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ROP Registration Process

REGISTRATION STEPS:

#1 - PICK UP (ENROLLMENT CARD/SCHEDULE) FROM THE CAREER CENTER M101

OR

#2 - PICK UP (ENROLLMENT CARD/SCHEDULE) FROM THE MAIN OFFICE

  • FILL OUT THE ENROLLMENT CARD
  • PARENTS SIGNATURE REQUIRED
  • THERE ARE 2 PLACES TO DROP OFF ENROLLMENT CARD
    • CAREER CENTER M101
    • MAIN OFFICE IN THE WOODEN DROP OFF BOX (DOWN STAIRS)

ROP Class Schedule:

Fall 2017: Aug 8 2017 SCH Update.pdf

 

Enrollment Card: Pdf ROP Enrollment Card.pdf

 

BVROP's MISSION AND VISION

BVROP MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission is consistently high-quality, rigorous

and relevant Career Technical Education

that equips students for their future.

BVROP VISION STATEMENT

We believe we must inspire lifelong learning,

empower our students to make informed career decisions,

offer viable opportunities,

and prepare students for enduring and emerging careers.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

 

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Spring 2018 ROP/ CTE Class Registration is OPEN

Spring Registration 2018 is Open

Select Class From List Below 

Fill Out Registration Card

Turn Into the Career Center M-101

Follow Directions Under "Steps to Register"

 

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Register For Student Academey College Workshop

The Student Academy College Workshop meets once a month in the Library after school from 2:30 PM - 3:15 PM.  Sign up for the Academy inside the Career Center M-101.

Remaining dates:

  • Wed. Nov. 1, 2017
  • Wed. Dec. 13, 2017
  • Tue. Jan. 9, 2018
  • Tue. Feb. 13, 2018
  • Tue. March 13, 2018
  • Tue. April 10, 2018
  • Tue. May 1, 2018
     

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Notes

9/22/17

College &Career Readiness Summit

October 22, 2017

1 PM - 5 PM

Indian Hill Village Conference Center

1640 Holt Ave., Unit #1

Pomona, CA 91767

 

Click on Links below

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9/21/17

Greetings! 

 

The Los Osos Band, Orchestra and Color Guard, in association with the Sylvan Learning Center, is hosting a SAT Workshop on Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 9:00am to 12:00pm. The event will be held in the Los Osos High School Cafeteria. The check in time is at 8:30am.


 

During the workshop, Sylvan will discuss any new features and/or requirements applicable to the SAT. Immediately thereafter, a SAT practice test will be administered.


 

The students will return to the Los Osos band hall on Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 6:00pm to receive their test scores and advice on their results. This is excellent training for students taking the SAT on Saturday, October 7, 2017. The donation is $15 per student. All students are welcome (even if they attend another school).


 

Last year, the students coming from Etiwanda and Rancho High were put on a Will Call list to reserve their seat. The students/parents paid at the door. 


 

Please circulate to your students via school loop or leave a copy in your office on display. 

 

Thank you very much for your time and attention. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. 

 

Regards, 

 

Robin Lewis, LOHS Parent of '08, '15, '16, '18 

Los Osos Band, Orchestra and Color Guard 

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9/20/17

Hello Community Volunteer,

 

Stork Elementary School is having their 14th Annual Harvest Hoedown on Friday, September 22nd and we are in need of many volunteers to help!  You may be asked to help with things such as: set up tables & games, run game booths for the children, pass out prizes, work the student store, etc.  This is a fun event for all, but we do ask that you come to help work the event during the shift(s) you sign up for.  Please plan enjoying the event before or after your shift.

 

We use a virtual sign up sheet through a website called "Sign Up", click on the link below to sign up for one or more of the time shifts....

 

http://signup.com/go/AQoWPYu

 

***When you arrive to volunteer, look for the "Volunteer Check-In" sign to check in and get your assignment, it will be located next to the student store & ticket sales -outside in the back of the South West wing of Stork's main building (facing the south field). 

