have been asking about summer school classes.
Summer school offerings were sent to parents via Powerschool earlier
this week. Interested students should
turn in completed summer school registration forms to the front office after
getting a signature from Ms. Chupp or Mrs. Maugherman.
summarize the dollar amounts of scholarships you have been awarded and share
that amount with us in the Counseling Center.
Even if the scholarship is for a school you will not attend, it still
counts as scholarship money awarded and we want to add it to our list. Thank you to those students who have already
We are creating a distribution list of email
addresses for next year’s senior bulletin. We need all current juniors to come
down to the counseling center and write down their preferred email
address. The Junior Bulletin will be
emailed to everyone who provides us an email address at the end of this
month. So far, only five juniors have
given us their email addresses. Thank
you to Annabeth Turner, Caitlyn Nickens, Jenny Hatton, Connor Kurek and Andrew
Hammons. We still want to hear from the
rest of the juniors.
Current 7th & 8th
graders who are interesting in pursuing a career in law enforcement should
considering applying for the Indiana Sheriff’s Association Youth Leadership
Camp. It will be held June 23-26 at Pine
Creek Camp in Pine Village, Indiana. For
more information or to pick up an application, please visit the counseling
Any junior who has demonstrated exceptional
performance in the sciences may want to apply for a paid summer research
experience with Ball State Physics and Astronomy faculty. Students will receive a stipend of
approximately $1000 for six weeks. There
are 2-3 positions available, so please apply!
Candidates can visit www.usaeop.com/aeop.htm,
click apply now, and select REAP in the drop down box to apply. Applications are due by Wednesday, April 29th. Any questions can be addressed in the
Ancilla College is having their Access Ancilla
Day on Tuesday, April 28th, 12-3pm for any students who are
interested in visiting campus, having lunch, or talking to professors. For more information about the college or the
Access Ancilla Day, students can visit www.ancilla.edu/programs.
Juniors and seniors interested in Miami
University in Oxford, Ohio may enjoy applying for the school’s Summer Scholars
Program. It is a two week summer program
for high-achieving juniors and seniors.
The program helps students gain an advantage to the college application
process and those students who choose to apply to Miami will receive priority
consideration for merit scholarships and the university’s premier academic
programs. Anyone interested should
inquire about a letter of recommendation from Mrs. Maugherman or Ms. Chupp.
We are still receiving information about summer
programs for students of all ages. If
you are interested in getting some college credit or participating in academic
programs this summer, please visit the counseling center and check out our
Summer Programs Folder.
The answer to
last week’s question of the week was C, 50 years old. As a funny coincidence, the winners this week
are all from the first grade: Lucia Donahue, Eleanor Groves, Noble Holland,
Israel McCrory and Josiah Smith.
Congratulations to all of the winners.
Please come to the Counseling Center to claim your prize.
question is a science question:
household liquid will pearls melt?”
next week is the last week at Burris for the school counseling interns. Please stop by the Counseling Center to say
goodbye and good luck to Ms. Lamb, Ms. Sachs, and Mrs. Wright. We will miss them!
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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