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Senior Parent Night. September 17, 2013. Pledge of Allegiance. Welcome. Ms. Carrie Montano, Principal Assistant Principals Mrs. Jennifer Knepper Illá , Environmental Academy Mr. Jose Sirven, Robotics/Engineering Academy Mr. Henny Cristobol, Biomedical Academy. Student Services.

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senior parent night

Senior Parent Night

September 17, 2013

welcome
Welcome

Ms. Carrie Montano, Principal

Assistant Principals

Mrs. Jennifer Knepper Illá, Environmental Academy

Mr. Jose Sirven, Robotics/Engineering Academy

Mr. Henny Cristobol, Biomedical Academy

student services
Student Services

Patricia Friedlander, Department Head

pfriedlander@dadeschools.net

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Student services
  • Mrs. Friedlander, Counselor (A - B)
    • pfriedlander@dadeschools.net
  • Ms. Cardenas, Counselor (C - H)
    • christinacardenas@dadeschools.net
  • Ms. Fowler, Counselor (I - Pi)
    • mrfowler@dadeschools.net
  • Mr. Miller, Counselor (Pl - Z)
    • rossmiller@dadeschools.net
community service hours
Community Service Hours

Complete a minimum of 100 hours of community service prior to graduation.

Must be completed by December 20.

college information
College information

Ross Miller, CAP Advisor

rossmiller@dadeschools.net

Joel Diaz

jcdiaz@dadeschools.net

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Sat

Registration: www.sat.collegeboard.com

Fees: $51.00

Subject Area Test(s): $24.50

Late Fee: $27.50

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ACT

Registration: www.actstudent.org

Fees: $52.50 (Plus Writing)

$36.50 (No Writing)

Late Fee: $23.00

application deadlines
ApplicationDeadlines

MostColleges and Universities are October 15- November 1

Go to the College or University’s website

See the Florida Matrix on the TERRA website

APPLY EARLY for best chances for admissions and scholarships

Early Decision/Early Action- be careful

letters of recommendation
Letters of Recommendation

Provide completed Letter of Recommendation Form from TERRA website

Allow a MINIMUM of 2 weeks

college planning resources
College Planning Resources

Florida Virtual Campus: www.flvs.org

FAFSA: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

U.S. Department of Ed: http://www.ed.gov/

SAT/College Board: http://www.collegeboard.org/

ACT: http://www.act.org/

college visits to terra fall 2013
College Visits to TERRA-Fall 2013

Yale University

University of Miami

University of Florida

Dartmouth College

Northwestern University

Cal Tech

Rice University

Emory University

Boston University

fall 2013 college fair
FALL 2013 COLLEGE FAIR

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

1-3 pm TERRA Gymnasium

Prestigious Colleges and Universities will be in attendance

For additional info please visit: terrawolves.com/cap

internet policy
Internet Policy
  • Follow your favorite Colleges and Universities on Facebook and Twitter
fafsa
FAFSA

FAFSA (Free Application For Federal Student Aid)

Workshop: February 2013 (TBA) in the Media Center

florida bright futures
FLORIDA BRIGHT FUTURES

Isabel Acevedo

Isabel.acevedo@fldoe.org

silver knight
SILVER KNIGHT

Melissa Fernandez

mgarcia7@dadeschools.net

Julie Vivian

jvivian@dadeschools.net

what is a silver knight
What is a silver knight?
  • The Miami Herald Silver Knight Awards is one of the nation’s most highly regarded student awards programs.
  • The purpose of this Awards program is to recognize outstanding students who have not only maintained good grades but have also unselfishly applied their special knowledge and talents to contribute significant service to their schools and communities.
  • The Silver Knight Awards program was instituted at The Miami Herald in 1959 by John S. Knight, past publisher of The Miami Herald, founder and editor emeritus of Knight-Ridder Newspapers and 1968 Pulitzer Prize winner.
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What is a silver knight?
  • Awards: $2,000 cash, Silver Knight statuette (think Oscar!) medallion from American Airlines (usually one RT plane ticket as well)
  • Honorable mentions: $500 cash, engraved plaque
  • PLUS, the prestige of the award and a tightly knit networking community throughout the country (Amazon.com/Payless/Build-A-Bear/politicians/judges/medicine/international relations/finance)
qualifications
Qualifications
  • 12th grade students only
  • 3.2 un-weighted GPA
  • This is a community-service based award:
    • individual contribution/personal initiative - not hours
  • Category specific: one of (15) with appropriate academic concentration, though the major service project does not need to match
  • A Silver Knight is one whose record of service to the school and community best exemplifies an unselfish and continuous use of one’s talents in helping others.
  • Judges evaluate community service:
    • 9th through 12th grades.
    • service, achievements, character, leadership and interview skills.
  • Two major factors to be weighed:
    • consistency and lasting impact of service.
    • Other factors include independent thinking, creative problem solving, leadership in getting others involved, and perseverance in overcoming obstacles.
    • Most nominees will have a wide range of service activities.
how to apply for terra s nomination
How to apply for Terra’s nomination
  • Complete preliminary application – Word .doc downloaded from school website
  • Prelims due to Ms. Fernandez/Mrs. Vivian by October 8th
  • Selection committee will evaluate all applications
  • Nominations announced late October/ early November
  • See Ms. Vivian with your project idea.
senior activities
Senior activities

