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Transcript of Sophomore Presentation
What Do I Want to Do?
Check Schoology for Resources
Exploring Who You Are:
Everyone you meet is a potential resource for the future!
The Life of
NCAA Eligibility Center ~
Visit Later: https://connection.naviance.com/family-connection/auth/login/?hsid=mtviewco
Why Your Online Identity Matters:
Get Updates on Important Items:
Schoology for 2019
Facebook for Counseling
Future colleges, College in Colorado, etc.
College in Colorado:
Mickie Doherty (Sophomore Counselor) Jennifer Roth (Transition Counselor)
Kelsey Rosten (Junior Counselor)
Jen Schwab (GT Counselor)
Secretary - Michelle Gonshak
Counselor: Ryan Smith (Senior Counsleor)
Secretary: Marty Barton
Counselor: Serina Ramos (Freshman Counselor)
Secretary: Mae Svendsen
How Can You Find Out More information?
Select Your Counselor from the Left Side:
Choose a Time Slot that Works for You:
Make sure you are choosing the right counselor and the right slot
Verify it is marked private
Fill in the Information:
Your online identity, along with who you meet in person
Who can see your information
What impression you give to others
is a tool that can be used to help you progress through high school, toward your future plans.
Naviance can be used for some of the following things:
Receive updates from counselors
Step 1: Log into Infinite Campus
Step 2: Look for "Academic Planning" on the left
Step 3: Choose the tab that says "Grad Progress"
This tab will show you the courses you need for graduation & if you are on track to graduate
Step 4: Choose the tab that says "Course Plan"
This tab allows you to choose your core courses and electives for the next few years.
Step 5: Choose your classes!
Make sure you do this before registration in January!
Stuff You Should Know...
Did you know most seniors apply to college before their senior year's transcripts are final?
You should have a resume by the time you graduate
Don't have a job? Volunteer!
Ask your counselor for help with your final draft and for tips on putting it together
Check out the workforce center or job sites for more information
Sports Reality Check
How are you going to defy the odds?
Sophomore year is all about exploring who you are...