summer school information for high school classes is available. Please come to the counseling center if you
seniors are asked to come down to the Counseling Center so that we can return
their senior profiles. Also, seniors who
are in National Honor Society need to pick up their graduation stoles to be
worn with their cap and gown.
Attention Junior 21st Century Scholars! Junior Jump Start Workshops will provide you
with information about your 21st Century Scholarship. The 21st Century Scholars Program developed
these workshops to help current junior Scholars get a jump start on their
senior year of high school. The workshops will cover your 21st
Century Scholars senior requirements, the college application process, and tips
for college success. To register, please go to: www.scholars.in.gov/scholarsworkshops.
8th-12th grade students, would you like to attend an interactive and
informative session that includes defining your future and SAT/ACT preparation?
If so, consider attending the College Prep Conference and College Fair. This
fair takes place Saturday, August 22, 2015 in the Indiana Convention Center
Sagamore Ballroom. Join the Center for Leadership Development as they partner
with college administrators and business professionals to prepare students and
parents for post-secondary education. For more information, visit http://cldinc.org/annual-college-prep-fair.asp.
Seniors please give your scholarship dollar amounts
to the Counseling Center. We have tallied over a million dollars so far,
and there are so many students we have not heard from yet. Please do not
forget to do this. Help us represent Burris as a school where scholarship
opportunities are plenty.
Juniors, do not forget to give us your email
addresses for the Senior Bulletins. We sent out the May Bulletin last
week, and used the parent email addresses in Powerschool to do this. We
want to communicate directly with the students, too. Please take care of
this so that we can provide you with important scholarship information each
month. Thank you.
Last week’s question was our final question of the
year. It seems very fishy, but nobody
answered correctly. We hope you really
sink your teeth into this question over summer break and come back in the fall
ready to attack it again!
“What is the most googled animal in the world?”
Thank you to Counseling Center assistants Miss
Razor and Miss Skipton for working so hard to choose interesting and
challenging questions of the week all year, and for having such a great time
doing it. Please let me know if you have
any questions about these announcements.
Thank you for listening and have a fabulous week!
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