|Josie Wankierfirstname.lastname@example.org||ALL 9 (A-Can) and 10-12 (A-C)|
|Greg Steedemail@example.com||ALL 9 (Fas-Jar) and 10-12 (D-H)|
|Greg Forbushfirstname.lastname@example.org||ALL 9 (Jas-Mar) and 10-12 (I-M)|
|Aaron Leeflangemail@example.com||ALL 9 (Pas-Sos); 10-12 (N-R); IB 10 (K-Q)|
|Ami Burtonfirstname.lastname@example.org||ALL 9 (Sot-Z); 10-12 (S-Z); 10-12 IBCP ALL|
|Jennifer Hanseenemail@example.com||ALL 9 (Mas-Par); 10 IB (R-Z); 11-12 IB ALL|
|Lisa Madsenfirstname.lastname@example.org||ELP 7-8; ALL 9 (Cao-Far); IB 10 (A-J)|
News and Announcements
GEAR UP College Night Ninth through Eleventh graderswelcome
Tuesday,January 15, 2019 - 6:00 P.M to 7:30 P.M.
Get information on concurrent enrollment, Career and Technical courses, and college prep
Virtual Tutoring Training
January 23rd and 24th For current GEAR UP students
All day long in the computer lab in 433
Latinx High School Conference - Tu Lucha es mi Lucha / Your Struggle is My Struggle
Friday, January 25, 2019 8:20 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
Keynote Speaker: Sebastian Uprimny Businessman, Olympian, SLCC Alum
Register at bitly/latinxconference19
Schedule selection for incoming ninth graders
January 28th through 31st
Northwest and Bryant students will all receive information about choosing classes for the upcoming school year.
Seniors, we are happy to announce that we have a new scholarship coordinator. Diane Jergensen is located in the office directly across from the guidance center main entrance. Stop by to meet her and start the scholarship application process asap.
Senior graduation checks are essential as we start the school year. Counselors may do these at different times during the first several months of school. But all counselors rely on this information to help students design an appropriate schedule and identify any needed credit make up. Graduating on-time is a process that needs to be an all year effort.
Parent/Guardian Note- your student should be studying every day. Whether they feel they have an assignment from their teachers or not. Encourage your student to review their notes, do extra math problems, and reread assigned chapters or handouts. Organizing their materials the night before and keeping track of due dates will also help them to be more successful in school. Promote a regular pattern of daily study and praise them when they follow through. We all like to be recognized for our efforts.
Pro Tips: Searching and Applying for Scholarships - The first episode of "In a Nutshell: How to Pay For College" season two.
Student Loan Report: Guide to paying for College - Financial Aid, Scholarships, Savings and Student Loans
Parents and seniors: check out this informative article from the Deseret News on avoiding senioritis and preparing for college!!
Financial Aid and College Admission Information
The Suicide Prevention Resource Center has created a very robust list of resources for addressing questions related to the series, “13 Reasons Why”. I wanted to provide the forwarded e-mail to all of you. May is Mental Health Awareness month.
From Suicide Prevention Organizations
• Tips for Parents for Talking with their Children about 13 Reasons Why and Suicide (American Foundation for Suicide Prevention)
• Briefing in Connection with the Netflix Series 13 Reasons Why (International Association for Suicide Prevention)
From Other Mental Health/Professional Organizations
• 13 Mental Health Questions about 13 Reasons Why (American Psychiatric Association)
• 13 Reasons Why Netflix Series: Considerations for Educators (National Association of School Psychologists)
Other Related Resources
• The Trevor Lifeline (The Trevor Project)
• SPRC Web Page for Suicide Prevention in Schools (Suicide Prevention Resource Center)
• Information for Parents webpage (Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide)
• Not my Kid: What Parents Should Know about Teen Suicide (Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide) (Video)