Counselor Crow's Nest
Looking Out for Our Buccaneers Week of 3/23/2020
Dawn.Neely@cobbk12.org (A-D, Chatt. Tech. Dual Enrollment)
Robin.Rohrbach@cobbk12.org (E-K, KSU Dual Enrollment)
Kristi.Turner@cobbk12.org (L-Q, Department Chair)
Haley.Welch@cobbk12.org (L-Q, Department Chair)
Allyson.Rich@cobbk12.org (Counseling Clerk)
Tips & Tricks
How to Scan a Document Using your iPhone or iPad
2. Create a New Note
3. Tap the More button just above the keyboard. It looks like a camera symbol.
4. Tap Scan Document from the list of options.
5. Line up the document you want to scan.
6. If the scanner doesn't automatically scan, tap the shutter button to manually scan it.
7. Tap Keep Scan and scan the next page of your document.
8. Repeat the step above for each page you want to scan.
9. Tap Save when you've scanned all of the pages you want in 1 document.
10. Your Keyboard will pop up. Give your document a title
11. Tap Done.
Your note should automatically be saved in your Notes as a PDF
12. With the note open, tap on the scanned document to get an expanded view.
13. Press the Share button in the upper right corner of the screen.
14. You can now text, email, print, move to a folder, or save to files by scrolling through options.
How to Scan a Document on Your Android Phone/Device
1. Open the Google Drive App on your Android.
2. Tap on the large plus button located on the bottom right corner of your screen.
3. Tap on the Folder option to create a new folder for storing your documents.
4. You will see a popup asking your to Name the folder.
5. Tap on the Scanned Documents folder you just created.
6. Tap on the large blue plus button.
7. Tap on the scan option (this will open the camera of your Android)
8. Take a picture of the document
9. You will now see a preview of the document.
10. Save as a PDF by tapping on the check mark icon.
11. Tap on the plus button to scan the next page of the document.
To Print, Share or Send Documents
12. Open the Google Drive App
13. Open the scanned document
14. Tap on the 3-dot menu icon
Family Dinner Conversation Starters
Use this time to get to know one another a little better. Here are some ideas for family conversations!
Wednesday: If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Thursday: What was the first thing you thought of when you woke up this morning?
Friday: If you could plan a family trip, where would we go and what would we do?
Saturday: What is the nicest thing anyone has ever said to you?
Sunday: If you could be in any movie, what movie would you choose?
Monday: What do you like most about the person to your right?
Tuesday: Tell us about your favorite family memory.
Applerouth Online Events
To view all upcoming events and to register, please visit: https://www.applerouth.com/calendar
Wednesday, March 25th 8:00pm EDT / 5:00pm PDT
What to Do if your SAT or ACT was Canceled - [Sign up]
If your spring SAT or ACT was canceled, please join our founder, Dr. Jed Applerouth to learn the steps you can take to make sure you are prepared once testing resumes.
Thursday, March 26th 8:00pm EDT / 5:00pm PDT
Study Skills for Remote Learning
So you're learning from home with little structure and organization to your day. How do you stay on task and get organized? Join expert teacher John Cadenhead to learn best practices for spacing your work, learning on your own, and getting things done in this new remote learning world. [Sign up]
Tuesday, April 7th 8:00pm EDT / 5:00pm PDT
SAT vs. ACT
The SAT and ACT have both experienced updates and changes in the recent years. Come learn about the main differences between the two tests, how to decide which one is better for your child, when to take them, how much to prepare for them, and more. (Sign up)
Take an Online Practice Test
We offer online, proctored SAT and ACT practice tests every month, where your students can experience the testing environment without the pressure of an official score. Sign up for a free practice test here.
Step-by-step instructions to help you complete an application.
USG Changes SAT/ACT Requirements for GA Colleges
Many schools in the University System of Georgia, such as Kennesaw State University, Georgia State University and Georgia Southern University, have suspended the SAT/ACT requirement due to the cancellation of the March, April and May tests. (This does NOT include University of Georgia or Georgia Tech, as they have already accepted their freshman class and already have a student wait list established.)
For a list of specific University System of Georgia schools and their plans related to the Coronavirus, please go to this link - https://www.usg.edu/coronavirus/institutions
Also, please remember – If you are applying to college while we are out of school, you must do the following in order to send your transcript:
1-Add the name of the college to your list of schools in your Naviance account.
2- Email your counselor to let him/her know you have added a new college and that you need a transcript sent.
Reach out to your counselor if you have questions or need help!