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Program of Studies

Mrs. Kathy Gola

16094994620
Extension: 4217
kgola@florence.k12.nj.us

Mr. John Lamaestra

16094994620
Extension: 4225
jlamaestra@florence.k12.nj.us

Mr. Joseph Varga

1-609-499-4620
Extension: 4223
jvarga@florence.k12.nj.us

Mrs. Nancy Sebastian

1-609-499-4620
Extension: 4224
nsebastian@florence.k12.nj.us

Counselor Assignments


Counselors are assigned students whose last names begin with the following letters:
MRS. SEBASTIAN, COUNSELOR
Seniors........................................................................A-K
Juniors........................................................................A-Je
Sophomores..................................................................A-Mc
Freshmen.....................................................................A-K

MR. VARGA, COUNSELOR
Seniors........................................................................L-Z
Juniors........................................................................Jo-Z
Sophomores.................................................................Me-Z
Freshmen......................................................................L-Z

Scheduling Calendar

April..................................................Teacher Recommendations & Distribution of Scheduling Materials
April/May...........................................Course Selection Process
July/August..........................................Scheduling of Students; Scheduling Adjustments

Graduation Requirements

Students must earn a minimum of 125 credits as identified in the chart below.

Graduation Testing Requirements

Please click on the following link for the most up-to-date requirements:
https://www.state.nj.us/education/assessment/parents/GradReq.pdf

Graduation Testing Requirements

School Year 2020-2021
Students are assigned to homerooms on the basis of the spelling of their last names.
● 10th Grade Homeroom = 30 credits earned
● 11th Grade Homeroom = 55 credits earned
● 12th Grade Homeroom = 90 credits earned

Virtual Art Studios
Business Studies
Tab 3

Beginning Art 0010

Course: 2 Semester
Credits: 5
9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: None

The student is given a chance to experience two-dimensional and three-dimensional concepts in the visual arts. This full year course is for the beginning level student. It focuses on providing the student with opportunities for the development of creative expression through active involvement with various media including drawing, painting, and sculpture. Students will explore the principles of design as well as an overall introduction to the creative process.

2D- 3D Design III 0030

Semesters: 2
Credits: 5
Grade Levels: 11, 12
2D & 3D Design II 0020

2-D & 3-D Design III is the direct follow-up to the concepts explored in 2-D & 3-D Design II with a concentration on refining the student’s skills in the visual arts with emphasis on both two-dimensional and three-dimensional media. The course will continue to emphasize the ability to recognize and apply important visual arts concepts, principles and skills needed to create, discuss and understand works of art.

2D- 3D Design II 0020

Semesters: 2
Credits: 5
10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Beginning Art

The purpose of this course is to present the art student with the opportunity to further explore concepts, disciplines, and principles of Art. 2-D & 3-D Design II will focus on developing the student’s aesthetic sensitivities and craftsmanship through various art projects with emphasis on both two-dimensional and three-dimensional media. The course will further emphasize the ability to recognize important visual arts concepts, principles and skills needed to create and understand original works of art.

2D - 3D Design IV 0040

Semesters: 2
Credits: 5
Grade Level 12
2D - 3D Design III 0030

This course is designed for the student considering a vocation in an art field or who may have an advanced talent in the visual arts. Various disciplines and concepts of 20 th century art are explored in-depth with emphasis on both two-dimensional and three-dimensional media. A fundamental aspect of this course is the preparation of a portfolio for college and art school applications.