boot Camp Essay 1 to the Box in front of Sinks and Rogans desk (name/date/title) & make sure you have your picture posted on our Haiku Padlet
  2. Skills - Keyboarding 1- Open up your Keyboarding document - begin typing the warm-up - if you are under 25 WAM - do the beginner side. Teacher will call keyboarding activities.
  3. Photoshoot Day & CSB Team Picture -
    1. during pshoot - first years work on CSB Handbook (groups of 3/top 10 list of what you think are the most important concepts to understand) - Big Paper / Sharpie / present tomorrow
    2. 2nd years work on 30 second Elevator pitch - presentations tomorrow! - what I can do for you - Introduce yourself, brief background, something interesting, skills you are willing to share
  4. Circle Time
  5. Return of the CSBeast
  6. CSB Boot Camp EssayDue tomorrow
  7. CSB GOEL Time - Dots - Picture w/game board & players on Goel2_Dots Padlet (only need 1 photo uploaded) Due tomorrow

September 9

  1. Turn in you Essay 2 - Common App Essay Prompt - Lesson from Failure
  2. Skills - Keyboarding 2
  3. CSB Presents - First Years - CSB Handbook Top Ten --- Second Years - Elevator Pitch (turn in written copy of what you will be saying prior to getting up in front of class - no writing, no pitching - First years - you have 10 minutes to get ready!
    1. Elevator Pitching Order -
    2. Top Ten Order -
  4. Circle Time
  5. CSB Boot Camp Essay - Essay topic is from Brandeis University in Waltham, MA Due Monday
    • 300 - 500 word requirement - think back door approach!
    • You are required to spend the next year of your life in either the past or the future. What year would you travel to and why?”
  6. CSB GOEL Time - B, L or D - Due Monday
    • Sometime over the weekend between today and Sunday, you are to have either breakfast, lunch or dinner with your parent(s), guardian(s) or loved one(s).
    • At the B, L or D you are to discuss your first week in CSB > thoughts, hopes, criticisms, feelings, etc.
    • At the B, L or D you need to take a photo of you with your parent(s), guardian(s) or loved one(s). to be posted on our GOEL3_BLD Padlet
    • When you are creating your note, in the area that reads title - type your name
      • In the area that reads write something:
      • Tell us who you were with
      • Discuss the most interesting part of the conversation (in regard to your first week in the CSB).
      • Also include a picture of all y'all.
         

Week 2: September 12 – 16

September 12

  1. Turn in you Essay 3 - Past or Future - have you been updating the padlet? Haiku - Dots - BLD
  2. Skills - Keyboarding 3
  3. CSB Design - Top 10 - Photoshop Team Test - CSB Handbook
  4. CSBeast Team Picture
  5. CSB Presents - Matt - Tristen - 30 seconds
  6. CSB Theater - TED-ED - Everyday Leadership by Drew Dudley - Note card notes - jot down important concepts/ideas
  7. CSB GOEL Time - Take pic of the Sunset (7:25) or the Moon on post on Padlet
  8. CSB Boot Camp - Tonight's Homework - Due at the start of class tomorrow
    • Essay 4- 300-500 words - based on TED-ED - Everyday Leadership
    • What is your everyday leadership?
    • Use a quote to start your document (and that relates to your writing) similar to how Drew Dudley did with "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us." Marianne Williamson

September 13

  1. Turn in you Essay 4 - Leadership/Lollipop Moment - have you been updating the padlet? Haiku - Dots - BLD - Sunset
  2. Skills - Keyboarding 4
  3. CSB Design
    1. Top 10 - Photoshop Team Test - CSB Handbook - please send in your finished jpeg for grading/printing
    2. Banner Time - Professional Player Card Banner
  4. CSB Boot Camp Essay - Wake Forest University - Essay 5
    • “Some say social media is superficial, with no room for expressing deep or complex ideas. We challenge you to defy these skeptics by describing yourself as fully and accurately as possible in the 140-character limit of a tweet.”
  5. CSB GOEL Time - Song

