Success is not final;

Failure is not fatal.

Today you are you, that is truer than true!

Me, being the personality color of "orange" , am impulsive, artistic, witty, generous, and spontaneous. I will always need freedom. I listen for entertainment. If the message isnt interesting, I more than likely wouldn't listen. I want to start acting on the message immediately. I am a fast paced speaker. I rather have a loud, short conversation. I offten interupt, but I am very straightforward. I am frustrated easilly. Mostly by formality, slow paces, and steps.

Blue

  • Trustworthy
  • Loyal
  • Emotional

*Core Need: Relationship*


Listening: Focuses on more than the words, watches tone and body language


Communication: Personal, expresses emotion while speaking, well mannered, indirect


Frustrations: Negativity, rudeness, conflict

Gold

  • Organized
  • Realistic
  • Dependable

*Core Need: Responsibility*


Listening: Focuses on specific deatails, doesn't like conversations that go off topic


Communication: Prefers writing, direct, step by step


Frustrations: Rule breakers, wasting time, laziness

Green

  • Curious
  • High Standards
  • Rational

*Core Need: Competency*


Listening: Listens for material needed to solve problem, tunes out trivia


Communication: To the point, logical facts, thinks before speaking


Frustrations: Small talk, failure, being wrong in public

You can't wait for inspiration, you have to go after it with a club.

I am more "right" brained than "left". That means I am more creative than analytical. So, if you present me with a math problem like, 30-21x+28x+21-14x=65, I would laugh in your face. but if you asked me to sing in the talent show, I will gladly accept. I enjoy expressing myself in ways that no one else has ever thought of. I enjoy choir, acting, and forensics.

“True terror is to wake up one morning and discover that your high school class is running the country."

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FRESHMAN YEAR

Become familiar with college entrance requirements.

Begin researching your career choices and the educational requirements of each.

Plan your four-year graduation plan.

Make sure that your program of studies includes at least two or three years of a language other than English.

Develop good study habits.

Participate in a variety of extracurricular activities.

If you are enrolled in Pre-AP mathematics and language arts courses, plan to take the PSAT

Read a wide range of books as a supplement to school assignments.

Begin to volunteer within the Bentonville community, maintain a record of your activities.

Inventory your test-taking abilities and read materials on the PSAT, SAT, and ACT.


SOPHMORE YEAR

Check Credits to make sure you are on schedule.

Check college websites for course requirements.

Visit Career Center to learn more about universities and careers.

Consider participating in clubs/activities.

Review for and take the PSAT.

Study your PSAT score report.

Maintain good grades.

Review and continue reviewing career choices.

Take interest inventory.



JUNIOR YEAR

Check Credits for graduation!

Log on to Tassel Time to find out how to pay for college.

Register for SAT prep class.

Take PSAT for National Merit Scholar.

Study college info.

Participate in SAT/ACT prep program.

Take SAT or ACT

Visit college campuses.



SENIOR YEAR

Check your credits for graduation.

Register for and take college admissions test.

Begin requesting application materials.

Start applying for scholarships and grants.

Check college websites for applications, housing, financial aid, required exams, ect.

Register to take the appropriate college exam.

Get recommendation letters, and prepare resume.

Schedule college tours.

Meet with college representatives.

Fill out and complete application forms.

Begin gathering financial info.

Research scholarships and loans.

Check all deadlines.

Look for acceptance letters.

Write a letter of acceptance to the college of your choice.

Finalize plans for housing, financial aids, ect.

Register for Advanced Placement Test.

Graduation Day

Thursday, May 18th 2017 at 10:30am-12:30pm

1270 Leroy Pond Drive

Fayetteville, AR

This will be at Bud Walton Arena.

Students must be at the school by 9:50am.

Parents will check in at the front office and students will gather in the gym to get your caps and gowns.

Survices will begin at 10:30 SHARP!

College isn't the place to go for ideas.

Arkansas Razorback Hog Call

I chose University of Arkansas

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A cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education...in Visual and Performing Arts!

I am majoring in Visual and Preforming Arts. Some jobs I can get with that degree are:

  • Photographer
  • Musician and Singer
  • Communications Arts Teacher



Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs.

Delsoto Middle School

Communication Arts teacher for 7th and 8th graders