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    COMMITMENT TO CHARACTER MONTHLY TRAIT

    OCTOBER = COOPERATION

    Getting along with others and working together to accomplish goals.


    WE ARE NOW ON FACEBOOK!!!


    Warriors, did you know you have a district student email address?

    Your student email address is your username plus @pcsb.org.

    For example, if your username is "r2.d2" then your email would be r2.d2@pcsb.org.

    Using your Pinellas County Schools email account


    SENIORS


    DUAL ENROLLMENT

    • DUAL ENROLLMENT SPRING SPC CLASSES VIEWABLE - Students interested in taking dual enrollment classes at SPC during the Spring semester should meet with their counselor in order to start the registration process. Spring registration begins on October 24th, but permission forms can be submitted before that (turn your forms in as soon as possible).

    OCTOBER 21-25:  THE SALVATION ARMY HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE

    Salvation Army Holiday Assistance

    OCTOBER 21-25:  COLLEGE APPLICATION WEEK

    CAW

    OCTOBER 21:  Special Guest FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY (FAU) LUNCH VISIT

    Stop by their table during lunch!

    Learn more about FAU

    OCTOBER 21:  FINANCIAL AID SEMINAR @ OSCEOLA FHS

    7:00-8:00pm, Auditorium

    The following topics give general ideas of what is covered in greater depth at the Pinellas County Schools Financial Aid Presentation. Viewing these topic links in no way takes the place of the amount and accuracy of the more detailed information provided at the seminars.

    • Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program - View website
    • Types of Financial Aid - View website
    • Completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - View website
    • Understanding the Student Aid Report (SAR) - View website
    • Pinellas Education Foundation Scholarship Catalog - View website
    • Scholarship Essays - View website
    • Scholarship Searches & Scams - View website

    OCTOBER 23:  Special Guest ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE (SPC) APPLY DAY

    Come down to the Media Center during lunches to apply to SPC and have the $40 application fee waived!

    Event Procedures and What to Bring this Day:

    The following information is necessary to complete the application and satisfy the in-state residency requirements to receive in-state tuition:

    • Student Social security number.
    • ID numbers for TWO of the following from the parent or legal guardian:
      • Florida Driver’s License or Florida ID
      • Florida Vehicle Registration
      • Florida Voter’s Registration and issue date

    For more information on residency, refer to this link: http://www.spcollege.edu/tuition--financial-aid/residency.

    For more details about this event, contact Jerrick Rivera at (727) 341-3407 or rivera.jerrick@spcollege.edu.

    Learn more about SPC

    OCTOBER 24:  Dual Enrollment DUAL ENROLLMENT SPRING SPC REGISTRATION OPENS

    Students may now register for dual enrollment classes on SPC's campus.

    OCTOBER 24:  Special Guest PINELLAS TECHNICAL COLLEGE (PTeC) LUNCH VISIT

    Stop by their table during lunch!

    Learn more about PTeC

    OCTOBER 25:  COLLEGE T-SHIRT and #WhyApply GIVE-AWAY DAY                        

    Come up to the Guidance table during lunch in your best college gear and fill out a #WhyApply poster for a chance to win a prize!

    OCTOBER 25-26:  SWEET BRIAR COLLEGE EXPLORE ENGINEERING EVENT

    • Do you like to help people?
    • Are you the kind of person who likes to craft, make, tinker and break things?
    • Have you been wondering if engineering might be for you, but you’re not sure?
    • Do you like spooky things?

    We’ve got the perfect immersive event for you Oct. 25-26: Explore Engineering, an overnight event for high school girls at Sweet Briar College.

    Participants will work in teams with engineering professors and students to imagine and bring to life a computer-controlled, interactive Halloween device. The event is hands-on, stresses teamwork and creativity, and is perfect for both experienced students and newbies to engineering.

    Sound eerily up your alley? 

    Get more information and register!

    Learn more about Sweet Briar College

    OCTOBER 28-30:  FLORIDASHINES VIRTUAL COLLEGE WEEK

    Free Live Webinars – Funded by the State of Florida

    WHO:  This event is ideal for Florida High School Juniors, Seniors, Parents and Counselors

    WHAT:  Three days of live webinars that will provide a wide variety of information for college-bound students, featuring experts in the areas of college and university admissions, scholarships, financial aid, career planning and more.  The event speakers also represent a wide variety of institutions from the Florida College System, the State University System and the Florida Department of Education.