September 14

  1. Turn in you Essay 5 - 140 Characters- have you been updating the padlet?
  2. BIS Parent Night - 6:00 to 8:00 - come join us!
  3. Skills - Keyboarding 5
  4. CSB Design
    1. Top 10 - Photoshop Team Test - CSB Handbook - please email in your finished jpeg for grading/printing - Rogan/Sinks need these bad boys
    2. Banner Time - Professional Player Card Banner
  5. CSB Boot Camp Essay - Common Application - Essay 6
    • Describe a problem you've solved or a problem you'd like to solve. It can be an intellectual challenge, a research query, an ethical dilemma - anything that is of personal importance, no matter the scale. Explain its significance to you and what steps you took or could be taken to identify a solution.
  6. CSB GOEL Time - Childhood

September 15

  1. Turn in you Essay 6 - Problem Solving - have you been updating the padlet?
  2. Skills - Keyboarding 6
  3. CSB Design
    1. Banner Time - Professional Player Card Banner
    2. Begin Worklinks
  4. Two Word Statements of Self
  5. CSB Boot Camp Essay - Southern Oregon University Honors College - Essay 7
    • How do you define success? At what point will you consider yourself successful and what is the role of education in making you a successful person? If you could design your own educational path to success, what would be its structure and key elements?
  6. CSB GOEL Time - Who are you?

September 16

  1. Turn in you Essay 7 - Defining Success - have you been updating the padlet?
  2. Skills - Keyboarding 7
  3. CSB Reads - Intro to Freakonomics?
  4. Open Lab:
    1. Boot Camp Essay #1: Letter of Advice – Audio Feedback
      • Go to: p/handouts/CSB/2016-2017/audioFeedback/bootCamp1DearFutureSelf
      • As you listen to audio of your writing, use pen/pencil/highlighter to mark areas that could use some editing/improvement
      • You may edit/add for a better grade – staple new copy on top of old copy, re-submit
    2. Banner Time - Professional Player Card Banner
    3. Worklinks
    4. Boot Camp Essays
  5. CSB Boot Camp Essay - University of Oregon - Clark Honors College - Essay 8
    • F. Scott Fitzgerald said that "the test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function." Explore a situation or experience in which you had to think about two ideas in contradiction with each other. How did you think through the conflict? Were you able to resolve the tension between ideas?
  6. CSB GOEL TimeLet's get Physical – throwback to the 80's Olivia Newton John
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Week 3: September 19 – 23

September 19

  1. Turn in you Essay 8 - Contradiction - have you been updating the padlet? Make sure you have all 8 padlets!
  2. CSB Reads
    1. Freakonomics - Prereading Note Card
    2. Freakonomics (books due Oct. 12) - pick up from Library
    3. Silent Reading - - Read from the start of the book, through the introduction and up though page 22 (graded, we will explain)
      • Homework - Tonight, read though end of chapter 1
  1. Profile -- put your best one on Padlet!

September 20

  1. Skills - Keyboarding 8
  2. Remember to sign up for Writing 121!
  3. CSB Reads - Freak Groups & Chapter 1
  4. CSB Careers - Profile -- is your best one on Padlet?
  5. Worklinks - Using the teams from the Photoshop Test - 2nd and 1st years work together to ensure worklinks completion and linking success. - show Sinks and Rogan
    1. Link up:
      1. Keyboarding - in comments area put in your WAM (words a minute)
      2. Have your banner image in the top of your worklinks
      3. Hyperlink to all the padlets (shown above)
      4. Link to the Handbook Top 10 image
      5. Link your essays up - Letter to - Failure - Past or Future - Leadership/Lollipop - 140 Characters - Problem Solving - Defining Success - Contradiction

September 21

  1. Skills - Keyboarding 9
  2. CSB Reads - Freak Groups & Chapter 1 - each group>print out your answers and give to Rogan - then Freak Groups Discussion
  3. CSB Careers - Resume Formatting - Discuss - and then Resume
  4. Return of the CSBeast Shared Spreadsheet
  5. CSB Reads - Free Reading Chapter 2 - last 15 minutes

September 22

  1. Skills - Keyboarding 10
  2. College Fair Registration - Click on the state of Oregon > then attending the 3rd listed Association PNACAC 10/4 @ Southern Oregon University > Register Now
  3. CSB Careers - Resume Formatting - Discuss - and then Resume
  4. Return of the CSBeast Shared Spreadsheet - go over
  5. CSB Reads - Free Reading Chapter 2/3 - last 15 minutes - Quiz on chapters 1 and 2 tomorrow

