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Exam Preparation
Service Learning and Professional Leadership Development Students will complete reflections and community service requirements.
Senior Exams: May 23-May 27
Underclassmen: May 27-June 2
Professional Leadership Development and Service Learning April and May
SERVICE LEARNING and PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP MONTHS OF April and May
Objective: The students will serve the school and community.
Activities:
FBLA Meeting: April 21 and May 12 in the Multipurpose Room.
Agenda
Minutes
Speaker
Sign-in
Refreshments

Red Cross Blood Drive on Friday, April 22! Donor Signups in Cafeteria.
BAA-America Level
Service
Reflections
High Five Fridays
National Leadership Conference Preparation

Community Service Project-The WORKFORCE Project

On-Going Assessment: Did you perform your best? Have you served your community and school through Project HELLO and The WORKFORCE Project?
Demonstrate employment skills
Develop personal awareness
Identify Leadership and group dynamics
Demonstrate effective communication skills
Identify goals
Manage time and resources
Plan meetings
Demonstrate citizenship and community service
Prepare to enter the workforce, participate in competitive events
EQ: What have you done for your school and community? What level of BAA are you working on? What BAA levels have you completed? What committee are you working on? What committee are you the chair?
Bellringer: Reflections
Activities: Plan, Discuss, put into action, prepare for competitive even tests and presentations, community service Project WorkForce; American Enterprice Project HELLO
Professional Leadership Development Janaury-February
Professional Leadership and Service Learning

January and February


OBJECTIVES (B-K0
The student will:
Demonstrate employment skills
Develop personal awareness
Identify Leadership and group dynamics
Demonstrate effective communication skills
Identify goals
Manage time and resources
Plan meetings
Demonstrate citizenship and community service
Prepare to enter the workforce, participate in competitive events
EQ: What have you done for your school and community? What level of BAA are you working on? What BAA levels have you completed? What committee are you working on? What committee are you the chair?
Bellringer: Reflections
Activities: Plan, Discuss, put into action, prepare for competitive even tests and presentations, community service Project WorkForce; American Enterprice Project HELLO
District Competition Lexington Technology Center January 30 and Site Test Westwood High January 11
Written Tests-January 22 and January 25 during 4th period guidance monitoring
State Officer Meeting January 23
January 2016
SERVICE LEARNING MONTHS OF December-January

Objective: The students will serve the school and community.
Activities:
January 14, Multipurpose Room, 3:30 p.m. District Competition Mandatory attendance, ChickfilA
Agenda
Minutes
Sign-in
Refreshments
FBLA Membership Drive
District Competition Lexington Technology Center January 30 and Site Test Westwood High January 11
Written Tests-January 20-26
State Officer Meeting

Community Service Project

On-Going Assessment: Did you perform your best?
Professional Leadership October-December
SERVICE LEARNING MONTHS OF OCTOBER-DECEMBER

Objective: The students will serve the school and community.
Activities:
Organize Notebooks
Business Cards for Teachers, Administration, Guidance
Workshops for Fall Rally: State Officers assisted by Service Learning
FBLA Meeting: October 9, November 13, DECEMBER 10
Agenda
Minutes
Powerpoint
Speaker
Sign-in
Refreshments
FBLA Membership Drive
Tribute 9/11 for Public Safety and Their November Meeting
Bullying Presentations in January
National Leadership Conference Charleston, SC
Spooky to be Hungry
5K Run
Tour of Homes at NAHS
The Crucial Catch for Breast Cancer Awareness
Teacher Gifts for Christmas
FBLA Bring New Books for Christmas Child
FBLA Register for District Competition
Etiquette at a Luncheon Interview
BAA
Reflections


Professional Leadership and Development August-October
Week #2-6 Prefessonal Leadership Development (Service Learning) edit delete
(Displays 8/24/2014)
PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT (SERVICE LEARNING) MONTHS OF AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER

Business Attire Day, Tuesday, That Precedes Interims, September 15
FBLA Meeting, Thursday, August 27
and September 10

Objective: The students will serve the school and community. 10 hours of community service and write 10 reflections per nine weeks.
Activities:
New Teacher Bags
Teacher Recognition
Business Cards for Teachers, Administration, Guidance
Workshops for Fall Rally: BAA, ICE, ICE BABY, Maximize Membership, 9/11 and Veterans
BAA
FBLA Meeting: August 27, Multipurpose Room
Agenda
Minutes
Speaker: SHEPEARD BLOOD CENTER
Sign-in
Refreshments
FBLA Meeting September 10, Multi-Purpose Room, 3:30 p.m.
FBLA Membership Drive
Election of Officers
Tribute 9/11
Reading Readiness Labeling North Augusta 2000 Office
What's In a Name Presentation.
Assessment and Essential Question: WHAT HAVE I DONE FOR MY SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY?
Week #1
Accounting 1, Essential Communications, Professional Leadership
Date: Week #1

Standards: Safety and Ethics, Employability Skills, Student Organizations
Objectives: Day 1
The student will complete, examine, these forms:
Personal Information
Daily Expectations (Must be returned with signatures)
Flash Drive Policy
Makeup Policy
Class Requirements and Procedures

Objectives: Day 2
The student will turn in the signed expectation form.
Review the opening day class handouts.
View a presentation on Business Attire and examine the benefits of the business attire extra credit opportunity.

Objectives: Day 3 (08.17.11)
The student will create office safety notes based on teacher-led presentation.
Take home student created safety notes to study for test on Wednesday, August 24.

Objectives: Day 4
The student will review office safety using class discussion with teacher-made Prezi.

Objectives: Day 5
Formal Summary Assessment on Safety.
The student will view a presentation on the benefits and opportunities for students when joining FBLA.
Review daily expectations, makeup policy, business attire, extra credit opportunity and course requirements and procedures.

Activities:
Complete with teacher: Information sheet, daily expectations, flash drive policy, makeup policy, course requirements and procedures.
Presentation and discussion on business attire, office safety, and FBLA.

Assessment:
Informal assessment: Review daily topics daily expectations, makeup policy course requirements and procedures.
Formal Assessment on Safety

Assignments:
Return Daily Expectations with signatures.
Study for formal test on Safety
Discussion Topics
Homework
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