 

Thank you for considering to volunteer, we could not make all the fun happen for the children at Stork & the community without the help of great volunteers!

 

Sincerely,

Stork Elementary School PFSA

5646 Jasper Street

Alta Loma, CA 91701

storkschoolpfsa@gmail.com

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ROP Classes Here At Rancho High School

Dream Big, Set Goals, Take Action, Start in High School!

It's Never to Early!

*Career Technical Education

*Regional Occupational Program

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Career Exploration Student and Parent Resources

Career Awareness, Exploration and Preparation

Successful careers begin early and they begin at home.  Working together, parents and children should discuss what things the children like to do and what jobs seem interesting. 

  • Parents need raise awareness by talking to their young children about jobs in the neighborhood and community as well as what jobs family members do. 
  • Parents should encourage self-discovery, personal and academic growth in the early years.  Children need to do their best in school and read books that are exciting and stimulating. 
  • All subjects in school are important to future careers.  Reading, writing, computers, math and science are especially important in today’s demanding careers.

As children progress through middle school years (6-8), parents need to talk to their children more about jobs and careers and begin to explore

  • Together, families should use the career exploration tools provided below to discover what the specific career interests the children have.  Then, carefully explore the high schools to discover which programs would best prepare the child for that career. 
  • Choosing a high school program is not a final determination of a career, but it can further help the child explore and discover the specific careers and jobs that most interest them.  Even if they learn they don’t like a career area, that is important to know too. 

The high school years is where career preparation starts and continues from high school to colleges to on the job training with, industry certifications, professional reading and advanced college degrees.   Learning never ends, even once you have a job! 

  • In high school, like in all other grades, reading, writing, computers, math and science are very important and success in those subjects are just as important in the career and technical classes. 
  • Good work habits begin in school: Attendance, behavior, manners and professionalism are all skills students can practice while in school and can take with them to work.  Employers call them "Soft Skills."

Get ready for your career now, by exploring today

Career Classes For High School Students

Link:   Fall 2017 RCHS ROP Classes.doc

 

ROP Classes at Rancho Cucamonga High School

Sign Up Today For Fall 2017

 

Careers In Child Development (RCHS) (UC, “g” elective, a-g approved)

  • (10 credits, M-TH starts at 6:40 am – 8:24 am, F 7:00 am – 9:18 am)

This course prepares students for employment in the care and guidance of young children under the supervision of professional personnel.  Instruction includes growth and development, nutrition, program planning and management, health and safety, recreational and play activities, child abuse and neglect, developmentally appropriate practice, interpersonal relationships, regulations, policies, supervision and maintenance of children’s environment, professionalism, and classroom management.

 

Video Production (RCHS) (UC, a-g approved “f” visual arts & meets computer graduation requirements)

  • (10 credits, M-TH starts at 6:40 am – 8:24 am, F 7:00 am – 9:18 am) Career Opportunities:  Assistant Editor-works closely with editors. Bring in all footage and get it ready for the editor to work.

Editor-Works closely with assistant editor and also producers and directors to make shows and movies. 

Production Assistant -Starting job to learn and build your way up in the film business.

Assistant cameraman or Cameraman-Shoot sports, videos, shows, movies and events, learn how to operate many different cameras along the way.

Boom Operator-Hold the shotgun mic during filming of any production.

Sound Operator-mix live sound coming from all the microphones.

Start your own business making videos for people- do all types of productions like commercials, music videos, weddings and more. 

 

Graphic Design (RCHS) (meets computer graduation requirements)

  • (10 credits, M-TH starts at 6:40 am – 8:24 am, F 7:00 am – 9:18 am)

Graphic communication is the nation's third largest manufacturing industry, encompassing all phases in the processing of information for print and electronic media. 

Career Opportunities:  artists, engineers, scientists, technicians, entrepreneurs, organizers and managers.

