MTV Counseling Center Newsletter

5-18-2020

From Your Counseling Team

Now is the time to reach out to teachers, engage in the work and finish strong.
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As of May 18th, there are 24 more school days for the 2019-2020 school year.

AP Test-Takers

If you had a problem with or missed your May AP exam and need to test in June, make sure you know about troubleshooting tips prior to the test date.


If you had a technical issue during your May exam, review the troubleshooting tips and request an E-ticket from College Board for the June test date.


You should receive your E-ticket through the email you provided to College Board two days prior to your test. You will receive an E-ticket for each exam you take that is unique to you.

Virtual Job Shadowing Continued

Explore Washington Careers in Online Discussion Series for Students


May is Career Connected Learning Month in Washington. Every school day at 3:30 PM, students can go to CareerConnect@Home and hear from people doing different types of jobs in our state.

We concluded our Student Career Survey last Sunday and are excited about the responses. The top 4 professionals that we are planning to interview each Wednesday in June will be: Photographers, Fashion Designers, Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists, & Child, Family, and School Social Workers.

To finish off May's interviews, invite your students to register for any or all of the following:

  • May 18: Veterinarian
  • May 20: Healthcare Admin
  • May 27: Musicians
Register here

More information here.

Need an Official Transcript? Click on the Link Below

Seniors: Want to know what all those graduation honor cords and colors represent?

What are Colleges Saying About How it Will Look Next Year?

Check out the Fastweb site to see what colleges are saying about next Fall. From online learning to in classroom instruction.

4 Steps to Designing a Path to Scholarship Success

College Express has come up with easy to follow steps to guide students to find success when planning and applying for Scholarships.

Financial Aid Appeals

If your financial situation has changed since filing your FAFSA, the Washington Council has provided guidance as to how to submit a Financial Aid Appeal.

Congratulations Shrisha Menon for being named a National Merit Scholar!

Summer School Flyer

If you missed last week's newsletter and wanted to register for Summer School for either credit recovery for juniors and seniors or for credit advancement in Health and PE for all others then check out the Summer School Flyer.

Your Counseling Team

Adam Albaugh - Freshman Counselor - adam.albaugh@evergreenps.org


Phaedra Baldwin - Senior College Bound Scholarship Counselor - phaedra.baldwin@evergreenps.org


Michele Miller - Senior Counselor - michele.miller@evergreenps.org


Troy O'Dell - Junior Counselor - troy.odell@evergreenps.org


Betsy Schott - ELL and Thunder Academy Counselor - elizabeth.schott@evergreenps.org


Cindi Woodward - Sophomore Counselor - cindi.woodward@evergreenps.org


Diana Grace - Counseling Secretary - diana.grace@evergreenps.org