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Welcome to the Underclass Parent Information Evening Program. Presentations on: Graduation Requirements, Career Academies, STEM/Project Lead the Way, Honors/GT/AP Courses, Admissions Tests, Naviance Resources: College and Career Exploration, Junior Parent Information . Time Schedule
Graduation Requirements, Career Academies, STEM/Project Lead the Way, Honors/GT/AP Courses, Admissions Tests, Naviance Resources: College and Career Exploration, Junior Parent Information
7:00pm–7:20pmGeneral information for all students in grades 9-11
7:25pm-7:55pm Session I
8:00pm-8:30pm Session II
8:35pm-9:05pm Session III
Sample Evening Program
7:25-7:55 Career Academies
8:00-8:30 Admissions Tests
8:35– 9:05 Naviance Resources: College & Career Exploration
7:00-7:20 General Information Session
After each session, complete that particular workshop section on the evaluation form. All completed evaluations can be placed on the table outside the auditorium. This feedback will enable us to improve future programs.
1. Career Academies Rm. 208
2. Honors/GT / AP course Rm. 206
3. Admissions Tests-PSAT Rm. 234
SAT, ACT, Subject Tests
4. Naviance Resources: College Media Center
& Career exploration
5. Junior Parent Information Rm. 207
6. STEM/Project Lead the Way Rm. 121
(PARCC Assessments for English 10, Geometry and Algebra 2)
This session will cover information on the various Career Academies at the Applied Research Lab; including when you should sign up and start them.
Tyler Meinhart, Paul Eckert
& Liz Crawford
This session will cover information on correct level placement, and how to move students up or down levels appropriately. What is the work load really like?
Presenter: Chris Sperlein
This session will provide an overview of the admissions testing system, outlining the differences between the various tests as well as when students should be taking those tests. Specific resources/programs offered to students will be reviewed.
Presenter: Kami Wagner
This session will cover a general overview of Family Connections/Naviance and the resources available for college and career exploration. This is a free resource, offered to all MRHS students, and at this time, heavily used in the college application process.
Presenter: Will Schwarz
This session will cover a time line of what and when juniors should be getting ready for during their junior year. This presentation is highly recommended for juniors and parents of juniors.
Stephanie Doodigian & Roy Rosnik
This session will provide information about STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) which is at the heart of today’s global economy. For America to remain economically competitive, our next generation of leaders -- the students of today -- must develop the critical-reasoning and problem-solving skills that will help make them the most productive in the world.
After each session, please complete that particular workshop section. All completed evaluations please leave the form on the table outside the auditorium. Your feedback will help us to improve future programs