|The following scholarships close at the end of this month:|
|The following scholarships close at the end of this month:|
"B. Davis Scholarship"
The creators of the "Student Award Search Aid" website are offering a scholarship for 2021.
Please visit our website at http://www.studentawardsearch.com/scholarships.htm to read about us and to apply for our scholarship. While you're there, please browse through the rest of the site to learn more about applying for scholarships.
Our website was developed solely for the purpose of helping students locate and apply for scholarships. We are trying to improve the students' chances for success. The site is free and we charge nothing for the information or the application.
The deadline for applications is May 22, 2021
Amount of Scholarship: $1,000
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
You are receiving this letter because you may have one or more students who meet the eligibility criteria for a Hagan Scholarship. The Hagan Scholarship is a nationwide need-based merit scholarship, designed to provide each recipient with the opportunity to Graduate College Debt-Free. Recipients of a Hagan Scholarship will graduate from an Eligible Public High School located in a county having fewer than 50,000 residents or from a remote rural public high school located in a larger county. There is NO Application Fee. To inform your students about the Hagan Scholarship please provide a link from your school's website to Haganscholarships.org.
Hagan Scholarship recipients are high achieving, self-motivated students who will require substantial financial assistance to attend college. The Hagan Scholarship provides up to $48,000 over four years; nine hundred twenty-seven Hagan Scholars from 43 states are currently enrolled at 358 colleges and universities. Over 2,000 Hagan Scholarships have been awarded to date, 500 more scholarships will be awarded in April 2021.
The award of a Hagan Scholarship can be life changing for many recipients.For more information and to access the Hagan Scholarship Application please visit our website. The Application Deadline is 5:00 PM CST, November 15, 2020. A letter and Hagan Scholarship Brochure will be mailed to you later this month.
Dan Hagan, Trustee
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Class of 2020: Check out the Last Dollar Scholarship
We want to make families aware of a great scholarship opportunity for high school seniors. The Last Dollar Scholarship is a state-funded program that pays tuition and mandatory fees for hundreds of programs offered through Iowa's community colleges. All students need to do is complete a FAFSA and enroll as a full-time student in the fall. For more information, visit www.iowacollegeaid.gov/LastDollar.
Please use this information as you need. If you are seeking information and help here are some resources that may help. Please talk to me if you would like more information or help.
In an effort to help students afford their higher education, our team at LendEDU recently updated our guide to college scholarships to help students find relevant opportunities specifically for them.
Within this update, we have added our new search tool where students can filter scholarship opportunities based on their grade level, GPA, the scholarship amount, and the requirements of the scholarship.
On top of this new tool, our resource teaches students and families the importance of searching for scholarships when figuring out how to pay for college. Here is the URL:
Note: You can click the link at the top of the page to jump down to the scholarship search tool.
Here are some other points we cover in the guide:
- Different Types of Scholarships Available
- Applying for Scholarships
- Essay Tips
- Letters of Recommendation Tips
- Spotting Scholarship Scams
We have also included YouTube videos from our channel to help make the information a little more digestible and entertaining.
This resource would be very useful for your students and could certainly help them find some opportunities relevant to them.
Junior I Have a Plan Day
We have several items for you to accomplish today. Today is meant to help you plan for next fall and beyond; please be honest with yourself and take your time. If you rush through and not think about the questions you are answering you are only hurting yourself.
The schedule for today:
We have several items for you to accomplish today. We will work through the 10th Grade Guideway and get a better understanding of what you may or may not want to pursue after high school. We will also prepare for Iowa County Career Fair to be held Wednesday, November 8th.
The schedule for today:
Below you will find a link to information about a special offer you and any of your students may use to receive discounted access to an online (or DVD) ACT and/or SAT study guide to help students prepare for the ACT and/or SAT test. This program is offered through the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS). Professional athletes and other organizations fund the program. The cost of a standard ACT or SAT study program is usually $350, but through this program, each is available for $20.00, which covers licensing, registration, customer support, shipping, or online access fees.
Also, please check out a new back to school special program called the: "SAT/ACT PowerPrep Premium Pro with Math Super Supplement". It is valued at $700, but is available for $40 through this program.
The link below provides ordering information and additional information about all programs. The online program or DVD can be ordered using a credit card or check.
