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Fall 2020 Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent Teacher Conferences- Fall 2020 Parent teacher conferences are scheduled for November 12 from 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm. If you would like to meet with me via zoom, please send me an email or call the grade school or high . . .

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Scholarship Update

Scholarships I have started the process of sending out scholarships to the senior students. There is a plethora of scholarships that will go out throughout the year, some local, some state, and some national. They pertain to . . .

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NEKCAP Covid Relief Fund

If you have been financially effected by Covid, NEKCAP has funds available to help you get back on your feet. They can help with a variety of bills you may have. Visit www.nekcap.org to create an account, apply, and learn if you . . .

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ACT Information

    ACT Information   Date Regular Deadline Late Fee Required Photo . . .

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Senior Financial Aid Zoom Meeting

Dear Senior Parent, In the past, we have hosted a Senior Financial Aid night. This year with things being a little different, we are offering a Senior Financial Aid Night meeting through Zoom on October 28, 2020 at 5:30 PM. The . . .

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  T he Kansas legislature appropriated money to provide one free ACT assessment and one free WorkKeys suite of assessments to all public high school juniors and seniors who have not had the opportunity to take them.  . . .

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Pre College Curriculum & Kansas Scholars Curriculum

What classes your student should be taking...

KansasScholars_Aug2016.pdf KS Pre College Curriculum.pdf -Kansas colleges may except you if you are in track with the pre-college curriculum  KANSAS SCHOLARS CURRICULUM Consists of the following: English . . .

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Social and Emotional

THE TROJAN CODE Safe Environment :  I will maintain a safe environment for others and myself Appropriate Conversation : My words must be appropriate Positive Public Behavior . . .

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Suicide Prevention/Anti-Bullying

Know the warning signs and how everyone can help prevent it: https://www.kvc.org/blog/raising-awareness-and-reducing-stigma-suicide-prevention-month/ . . .

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Scholarships and FASFA

Information/applications/Additional Career Planning Resources

  Scholarship and FASFA information Located here (Updated 10/18/17):  FASFA-Scholarships requirements (003).docx Scholarship website: https://www.fastweb.com/   . . .

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Students interested in becoming a CNA, CMA, HHA or EMT


If you are interested in becoming a CNA, CMA, HHA or EMT please let Ms. Paden know.  I have information on where and when, which class slots are still available to do this semester.  These classes are free since you are still in . . .

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  Where to sign up: http://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/registration.html What you need to have when you sign up: About 40 Minutes – In addition to choosing a test date and location, you . . .

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******************************* Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership, or HOBY*********************** If you are unfamiliar with HOBY: it is a four-day leadership seminar for high school sophomores, where we . . .

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Information for nearby colleges

As schools send me information I will put it in this article so you can easily access what they give me.

I will try to put the information that colleges have in alphabetical order by college name   If visiting a college on a school day you will need to fill out a permission slip form and return it:  Collegevisitpermission . . .

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Students taking classes through Highland CC

Dual Credit (Sociology, Composition/English, CTE course, and/or College Algebra)

Students interested in taking CTE courses for college credit (which can also count as a credit for high school) can enroll now for the spring 2018 semester.  Classes are free! Students only have to pay for the online book which is . . .

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