 

Website Design (RCHS) (UC, a-g approved “f” visual arts & meets computer graduation requirements)

  • (5 credits, T/TH starts at 3:15 pm – 5:45 pm)

In this course students learn to develop Websites using Hypertext Markup Language version 5 (HTML5) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).  Students learn to write code manually, use graphical user interface (GUI) authoring tools and how to insert images, create hyperlinks, add tables, forms, video, and audio to Webpages.  Throughout the course, students learn how Websites are developed as manage projects and identify e-commerce solutions and relate Website development to business goals.

 

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Scholarships

BVROP Foundation Scholarship

  • Scholarships are awarded to adult students and high school students who are currently enrolled in or have completed an ROP course and will be pursuing post-secondary education. Last year the Baldy View ROP Foundation awarded over $6500 in scholarships to ROP students!
  •  Applicants must complete an application, which is attached to this email. Applicants may also access the Foundation Scholarship application by going to the BVROP webpage below.
  • Copy and paste: http://www.baldyviewrop.com/cms/lib05/CA01902142/Centricity/Domain/54/BVROP%20Foundation%20Scholarship%20Application%202017.pdf
  •  Students selected for scholarships will be honored at the Student Success Awards on Monday, April 10th at the Upland High School Highlander Auditorium!

 Ronald McDonald House Charities

  • Deadline, January 18, 2017
  • Graduating Seniors apply :  https://aim.applyISTS.net/RMHC
  • More information visit:  www.rmhc.org

The Christermon Foundation

Beverage Industry College Scholarship Program

  • Deadline, February 1, 2017
  • Pre-requisites and information:  www.christermon.com
  • Scholarship Link: www.christermon.com to download a worksheet, instructions and qualifications.

Rider University (Several University Scholarships for attending Rider)

  • Trustee Scholarship
  • Presidential Scholarship
  • Dean's Scholarship
  • Founder's Award
  • Rider Recognition Award
  • rider.edu/admissions to gather more information

NOTE:  Universities will have in-house scholarships for their campus.  Go online to each universities webpage and review their financial aid listing. Look for institutions on scholarships and qualifications.

Career Center Information

Career Apptitude Tests & Exploration

Career Cruising: https://public.careercruising.com/en/

is an online interactive resource that can be used for many purposes.  Search for career, college, resume and scholarship options.  Take the 10 minute test and then start to search your future career.                    

Username: rcucamonga            

Password: cougars

California Colleges:   https://www.californiacolleges.edu/

Our students have the opportunity to participate in CaliforniaColleges.edu.  Students will be able to:

Participate in career planning and exploration, Research and explore colleges, Find scholarships, Have access to free SAT & ACT test prep, Create a portfolio/resume

Parent permission slips need to be returned to the Instruction Office - Mrs. Seigel AP of Instruction

Cal Colleges Parent's Guide:

http://rchs-cjuhsd-ca.schoolloop.com/file/1431759441323/3206906366443100478.pdf

Cal Colleges Consent Release:

http://rchs-cjuhsd-ca.schoolloop.com/file/1431759441323/804782134649263987.pdf 

 

The California Career Zone:  https://www.cacareerzone.org/

The California Career Zone is a web-based career exploration system providing four easy to use career assessment tools and information on over 900 California occupations.

 

STEM Jobs: http://stemtype.stemjobs.com/#/

We measure our success by helping you to #DoWhatYouLove!  And ultimately, that means connecting you with real jobs at great STEM Friendly Employers. We tie each job to our STEM Type categories. So take the STEM Quiz, discover where you fit in STEM and then find real jobs to discover more opportunities to #DoWhatYouLove.

 

Green 360:  http://green360careers.net/program/catalyst/

Green 360 is about cultivating change-making solutions to our environmental challenges. Green 360 connects high school and college age students with tools, information, and people they need to make informed choices and create pathways to green careers.  Green360 is sponsored by Pacific Gas and Electric.

 

The California Career Planning Guide:  http://www.californiacareers.info/ccpg

The California Career Planning Guide takes students through a process for developing a personal career action plan.  This is a printable PDF file in English.  Free online graphic and text versions in English and in Spanish.

