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WHS Counseling Newsletter- December 2019
10th grade PCCRs
You will leave your PCCR with your list of requested courses. You will need to input your course requests into the computer. Instructions will be given to you at the PCCR. You must enter your course requests by DEC. 20th.
Upcoming tutorials offered by counselors
Counselors' Corner-(Open) Dec 5, 12, 13, 19, 20 A variety of topics, including resiliency....and you might be surprised with yummy treats occasionally!
CAPS spotlight- (Open) Dec 10- Are you interested in the medical field? Come and meet Dr. Garrett Davis, orthopedic surgeon to learn more
More to come!! Check your Swarm schedule!
WHS Food Pantry
Did you know that WHS has their own food pantry? Good nutrition is a part of students' academic success. We want to make sure all students have access to food, no student should go without! If you are aware of a student in need of food, please contact a counselor so that resources can be offered to that student and family.
Eligibility: Any family of a Wasatch County School District student in need is welcome.
Open: 15 minutes every school day from 7:45-8:00am and after school from 3:00-3:30pm Tuesdays thru Fridays.
Donations accepted! You can drop off donations to West Campus anytime they are open. Most needed items: cereal, cups of Ramen (chicken is the favorite), granola bars, pop tarts, cases of water, fruit snacks, single serve oatmeal, uncooked rice, uncooked bags of black beans and pinto beans, fruit cups, and juice boxes.
Tutorial @ WHS
"Open" means that any student is welcome to attend that tutorial. These tutorials could be study halls, enrichment activities, or organized group (clubs) meetings.
"Closed" means that only students who are requested by the teacher are invited to attend. These students have been identified as having not learned the essential standards in their class and tutorial time is a time to reteach concepts, retake tests, check for understanding, etc.
Please talk to your student and ask them how they are using their tutorial time. It is a great time to get homework done as well! Student who are not attending a tutorial are marked absent; the absence is recorded under their advisory class.
FOR 11th GRADERS!!! Utah Boys/Girls State Program- for more information visit https://www.utlegion.org/youth-programs/ . Application opens January 1, 2020
Regents' Scholarship- Deadline is Dec 6th!! visit https://www.utahfutures.org/regents-scholarship to apply
Comcast Leaders & Achievers- Deadline is Dec 6th!! visit www.comcastleadersandachieversscholarship.com to apply
Dream Weber Scholarship- will you be attending Weber State Univ? Is your household income less than $40,000? Get full tuition and fees through the DreamWeber scholarship! Priority Deadline is Dec. 1st. visit https://www.weber.edu/dreamweber/apply.html
CTE Scholarship- Deadline is Jan 31st, 2020. Click on the flyer below for more info. Contact teacher Kristen DiStefano for more information
Social/Emotional Events and Info
NAMI Workshops - National Alliance on Mental Health
Other workshops in Utah County and Salt Lake are available for individuals or families. Call 385-246-5931 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
More info can be found at www.namiut.org
Community Events & Resources
CCPC Operation Hope
Families must pre-register to be recipients of the Operation Hope Toy Drive. Wasatch County families may register during the times/dates listed below:
11/27 - noon to 3pm - CCPC Heber Valley Food Pantry 55 East Center Street
12/3 - 9am to noon - CCPC Heber Valley Food Pantry 55 East Center Street
12/12 - noon to 5:30pm - CCPC Heber Valley Food Pantry 55 East Center Street
CCPC Food Pantry
Snacks in Backpacks: Each week during the school year, we deliver healthy snack bags to Park City and Heber students, ensuring that they have food to eat over the weekend.
Heber Campus Food Pantry
Monday—Saturday 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
5 East Center Street
Heber City, UT
How can you donate food, or needed items, to the food pantry?
Food donations may be made at the food pantry during hours of operation. You may call the food pantry for a list of most needed foods. Presently, in addition to food items, we are in need of baby wipes and diapers, along with baby formula, that we give out to our customers.
BYU clarification of required transcripts for admissions
"Applications to BYU require ALL graded academic work to be reported at time of application.
High school grades are self-reported but should match an official transcript, which will be required if admitted.
All graded college credit must be reported and an official transcript must be received BEFORE the applicant can submit by the deadline of December 16.
For questions, please refer them to ymessage.byu.edu or 801-422-4104."
If you are applying to BYU and have questions regarding transcripts, please call the number above.
Some schools offer great prospective student events!
Snow College- SnowBlast! Nov 22-23 visit https://www.snow.edu/admissions/snowblast.html for more info
Dixie State- Dixie Preview, Dec 6-7, visit https://explore.dixie.edu/visit-dixie-state-university/dsu-preview/ for more info