Karina Menendez, Activities Director

kmenendez@dadeschools.net

activities participation criteria
Activities Participation Criteria
  • ACADEMICS: Students on academic probation may be denied participation in any student activity. Student must maintain a 2.5 Grade Point Average.
  • CONDUCT: Student must maintain at least a “B” in conduct for each class.
  • STUDENT FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS: Student must not have any pending financial obligations with the Media Center or Class Fees.
  • DISCIPLINE: Student must not have had any suspensions throughout the school year.
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Activities Participation Criteria
  • ATTENDANCE: Students may not exceed 10 tardies/10 absences (excused or unexcused). Students MUST be present in school on time the day of any event in order to participate.
  • COMMUNITY SERVICE: Student must have submitted the required 100 community service hours to their counselor by Friday, December 20th, 2013. (Applies to Senior Activities only.)
  • INTERSHCOLASTIC CONTRACTS (FM-7155): Applies to all performing groups and competitions. Each student must have one on file with the group sponsor.
senior pictures yearbooks
Senior Pictures/Yearbooks

Senior pictures must be taken by OCTOBER 31 to be in the yearbook. Go to www.foxmar.com to schedule an appointment.

Yearbooks are on sale for $70 online at www.terrayearbook.com . Get one before they sell out!

Yearbook advisor: Daniel Ledesma dledesma@dadeschools.net

cap gown orders
Cap & Gown Orders

$40 (CASH ONLY)

When: October 28 – 31

Through Language Arts Classes

homecoming
Homecoming
  • HOMECOMING WEEK:
    • November 18 – 22
  • HOMECOMING PEP RALLY:
    • November 22
  • HOMECOMING DANCE:
    • When: November 23
    • Location: TBA
    • Cost: $30-60 (cash only)
    • Ticket sales: October 8 - 11
senior breakfast
Senior Breakfast

When: December 10, 2013

Location: Jungle Island

Cost: $40

Ticket Sales: October 28 - 31

senior week
Senior Week
  • April 21 – 25, 2014
  • Includes:
    • 4/23: Senior Luau
    • 4/25: Senior Pep Rally
    • 4/26: Grad Bash
senior luau
Senior Luau

When: April 23, 2014

Location: Kendall Indian Hammocks Park

9 AM – 1 PM

Cost: $15

Ticket Sales: March 4 - 6

grad bash
GRAD BASH
  • When: April 26, 2014
  • Location: Universal Islands of Adventure
  • Cost: $123 (cash only) covers:
    • Park Admission
    • Transportation
    • Ticket Sales: January 14 - 16
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PROM

When: May 16, 2014, 8:00 PM – 12:00 AM

Where: InterContinental Miami

Cost: $95 (cash only)

Ticket Sales: April 2 – 3

graduation
GRADUATION
  • When: TBA
  • Location: TBA
  • Cost: NONE
  • Tickets Available:
    • Based on venue occupancy
graduation announcements
Graduation announcements

October 21 – 22

Herff Jones will be selling during lunch

diploma
diploma

Please review, sign, and submit the Diploma Name Verification form to your home room teacher by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20.

stay connected
Stay connected

TERRA Website: http://www.terrawolves.com/

@terrawolves

Follow us on Facebook.

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PTSA

Rosa Maria Barbara, PTSA President

rosamariaptsa@gmail.com

senior t shirt
SENIOR T-SHIRT

PRESALE: $15

have a great senior year
Have a great SENIOR year!

Thank you,

Class of 2014