NUAMES NORTH Counseling Center
CHECK YOUR SECOND SEMESTER SCHEDULE
Please Check for the Following:
- Make sure you have English, Math, Science
- Make sure you have Social Studies class (exception is CE HIST 1700 is only for one semester)
- Make sure you have Engineering if you are in 10th and 11th grades OR if you're a senior still needing 2 years of Engineering (Requirement is Engineering =2 years of SEAT TIME)
- Make sure your teachers match from one semester to another
- Make sure you have 8 classes
- Make sure you have a WSU Placeholder for each WSU Early College course you're taking
EMAIL YOUR COUNSELOR IF YOU NEED CORRECTIONS
You can email your counselor at the following email addresses:
- Last Names A-L: email@example.com
- Last Names M-Z: firstname.lastname@example.org
TUTORING FOR BETTER GRADES!
Falling Behind in your Classes? Extra Time = Better Grades!
- There are LOTS of options available
- Can help with subject OR just give you time to get your homework completed
- See your Counselor to sign up!
- Parents can also request tutoring through the survey that was sent by email
EVERYDAY STRONG PARENT EDUCATION CLASS
12 DAYS OF SCHOLARSHIPS - KEYS TO SUCCESS
UTAH COLLEGE & FINANCIAL AID AWARENESS YOUTUBE CHANNEL
Check out the Utah College and Financial Aid Awareness YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@utahcollegeaccess/videos
Examples of Video Topics:
- Paying for College
- FAFSA Walkthrough
- What is FAFSA
- Should I Borrow Federal Loans
- 4 Tips for Applying to College
- College Resources for Dreamers
- Concurrent Enrollment
- 4 Steps for Applying for Scholarships
December Scholarships Newsletter
- Go to this link: http://www.nuamescounseling.com/scholarships--fafsa.html
- Scroll down to "Monthly Scholarship Opportunities"
- Open the DECEMBER SCHOLARSHIPS
- Apply for scholarships that fit YOU!
Foot Locker Scholar Athletes' Scholarship
- Date Opens: December 5
- Amount = $20,000 (20 awards given)
- Grades: 9-12
- Details: Two 500-word essays. For athletes that exhibit good sportsmanship, good moral character, leadership, academic excellence and come from diverse backgrounds. Interviews will be held in January and February.
- APPLICATION LINK: HERE
WHEN THE HOLIDAYS ARE HARD
Tips for Surviving the Holidays when You're Sad
Here are some great tips for surviving the holiday blues from Linda Walter from Psychology Today (https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/life-without-anxiety/201212/10-tips-surviving-the-holidays)!
- Stick to your routine: A change in routine can lead to additional stress. Try to exercise at your usual time, go to meetings that you normally go to, and stick to as normal a diet as you possibly can.
- Be realistic, and try not to expect the “ideal” holiday: We can feel disappointed when the holidays don't live up to our expectations. Try to be realistic. Remember, nobody has a perfect holiday or perfect family.
Stay Connected: Make sure to leave time to spend with friends and/or family who value you. And if they don’t live close by, call them for a “reality check” or some “grounding.” Remember to ask for support if you need it.
- Don't be alone if you don't want to be. If you anticipate spending the holidays alone, try to volunteer somewhere, like in a soup kitchen, with children in group homes, or the elderly in various facilities. People will so appreciate you that you may feel better about yourself, but more importantly, you’ll have company.
- Focus on Today, not Yesterday: There’s something about being with family and old friends that makes us become who we were and not who we are. When you find yourself reverting to old childhood patterns with family members, try to walk away for a minute and remember who you are now.
- Just say no: It’s OK to say no when you’re asked to do more than you can. It’s fine to say no to some invitations and fine to say no to those asking for favors. Remember, this is your holiday, too!
- Ask for Help: Holidays are often a time people attempt to take on too much or do too much on their own. It’s OK to ask for help from family and friends. Whether for decorating, shopping, cooking, or a shoulder to lean on, ask.
- Be good to yourself: If you’re feeling blue, pamper yourself. Do what feels good, and what you want to do. Try to take a walk or spend time alone, if that’s what you want. Remember, this is your holiday, too, and you can be there for yourself just like you try to be for everyone else.
- Dec 1: Night of Hope Community Event 6:00-8:00 PM
- Dec 2: Opportunity Scholarship Application Priority Deadline for Seniors!
- Dec 12-16: WSU Class Finals
- Dec 14: Davis Tech FAFSA Night (NUAMES students welcome!) 4:00-7:00 PM
- Dec 15: Everyday Strong Parenting Class (see flyer above)
- Dec 16: NUAMES Game Day
- Dec 19: Weber State Ogden Campus Multicultural Youth Conference 8:30-1:30
- Dec 20: EARLY DISMISSAL/Adjusted Bell Schedule and Talent Show
Interested in Weber State Multicultural Youth Conference?
- Register here -----> https://weber.edu/myc
- Students must be in good standing in their current classes to attend. It is the student's responsibility to communicate with teachers and catch up on the work that was missed while they are at the conference.
- Students must have a signed parent consent form to participate in this event. (See Form Below)
PARENT AND FAMILY RESOURCES
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