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Symbol opinion vote Comment: It's great that y'all are working on a page for your AP class, so glad to help out. That said, you want to make sure you're doing it right, and this is a great way to learn about formats, coding, sourcing, style conventions, etc. for writing. This kind of stuff is crucial in jobs that require specific kinds of white papers, research documents, etc. So when people point out things in the draft that aren't Wikipedia-ready, don't take it as a negative, think of it as a way you're learning how to meet the "goal" of an organization with your work.

By hugest piece of advice for this draft, read WP:WikiProject Schools/Article guidelines. It explains in great detail, what you should and should not have in this kind of article.

Do note, Wikipedia articles are not "fun facts for students here" or "write things you've heard about the school". They're written for a global audience, from here in perpetuity, so to be frank nobody cares if Ms Smithwoodjohnson's homeroom starts at 9:30am or if someone on the lacrosse team got a scholarship. Those things aren't going to matter in 100 years, or even five years. What will matter is how this school came to be, anything of note about the architecture of the building, any significant accomplishments the school has (not routine "pat on the back" local awards, but serious recognition), any ways it's been noted in news outside of just the local area, etc.

Put another way, there are tens of thousands of schools in America, and many more in the world, and we don't need to hear how each of them has a science class, and serves lunch at noon, and has a basketball team. We need to hear the things that are different from every other school out there. And, importantly, facts that can be sourced to published WP:Reliable sources. That's probably the second most important thing you need to read to know how to build this article.

I've left comments below regarding individual sections.

So that's my basic initial feedback; ping me on my Talk page if you need anything. MatthewVanitas (talk) 15:22, 25 June 2015 (UTC)

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Symbol opinion vote Comment: SUBMITTER COMMENT: A word about this page and its origins: This page was initiated this year as a final project for the AP Language class which was made up of: Ethan Cifelli, Nick Egeling, Jamie Englerth, Carly Fee, Bri Hill, Danielle Lauricella, Amy Lowe, Jordan Mangefrida, Colin Marrett, Mike McQuillan, Mary Purdy, Nick Richardson, Hannah Rosicka, Katelyn Samis, Cameron Slaven, Kathleen Smith, Ali Uberty, April Whiting, and Ethan Witkowski. It is in its infancy here and the Language classes in future years will update and expand it. Thanks to those who helped get it started and to Principal McArdle for being its progenitor.



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Le Roy Junior/Senior High School is a public school located in Le Roy, New York. It serves grades 7 through 12, with students from the village and town of Le Roy, and the town of Stafford in Genesee County. It is preceded by the Wolcott Street Elementary School located in Le Roy, New York. The current LeRoy Jr. /Sr. High School was built in 2002-03 and was used for the first time for the 2003-2004 school year.

The school offers a character education program that focuses on developing vital character traits and is a program that supports all of the students in the school. The program is referred to as P.R.I.D.E., which is an acronym for Perseverance, Responsibility, Involvement, Diversity, and Empathy.

Le Roy’s athletic teams are known as the LeRoy Oatkan Knights. It is one of[which?] the nation's top 100 schools in music education.[says who?] Le Roy has several music classes and extracurricular activities available for students, a Competitive Marching Band and produces a yearly musical. The school is a part of the 5th annual College Board AP Honor Roll.[citation needed] The student to teacher ratio is 11:1.[citation needed]

Location

Symbol opinion vote Comment: See Template:Infobox school for a tidier format to plug basic info into. Also, to be blunt, we don't need the names of any staff, other than the principal, unless that person is individually famous enough to have their own Wikipedia article. So unless there's anybody famous on the school board, we don't need it because it does the reader no good to have just names of normal people. If they want that info, that's what the school/district website are for, Wikipedia isn't a directory of routine details. MatthewVanitas (talk) 15:22, 25 June 2015 (UTC)


Le Roy Jr/Sr High School 9300 South Street Road Le Roy, NY 14482 Phone 585-768-8131 FAX 585-768-5515