    WEBSITE: https://www.floridashines.org/go-to-college/make-a-plan-to-shine-in-college/virtual-college-week

    Virtual College Week

    OCTOBER 31:  Dual Enrollment DUAL ENROLLMENT SPRING OHS REGISTRATION DEADLINE

    This is the last day to request or drop a spring dual enrollment class on Osceola's campus.

    Happy Halloween

    NOVEMBER 6:  JUNIOR SEMINARS

    Seminars will be carried out through US History classes.

    NOVEMBER 11: Special Guest UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA (UA) LUNCH VISIT

    Stop by their table during lunch!

    Learn more about UA

    NOVEMBER 11: OFHS FAFSA COMPLETION EVENT

    6:00-7:00pm, Osceola Fundamental HS, Media Center

    This workshop event will NOT count as a monthly fundamental meeting.

    RSVP:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LP85DN6

    Remember to bring these items to ensure a successful online FAFSA submission:

      • Your Federal Student Aid FSA ID (to obtain your FSA ID go to https://fsaid.ed.gov)
      • Student’s/Parent’s 2018 and/or 2017 W-2(s) and Federal Income Tax Forms (1040, 1040A or 1040 EZ)
      • 2018 and/or 2017 untaxed income (social security, disability, workman's comp, etc.)
      • Driver’s license or state ID
      • Social Security number, Alien Registration number, date of birth for student, spouse and/or parents

    NOVEMBER 19:  SOPHOMORE SEMINARS

    Seminars will be carried out through World History classes.

    NOVEMBER 22:  Dual Enrollment DUAL ENROLLMENT SPRING SPC REGISTRATION DEADLINE

    This is the last day to register for a spring dual enrollment class on an SPC campus.

    NOVEMBER 25-29:  THANKSGIVING BREAK!

    Happy Thanksgiving

    DECEMBER 18:  Dual Enrollment DUAL ENROLLMENT SPRING BOOK PICK-UP DAY

    DE Book Pick Up Flyer Spring 2020

    JUNE 2:  GRADUATION

    6:30pm, Tropicana Field

    Gates OPEN to Public - 5:45PM
    Start of Ceremony - 6:30PM
    End of Ceremony - 8:00PM


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    OCTOBER 16:  PSAT/NMSQT ADMINISTRATION and SAT ADMINISTRATION

    Both the PSAT/NMSQT and SAT will be administered on campus on Wednesday, October 16th.

      • All 9th and 10th grade students will take the PSAT, with 11th graders having the option to opt-in.
      • The SAT will also be available that day as an opt-in option for 12th grade students only.

    This is a great opportunity for students to take the PSAT/NMSQT for both preparation for the SAT, along with potential scholarship options available for students who excel on the assessment, and all who participate are funded by the district, free of charge for students.

    Learn more about the PSAT/NMSQT

    Learn more about the SAT

    Juniors and Seniors NOT taking the PSAT or SAT, this is a good opportunity to take a College Day!

    College Day Request Form

    OCTOBER 15:  BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS LIVESTREAM

    We invite your students to watch a livestream for BYU Admissions on Tuesday, October 15, from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Central (7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Eastern).

    Pre-register at virtualevent.byu.edu to get more information.

    Livestream Flyer

    Learn more about BYU

    OCTOBER 14:  STAMP 4S TESTING (WORLD LANGUAGE CREDIT)

    1:30pm, PCS Administration Building, 301 4th St. SW, Largo, FL 33770; students must pay a fee of $19.90 prior to the date of the test

    There will be an opportunity for students who qualify to take the STAMP 4S test for Seal of Biliteracy (and up to 4 high school credits) on Monday, October 14 at the administration building at 301 4th St. SW in Largo.  Please see the Seal of Biliteracy page for details: 

    https://www.pcsb.org/Page/28971

    OCTOBER 14:  KIDS SHOP

    10:00am-4:00pm; Empath Health, 5771 Roosevelt Boulevard, Clearwater, FL 33760

    This one-day retreat for children ages 6-17 is designed to allow children to meet and talk about what it is like to have someone they love who is sick or disabled. There will be activities, food and lots of fun. This event is free of charge although donations are welcome.

    To register or for more information, call Empath Community Counseling at (727) 523-3451.

    Empathhealth.org

    OCTOBER 14:  NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

    OCTOBER 12:  COLLEGE APPLICATION and FINANCIAL AID SUPPORT EVENT

    9am-12pm; see below for locations

    Event Location

    Event Description

    In the Media Center at:

    South County @ Boca Ciega HS

    Mid-County @ Largo HS

    North County @ Dunedin HS

    Are you looking for support for college applications, the FAFSA, and the college essay personal statement? 

