Upcoming Important Dates
October 1st FASFA Application opens
October 5th- Deadline for Early Application recommendation counselor appointments
October 6th- SAT Test
October 15th- Recommendation appointments for regular decision applications begin (see info in the counseling class on My Connect)
October 12th- PSAT
October 17th- PUSD College & Career Fair
October 24-25th- Quarter 1 Finals
October 26th- No School/ Pro Grow
October 29th- ACT Test
Remember here are some ways to stay connected!
Text to 81010 or 858-215-6489
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You can also stay up do date on scheduled activities by accessing monthly calendars below.
From Hopelessness to Hope and Healing
Saturday, Oct. 13th, 8:30am-3:30pm
Californis State University San Marcos- 103 Campus View Drive
The Community Alliance for Healthy Minds (CAHM) is dedicated to helping individuals and families lead happier, healthier lives through improved mental wellness.
The 2018 CAHM Forum, co-hosted by the California State University Institute for Palliative Care at California State University San Marcos, is designed to provide education, support, resources, skill- building and stigma-reduction to the community.
Help support your community for better mental health and substance abuse recovery. Click the following link to register for the Community Alliance for Healthy Minds http://www.cahmsd.org/rsvp
Parents want the best for their kids. We want them to have the self-awareness, confidence, and direction they need to live a great story.
A must-see documentary shining light on anxiety. This new film created to start community conversations about anxiety and provides tools, resources, and hope. Will have two screenings at RBHS on Nov 7 & 15th.
9th District PTA has partnered with Rady Children’s Hospital to hold a county-wide forum for parents/guardians to learn, engage, and plan together to address the problem of youth suicide, specifically focused on young people between the ages of 10-19
Post High School Planning
With WUE, out-of-state students pay no more than 150% of in-state tuition at participating schools, compared with nonresident rates that can exceed 300% of in-state rates- averaging $9,000/year!
UC & CSU App Workshop
Wednesday, Oct. 10th, 9am
Community College & Career Tech Workshop
Wednesday, Oct. 24th, 8am
An overnight program designed to expose high-achieving, traditionally underrepresented (African American, Asian American, biracial/multiracial, Latino/a, Native American, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander) high school seniors to Bucknell University
Northrop Grumman High School Involvement Program (HIP) Internship
Monday, Oct. 29th, 11:15am-12pm
WV Room A104
General information about the internship program:
-The purpose of HIP: Provide high school students with real life work experience in a corporate environment. Also, expose high school students to new and different career fields.
-Benefits: Explore new and different STEM-related career fields. Improve resume. Potential opportunities for summer jobs, post high school paid internships, and/or a $300 scholarship for continued education.
· Begins Spring Term (early February until late May)
· The 2019 HIP Program dates are: 2/2019 – 5/2019 (official dates will be email to you all)
· Earn 10 Elective Credits
· Unpaid internship
· 17 weeks; ten hours a week (schedule must be the same each week)
· (HIP Hours 1:00-3:30p.m.)
· Attendance reporting and evaluation will be completed during the program
· High School Senior
· GPA 3.0 or greater (proof of transcript and attendance records are required)
· Courses or extra-curricular involvement in one (or more) of the following: CyberPatriot, Robotics Club, Project Lead the Way coursework, Computer Science coursework, AP Math or AP Science courses.
· A complete application
· In person group interview (December)
· (Optional/Supplemental Items): Resume & Cover Letter, Personal Statement, and Letter of Recommendation)