Mr. Tim McArdle, Principal

Mrs. Lynda Lowe, Assistant Principal


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Board of Education

Members of the Le Roy Board of Education are elected for a 3-year term. Members of the Board as of the 2014/2015 school year are:

  • Donald Hobart, President
  • Jackie Whiting, Vice President
  • Lawrence Bonacquisti
  • Tom Dambra
  • Denise Duthe
  • Richard Lawrence
  • Lloyd Miller


Advanced Placement Classes

LeRoy offers 8 AP Courses in English, mathematics, social studies, and science. The classes offered are AP English Literature & Composition, AP English Language & Composition, AP Chemistry, AP Biology, AP Calculus, AP United States History, AP World History, and AP United States Government and Politics.

Students must obtain a score of 3 or higher on the Advanced Placement exam in order to be eligible for college credit. However, most colleges require at least a 4 to reward college credit.

http://www.leroycsd.org/files/205784/5th%20ap%20honor%20roll.pdf

Requirements for Jr. High (7th and 8th grade)

Symbol opinion vote Comment: Again, this is pretty generic stuff that applies to basically all schools. A Wikipedia page isn't a student handbook, so we don't need this section. MatthewVanitas (talk) 15:22, 25 June 2015 (UTC)

  • English (7 & 8)
  • Art (7)
  • Foreign Language (7 & 8)
  • Science (7 & 8)
  • Mathematics (7 & 8)
  • Physical Education (7 & 8)
  • Social Studies (7 & 8)
  • Music Appreciation (8)
  • Technology (8)
  • Wellness (7)


File:Junior High Corridor.JPG



Class Offerings

Symbol opinion vote Comment: Same thing, we don't need a class catalog. We don't have one for Harvard University, we don't need one here. We need things that are going to be significant to read about 100 years from now, not administrative details. MatthewVanitas (talk) 15:22, 25 June 2015 (UTC)

ENGLISH

  • English 7
  • English 8
  • English 9
  • English 10
  • Pre-AP 10
  • English 11
  • AP English Language and Composition
  • AP English Literature and Composition
  • College and Career Writing
  • Public Speaking
  • Crimes, Criminals and Consequences
  • Women in Literature
  • Sports Literature
  • Scary Stories


OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION

  • Foods and Nutrition
  • Clothing and Textiles
  • Housing and Environment
  • Health
  • Career and Financial Management
  • Keyboarding and Computers
  • Introduction to Computers
  • Principles of Business
  • Sports and Entertainment Marketing
  • Computer Science
  • Microsoft Office Suite


TECHNOLOGY

  • Design Drawing for Production
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
  • Principles of Engineering(POE)
  • Engineering Design and Development (EDD)


SOCIAL STUDIES

  • Global History and Geography – Grade 9 and 10
  • Pre-AP World History – Grade 9
  • AP World History - Grades 10-12
  • U.S. History and Government – Grade 11
  • AP United States History – Grades 11-12
  • Economics
  • Participation in Government
  • AP Government and Politics – Grade 12


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SCIENCE

  • Science 7 - Accelerated
  • Earth Science – Grade 9
  • Living Environment/Biology – Grade 10
  • Human & Social Biology
  • Chemistry – Grade 11
  • Physics – Grade 12
  • AP Biology – Grades 11-12
  • AP Chemistry – Grades 11-12
  • Science 7
  • Science 8


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MATH

  • Math 7
  • Math 7 – Accelerated
  • Math 8
  • Algebra (Common Core)
  • Geometry (Common Core)
  • Algebra 2/Trigonometry (Common Core)
  • Algebra Common Core IE
  • Algebra Common Core IIE
  • Math 11/12
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Pre-Calculus
  • AP Calculus AB – Grade 12
  • Statistics


