The Bulletin Issue #04

Published by Mr.Kaplan's Interns (Senih T. - Christeena J. -Fernando D.) The Bulletin









senior's corner

Hello, Class of 2020, time is passing by faster than expected and deadlines are approaching. This year we have many events for the senior class to make this year as memorable as possible. Senior pictures are in less than a month, they will be taking place on October 7th, 2019 if you have not signed up for a time please see Mrs.Van Hagen or Mrs.Farmer do so. Seniors will be given the opportunity to be able to have 2-3 outfit changes, females please come to school prepared (hair and makeup!!!)and you are asked to wear spaghetti strap tank tops but be sure to be covered while on school grounds. Read More...

 


THIS WEEK'S IMPORTANT NEWS

ACT
Information About ACT Test
American College Testing, better known as the ACT a very important test to get you where you want to be. Application season has already started and not only do most colleges look at SAT scores they...
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Scholarships
How to Get Scholarships?
Scholarships,Scholarships,Scholarships! Seniors this time is your most crucial time. Opportunities are everywhere around you,literally. Application deadlines are...
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mrilbay
Quizlet: A genius way for group work
Mr.Ilbay's Chemistry class working on matter properties and changes. It is so fun to review vocabulary and the entire chapter of chem. Winner team...
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senior's corner
Senior's Corner
Hello Class of 2020, time is passing by faster than expected and deadlines are approaching. This year we have many events for the senior class to make this year as memorable as possible. Senior pict...
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star readers
Star Readers
The Star Readers’ Breakfast was held on Thursday, September 12th. We had over 40 students to complete the Star Readers’ Challenge! Congratulations to all of the Star Readers!
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UPCOMING EVENTS

  Tuesday, October 8th: 6 - 6:45pm: There will be an information session regarding Financial Aid for seniors in collaboration with Greensboro College. All parents and seniors are encouraged to attend. The session will be held in the TMSA Auditorium.

Guilford College Financial Aid Night
Figuring out how to pay for college doesn't have to be a burden — Guilford can help!

The Office of Financial Aid invites you to attend a free campus workshop, where counselors will be available to answer your questions about paying for college, filling out the FAFSA (which you will be encouraged to do onsite), and applying for scholarships and loans.

Please register using the link below.

https://apply.guilford.edu/portal/financial_aid

Financial Aid Night October 2019
Thursday, October 3 at 6:00 PM
Greensboro, NC

All 10th and 11th grade students will take the PSAT/NMQST at 8:15 a.m. on Wednesday, October 16, 2019. On Thursday, September 26th, all 10th and 11th graders need to be on campus by 11:30 to complete paperwork and receive information about the test, including practice guides. If students are not able to attend this meeting, they need to see Ms. Bell, Ms. Lassiter, or Mr. Saunders as soon as possible.

   Thursday, October 17th: 12pm: Kelsey McGaha, Senior Admissions Counselor at Campbell University, will be at TMSA to give an undergraduate admissions presentation to all juniors and seniors. Attendance is mandatory for juniors and seniors if they are on campus; please excuse them from class during that time. The presentation will be held in the TMSA Auditorium. Kelsey will also have a table out during the high school lunch blocks with general information about Campbell University.

   Tuesday, October 29th: 11-11:40am: Courtney Vaughn, Director of Diversity Recruitment at Elon University, will be at TMSA to give an undergraduate admissions presentation to all juniors and seniors. Attendance is mandatory for juniors and seniors if they are on campus; please excuse them from class during that time. The presentation will be held in the TMSA Auditorium.

   Individual Meetings with juniors and seniors COMING SOON!

   College Night COMING SOON!

College Exploration Opportunities for Your Students:

The College LAUNCH for Leadership Program provides high school juniors who identify as historically underrepresented students in higher education (e.g. racial/ethnic minorities, low-income, first-generation, undocumented immigrants, etc.) a unique opportunity to explore their interests in social justice and community engagement. For additional information click here!

Interested juniors are encouraged to apply here!

Additional Information for Students and Teachers: Naviance: Students need to be actively using the Naviance platform! If they need help logging in, see Mr. Saunders! Method Test Prep: Students need to be actively using the Method Test Prep platform! If they need help logging in, see the College Counselors!

Are you interested in teaching Pre-AP courses next school year?

Pre-AP courses deliver grade-level appropriate instruction through focused course frameworks, instructional resources, learning checkpoints, and collaborative educator workshops. They are designed to support all students across varying levels of abilities through focus. They are not honors or advanced courses. The Program grants educators and their students the space and time for deep engagement with content.

Click here for more information on CollegeBoard's Pre-Ap Program!