Sr. Project Coordinator--
Royce Johnson email@example.com
As a qualified Great Frontier Donate Partner, we will receive up to an $85 donation from Frontier when you order a new qualifying residential or business Frontier product such as High Speed Internet, Telephone Calling Plans or Peace of Mind Products. All monies raised will be used to fund the Scholarship Senior project.
Step 1: Call 1-888-695-0012
Step 2: Provide our code 20135 to the Frontier representative
We will receive $50 for each new Frontier High Speed Internet including Frontier Fast, Lite, Max, Stand Alone, FiOS, and Business.
We will receive $25 for each new Frontier Telephone Calling Plan.
We will receive $10 for each new Peace of Mind service including Expert care, Internet Security Suite, Hard Drive Back Up and Unlimited Tech Support.
Senior presentations will be April 17, 2013 from approximately 7 am - 11 am. Anyone interested in judging should contact the Senior Project Coordinator.
Welcome to the Coeur d’Alene High School Senior Project website. In order to better serve all involved in the senior project, this website is designed to answer general questions on this page. Keep in mind that the Senior English teacher has the final say of any assignments in his/her class. Please feel free to browse through the information organized according to the types of visitors using the menu above.
The Senior Project has been a part of Coeur d’Alene High School’s graduation requirements since 2001. It has served well many graduates from Coeur d’Alene High School and become a part of our community. There are many advantages shared by students with the faculty throughout the years, some of which include: the applications of theories learned in the classroom, a building of community relationships, help in bringing focus to the senior year, many wonderful contacts in a field of interest, the fostering of self-sufficiency, the building of self confidence, and simply giving students a chance to test their skills in the workplace.
The Senior Project here at Coeur d’Alene High School is divided into four parts:
The student chooses an area of interest, topic of study, and goals to reach within the senior year; then researches and documents findings; locates, arranges, and fulfills a minimum of fifteen hours of work within the communityduring second semester; organizes materials into a portfolio; and finally presents in front of community judges the results of a job well done. The project as a whole must incorporate two of the following criteria:
Academic—project involves formal instruction from a professional outside of the classroom.
Community Service—project provides service to the community.
Career—project involves potential future employment.
Personal Growth—project represents a unique personal challenge.
The required project hours must be completed during the Spring semester of the senior year under the supervision of a community mentor. The community mentor should not be a relative, current employer, or the student's current instructor in any capacity.
Each of the four areas includes participatory accountability and requirements. Yearly, there will be changes made to the requirements of senior projects. The changes will be posted here, so all are better able to access the information from this website.
The Senior Project is mandatory for all students who anticipate graduation from Coeur d’Alene High School. Each student must complete a one credit, senior project course. This course requires no seat time, but is structured in much the same way we now work with Youth Volunteer of America credits. The student fulfills the requirements of the senior project by following a well structured and documented plan; we call this the “Plan of Action.” The credit will be on an pass/fail scale which is explained in a meeting in the fall and would be earned in addition to the English requirements of the student’s enrolled class.
The Senior Project Coordinator monitors the progress of dual-enrolled students as each provides documentation of success in all four areas.
Students who are dual-enrolled will need to set aside time within their schedules to compile the needed research and obtain the necessary documentation for the Senior Paper. Accountability will be consistent for both standard English students and dual-enrolled. Help is also available through our North Idaho College Dual- Enrollment Coordinator.