 

Career Surfer: 

Career Surfer is CalCRN’s mobile application that can be downloaded for free from Apps Store or Google Play. Basic information about the 900 occupations detailed on the California CareerZone.


California Career Center:  https://www.calcareercenter.org/

California Career Center is the website for career and college resources and tools to help students map their futures. Cal Career Center is focused on serving students but also contains resources for counselors, teachers, and parents.

 

Career Technical Education - BVROP

Baldy View ROP

Exciting News About CTE Courses -

Here From Senator Connie Leyva's CTE  Classroom Visit's

Applause - Former RCHS Student's Graduate From The RDA Program

READ All About It Below!!! 

Current Newsletter as a .pdf 

Khan Academy College Admissions Resources

4 Skills & 4 Steps to a Successful Career

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Industry Sectors

An Industry Sector is a collection of Career Pathway groups around a common segment of the workforce. An example is the Energy, Environment and Utilities Industry Sector made up of Career Pathways: Environmental Resources, Energy and Power Technology, and Telecommunications.  Baldy View Regional Occupational classes offer programs and complete career pathways in many of the State's recognized Industry Sectors.

CALIFORNIA'S 15 CAREER PATHWAYS

 

AGRICULTURE & NATURAL RESOURCES:

Sample Careers:  Agricultural Equipment Operator, Forest & Conservation Workers, Agricultural Inspectors, Farm Equipment & Mechanics, Pest Control Workers, Floral Designers

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Floriculture & Floral Design (Chaffey HS)
  • Landscape Design (Valley View HS)
  • Landscape & Turf Management (Valley View HS)

 

ARTS, MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT:

Sample Careers:  Multi-Media, Artists & Animators, Graphic Designers, Photographers

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Commercial Photography (Etiwanda HS)
  • Digital Photography (Etiwanda HS)
  • Fundamentals of Digital Media (Career Training Center)
  • Video Production (Rancho Cucamonga HS)
  • Advance Video Production (Rancho Cucamonga HS)
  • Website Design (Rancho Cucamonga HS)
  • 3-D Media Design 1 Animation (Career Training Center)
  • Digital Arts (Colony HS)
  • Stage 1, 2, 3, 4 (Upland HS)

 

BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION TRADES:

Sample Careers: Construction & Building Inspectors, Carpenters, Paving/Surfacing & Tamping Equipment Operators, Electricians, Plumbers, Pipefitters/Steamfitters, Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers, Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters  

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Apartment & Home Repair & Remodeling (Upland Jr. High School)
  • Brick, Block & Stonemasonry (Ontario HS)
  • Advanced Masonry/Building Trades (Ontario HS)
  • Plumbing (Chaffey HS)
  • Residential/Commercial Construction (Upland Jr. HS)
  • Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC) (Chaffey HS)

 

BUISNESS & FINANCES:

Sample Careers: Cost Estimators, Occupational Therapist Assistants, Insurance Underwriters, Paralegal & Legal Assistants, Tax Examiners/Collectors & Revenue Agents

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Principles of Business & Finance (Career Training Center)
  • Small Business Entrepreneurship (Career Training Center) 

 

EDUCATION, CHILD CARE & FAMILY:

Sample Careers:  Associate Teachers/Educators, Education Administrators, Pre-School & Child Care Center/Program Directors

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Careers in Child Development (Rancho Cucamonga HS & Career Training Center)
  • Careers in Education (Career Training Center, 2nd semester)
  • Introduction to Human Services (Career Training Center)

 

ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT & UTILITIES:

Sample Careers:  Heating Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Mechanics, Chemical Plant & Systems Operator, Power Distribution & Dispatch, Power Plant Operator

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Environmental Services & Utilities (Career Training Center)
  • Natural Resource Systems (Career Training Center)

 

ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURE:

Sample Careers:  Surveyors, Civil Engineering Technicians, Engineering Technicians, Surveying & Mapping Technicians, Architectural & Civil Drafters, Industrial Engineering Technicians, Mechanical Drafters

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Engineering & Design Drafting (Mont Clair HS)

