JUNIOR CLASS COUNSELOR - CLASS OF 2020
Mr. Ben Baldwin, 719-391-3112, firstname.lastname@example.orgATTENTION NEXT YEAR'S SENIORS INTERESTED IN JOINING NJROTC!If you have ever thought about joining NJROTC but don't sign up for it because you don't want to join a freshman/sophomore level class, you don't have to be enrolled in a freshman/sophomore level Naval Science class as a senior. If you are interested in NJROTC and have a 2.5 GPA, you can enroll directly into a Naval Science III or IV class. You can talk to Major Davis, Master Chief Melonas or your guidance counselor about adding NJROTC to your schedule for next year!
March 1, 2019
Dear Parent and Student,
Juniors will take the SAT on April 9, 2019 at Widefield High School. We will register all juniors March 18-22, 2019 through their American History classes. There is a portion of the registration that asks for personal information – Student Data Questionnaire. This portion of the registration is optional but does assist with students’ post-secondary planning, especially for college admissions.
In order for your junior student to complete the Student Data Questionnaire, the student must sign the Student Data Consent form that is attached to this email. A hard copy will be given to the student during registration March 19-23. Please read over the consent. If you want your student to complete the Student Data Questionnaire, then please have your student sign the questionnaire on their registration day.
MANDATORY JUNIOR READING!!
MANDATORY JUNIOR READING <<<CLICK HERE
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL'S JUNIOR MEDICAL SCHOOL (JMS) IS BACK!
JMS is a 3-day, immersive program designed to give your students a full view of the many different aspects of a healthcare career. It is available to junior and senior students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher who have an interest in a healthcare career. Click here for the brochure>>>UC Health JMS Brochure
SAT Scores Are Available!!
For those Juniors wanting to access their SAT scores, click on this link >>> College Board SAT Scores to access directions.
- For students that want to access their individual SAT score reports :Students will need a free College Board account to view their scores online.
- Direct students to https://studentscores.collegeboard.org/viewscore to log in to their existing account, or to sign up for a new College Board account if the student doesn’t already have one.
- The “forgot username” and “forgot password” links can be used to recover account information if a student has forgotten their login credentials or if they are unsure whether or not they already have an account.
ACT on Drugs, Inc.
Lynn Reimer was a quest speaker at WHS on the subject of "New Trends in Substance Abuse". Click here<<<To access her "Parent Handout". ACT on Drugs, Inc. is a Colorado registered non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, with a mission to educate parents, teens, and professionals about addictive and psychoactive substances, both legal and illegal, which are available in all communities. Visit www.actondrugs.org for more information.
Attention Juniors and Seniors!! Check here frequently for a list of College Visits. Please see Mrs. Abeyta in the Counseling Center to sign up to meet with the Admissions Representative. You have to sign up in order to receive your pass to attend the meeting. Please note that college visits will be during advisory in the lower commons in the Counseling Center. If the visit is scheduled for a yellow, Intervention day, and you have Intervention, you may not attend the college visit, you must go to Intervention.
Juniors and seniors - you do not have to wait for a college admissions representative to visit WHS. If you are interested in a particular college or university, check their websites for visit days. Some college/university's host free application/visit days. There is lots to see out there!