The Class of 2015’s Owl board is ready to decorate in front of
the Counseling Center. Seniors should
come down to decorate and post their owls.
You can write down the colleges you have been admitted to, if you
haven’t made a decision about where you will go for sure, or you can write just
the college you will be attending. If
you do not plan to go to college, fill out an owl listing your postsecondary
plans, like a job or military or something else. We hope that by the end of the spring, ALL of
the seniors will have put an Owl on the board.
We want to celebrate you!
This is just a reminder that sophomores are not taking
ACCUPLACER this year after all. See Mrs.
Maugherman with any questions.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Dream Team Foundation is also
sponsoring the “Making Dreams Happen” Scholarship. This scholarship is a one-year, $1000 prize
in honor of Bea Moten-Foster. The
submission deadline for this scholarship is March 30th. Pick up an application in the Counseling
The Indiana Oil and Gas Association have a few scholarships
available for graduating seniors. To be
eligible, students must attend an accredited college or university in the fall,
have a 3.0 GPA, and submit a short essay.
Preference will be given to those students pursuing a degree in Earth
Sciences, Petroleum Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or Geology. Go to www.inoga.org
for an application. They must be
submitted by April 1st.
The Indiana Association for the Gifted is awarding up to 3
scholarships, $2000 each. Awards will be
given to high ability students who are attending an accredited school in the
fall. An essay is required and all
application supplements must be submitted online. The deadline for this scholarship is Today,
March 27th. Pick up the application information from the Counseling
The counseling center has received information about Naval
Reserve Officers Training Corps Scholarship.
Interested students should come to the counseling center for more
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is calling for
nominations for their 11th Annual Power of Children Award. This award seeks nominees in grades 6-11 who
have created projects that demonstrate their exceptional commitment to public
service. Students who believe they fit
the criteria can visit http://www.childrensmuseum.org/poca
to apply. Applications are due by April 6th.
We are receiving more and more information about summer
programs. Among these programs is a
Reading Skills and Speed Reading Program for preschoolers through senior level
students. For more information about
this program or any other summer programs, please visit the counseling center.
Now it’s time for the question of the week. The
winners from last week are Charlotte Glowacki, Jada Kelsay, Lexi Kreamelmeyer,
Maddy Rubush, and Emma-Mae Newman. Congratulations, please stop by the
Counseling Center to pick up your prize.
This week’s question is:
“Which animal has the largest eyeball at 16 inches?”
A. Blue Whale
Please come to the Counseling Center with your answer to the
Question of the Week and any questions about these announcements. Thanks for
listening and have a great week!
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