September 23

  1. Skills - Keyboarding 11
  2. CSB Reads - Quiz 1 - Freakonomics Chapters 1 and 2
  3. Read chapters 3 & 4 over the weekend
  4. Open Lab - Due:
    1. Any missing essays, padlets, transpo contracts
    2. Banner
    3. Worklinks
    4. Resume
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Week 4: September 26 – 30

September 26

  1. Skills - Keyboarding 12
  2. Community 101 Survey - please take
  3. CSB College - Have you registered for Writing 121 (if you are interested)
  4. CSB DESIGN - Powder Puff Logo - Mastering the Pen tool - a sweet link from Olivia Ryerson & PSU
  5. CSB Careers
    1. Common Interview Questions - TMAY
  6. CSB Reads - free reading #3 - last 15 minutes

September 27

DECA Bootcamp after school tomorrow- Come join us and find out what DECA is all about! Have fun & meet new people

  1. Skills - Keyboarding 13
  2. CSB DESIGN - Powder Puff Logo - finish and email in link to image - fast does not necessarily mean good.
  3. CSB Reads - Freak Groups & Chapter 3 and 4 - Socratic edition
  4. CSB Careers -
    1. Print out your resume - Missing tons - especially first years
    2. Common Interview Questions - time to finish the assignment
      1. 2nd Year Interview Teams - Get a Manila folder - you will need to create signage for your table
        • Get together and discuss Common Int Q - what questions will you ask
        • Go through First years Resumes - mark and grade - dbaj
          • Any first year missing a Resume - find that person and get an update
  5. Homework due Tomorrow - Careers - Mirror Time - TMAY - both 1st and 2nd Years
    While looking in a mirror at your home, in your car, out of your purse or pocket - you will ask and then answer the #1 question asked at all interviews - "Tell me about yourself..."
      • Answer the question as if you are in an interview - do not read from a script - you should be prepared - look into your eyes in the mirror - speak with confidence!
        • Do it once - critique yourself
        • Do it again - critique yourself...and now have someone you love watch you and give feedback
        • Do it again - critique yourself..and have someone you love record it on video
      • Send Rogan and Sinks an email (Subject:TMAY_Last Name) with your video and a short evaluation/reflection of how you did - being specific.
        • Also include in your reflection the following - question, would you hire you? Why or why not?

September 28

  1. DECA Boot Camp
  2. Are you enrolled for WR121 w/RCC?
  3. Skills - Keyboarding 14
  4. CSB Reads - Freak Groups & Chapter 3 and 4 - Socratic edition
  5. CSB Careers -
    1. Print out your resume - Missing tons - especially first years
    2. Common Interview Questions - time to finish the assignment
  6. Homework due Tomorrow - Careers - Mirror Time - TMAY - both 1st and 2nd Years
    While looking in a mirror at your home, in your car, out of your purse or pocket - you will ask and then answer the #1 question asked at all interviews - "Tell me about yourself..."
      • Answer the question as if you are in an interview - do not read from a script - you should be prepared - look into your eyes in the mirror - speak with confidence!
        • Do it once - critique yourself
        • Do it again - critique yourself...and now have someone you love watch you and give feedback
        • Do it again - critique yourself..and have someone you love record it on video
      • Send Rogan and Sinks an email (Subject:TMAY_Last Name) with your video and a short evaluation/reflection of how you did - being specific.
        • Also include in your reflection the following - question, would you hire you? Why or why not?
      • Missing soooooo many

September 29

  1. CSB Reads - Freak Groups & Chapter 3 and 4 - Socratic edition
  2. CSB Careers - Mirror Time - TMAY - Missing 60 of your vids ;(
  3. CSB Design - Powder Puff Logo - please email in to Rogan and Sinks - missing tons
  4. CSB Reads -
    1. Reading homework tonight - Chapter 5

