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Attention Juniors: We will be doing the ACT registration Tuesday, Feb. 19th, beginning at 12:20 (the start of 7th period). The ACT will be given starting at 7:55 Wednesday, Feb. 20th. The CC bus will bring students here right after their lunch for registration and we expect to send students back to the CC for their afternoon classes on testing day. CCP students who have classes scheduled during registration time - please arrive as soon as possible and I will stay as long as needed to allow you to complete. Please share.
UPDATE: Due to school closing on Feb. 20, the state-wide makeup day for juniors taking the ACT is Tuesday, March 12. If you are a CC or CCP student, please report to the office by 7:50 that morning so you can sign in and report to the testing area in order that testing may begin promptly on time. Just as is the policy for national Saturday test dates, if you arrive after the ACT administration begins, you will not be able to test. The test will last until approximately 11:10 a.m.
If you did not complete registration on Feb. 19th, please contact Mrs. Cunningham to schedule a time to do so BEFORE the makeup test. Students may do so during intervention period this week. CCP students who need to register may come in on Friday, March 8, at 9 a.m.
Happy to report that Frontier seniors already have been accepted to multiple colleges, including Akron, Capital University, Marietta College, Marshall University, the University of Mount Union, Muskingum University, and West Virginia University! Many have applied and are waiting to hear. Some are making connections to enter the workforce after graduation. One senior is going through the enlistment process with the US Marine Corps! In addition, 20 students have completed their FAFSA. Keep up the great work, Class of 2019!
All seniors who are thinking about going to college in the 2019-20 school year should file the FAFSA as soon as possible after it opens Oct. 1. This does not commit you to enrolling, but it gives you the chance to get help paying for college if you choose to enroll! Click through this site or be sure you choose the web page ending in .gov so you reach the actual FAFSA site. Unfortunately there are sites that look very similar but will charge you!
Seniors are encouraged to visit the links on this site as well as check the spinning rack in the library on a regular basis to pick up new scholarship applications.
Frontier High School class of 2021 participates in a SchwansCares Campaign. A new campaign will begin in February. Schwan's will give 20% of your product purchase and 40% of your eGift Card purchase (one per customer, per campaign) back to our campaign and you'll get great food for your friends and family!
NEW! Just released 12/20/18
Additional Graduation Options for the class of 2019
Additional Graduation Options for the Class of 2020
SOPHOMORES INTERESTED IN ATTENDING WASHINGTON COUNTY CAREER CENTER:
You may click here to apply online, OR click here to download a form to mail, OR pick up a form in the high school media center.
AUDIO PRODUCTION 101
The following announcement is from Jeff Totten of MOV2GO, who participated in Creative Cougar Day Nov. 27.
"Having visited numerous schools in the area as well as having met with numerous students from Building Bridges to Careers, it appears as though we have several area students who are interested in music production... here's your chance. Beginning Feb 4, I will be offering free instruction to local high school students who would like to experience some hands-on, in-studio, project-based instruction. Classes will be Monday thru Thursday from 4pm - 8pm and the curriculum will be as follows:
4 Channel Field Recording
Mixing Board Nomenclature
Mixing & Mastering
This entire 4 week program will be spent in the studio, where the group will collectively write and record their own song utilizing Logic Pro software. Upon completion, students attending school in Washington County will receive 1/2 credit per the Flex Credit program. It is imperative that I meet the parents of each participating student, therefore I ask that those interested call me asap to schedule a meeting.
Jeff Totten, MOV2Go Network
614 Arrowhead Rd. Little Hocking Oh 45742
Building Bridges to Careers is a local organization dedicated to "bridging the gap between education and employment."
We have exciting news about the BBC job shadowing program! This year we have seen a huge increase in requests. We have been working to streamline the process to decrease turnaround time between when the request is submitted and when the placements are finalized and sent to the students and schools. Here is the process:
1. Go to http://buildingbridgestocareers.org/jobshadowing/
2. Download and sign permission of waiver and liability form on the site.
3. Come back to http://buildingbridgestocareers.org/jobshadowing/ to fill in the job shadowing request form.
4. Before the student can submit the form they MUST upload the permission form to the website. They will then receive an email with their responses. This is how students know the form has been been submitted.
5.If there is additional paperwork we will let you and the student know. Once all paperwork is turned in to BB2C, we can work on the request.
6. Once the placement is finalized it will be emailed to the appropriate school contacts and the student.
There are several new requirements that have come up from hosts. For example, for Camden Clark: 1. To shadow in the OB department students must have the following vaccines: T-dap vaccination, flu, and Hep A. 2. To shadow in the ED: a flu shot is required. In an effort to offer students a placement with less requirements, Suzy has developed a relationship with Welch Urgent Care and Wellness in Caldwell. For those wanting to shadow a nurse practitioner, pediatrician, or nurse to name a few can go there if transportation is feasible. Also, students will be able to shadow one placement a semester. This gives them the opportunity to shadow in the fall, spring, and again in the summer if they wish to do so.