High School Schedule: Meeting Notes and Other Documents

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To support student learning in our high schools and increase operational efficiency, 4J is working to align schedules at all high schools.

Overview

 

Schedule Information

The New 3x5 Schedule: What's In It For Students?  
Churchill  |  North Eugene  |  Sheldon  |  South Eugene
 (April 10, 2013)

3x5 Schedule Study: "The Structure of Time: How Trimester Schedules Impact Teaching and Learning in the Jefferson County Public Schools of Louisville, Kentucky" 
by Meredith L. Foster, Stephen M. Fry, and Christian L. Sawyer, Peabody College at Vanderbilt University (discussed in Spring 2013) 

 

Advantages of Recommended Schedule: 3x5 (handout from board meeting April 4, 2012, after work group recommended 3x5 schedule)

Schedule Comparison (handout from community forum March 5, 2012, when work group was still considering both 3x5 and 4x4 schedule)

Sample Schedules: Many parents and students asked to see examples of what a student's schedule might look like over the four years of high school. These sample schedules show some possibilities under a 3x5 or 4x4 block schedule. These are meant to be examples only; every student has different academic needs and interests and will be scheduled accordingly. (handout from March 8, 2012)
Sample Schedules – 3x5 Schedule  
Sample Schedules – 4x4 Schedule   

 

Staff Presentation About Common Schedule

Video of Staff Presentation

Slideshow of Staff Presentation 

 

Public Forum and Survey Responses 

Chart Notes from Community & Staff Forums

Survey Responses: 
Without Comments  
With Comments (133 pages)

 

Additional Information

Principals' Rationale for Common Schedule 

Superintendent's Message About Common Schedule

Research on High School Schedules: A few participants at the public forums asked for examples of research about high school schedules. These two publications by The LAB, a federally supported educational laboratory at Brown University, summarize and reference some of the research on block schedules like the ones under consideration. 
Block Scheduling: Innovations With Time  
Advantages of Block Scheduling  

 

Work Group Meeting Notes

Jan. 26, 2012
Main Points From 01/26/12 Meeting

Feb. 6, 2012
Meeting Summary 02/06/12  
Main Points From 02/06/12 Meeting

Feb. 13, 2012
Meeting Summary 02/13/12  
Main Points From 02/13/12 Meeting

Feb. 21, 2012
Meeting Summary 02/21/12  
Meeting Summary Attachments 02/21/12  
Main Points From 02/21/12 Meeting

Feb. 23, 2012
Meeting Summary 02/23/12  
Main Points from 02/23/12 Meeting

Feb. 29, 2012
Main Points from 02/29/12 Meeting

March 12, 2012
Main Points from 03/12/12 Meeting

March 14, 2012
Main Points from 03/14/12 Meeting