September 30

  1. Skills - Keyboarding 15
  2. CSB College - Fill out College/Career Path form for Rogan (as a counselor)
  3. CSB Reads - Freak Groups & Chapter 3 and 4 - Socratic edition - last group
  4. CSB Careers -
    • Interview Schedule - 1st years - you need to print out and turn your resume in to the first group you are listed under - 2nd years - get a manila folder from Rogan to collect > grade as a group during open lab >turn back in to Rogan in your manila folder - missing one? track the 1st year down
    • Cover Letter
  5. OPEN Lab:
  6. CSB Reads - Quiz on chaps 3,4 and 5 on Monday
    1. Reading homework for the weekend - Chapter 6 - We will also read the Epilogue and all of Bonus Matter
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Week 5: October 3 – 7

October 3

  1. Study Skills - go through Chapters 3,4 and 5 and refresh your brain
  2. CSB Reads -
    1. Quia Quiz on Chapters 3 and 4 and 5 (36 questions multiple choice)
  3. Powder Puff Logo 2016
    http://www.quia.com/sv/757172.html
  4. CSB Careers - Interview Schedule
  5. CSB Reads - Free Reading - last 15 - finish Chap 6 - Epilogue and all of Bonus Matter
    • Read Tonight for 20 minutes

October 4

  1. College Fair in morning chat about in afternoon - thoughts about different schools, what is a WEU school and what does that mean?
  2. Survey: Powder Puff Logo 2016
    http://www.quia.com/sv/757172.html (updated - those that are repeated advanced due to scores)
  3. CSB Careers - Interview Schedule

October 5

  1. Skills - Keyboarding 16
  2. Key Announcements
    1. Senior Meeting with Herf Jones Friday at noon (re Graduation stuff)
    2. DECA meeting Friday at Lunch (for those of you that are not seniors, obviously)
    3. Powder Puff needs more players - only 2 juniors and 5 seniors have signed up so far
    4. College Night is next Wednesday from 6 - 8 in here
    5. Interviews tomorrow and Friday - Are you Ready?
  3. CSB Careers - The Rick - Job Interview - Applicant Evaluation - KS - TR
    • 1st years -
      • print off your resume 4 times to have ready for your interviews tomorrow
      • finish up your Job Research so you are prepared
      • finish up and turn in your Cover Letter
      • If you haven't turned in the Mirror Time - TMAY from last Wednesday - tonight would be a totally opportune time to get this done (and would be helpful for your interview tomorrow)
    • 2nd years -
      • clean up Craft's room and get prepped for tomorrows interviews(wipe down, sweep, etc)
      • think about how we will have tables set up up (what companies will be where. 1's should all be together and 2s should all be together - need to set up two tables in addition to what it there
      • Create signage for your group - Rogan can print in color (8.5 by 11)
      • set up a bullpen for the 1st years
      • make sure your questions are ready and your

October 6

  1. Homecoming Court Nominations
  2. CSB Careers - Interview Day 1 - Applicant Evaluation
  3. Independent Work Day 1- required for ALL 1st years - If you are interviewing today please make sure you do the Pre Interview Reflection before your interview and Post Interview Reflection after!

October 7

  1. CSB Careers - - Interview Day 2 - Applicant Evaluation
  2. Independent Work Day 1- required for ALL 1st years - If you are interviewing today please make sure you do the Pre Interview Reflection before your interview and Post Interview Reflection after!
  3. Interview Evaluation with 2nd Years during 5th period
  4. CSB Reads - We will have our Final on Monday on Freakonomics - Make sure you finish the book this weekend
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Week 6: October 10 – 14

October 10

  1. Homecoming Finalist Voting – secret word is hopefightwin
  2. CSB Careers -
    • Interview Feedback to all - what was great? Who were top performers?What could we do better?
    • 2nd Year Evaluation (PDF) - 2nd Year Eval (doc)- 2nd Years only - email to both of us - please get this done today
    • Thank you letter
  3. CSB Design - Yearbook Cover
  4. CSB Reads - Final Exam

