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Weekly Update [October 30, 2020]

Attention Juniors! Applications for Youth Salute are now available online and must be submitted by November 11th. Follow the link below to apply. Contact Mrs.Thacker with any questions. 
http://www.centralky.youthsalute.com/apply/

Attention sophomores: Applications for the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Seminar are available in the guidance office and on the school website. The seminar typically takes place in June, however the date for 2021 is still TBD. Applications are due by November 20th at 3:30 pm. These can be turned in in person, via email, or via Google. Information about HOBY as well as the link for the application are below.  Please email Mrs.Thacker if you have any questions. 

 

ashlee.thacker@anderson.kyschools.us

 

HOBY Website

http://www.hoby.org/programs/leadership-seminars/

 

HOBY Application





Senior pictures, baby pictures, and activity sheets are due TODAY October 31.  If  you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Seraji or Mrs. Medley. 



All cap & gown orders will be placed online this year.  Balfour will be here during lunch on Thursday to answer questions and to give out class ring information.   





The October 2020 Your KHEAA College Connection is now available at https://issuu.com/thecentermagazines/docs/ykcc_october_2020.

You will find the following articles in this month’s issue:
-       Time to start repaying student loans
-       Admissions essay may mean more financial aid
-       Social media outreach schedule
-       Survey seeks ideas on future of education
-       And more  

The Craft Academy Recruitment Team has re-designed our Virtual Visits using the Zoom platform! 

We are hosting our Zoom sessions each weekday at 1 p.m. in the month of November.  

Pre-Registration is required: https://www.moreheadstate.edu/Academics/Craft-Academy/Prospective-Students/Schedule-a-Virtual-Visit  

 

These visits would be perfect for current sophomores who are looking to learn more about our program, speak to current staff, and ask questions at the end.   

Our slideshow presentation lasts approximately 30 minutes, followed by the Q&A. 

   

*Please remember that to apply for the Class of 2023, students must earn the benchmark scores on the ACT (18 – English; 21 – Reading; 22 – Math) before the February 1 deadline.  

If you have a student who is having trouble getting registered for an upcoming ACT or SAT opportunity, please contact our office, and we can help with this process.   

 

Have questions?   

Have a question for our Recruitment Team?   

Submit it here: https://www.moreheadstate.edu/Academics/Craft-Academy/Prospective-Students/Schedule-a-Virtual-Visit/Questions-for-Virtual-Visits   

 

Would another time work better with your student’s schedule?  Email us and let us know, and we would be glad to set up an individual Virtual Visit! 

 

Thanks!

Sunny

 

Sunshine Stamper
Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics

Assistant Director Admissions, Public Relations and Recruitment

Morehead State University
260 University Blvd
Morehead, KY 40351

606.783.5102
jl.stamper@moreheadstate.edu
www.moreheadstate.edu/craft-academy



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NCAA EC COVID-19 Webinar and Closures
As a companion to the NCAA Eligibility Center’s recent COVID-19 response, we will be hosting a webinar for your student-athletes and their families. Your students can register to join us on Saturday, November 7 at 2 p.m. Eastern for a discussion on these important initial-eligibility adjustments. Click here to share this promotional message and encourage them to attend this important event.
Due to operational changes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Eligibility Center will be closed for three weeks. Click here for specific dates and additional information.

The Kentucky Concrete Association is pleased to announce that the annual KCA William T. Robertson High School Essay Scholarship Contest is now open and accepting essay submissions.  

The William T. Robertson High School Essay Scholarship Contest is open to all Kentucky resident High School Seniors.  The contest winner will be awarded a $2,000 scholarship to be paid to the college of their choice in their freshman year.  The winner will also be invited to attend the KCA Winter Convention in Lexington, KY in February 2021 to accept the award.

This year's essay prompt is:

It's the turn of the 21st Century... how is the resilience and durability of concrete contributing to your local community or the world?

The essay submission process is the same as last year whereby paper submissions will not be accepted.  All essays must be submitted online via the link that is included below.

The essay rules are as follows:
Student must be a current senior in high school graduating in the 2020 – 2021 school year.
Essays must address the essay prompt directly.
Essays must be a written by a single student and shall not be collaborative in nature.
Essays must be submitted using the online submission form.
Essays must be received by November 13, 2020 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time.
Essays must be limited to 600 words.
The essay form submission link can be found HERE.

Alternatively, if the link above does not work, please copy the following direct URL to the form contest in your browser’s address bar: https://forms.gle/DdRHww8AaAtFQ9mFA

We encourage you to encourage your students to be creative in their essay!

If you have any questions, please contact the KCA Office at 502-695-1535 or by emailing Susan Hagg who is copied.  Her email address is also shagg@kyconcrete.org.

Thanks!

Brett D. Ruffing, LEED Green Associate
Executive Director
Kentucky Concrete Association
1 HMB Circle
Frankfort, KY 40601
PH: 502.695.1535
Cell: 502.682.1295
Email: brett@kyconcrete.org

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Dear Counselor,

Whether your students are back in school, learning remotely, or participating in a hybrid model, we know they're working closely with you on their journey to college. The College Board Opportunity Scholarships program was created to help your students complete steps for college while earning the chance at scholarships. Encourage your seniors to sign up for the program at cb.org/opportunity for a guide to college and a path to scholarships.

The first step in helping your students earn scholarships is to take the College Board Opportunity Scholarships pledge. When you sign up for the pledge, you'll receive a free digital toolkit as well as monthly reminders and resources.

Take the Pledge


Most students need financial aid to help pay for college. By completing the FAFSA®, students might qualify for thousands of dollars in federal grants, work-study, low-cost loans, and state and college scholarships. There's no other way to gain access to this money.

Encourage your students to complete the FAFSA and earn a chance at a $1,000 scholarship.

Completing the FAFSA is an urgent and important step—not just for accessing financial aid, but for staying on track to enroll in college. Research shows that 90% of students who complete the FAFSA enroll immediately in college—versus only 55% of students who don't file.

Between October and February, the College Board will award $800,000 to seniors who complete the FAFSA.

Tell your students to visit getfafsahelp.org for instructions on how to sign up for Wyatt?, a free FAFSA assistance chatbot that answers their questions by text. When students sign up for Wyatt and text their financial aid questions, Wyatt sends answers via text, a familiar medium that doesn't require internet access. Wyatt is available 24/7.

Seniors: Complete the FAFSA

Scholarship Tip: Complete the FAFSA for a Chance to Earn $1,000 for College

Thank you for your commitment to your students.

Sincerely,

College Board





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