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PHYSICAL EDUCATION

  • Grades 7-12


MUSIC

  • 8th Grade General Music
  • Jr. High Chorus (7-8)
  • Jr. High Concert Band (9-12)
  • Sr. High Concert Band (9-12)
  • Grades 9-12 Sr. High Mixed Chorus
  • Music Theory
  • Senior High Percussion Ensemble (Extracurricular)
  • Introduction to American Musical Theatre
  • Vocal Jazz Ensemble
  • Instrumental Improvisation Lab
  • Music History


LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

  • French I
  • French II
  • French III
  • French IV
  • Spanish I
  • Spanish II
  • Spanish III
  • Spanish IV
  • French 7
  • French 8
  • Spanish 7
  • Spanish 8

ART

  • Introduction to Studio Art
  • Digital Photography I
  • Digital Photography II
  • Pottery
  • Metal Design
  • Creativity & Innovation in Media


BOCES

The Le Roy Central School is a member of the Genesee Valley Board of Cooperative Educational Services. Services available through BOCES include Special Education, audio/visual supplies, computer and a good selection of vocationally-oriented courses. To be accepted into the Regular Vocational School, one must be a junior or senior.

PROGRAMS:

  • Animal Science/Veterinary Assistant
  • Auto Body Repair/Technology
  • Automotive Technology
  • Building Trades (Carpentry/Cabinet Making, Electrical/Plumbing/Heating)
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Conservation/Forestry and Heavy Equipment
  • Cosmetology
  • Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement
  • Culinary Arts/Food Service
  • Electronics & Computer Technology
  • Graphic Arts (Printing and Photography)
  • Human Services/Child Care
  • Health Dimensions
  • Metal Trades and Design (Precision Machining/Welding)
  • College Tech Prep Health Careers Academy
  • College Tech Prep Legal Careers Academy
  • College Tech Prep Information Technology Academy
  • College Tech Prep Agri-Business Academy

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS


Sports:

  • Football- Brian Herdlein
  * Average Participation = 30	
  • Fall Cheerleading- Tessa Oeke
  * Average Participation= 10	
  • Girls Soccer- Beth Luckey
  * Average Participation= 16	
  • Boys Soccer- Robert Hammer
  * Average Participation= 20 	
  • Boys Cross Country- Jay Laitenberger
  * Average Participation= 7	
  • Girls Cross Country- Jay Laitenberger
  * Average Participation= 5	
  • Volleyball- Kelly Tyler
  * Average Participation= 10
  • Boys & Girls Swimming- Alva English
  * Average Participation= 5	
  • Boys Basketball- Rick Rapone
  * Average Participation= 15	
  • Girls Basketball- Brian Herdlein
  * Average Participation= 9	
  • Boys Indoor Track & Field- Jay Laitenberger
  * Average Participation= 40	
  • Girls Indoor Track & Field- Jay Laitenberger
  * Average Participation= 10  	
  • Wrestling- Zach Condidorio
  * Average Participation= 10	
  • Winter Cheerleading- Mallory Flynn
  * Average Participation= 15
  • Boys Baseball- Antonio Ieon Koukides
  * Average Participation= 15	
  • Girls Softball- Mike Battaglia
  * Average Participation= 12	
  • Boys Outdoor Track & Field- Jay Laitenberger
  * Average Participation= 20 	
  • Girls Outdoor Track & Field- Jay Laitenberger
  * Average Participation= 8	
  • Boys Tennis- Jim Farnholz
  * Average Participation= 7	
  • Girls Tennis- Jim Farnholz
  * Average Participation=7 	
  • Golf- Brian Moran
  * Average Participation= 9

Clubs/Organizations:

  • Senior High Band- Bradley Meholick
  • Senior High Jazz Ensemble- Bradley Meholick
  • Goodknights- Jacqueline McLean
  • French Club- Tatyana Qadiri
  • Math Team- Taryn Nole
  • Marching Band- Bradley Meholick
  • Senior High Chorus- Jacqueline McLean
  • Knightngales- Jacqueline McLean
  • Spanish Club- Sharon Greco
  • Scholastic Bowl- Christopher Cappotelli
  • Musical Pit Orchestra- Bradley Meholick
  • Senior High Musical- Jacqueline McLean
  • Boys and Girls State- American Legion
  • Academic Challenge Bowl- Taryn Nole
  • SADD- Rebecca Pokracki
  • O-AT-KAN- Karen Castro and Kate Shanto
  • National Jr. Honor Society- Sarah Beckler and Janet Elliot
  • National Honor Society- Sarah Beckler and Janet Elliot
  • Student Council- John King and Rebecca Pokracki


Sectional Titles:

  • Football- 1984, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2014
  • Cheerleading- 2002, 2008 and 2014
  • Girls Soccer- 1997, 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2009
  • Volleyball- 2005, 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012
  • Boys Basketball- 2003
  • Girls Basketball- 2007
  • Wrestling- 1987, 1988, 1995 and 1997
  • Boys Indoor Track & Field- 2009, 2011 and 2014
  • Girls Indoor Track & Field- 2012
  • Baseball- 1950, 1957, 1959, 1964 and 1998
  • Softball- 1985 and 1988
  • Tennis- 2001
  • Boys’ Track- 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2014
  • Bowling- 1976


New York State Champions:

  • 1995- Class C Football
  • 2003-2004- Boys Basketball


Demographics

Symbol opinion vote Comment: This can be some interesting stuff, but where are your sources? This kind of data is very useful with a clear source, and absolutely worthless without one. Note you cannot just submit your own WP:Original research, you would need to cite this to a published document from the District (like a BOCES 2014 Annual Report or something like that). MatthewVanitas (talk) 15:22, 25 June 2015 (UTC)

Ethnicity Statistics 
  • Asian- .72%
  • African American- 2.5%
  • Hispanic- 2.5%
  • White- 92.59%
  • Mixed race- 1.69%

Gender Statistics

  • Female- 48.15%
  • Male- 51.85%

Average Graduating Class Size – 97

Wealth Statistics

  • Median Household Income in 2012
  • $48,187
  • NY STATE--$56,448
  • Per Capita income in 2012
  • $23,609

Household size

  • Average household size- 2.5 persons
  • Average family size- 3.04 persons


Staff

Symbol opinion vote Comment: Again, we don't need any of this unless any of these people is famous enough to have their own Wikipedia article. Again, Wikipedia is not a directory (see WP:NOTDIRECTORY) so we don't need routine details about normal people. MatthewVanitas (talk) 15:22, 25 June 2015 (UTC)


Le Roy/Cal-Mum Rivalry

Symbol opinion vote Comment: Okay, this could be interesting, but where are your sources? We would need to see citations to, for example, newspaper articles discussing local school rivalries. MatthewVanitas (talk) 15:22, 25 June 2015 (UTC)

The Le Roy and Caledonia-Mumford rivalry dates all the way back to 1900. The two small towns’ populations combined don’t even exceed 10,000 people, but the 9,800 that inhabit them can all testify that the rivalry is as strong as ever. Slogans have been created by both towns such as: “Destroy Le Roy!” to express the emotions that run high during game time. Every sports team in both schools looks forward to the day when they can face off against their well-known opponent. Although the rivalry exists in all the sports competed, it is the most heated in football. Everybody looks forward to that one night in the fall when the two small schools battle on the field. The winning team earns their community bragging rights and the privilege to hold their head high with pride. The losers must accept the defeat and wait for next fall, promising themselves to defeat their opponents next time.


Every year since 1965 Le Roy and Cal-Mum have faced each other in football. This year will be the 50th year that the schools have played each other, and throughout the 50 years the rivalry has just grown stronger and stronger. This year (2015), in the spring, Le Roy and Caledonia-Mumford were voted the best high school rivalry around town on Rochester Rocs. The towns won the vote by more than 76%; this just proves how well-known and powerful the rivalry really is.

References

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