October 11

  1. Homecoming Finalist Voting – secret word is hopefightwin
  2. Skills - Keyboarding 17
  3. CSB Reads - Final Exam
  4. CSB Careers - Thank you letter
  5. CSB Design - Yearbook Cover
  6. Tomorrow we will be taking a Gallup Poll Survey on the following topics - this is information that we feel is valuable to our school and school district and is supported by our Admin across the district - the following four areas are what they will be measuring.
    • Engagement: The involvement in and enthusiasm for school. Engaged students are excited about what’s happening at their school and what they’re learning. Engaged students contribute to the learning environment, and they are psychologically committed to their school.
    • Hope: The ideas and energy students have for the future. Hope has been linked to student success in school. Hopeful students are positive about the future, goal-oriented and can overcome obstacles in the learning process, enabling them to navigate a pathway to achieve their goals.
    • Entrepreneurial Aspiration: The talent and energy for building businesses that survive, thrive and employ others. By identifying and nurturing students’ innate entrepreneurial talent, educators can empower the next generation of innovators to spur and sustain long-term economic energy.
    • Career/Financial Literacy: The information, attitudes and behaviors that students need to practice for healthy participation in the economy. Wise economic choices can contribute to a thriving life.

October 12

College Night tonight - 6:00 to 8:00

Congratulations to Drake Souza on the Winning PPuff Logo

  1. Skills - Keyboarding 22
  2. Gallup Survey on Engagement, Hope, Entrepreneurial Aspiration, Career/Financial Literacy
  3. Homecoming Week update - Volleyball Madness....
  4. CSB Reads - Turn in Freakonomics to Library at break
  5. CSB Design - Homecoming Visibility 1 - Spirit Week and Activities
  6. CSB Design - Yearbook Cover
  7. CSB Careers - Thank you letter

October 13

  1. Skills - Keyboarding Posttest
  2. CSB Design - Homecoming Visibility 2 - Volleyball Madness and Powder Puff
  3. CSB Careers - Midterm
  4. Homecoming 2016 Shirt Design

October 14

DECA practice 11:00 to 12:30 - Tech Center

  1. State Inservice Day – No School
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Week 7: October 17 – 21

October 17

Homecoming Week Activity - Volleyball Madness - bring a can a food and play some VB!

  1. Homecoming Court Finalist Voting - Secret Word: hopefightwin
    • Contest Rules
      1. Students must enter their FIRST and LAST name – entries with only one name will be VOIDED
      2. Students may only vote ONE time – ALL duplicate entries will be VOIDED
      3. Entries with FALSE NAMES will be VOIDED
  2. CSB Design - Homecoming Visibility 4 - PINK NATION T shirt sale - do this first
  3. CSB Design - Homecoming Visibility 3 - Powder Puff Program - do this second - let us know who your partner is

October 18

Twins Day - remember to vote for Homecoming Court - Senior night at Girl's Soccer - VB Game

BIS College Trip to U of O and OSU is taking sign ups now. Get forms at the front of the BIS Office - $50 - tour both campuses, attend info sessions - cheer at a PAC 12 volleyball game - have a q and a with BIS alum. Nov. 9 and 10th - don't miss out!

  1. CSB Design - Homecoming Visibility 3 - Powder Puff Program (need today for sure)
  2. CSB Design - Homecoming Visibility 5 - Disney Day
  3. Internships -
    1. 24 years of Awesomeness - Information about our Internship program
    2. Timesheet - Liability Form - Contract
    3. Internship Quest - We will be using this info in a visual assignment upcoming - critical to finish completely (for both intenship purposes and our design idea)

October 19

Homecoming Week Activity - Powder Puff games start at 7:00

Blast from Past

  1. CSB Design - Homecoming Visibility 5 - WEAR PINK ------ PINK OUT
  2. Internships - Want this done today por favor!!!!!
    1. 24 years of Awesomeness - Information about our Internship program
    2. Timesheet - Liability Form - Contract
    3. Internship Quest - We will be using this info in a visual assignment upcoming - critical to finish completely (for both intenship purposes and our design idea)

October 20

Disney Day

  1. CSB Design - Homecoming Visibility 6 - Dance
  2. CSB Design - Yearbook Cover
  3. CSB Careers - Thank you letter - missing tons

October 21

Crater Day - Pink Out

  1. Homecoming
  2. CSB Reads - Intro to Outliers
    • Notecard Front -- What is an Outlier? (write or draw)
    • Notecard Back -- Paragraph -- what are the qualities and/or conditions to be a "success"?
  3. Crater Foundation Marketing Poster
  4. Yearbook Cover Due Monday
  5. Open Lab
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Week 8: October 24 – 28

October 24

DECA Districts at OIT tomorrow!!