Writers' Workshop Participants 2018 4th and 5th grade students
Left to right-Hudson Nunnelley, Connor Brooke, Anna Baetsle, Ema Roberts, Lizzie Grier, Nicole Gensley, Raegen Stowell, Devon Weisskopf, Jenna Rajtora, Alexis Hull, Elly Cash, Hunter Bazyn, and Natalie Van Polen.
READING CHALLENGE WINNERS 2018
Kindergarten won the K-1 division. 3rd grade won the 2/3 division. The 4th grade winning class was Mrs. Ely's class. The 5th grade won the 5/6 division and was also named the overall winner. Great job everyone!
OLD CREAMERY THEATER PRESENTATION TO THE ELEMENTARY STUDENTS
Elementary classes at the Old Creamery Presentation.
You have 2 things you will need to complete this morning. You will need to complete your career interest inventory and will learn what your RAI score is to see if you are on track to gain college admissions when you graduate. You will also start your activities resume which you will keep throughout your high school career and update your activities each year. By the time you are a senior you will have documented everything you have participated in, all the awards you have received, and all the volunteer hours you have put in so filling out college applications and scholarship applications will be a breeze and will not take a long time to sit and remember everything you have done. As you are quietly filling out your career inventory and your activities resume, I will be meeting with students to take your course requests for next year, look over how many credits you have earned and change your career path if we need to.
1. Please go to https://www.planyouradventure.net/ to begin your career inventory. Please create a log in and create an account using our school Google account. Be sure to write down your password so you will not forget it from year to year. You will answer a series of questions, once you are done your ticket out is print off the results and hand them in to me.
2. Once you have completed your Adventure, you will now fill out an Activities resume. This is a Google Document, please make a copy before typing also share this document back with me for safe keeping. You will highlight the area you need to enter your information and begin typing. Once you have completed your resume and documented everything you have accomplished or will accomplish before your sophomore year, please print and hand this to Mrs. Robison as well. https://docs.google.com/document/d/16J0FD8wgR5TAQpiiw8LRZjrpCvLqx1uxPW0HmR2Eydo/edit?usp=sharing
We have a full morning scheduled today. The first thing we will do is meet with Doug Bannon from Kirkwood this morning. It is time to start shopping for your colleges so you have your choices narrowed down by September. You will need to apply by October and have your financial aid filed between October 1st and December 1st of fall. It is also wise to know where you want to go for college by next fall because several college scholarships open in the fall and are awarded before Spring semester, this gives you a chance to apply.
At 9:00 AM Lori McClenathan will be coming in to teach you the best practices on filling out applications and preparing your resume. HLV will be hosting a mock interview day on April 6th to begin practicing for those future professional positions, scholarship and collegiate interviews.
The first thing Lori will have you practice is filling out an online application. Please do your very best because your interviewers will see the results of this application. Be sure you spell things accurately and use proper punctuation and capitalization within this document.
The next project you will need to complete is creating a professional looking resume. This will prove very useful next year for not only applying for jobs and positions but also for filling out scholarship and college applications. If your resume is well formatted you can often copy and paste all of your activities and clubs you are involved in to scholarship applications. It is also useful when you are needing a letter of recommendation, it is appropriate etiquette for you to ask for a recommendation and hand the person your resume to help them remember all the leadership qualities you possess and give them a due date because often times these teachers, community members, and employers are very busy themselves. I also recommend typing out your silver cord activities, please do not enter Silver Cord because many people do not know what that is, list every volunteer item out and how many hours you put in to each activity or years you have helped. This makes you look more impressive on paper.
Please print and hand in your resume before you leave here today to Mrs. Robison. You have created an activity resume already, please use this one if you can find it in your Google Drive. If not, click here to begin a new Activities resume. Be sure to make a copy before typing on it. Please print off your resume.
Mt. Mercy representative is scheduled to be here at 10:30 this morning to talk to you as well.
Once you complete your application and resume, the next thing you need to work on is I Have a Plan.
Click here to log in to your account
Once you are logged in, please click on My Portfolio in the top right hand corner. In the 4th orange box on the right side down, click All Guideways. Please start your 11th grade guideway in career assessment. Please complete your guideway. Once you complete your guideway, click into college planning and begin looking at the several different colleges and your options available.
While everyone is actively working on the guideway, I will begin working with each individual to begin planning your classes your senior year.
Thank you for working hard today, being polite and on task as always. Please use this time constructively and really begin planning your future. If you start now, it will make the stress of senior year a little easier to manage.