ALL freshman and sophomore students who may be interested in the field of “linesman” which is under the Electric Power and Distribution program, must enroll in this program at least 18 months -2 years ahead of time.  So, freshman and sophomores, if this is your interest, let MATC put you on a waiting list before you graduate!  We have at least 2 students that are heading this direction for their career this year. THINK AHEAD and don’t be left out!!

Sports Quest Playing with Purpose Scholarship-access @ www.allamericanaward.org  You can apply for this as early as 9th grade!

PSAT for 10th grade, given on February 25,  which is similar to the Pre- ACT, given to all sophomores.  

Several sophomore days are available. Look on your college choice websites!

Engineering DAY at KSU for  soph or junior students.  Great opportunity to learn about engineering, science, math, chemistry and physics.  Online register  @ www.engineering.ksu.edu

 Students:  Start logging your volunteer service projects NOW!! This can be church service, neighborly service, school service, community service, coaching, mentoring, tutoring, visiting the elderly - anything you volunteer to do and don't get paid.  Many scholarships are now looking at what you do to be a helpful citizen in your community.  You  make a difference  by the little things you do for others!

All sophomores interested in Pre Law: Journey to J.D. will be June 5-11, 2013, held at the KU campus and all students will be housed in the residence halls. Sign up date by March 31, 2011. Only $50 refundable deposit!

REMEMBER: You must have a passing grade in all core subjects or you will have to retake the class. This is a new thing for freshman. Also, these grades are now affecting your grade point average which equals scholarships and opportunities in the future!  Take your time and complete your work..Give it your priority!
Freshman students:  Start logging your volunteer service projects NOW!! This can be church service, neighborly service, school service, community service, coaching, mentoring, tutoring, visiting the elderly - anything you volunteer to do and don't get paid.  Many scholarships are now looking at what you do to be a helpful citizen in your community.  You  make a difference  by the little things you do for others!

CHECK YOUR GRADES whenever you want!  Go to powerschool, type in your student username and password and you have them! 

NEW!- Get the powerschool app  for your smart phone: download powerschool from your apps, then place District Code: NFJM and enter your regular username and password, and there are your grades!! Great access, always!

  • STUDENTS:  search for  scholarships and find those that apply to you   by logging onto:www.fastweb.com 
  • A fun site which takes a little time but is similar to Kansas Career Pipeline is: MyMajors.com; This is a site that lets you take a quiz, find your major, find a college, and find scholarships.  The Use Code is: COFA10.
  • Sophomores:   Fort Hays State University TIGER MANIA, free lunch, free t-shirt, free giveaways- Wednesday, April 6, 2011@ 9AM-2PMregister online @ www.fhsu.edu/admissions/tiger-mania

 

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