  1. CSB Reads - Outliers (books due Nov. 23) - Go to library to Check out books (return Freak if you haven't)
  2. Open Lab
    1. Crater Foundation Marketing Poster
    2. Yearbook Cover Due Monday
  3. CSB ReadsOutliers
    • Introduction to book and notetaking w/Sinker
    • Silent Reading with Notetaking
      1. Keywords
      2. Essential Ideas – 1 – 4 word phrases
        • Quotes to show what the essential idea means
      3. You may draw. You may write. You must do!
    • Homework - read Chapter 1: The Matthew Effect (scrub to 14:15 for Ch. 1) - take notes (will be scanned in tomorrow)

October 25

  1. Fill out My College Options Survey
  2. CSB Reads Outliers
  3. Missing work - get it in

October 26

  1. Parent/Teacher Conferences - 8:30 to 6:30

October 27

  1. Parent/Teacher Conferences - 8:30 to 6:30

October 28

  1. Teacher Conferences - 8:30 - 11:30
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Week 9: October 31 – November 4

October 31

Assembly Schedule

Don't forget to sign up for the College Trip - closes tomorrow!

  1. Fill out My College Options Survey if you have not
  2. Yearbook Cover Design Contest – Vote – secret word is "sixtysix"
  3. Internships start tomorrow
  4. CSB Reads Outliers
  5. CSB Designs - The D6 Challenge

November 1

FAFSA Night Tomorrow Night

  1. Internship Day - Day One
  2. Internship Make Up 1 (if you do not have an internship set up) - Through completion of the following listed assignments, this is how you get your 5 points today. Failure to complete this entire assignment will result in a low grade.
    1. imu#1 - Making the Killer Call (2 pts) -
    2. imu#2 - Intership email to Rogan and Sinks (1 pt)
      • Subject: Internship Focus- whatever it takes - get it done to find one - communicate to us in an email what you are doing to get it done.
    1. imu#3 - Online Reading - Getting an Internship (2 pts)
        • Find an article online about how to go about getting an Internship (find an article that is about how a high school student can get an internship is preferred - if you search "high school student + getting internship" you will find many! Pick one that you are interested in and that can help you)
          • Copy/Paste/Read/Highlight/Margin Note and Hyperlink the Article title in a Word doc saved as getting_internship in your CSB Tri1 folder (also link up)
            • after your reading - in the same Word document - do the following:
            • Write a summation of the article - min. 1 paragraph
            • Write an opinion of the article -min. 1 paragraph
            • Save this on your worklinks page as getting_internship
          • Email in the following to Rogan and Sinks - Subject: Internship Focus
            • Body of email - info from imu#2
            • Attach - kcall
            • Attached - getting_internship

November 2

FAFSA Night

  1. Fill out My College Options Survey if you have not
  2. Yearbook Cover Design Contest – Vote – secret word is "sixtysix"
  3. CSB Reads Outliers
  4. CSB Designs - The D6 Challenge

November 3

College Trip Meeting at Lunch tomorrow - OSU - U of O

  1. CSB Reads Outliers
  2. CSB Designs - The D6 Challenge - Last day is tomorrow

November 4

  1. CSB Reads Outliers - Discuss Chapter 5
  2. TTPTST - Bliss
  3. CSB Designs - The D6 Challenge - Last day is tomorrow
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Week 10: November 7 – 11

November 7

  1. Yearbook Cover Voting - The Finalists - Secret word: “sixtysix”
    • Contest Voting Rules
      • Enter your FIRST and LAST name.
      • Entries with only ONE name will NOT COUNT
      • Entries with a FALSE name will NOT COUNT
      • All DUPLICATE entries will NOT COUNT
  2. Congrats to our incredible Cross Country and Speech and Debate Teams!
  3. Government - The Electoral College
    1. Note Card - Side 1 - Name - Answer the following questions pre quiz and pre-reading - want to get an idea of what people know.
      1. What is the electoral college?
      2. How many electoral votes does Oregon have?
      3. What state has the most electoral votes?
      4. Why are all votes meaningful under the electoral college system?
      5. How many electoral votes are necessary to elect the president?
      6. Record your score from the Electoral College Quiz on your note card
      7. Side 2 - Your vote for the presidency and one sentence why you chose this individual (please remember we are in a school environment and to be appropriate - use this as a forum for thoughful response)
    2. Electoral College Quiz - take this quiz
    3. How the Electoral College Works? Electoral College Info (after the quiz - fill in the correct info on your note card)
      1. Voting for BIS Mock Election - Vote tomorrow morning or at lunch in the BIS Lobby
      2. Wear Red, White and Blue tomorrow to receive a BIS point (sign in!)
  4. CSB Reads Outliers -