    Families are encouraged to attend with their children!

    Financial aid professionals, including college representatives, will be on hand to answer questions.

    OCTOBER 11:  Virtual School VIRTUAL SCHOOL SEMESTER/SEGMENT 1 HALFWAY POINT

    Students enrolled in virtual school release period courses should be 50% complete at this point.

    Reminder that a virtual semester/segment must be completed by December 20.

    OCTOBER 11:  END OF 1ST QUARTER

    Stay on top of your grades, Warriors! Doing awesome? Stay awesome! Or, is it time to go to tutoring? Should you set up a study group? Talk to your teachers (don't worry, they won't bite) about what you can do to improve your grades (yep, there's still time, so don't give up!).

    OCTOBER 7:  PINELLAS COUNTY COLLEGE AND CAREER FAIR

    6:00pm-8:00pm; Countryside High School, 3000 State RD 580, ClearwaterCollege & Career Fair

    This 11th  Annual event gives participants the opportunity to talk to over 150 exhibitors to get free information from college administrators, vocational schools, major employers, military recruiters and more.

    OCTOBER 6:  PINELLAS COUNTY COLLEGE FAIR

    College Fair

    OCTOBER 5:  BELLE OF THE BALL HOMECOMING SHOPPING DAY

    9am-2pm; 1210 Holt Ave. Clearwater, FL 33755

    Belle of the Ball Project is a 501(C) 3 non-profit organization, which provides prom and homecoming dresses to high school girls in Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, Polk, Hernando, Citrus. and surrounding counties for their high school dances. Our mission statement is “No girl should be denied the opportunity to attend her high school dance because of financial difficulties” We are a 100% volunteer organization and rely on donations and volunteers. For volunteer and donation information, please visit our website.

    Girls can choose from over 3,000 dresses organized by size and color. Many of the dresses are new with tags. Girls qualify for a dress if they appear in person and attest that they are currently having financial difficulties. No documentation is necessary. We provide all forms. Girls also qualify if they have been referred by school or agency officials, or other non-profit organization. No referral letter is required. We operate on the honor system. Our 3,000+ dress boutique  is located at 1210 Holt Ave. Clearwater, FL 33755. Our boutique is open ONLY on designated shopping days. We are not open year round.
    All shopping days are held on Saturdays between the hours of 9am and 2pm. No appointments are necessary, nor do we make them.

    For additional information please visit our website:  Belleoftheballproject.com

    OCTOBER 3:  FRESHMAN SEMINARS MAKE-UP SESSIONS

    If you missed your Freshman Seminar, you will receive a pass for a make-up session.

    • You are to report directly to the Media Center; attendance will be taken at the seminar. The seminar will last the entire period.
    • All freshmen are expected to attend a seminar; it is required.

    SEPTEMBER 30:  SENIORS - PINELLAS EDUCATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION (PEFSA) OPENS!

    PEFSA

    SEPTEMBER 28:  COLLEGE PLANNING

    9:00am-2:00pm, Lakewood High School, 1400 5th Ave, St. Petersburg 33705

    Register by contacting Dr. Lewis Brinson of Pinellas County Schools - brinsonle@pcsb.org - 727.588.6436

    COLLEGE PLANNING

    SEPTEMBER 27:  SENIOR SEMINARS MAKE-UP SESSIONS

    If you missed Tuesday's Senior Seminars, you will receive a pass for the 4th period makeup session.

    • You are to report directly to the Media Center; attendance will be taken at the seminar. The seminar will last the entire period.
    • All seniors are expected to attend a seminar; it is required.

    SEPTEMBER 24:  SENIOR SEMINARS

    The Guidance Department will be calling Seniors down to the Media Center by last name; the specific alpha breakdown will be posted in classrooms and hallways.

    • You are to report directly to the Media Center; attendance will be taken at the seminar. The seminar will last the entire period.
    • All seniors are expected to attend the seminar; it is required.
    • Due to the large number of students attending each seminar, you are asked to attend your assigned seminar only.
    • If you are unable to attend your assigned seminar due to OJT, Dual Enrollment, or Virtual School, make-up sessions will be held 3rd and/or 4th period in the Media Center on Friday, September 27th.
    • If you miss your assigned seminar, as well as both available make-up sessions, the PowerPoint presentation will be posted on the school website for your viewing. You are still required to return all relevant paperwork back to your school counselor.

