OHS COMPASS 12/02/2020
Compass Newsletter - OHS Counseling Dept
Counseling and Career Center Newsletter
Welcome to the OHS counselor bi-monthly newsletter!
Compass (formerly known as TMM) will not meet in person until potentially second semester so this will be it's replacement.
Attendance - make sure you are logging into Infinite Campus to do your attendance each day. Click here for information on how to set a daily reminder.
How to Connect Schoology to your Google Calendar: click here
How to organize your email: click here
Tutors- if you need help in a class, NHS students are available. If you're interested in meeting with someone, please fill out this form: Request a Tutor
PSEO students - Please send your counselor a copy of your second semester schedule. Also, if you are not passing a class this semester, you need to get in touch with your OHS counselor as soon as possible!
Questions??? Reach out to your counselor!
If you missed the virtual college and career fair, here is someInformation on local careers: click here
Interested in taking a tour of a local business? Completing a job shadow or an internship? Click the link below for some great opportunities! Questions, reach out to Anisha Zak email@example.com
Senior checklist -
Apply to college along with transcripts?
Local scholarship information - that can be found here
Apply for housing?
Finalize information - FAFSA, housing, course registration, etc.
Keep your OHS grades up as you will need to send a final transcript to the school you are attending once you graduate from OHS.
If you missed the virtual college and career fair, here is some Information on colleges: click here. You will find a lot of information on colleges, scholarship information along with information on FAFSA, etc. Check it out!
Social Emotional Learning
Needing support with mental health, academics, or college and career information? Please connect with your counselor-
Ms. Langlois (Last names A-E) - Click here
Ms. Craig (Last names F-K) - Click here
Ms. Lageson (Last names L-R) -Click Here
Ms. McKay (Last names S-Z) - Click here
Why do I need to have a routine each day?
The importance of a routine is critical during these times - getting the right amount of sleep and exercise, eating healthy foods, are all just a few factors in helping maintain balance. Having a routine also combat boredom too. Read more here from Psychology Today:
If you are in crisis, please reach out to the Crisis Response Team: 1-844-CRISIS2
If you haven't done so already, please complete the following tasks in Naviance
Login: Through Clever
Password: Lunch Pin
9th grade: Complete the career cluster finder
10th grade: Complete the career cluster finder
11th grade: Save 2 of your favorite colleges you saw in the virtual college Powerpoint
12th grade: Save 2 of your favorite colleges you saw in the virtual college Powerpoint
Secretary: Roxi Stewart - firstname.lastname@example.orgLast names A-E: Tami Langlois - email@example.com
Last names F-K: Sara Craig - firstname.lastname@example.org
Last names L-R: Amy Lageson - email@example.com
Last names S-Z: Margo McKay - firstname.lastname@example.org