September 2022 Newsletter
High School Counseling office
Set your Goals Now for this School year! Welcome back to High School!
- GOALS- why?
- Goals Give You Direction. ...
- Goal Setting Helps You Identify What's Important to You. ...
- Setting Goals Helps Us Measure Progress Towards Success. ...
- Goals Help You Stay Motivated. ...
- Setting Goals Keeps You Accountable
MOTIVATED to SET YOUR GOALS NOW ??
Suicide Prevention Month is September !
- September 10, 2022
- 9 AM program
- 10 AM WALK
- National Suicide Number 1-800-273-8255
- Text 741-741
COLLEGE BOUND SENIORS !
September is College Application Time!
It's time to plan for your future plans! It is time to have a career path ..through CTC or job training or college! September is time for a meeting with your HS counselor ! We will meet in small groups to do a survey ! Then you will have a plan to focus on and we can work individually if more help and time is needed.
How to Apply to College :
GO to your 2 year college websites to apply !
PA State Colleges : https://www.passhe.edu/university/Pages/Our-Universities.aspx
12th grade FCR SAT SCHOOL DAY--is October 12th & signups for SENIORS only with Mrs. Botjer In September.
Financial AID/FAFSA completion Night is November 2rd, 2022 @ 6 PM
COLLEGE VISITS @ Lunch and Learn
Johnson College- 9/22
Mansfield , Lockhaven, Bloomsburg --9/29
University of Scranton -9/30
Smart Futures: Grades 9-11th
See Mrs. Erdmann (Senior Project Advisor) or see Mrs. Lionetti for login and assistance with Smart Futures.
All High School students can now log in and plan your future career and start your career portfolio(graduation requirement ) for Senior year! (Use the login with Google button)
High School Success for 9-12th
7 Tips for Academic Success in High School
- Explore and Find Your Passions. ...
- Learn for Growth, Not Just Your GPA. ...
- Work On Time Management Skills. ...
- Get Involved in Your Community. ...
- Utilize Your Resources. ...
- Prioritize Your Health. ...
- Create Your Own List of Success Tips.
Resource for Sexual Assaults and Teens
Open communication can be a challenge with teens, but it’s an important part of keeping them safe. As teens become more independent and spend more time with friends and other activities, it’s important to keep the lines of communication open and let your teen know they can trust you. Learn more about talking to kids and teens about sexual assault.
Remember, you are not alone. If you suspect sexual abuse you can talk to someone who is trained to help. Call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800.656.HOPE (4673) or chat online at online.rainn.org.