November 8

  1. Internship Day - Day Two
  2. Internship Make Up 2

November 9

College Trip - OSU - U of O

  1. CSB Reads Outliers
  2. Missing many D6 Challenges

November 10

College Trip - OSU - U of O

  1. CSB Reads Outliers -

November 11

  1. Veteran's Day – No School
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Week 11: November 14 – 18

November 14

Late Night Lab Next Monday - 4 to 8

  1. Skills: Critical Reading in Quia – 15 min. max
  2. CSB Reads Outliers - Last week!!
  3. Free Reading: Outliers - Chapter 9 - Graded - 15 minutes

November 15

  1. Internship and Intern Make-up 3

November 16

  1. CSB Reads Outliers - Last week!!

November 17

  1. Skills: Critical Reading in Quia – 15 min. max
  2. CSB Reads Outliers - Last week!!

November 18

  1. Skills: Critical Reading in Quia – 15 min. max
  2. Potluck Sign Up
  3. CSB Reads Outliers - Last week!!

Week 12: November 21 – 25

November 21

Late Night Lab - 4:00 to 8:00

  1. Skills: Critical Reading in Quia – 15 min. max
  2. CSB Reads Outliers
  3. CSB Reads Outliers

November 22

  1. Internship #4
  2. Internship Make-up 4

November 23

  1. 2-Hour Early Release
  2. Potluck?
  3. CSB Reads OutliersTurn in books

November 24

  1. Thanksgiving Holiday – No School

November 25

  1. Thanksgiving Holiday – No School
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Week 13: November 28 – December 2

November 28

  1. Skills: Critical Reading in Quia – 15 min. max
  2. Discuss - End of term - book choice - taking care of lab
  3. College/Service/Work - 5 W's and H of my future - Put your name on it - title it - print it out and give to Rogan
    1. Who - do I want to represent?
    2. What - is the college/service/work that you are interested in? is the area of study/work you see yourself doing? are some of the requirements to get into this college/service/work?
    3. Where - is the college/service/work located? will you live over the next four years?
    4. When - do you need to finish applications/take certain tests/etc? do gather the necessary skills to marticulate/lead/work?
    5. Why - does this college/service/work interest you? did you make this choice
    6. How - does one get into this school/service/work (process)?
  4. CSB Reads Outliers – If you have not done so yet, Turn in your book

November 29

  1. Internship #5
  2. Internship Make-up 5

November 30

  1. Wishes for BIS Assembly - all fill out and turn in to box
  2. Missing College/Service/Work - 5 W's and H of my future - Put your name on it - title it - print it out and give to Rogan - K Bailey, Binkley, Bosworth, Chisholm, Espino, Fiene, Gladman, Godard, Hamilton, Hascup, Haynes, J Idiart, James, Kilgore, Lamothe, Lapham, Lewellyn, Lounsbury, Millimaki, Mohr (your turned in the Careers one - not assigned yet), Nottingham, Payne, Rackley, Silverman, Troutman, Widlund
  3. CSB Reads Outliers – If you have not done so yet, Turn in your book
  4. Missing internship forms? assignments? quizzes? Get em in! Time is running out. Print Cover Letters, email internship make-ups, email in missing graphic assignments, use the assignment name in the subject line

December 1

End of Trimester 1

  1. Missing College/Service/Work - 5 W's and H of my future - Put your name on it - title it - print it out and give to Rogan - Binkley, Bosworth, Espino, Fiene, Gladman, Godard, Hascup, Haynes, J Idiart, James, Kilgore, Lamothe, Lapham, Lounsbury, Millimaki, Mohr (your turned in the Careers one - not assigned yet), Payne, Rackley, Silverman, Widlund
  2. AWEPA+ - AWEPA+ as an editable Word doc.
  3. CSB Reads Outliers - all

December 2

  1. Teacher Inservice – No School - Grading day
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