    

 

FASHION & INTERIOR DESIGN:

Sample Careers:  Tailors, Dressmakers & Custom Sewers, Retail Salesperson, Fashion Designers, Interior Designers, Fabric & Apparel, Patternmakers, Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Cosmetology (San Antonio ROP) 2 year commitment and impacted
  • Manicuring (San Antonio ROP)

 

 

HEALTH SCIENCE & MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY:

Sample Careers:  Dental Hygienists, Diagnostic Medical, Sonographers, Radiologic Technologist & Technicians, Respiratory Therapy Technicians,
Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians, Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians, Medical Secretaries

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Forensic Science (Career Training Center and Upland HS)
  • Dental Front Office (Career Training Center)
  • Healthcare Occupations (Career Training Center)
  • Pharmacy Clerk (Career Training Center)
  • Medical Assistant Foundations(11th or 12th grade) (Career Training Center and Upland HS)
  • Medical Assistant Clinic(11th or 12th grade, 2nd semester & invite only) (Career Training Center and Upland HS)
  • Registered Dental Assistant (12th grade Only with pre-requisites) (Career Training Center)
  • Sports Medicine (Career Training Center)

 

 

HOSPITALITY, TOURISIM & RECREATION:

Sample Career:  Recreation Workers, Food Service Managers, Meeting & Convention Planners, Lodging Managers, Chefs & Head Cooks

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Airport Careers (Ontario Airport)
  • Hotel & Lodging Services (Chaffey HS)
  • Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Systems (Career Training Center)
  • Transportation & Tours for the Traveler (Career Training Center)
  • Food Production & Catering (CTWEE) (Don Lugo HS)

 

 

INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY:

Sample Careers:  Computer Programmers, Network & Computer, Systems Administrators, Database Administrators, Computer Support Specialists, Computer Repairs

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Computer Applications 1 (Colony HS and Career Training Center)
  • Computer Programming & Game Design (Career Training Center
  • Office Applications 2 (Career Training Center)
  • Technology & Business ( Career Training Center)
  • A+ Computer Repair (Career Training Center)
  • Technology and Business (Career Training Center)
  • Intro to Cyber Security (Career Training Center)
  • Introduction to Information Technology (Career Training Center)

 

 

MAUFACTURING & PRODUCTION DESIGN:

Sample Careers:  Industrial Machinery, Mechanics, Structural Metal, Fabricators & Fitters, Welders, Metal & Plastic Workers, Electrical & Electronic,

Equipment Assemblers

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Graphic Communication/Print Technology 1  (Rancho Cucamonga HS)
  • Advanced Graphic Communication/Print Technology 2 (Rancho Cucamonga HS)
  • Welding Technology (Chaffey HS and Upland HS)

 

 

MARKETING, SALES & SERVICES:

Sample Careers:  Sales Managers, Advertising & Promotions Marketing, Insurance Sales Agents, advertising Sales Agents, First-Line, Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Retail Marketing 1 (Etiwanda HS and Mont Clair HS)
  • Retail Marketing 2 (Etiwanda HS and Mont Clair HS)
  • Event Planning (Chaffey HS)

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES:

Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers, Correctional Officers & Jailers, Medical & Public Health, Social Workers, Fire Fighters, Police/Fire/Ambulance Dispatchers, Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Criminal Justice (Career Training Center and Upland HS)
  • Emergency Medical Responder 1 & 2 (Career Training Center)
  • Firefighter (Career Training Center)
  • Law Enforcement (Career Training Center)
  • Introduction to Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security (Career Training Center)
  • Security and Protective Services (Career Training Center)

 

TRASPORTATION:

Sample Careers:  Aircraft Mechanics & Service Technicians, Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists, Heavy Truck Drivers, Automotive Body & Related Repairs, Automotive Service, Technicians & Mechanics, Small Engine Mechanics

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Auto 1, 2, 3, 4 (Etiwanda HS and Chaffey HS)
  • Warehouse Operations (Career Training Center)

 

 

 

 

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