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Re: Block Scheduling-Ann Delaney

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Mike Delaney (edelaney)
Wed, 21 Jan 1998 07:11:59 -0500


That is almost like our scheduling,except we have all classes on Monday.
We see all our students three times a week. We have a Student resource
time at the end of the day on T and TH. We have 15oo Students. We also
have our academics in two levels called Tech Prep and college bound. My
class is labeled Tech Prep and students from all ages take it. ( From MH
with a peer tutor to Academic to EH Students) .
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> From: JConley957 <JConley957>
> To: wilbur; artsednet.edu
> Subject: Re: Block Scheduling-Jay Conley
> Date: Tuesday, January 20, 1998 7:32 AM
>
> For those interested in block scheduling, our block schedule is as
> follows.....
>
> We have 4 blocks a day, and 2 different days. (we call them red days and
white
> days -our school colors) the days rotate (one week we'll have 3 red days
and
> two white, the next week we have 3 white and 2 red). Our time is broken
down
> as follows.....
>
> White 1 / Red 1 ..................7:35 am - 9:00
> White 2 / Red 2 ..................9:10 - 10:54 (this period is longer
for
> channel 1 & anouncements)
>
> Lunch.................................10:54-11:34
>
> White 3 / Red 3 ...................11:34-1:04
> White 4 / Red 4 ....................1:14-2:40
>
> We have a 10 minute passing period between classes (our school is 2
seperate
> buildings and has approx 1200 students)
>
> It seems to work pretty well with around 90 minutes for classes and 8
> different classes. We actually only teach 6 since our contract calls for
a
> daily planning period. (It's great having 90 minutes a day to organize!)
> Teachers are required to be at work at 7:30 and may leave at 3:00 .
>
> If you have any questions, please drop me a note.
>
> Jay Conley
> Brighton High School
> Brighton, Colorado