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Friday, April 25, 2014

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Counselor's Message

Greetings,

My how time flies! In just a few weeks  you will have officially completed your first semester of high school. I hope that your transition from middle school to high school has been a great one. Please      remember that your education is a top     priority and I am here to assist you as your school counselor. Keep up the great work. Go Freshmen Warriors!!!

Ms. Williams

9th Grade School Counselor

 

Final Exam Schedule

This year’s final exam schedule is as follows:

¨ Tuesday 12-17             Periods    1A   and   3A

¨ Wednesday 12-18         Periods    1B   and   3B

¨ Thursday 12-19            Periods    2A   and   4A

¨ Friday 12-20                Periods    2B   and   4B

Helpful suggestions when preparing for Final Exams:

1. Prioritize what you need to study.

2. Organize your time.

3. Categorize your materials into various study modes.

4. Study with a partner or small group (as needed)

5. Turn facts into questions and drill yourself.

6. On the night before the exam, get a decent amount of sleep.

7. Eat a healthy breakfast the morning of the exam.

8. DO YOUR BEST!

 

 

 

 

 

Remind 101

Students and parents,

In an effort to communicate in various ways to the Class of 2017, I have created an account with Remind 101. Remind 101 is a safe way for me to communicate with all of you through a one-way text or email message. You must subscribe for the group in order to receive messages.

To receive text messages:

Text @nahscla to (404)620-2651

OR

To receive messages via email:

Send a blank email to nahscla@mail.remind101.com

 

College Preparation:  9th Grade Matters

College seems a long way off in 9th grade, but you need to start thinking about it seriously now. Your 9th grade academic record will be part of your college application. Listed below are things you can do as a freshman to help prepare you for college:

 

1.  Take Challenging Courses

2.  Focus on Grades

3.  Get Involved in Extracurricular

      Activities  

4.  Research and Visit Colleges

5.  Discuss Your Plans With Your Family,

      Teachers, and/or School Counselor

 
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