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This policy on career advising is reviewed at least once every two years and made available to students, parents, guardians and custodians, local post-secondary institutions and district residents. The policy is posted in a prominent location on the district’s website.
The district’s plan for career advising includes, providing:
Grade-level examples that link students’ schoolwork to one or more career fields by implementing the Career Connections Learning Strategies offered by the Ohio Department of Education.
advising to students in grades 11-12, which includes meeting with each student
at least once annually to discuss academic and career pathway opportunities.
interventions and career advising for students who are identified as at risk of
dropping out of school. These include:
students who are at risk of dropping out of school using a local, research-based
method with input from teachers, school counselors and other appropriate school
Developing a Student Success Plan for each at-risk student that addresses both the student’s academic and career pathway to successful graduation and the role of career-technical education, competency-based education and experiential learning, when appropriate.
i. Before a district develops a pupil’s Student Success Plan, district staff will invite the student’s parent, guardian or custodian to assist. If that adult does not participate in the plan development, the district will provide the adult a copy of the plan, a statement of the importance of a high school diploma and a listing of the pathways to graduation available to the student.
for employees on how to advise students on career pathways, including use of
the tools available in OhioMeansJobs
and other online sources provided by the district.
academic and career pathways through high school that students may choose to
earn a high school diploma, including opportunities to earn industry-recognized
credentials and postsecondary course credit through College Credit Plus.
Information on courses that can award students both traditional academic and career-technical credit including, but not limited to, the District’s policy on credit flexibility and instructions for students to access the educational option.
Documentation on career advising for each student and student’s parent, guardian or custodian to review, as well as schools that the student may attend in the future. These include activities that support the student’s academic, career and social/emotional development.
8. The supports necessary
for students to successfully transition from high school to their postsecondary
destinations, including interventions and services necessary for students who
need remediation in mathematics and English language arts.