Happy New Year Huskies!
We hope you enjoyed your winter break and took advantage of your time off to connect with your loved ones. With a new year, comes new beginnings. Let's start this semester strong and create new goals to accomplish. Your school counselors are thrilled to be part of your continued success and provide you with the support and encouragement you deserve.
In This Issue....
- 2nd Semester Schedule Changes?
- 2022-23 Registration At A Glance
- Senior Individual Learning Plans
- Office Hours
- College & Career Spotlight
- Scholarship Information
- Mental Wellness Resources
Need to make a schedule change?
Courses are a year-long commitment at Centennial High School. There are very few changes second semester. Some balancing will occur and it may involuntarily make adjustments to student schedules. This cannot be avoided and if a student is moved for balancing, the original schedule cannot be recovered. Thank you ahead of time for your understanding.
Appropriate changes may include a senior who requests late start, early release, or to support school operations with school service. With availability, some students may add a credit recovery course as well.
When to see your school counselor:
- There is a missing class in the schedule
- There is a wrong class in the schedule
- The teacher changed, but you have the same class and the same period
- You have a duplicated course in your schedule
School counselors are often approached for the following, which are prohibited by the school's schedule changing policy:
- Picking a different teacher for 2nd semester
- Picking a preferred lunch
- Schedule matching with friends
- Picking periods for particular classes
- Switching out of a year-long course
If you wish to discuss any possible changes to your schedule, then please come at lunch to see your school counselor within the first week of school.
Let the start of the second semester commence!
2022-23 Registration At A Glance
Senior Individual Learning Plan (ILP) Meetings
- A review of graduation status and what must be completed to graduate
- The completion of the Senior ILP letter that will be signed and mailed home to parents
- A discussion about life after high school
- Support that can be offered by the school counselor to complete any tasks in preparation for post-secondary goals
School counselors value being a critical support as seniors prepare for their final semester in high school.