The Northview High School Guidance staff will host a scheduling meeting for 2009-2010 freshmen Tuesday, Jan. 13, from 7-8 p.m., at the North Clay Middle School auditorium.
The meeting will explain the scheduling procedure, various types of diplomas, along with requirements and important facts for students to know coming into high school.
The counselors will also have NHS math teacher Randy Eppert explain the importance of selecting the right math class for students.
The annual high school scheduling meeting for current freshmen, sophomores and juniors and parents will take place Wednesday, Jan. 14. The night will cover several events.
Between 6-7 p.m., NHS will host a Curriculum Fair in the cafeteria. The event gives students and parents an opportunity to talk with teachers from various departments about potential classes while receiving information to make informed scheduling decisions.
At 6:30 p.m., a Financial Aid workshop will take place in Room 141 (on the south side of the auditorium).
The information will benefit students and parents who plan to fill out the FAFSA form for college assistance.
From 7-8 p.m., a scheduling program will take place in the auditorium, detailing diploma tracks, requirements and other information about scheduling.
In addition, Northview has scheduled the Making It Count's "Making College and Career Count," presentation for its senior class Wednesday, Jan. 14, from 8:30-9:20 a.m., in the school auditorium. The educational service is a provider for students and parents and a business unit of Monster Worldwide, Inc.
The service is designed to help students begin thinking about their next steps following graduation and what they need to accomplish throughout the upcoming years in order to maximize their opportunities for future success. The program also addresses issues such as time management, choosing career paths, gaining experience through internships and meaningful work experience and study skills.
The program will be presented to 650,000 seniors nationwide during the 2009 spring semester. Monster's Making It Count also provides free presentations for freshmen and juniors and has reached more than 20 million students since 1998.
Key content and supporting materials for the presentation may be accessed online at http://www.makingitcount.com. The website offers a variety of tools and resources for current and future high school students.