    SEPTEMBER 23-27:  FRESHMAN SEMINARS

    Ms. Sturgill will be presenting information to the Freshmen through science classes this week.

    • If you are unable to attend your assigned seminar, make-up sessions will be held on Thursday, October 3rd.
    • If you miss your scheduled seminar, as well as the available make-up sessions, the PowerPoint presentation will be posted on the school website for your viewing. You are still required to return all relevant paperwork back to Ms. Sturgill.

    SEPTEMBER 21:  FAMU TEEN TAILGATE DAY PARTY

    3:00pm-6:00pm, FAMU, 400 W. Orange Avenue, Tallahassee, FL 32307

    FAMU Teen Tailgate Day Party

    SEPTEMBER 21:  16th CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT SERVICE ACADEMY INFORMATION FAIR

    11:00am-1:00pm, Sarasota Military Academy, 801 N. Orange Avenue, Sarasota, Florida 34236

    Service Academies Represented: U.S. Military Academy (West Point), U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Marion Military Institute

    Who Should Attend:  All students in the eighth grade and higher who are interested in attending any of the nation’s military service academies and their parents.  It is important for both students and parents to understand the admission and nomination processes.  Early participation is encouraged in order to develop the strongest candidates for these highly competitive institutions.

    Information to be Presented: Successful candidates attend the academies at no cost and receive an Ivy League level education and training experience.  Each service academy will detail its program during breakout sessions after welcoming remarks by Congressman Buchanan. There will be presentations in separate areas with admissions representatives available to answer questions and provide information to students and parents.

    Contact: Joan Hansen at (941) 951-6643    

    Please RSVP by emailing me at Joan.Hansen@mail.house.gov

    SEPTEMBER 21:  USF ST. PETE OPEN HOUSE

    8:30am-1:00pm, USF St. Petersburg, 140 7th Ave. South, St. Petersburg, FL 33701

    We'd like to invite your students to attend our upcoming Open House event on September 21, 2019. Open House is a great opportunity to get a taste of what it's really like to be a USF St. Petersburg Bull.

    What can your students expect at Open House?

    Students will get to experience so much more than a typical campus visit, including opportunities to:

    • Meet with faculty and staff from their academic area of interest
    • Attend breakout sessions on the admissions process, financial aid & scholarships, the first-year experience, residence life and more
    • Explore our sunny campus on a student-led tour

    Interested students can sign up now to reserve their spot by going to usfsp.edu/events

    Our admissions application is now open!

    SEPTEMBER 21:  BELLE OF THE BALL HOMECOMING SHOPPING DAY

    9am-2pm; 1210 Holt Ave. Clearwater, FL 33755

    Belle of the Ball Project is a 501(C) 3 non-profit organization, which provides prom and homecoming dresses to high school girls in Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, Polk, Hernando, Citrus. and surrounding counties for their high school dances. Our mission statement is “No girl should be denied the opportunity to attend her high school dance because of financial difficulties” We are a 100% volunteer organization and rely on donations and volunteers. For volunteer and donation information, please visit our website.

    Girls can choose from over 3,000 dresses organized by size and color. Many of the dresses are new with tags. Girls qualify for a dress if they appear in person and attest that they are currently having financial difficulties. No documentation is necessary. We provide all forms. Girls also qualify if they have been referred by school or agency officials, or other non-profit organization. No referral letter is required. We operate on the honor system. Our 3,000+ dress boutique  is located at 1210 Holt Ave. Clearwater, FL 33755. Our boutique is open ONLY on designated shopping days. We are not open year round.
    All shopping days are held on Saturdays between the hours of 9am and 2pm. No appointments are necessary, nor do we make them.

    For additional information please visit our website:  Belleoftheballproject.com

    SEPTEMBER 16-20: SALVATION ARMY HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE REGISTRATION

    Salvation Army Holiday Assistance Registration

    SEPTEMBER 18:  A COMMUNITY CONVERSATION

    6:00pm–8:00pm, Empath Health, Gathering Place, Building 100, 5771 Roosevelt Blvd., Clearwater 33760

    Again and again we find ourselves hearing or reading about senseless acts of violence across our country. We often feel helpless and unsure how to comfort and support the children in our lives as they grapple with this information.

