September 2011 archive

Colleges are visiting SHS

Students a little bit of college is, and has been, coming to your neck of the woods and oh, how the counselors wish you would take advantage of these great opportunities. Please check the calendar on this blog for the upcoming college visits from schools around the US. When the colleges are in your Future …

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Future Fair Exit Survey’s

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There’s a new page on here

Check out the Scholarships page on the blog – I’ll be updating as they come to my Inbox.  

One Week Until the Future Fair

For all of those students interested in having a plan after college (this means ALL of you) here is a list of all the fabulousness that will be in your Skyline Commons in exactly one week (Sept. 28, 2011, 4 – 7 p.m.): Adams State College Aims Community College AmeriCorps Art Institutes Boulder College of …

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eCredit Meeting times

Students if you are signed up for eCredit you will need to meet with an instructor for check-ins. Check out the web site listed below for more information on eCredit. Tuesday Ms. Rector and Mr. Bartish 3:00- 5:00 Thursday: Ms. Trinkner and Mr. Margolin at 3:00 – 5:00 Location: IMC Lab  

Army ROTC Scholarship Information

Any students interested in learning about the Army ROTC scholarship program should check out the information below. This info works for CU Boulder’s ROTC program. 4yr scholarship 2011-12 BUFF BN AROTC Program Buffalo Battalion Newsletter Spring 2011 Issue 1 It’s time for your seniors to apply for the national Army ROTC scholarship! The online application …

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Rose Youth Foundation is looking for new members

What if someone gave you $60,000 and said “Take this money and use it to make our Jewish community a better place.” What would you do? You could be part of a group of 23 Jewish teens answering this question. Rose Community Foundation is looking for a diverse group of Jewish and interfaith-Jewish youth, grades …

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More Credit Recovery Options

Two other options for students who need credit recovery are: BYU Independent Study: students can take a variety of courses through this program. See your counselor for an BYU packet. eCredit Recovery: this program is only for courses in the following subjects – English, math and social studies. Students need to check with their counselors …

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Get your credit recovery paper work here

Any student who needs after-school credit recovery classes can download the paperwork here. The deadline for paperwork to be turned in, is Wed. Sept. 21. Classes cost $80 and payment plans are available. 2011 Credit Recovery

Seniors: get your future folders ASAP

Any senior who does not have an English class first semester should stop by the counseling office to speak with his/her counselor about the senior paperwork. Seniors don’t forget to check out the Senior Class Paperwork  page on this blog for more paperwork and information.