    Join Empath Health and members of our community as we discuss:

    • Talking to children about recent events and helping them express their feelings and concerns.
    • What to look for in children who are struggling and how to help them

    Audience participation will be encouraged and supported by Empath Health counselors specifically trained to work with children and traumatic and complex grief. Childcare and a light meal provided. This is a FREE event.

    RSVP online at: EmpathHealth.org/CommunityConversation

    Walk-ins are welcome.

    SEPTEMBER 17:  DARTMOUTH INFORMATION SESSION

    7:00pm, Tampa Preparatory School, 727 W Cass St, Tampa, FL 33606

    Dartmouth Comes to You!

    Admissions officers travel worldwide to host information sessions and also travel to hundreds of high schools, meeting with students and guidance counselors. We'd love to meet you!

    Admissions Resources:

    Register at: https://apply.dartmouth.edu/portal/near-you?id=9469b9b2-7788-4eef-ad50-1f19d53114f9

    SEPTEMBER 17:  HARVARD, PRINCETON, UVA, WELLESLEY, YALE INFORMATION SESSION

    7:00pm, Berkeley Preparatory School, 4811 Kelly Rd, Tampa, FL 33615

    Harvard, Princeton, the University of Virginia, Wellesley, and Yale would like to spend some time with you in your own backyard.

    You know our names, but find out more at our evening programs this fall.  Don’t miss your opportunity to hear admissions officers from all five schools discuss the variety of opportunities one can find at our institutions. Learn about scholarships and our generous need-based financial aid offerings.
    We are committed to making education at our schools affordable, accessible, and unforgettable.  Please join us.

    Visit: http://www.hpuwy.com/

    Register at: https://apps.admissions.yale.edu/register/?id=b4dd9a1b-251b-4f40-9df4-a3ee7e06e520

    SEPTEMBER 11:  Special Guest PINELLAS TECHNICAL COLLEGE (PTeC) LUNCH VISIT

    Stop by their table during lunch!

    Learn more about PTeC

    SEPTEMBER 9:  OPERATION GRADUATION

    The school counselors will be speaking at this month's Senior Meeting. We will be presenting an overview of the upcoming Senior Seminar. Parents will get a glimpse of the various topics and resources that will be presented to the Class of 2020.

    SEPTEMBER 7:  COLLEGE ESSAY WORKSHOP

    2:00-3:00pm, Cleawater/Countryside Library (Multi-Purpose Room), 2640 Sabal Springs Dr. 33761

    Is The College Application Essay Worrying You?

    Attend a FREE one-hour Workshop where you will learn What Colleges Really Want! (Parents and Teachers are welcome to attend.)

    Learn to write a creative, captivating personal essay that will be difficult for them to deny!

    Presenter:  Maria Gerakios (gerakiosm@pcsb.org), Honors English Teacher from Countryside High

    SEPTEMBER 7:  BELLE OF THE BALL HOMECOMING SHOPPING DAY

    9am-2pm; 1210 Holt Ave. Clearwater, FL 33755

    Belle of the Ball Project is a 501(C) 3 non-profit organization, which provides prom and homecoming dresses to high school girls in Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, Polk, Hernando, Citrus. and surrounding counties for their high school dances. Our mission statement is “No girl should be denied the opportunity to attend her high school dance because of financial difficulties” We are a 100% volunteer organization and rely on donations and volunteers. For volunteer and donation information, please visit our website.

    Girls can choose from over 3,000 dresses organized by size and color. Many of the dresses are new with tags. Girls qualify for a dress if they appear in person and attest that they are currently having financial difficulties. No documentation is necessary. We provide all forms. Girls also qualify if they have been referred by school or agency officials, or other non-profit organization. No referral letter is required. We operate on the honor system. Our 3,000+ dress boutique  is located at 1210 Holt Ave. Clearwater, FL 33755. Our boutique is open ONLY on designated shopping days. We are not open year round.
    All shopping days are held on Saturdays between the hours of 9am and 2pm. No appointments are necessary, nor do we make them.

    For additional information please visit our website:  Belleoftheballproject.com

    SEPTEMBER 3:  HURRICANE DAY

    All Pinellas County Schools and school district offices will be CLOSED on Tuesday, Sept. 3. All school-related activities are cancelled.

    Storm-related online resources:

    Pinellas County Emergency Management: http://www.pinellascounty.org/emergency/

    National Hurricane Center: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

    SEPTEMBER 2:  Labor Day LABOR DAY HOLIDAY

    No school for students.

    AUGUST 31:  Bright Futures MID-YEAR (DECEMBER) GRADUATES' BRIGHT FUTURES DEADLINE

    Mid-year (December) graduates must complete the Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) by August 31, 2019, if you wish to receive funding for the 2020 spring term. There are NO EXCEPTIONS to this application deadline. If you do not graduate mid-year as planned and wish to apply as an end-of-year graduate, you must submit the 2019-20 FFAA (which opens October 1).

    AUGUST 28:  Open House Night OPEN HOUSE NIGHT 

    6:30pm

    Students, P-L-E-A-S-E provide your parents with a written copy of your schedule. Room numbers do not show up on Parent Focus.

    AUGUST 28:  PINELLAS COUNTY YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE OPEN HOUSE

    3:00-4:30pm, 315 Court St., Clearwater, 5th Floor Conference Room

    Looking for leadership opportunities? Interested in politics? Want to learn more about County government?

    APPLY NOW: www.pinellascounty.org/yac/

    WHO: High school students grade 9-12 who are interested in participating in YAC

    WHAT: Meet and greet with County Commissioners and past YAC participants

    RSVP: yac@pinellascounty.org, 727-464-3568

    AUGUST 23:  Special Guest NATIONAL AVIATION ACADEMY (NAA) LUNCH VISIT

    Stop by their table during lunch!

    Learn more about NAA

    AUGUST 23:  Dual Enrollment OFF-CAMPUS (SPC) DUAL ENROLLMENT DROP DEADLINE

    This is the last day students may drop an SPC Dual Enrollment course without penalty. After the fifth day of the term, students will have a W on their transcript.

    AUGUST 21:  LAST DAY TO SUBMIT A SCHEDULE CORRECTION FORM

    This is the last day you may turn in a form to your counselor.

    AUGUST 20:  Dual Enrollment ON-CAMPUS (OHS) DUAL ENROLLMENT DROP DEADLINE

    This is the last day students may drop an Osceola Dual Enrollment course without penalty. After the fifth day of the term, students will have a W on their transcript.

    AUGUST 20:  LAST DAY TO PICK UP A SCHEDULE CORRECTION FORM

    Schedule correction forms will be available during lunches from August 14th-20th.

    • A form is required for each class you wish to change (e.g., you will need two forms if you wish to change two of your classes).
    • Forms that lack a parent signature will not be accepted.
    • Submitting a form is not a guarantee that your schedule will be changed.
    • Requests submitted via phone or email will not be accepted.

    We do not change:

    • Classes that were requested, unless you wish to increase the rigor of your schedule
    • Teachers
    • Class periods
    • Lunches

    AUGUST 14: Back to School IT'S BACK TO SCHOOL, WARRIORS! 

    We hope you had a great vacation and that you are refreshed and ready for the new year!

     

    Students in Virtual courses, make sure to activate your classes ASAP if you have not already done so!

     

    If there is an error concerning your schedule, you are to fill out a "Schedule Correction Form," one for each class in question. This form must be completed in its entirety, including all required signatures, and submitted to guidance by August 21 for the request to be reviewed.

    No phone messages or emails will be accepted for schedule corrections. This is to ensure that all students have their schedules corrected quickly and efficiently.

    The process for schedule corrections is as follows:

    1. Students may pick up a "Schedule Correction Form" during lunch at the guidance table in the cafeteria between August 14 - August 20.
    2. The form(s) must be filled out by a parent, student, and teacher. We will return any incomplete forms if all three sections are not completed.
    3. Return the completed form(s) to the guidance table in the cafeteria, during lunches, by Wednesday, August 21.

    Just a reminder: The form is for schedule corrections ONLY. Change of mind requests at this late date will not be honored. If you received what you requested or received one of your alternates, you will need to remain in that class. Schedule corrections also will not be honored for period preference, lunch preference, teacher preference, and/or personal opinion of the difficulty of a course.

    SUMMER VACATION:  COMPLETE YOUR SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS!

    If you've forgotten which classes you signed up for:

    • Log into your Focus account.
    • Change the year to “2019-2020” in the drop-down menu.
    • Click on “My Information”.
    • Click on “Class Requests” in the drop-down menu.

    DO NOT MAKE ANY CHANGES TO YOUR CLASS REQUESTS.

    The school may make the following changes to your requests:

    • An elective may be dropped in order to add a Reading class based on your FSA ELA scores.
    • Your math choice may be changed based on your math grades and EOC scores.

    AGAIN, DO NOT MAKE ANY CHANGES TO YOUR CLASS REQUESTS.

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