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Due to weather concerns, summer school and retesting is cancelled for Thursday and Friday.
Announcements (updated 4/11/16)
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STEAM Summer Art Camp

STEAM camp is July 10-14 for students entering grades 9-12. It’s an intensive week of exciting hands-on integrated learning activities and art projects that places “Art” back into the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) curriculum. Registration and details: http://fineartscomm.lamar.edu/art/pre-college-summer-art-program.html​ or 880-8141.

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Lamar Introduction to Engineering (LITE) – Senior

LITE Senior is sponsored by Motiva and the College of Engineering. Applicant criteria will focus on those entering or currently in high school and who can commute daily to the university. Preference is given to underrepresented minorities and/or females.Those interested in attending the LITE-Senior program are encouraged to apply. Registration will be open until June 1. In the program, participants will explore the tasks engineers undertake on a daily basis, engage with faculty members in an array of disciplines, concentrate on a variety of applications in each field, participate in presentations and hands-on activities, and learn the meaning of what it is to be an engineer. Applicants must have a “B” average in math and science classes and a strong recommendation from their current math or science teachers. The program will be held 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., July 24-28, and is free for participants. Application information is available at http://engineering.lamar.edu/k-12-programs/lite-senior.html.
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ROAD TRIP NATION

We wanted to let you know about an exciting, free opportunity for high school students in Texas: Texas OnCourse—a new initiative formed to empower students to chart a clear path to college and career success—has teamed up with career exploration organization Roadtrip Nation to offer the Texas Youth Roadtrip.
Four teams made up of three high school students each will take a mini-adventure through their region of Texas to interview post-secondary students and professionals who are building lives and livelihoods around the things they love. Under the eye of an adult chaperone, these young adult Texans will travel on Roadtrip Nation’s green RV to explore an array of post-secondary paths, from trade schools to four-year universities, and beyond. They’ll also conduct in-depth interviews with working professionals who hold jobs in fields that align with the students’ current interests, chosen endorsements, or career aspirations.
Filmed for the Roadtrip Nation public television series, this experience will introduce selected participants-—and TV audiences—to the unique set of opportunities available to today’s average American teenager, while also showcasing the exciting innovations taking place specifically within the state of Texas.
Please share this information with any Texas high school students who could use some insight or inspiration for their future—or who might just be in need of a good adventure!
Applicants can apply at the following link by July 3rd, 2017: rtn.is/texas
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EOC Test Dates

Monday May 1st- Biology

Tuesday May 2nd- U.S. History

Wednesday May 3rd- Algebra I

Thursday May 4th- Make-up testing
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EOC Remediation
ALGEBRA I
A.M. P.M.
J. PardueRoom – Room 2301 E. Reinholt – Room 2304
April 24 – April 28 6:45-7:45 a.m. April 24 – April 28 3:00-4:00 p.m.
BIOLOGY
A.M.
P. Thomas – Room 1217
April 24 – April 28 6:45-7:45 a.m.
U.S. HISTORY
A.M.
M. Baker – Room 2611
April 24 – April 28 6:45-7:45 a.m.
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DUAL CREDIT PARENT MEETING
LAMAR EARLY ACCESS PROGRAM (LEAP)
Monday April 17th
6pm in the LGI


This meeting is for students and their parents/ guardians that are interested in the following dual credit courses for their Junior year. Students must be taking Pre-AP/ AP courses in the corresponding subject to be eligible.

English III Pre-AP (ENGL 1301)
Pre-Calculus Pre-AP (MATH 2311 and 2312)
U.S. History AP (HIST 1301 and 1302)
Biology II AP (BIO 1406 and 1407)
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DUAL CREDIT PARENT MEETING- LSCPA
Monday April 10th
6pm in the LGI


This meeting is for all students and their parents/ guardians who are interested in the following Junior dual credit courses for the 2017-2018 school year:

English III (ENGL 1301)
Anatomy and Physiology (BIOL 2401 & 2402)
Law Enforcement I (CRIJ 1301)
Law Enforcement II (CRIJ 1306)
Practicum in Manufacturing: Process Technology (PTAC 1302 & PTAC 1410)
Practicum in Manufacturing: Instrumentation (INTC 1301 & INTC 1341)


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EOC Test Dates

English I- Tuesday March 28th
English II- Thursday March 30th
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English EOC Remediation
March 20-27

Morning: 6:45-7:45am
English I- Room1301
English II- Room 1621

Afternoon 3-4pm
​English I- Room 1302
English II- Room 1621
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STAAR EOC Remediation

Students needing to retest for the STAAR-EOC should use the schedule below to take advantage of upcoming test preparation sessions.

ENGLISH I
A.M. P.M.
K. Ellis – Room 1301 T. Perkins – Room 1302
November 28 – Dec. 2 6:45–7:45 a.m. November 28 – Dec. 2 3:00-4:00 p.m.

ENGLISH II
A.M. P.M.
K. Graham – Room 1621 D. Walker – Room 1617
November 28 – Dec. 2 6:45–7:45 a.m. November 28 – Dec. 2 3:00–4:00 p.m.

ALGEBRA I
A.M. P.M.
J. Tanner – Room 2301 E. Reinholt – Room 2304
November 28 – Dec. 2 6:45-7:45 a.m. November 28 – Dec. 2 3:00-4:00 p.m.
BIOLOGY
A.M.
L. Wilson – Room 2612
November 28 – Dec. 2 6:45-7:45 a.m.
U.S. HISTORY
A.M. P.M.
M. Baker – Room 2611 K. Keith – Room 2605
November 28 – Dec.2 6:45-7:45 a.m. November 28 – Dec. 2 3:00-4:00 p.m.
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If you would like 3-4 days of fun, interactive leadership training, meet state leaders, make new friends, experience life on the University of Houston campus, stay in dorms, learn about how you can be an impactful youth leader, and much more at the Hugh O' Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Conference this summer, pick up a sophomore leadership form in the counselors’ office or print the application from this website under 'Files' ASAP to let us know you are interested.

https://hobytgc.org/​
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December EOC Retesting

12/5: English I
12/6: Algebra I
12/7: English II
12/8: Biology/ U.S. History
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Free Walk- In Depression Screenings
Friday September 23rd, 2016
9am-12pm & 3pm-5pm

Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeast Texas
7980 Anchor Dr. Building 500
Port Arthur, Texas

If you are unable to attend, you can call their office at 409-727-6400 to schedule your free depression screening.

For more information, you may visit: http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Free-Walk-In-Depression-Screening----Sept--16---23.html?soid=1115638212523&aid=4WtHhGHpeEo
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We The Students Essay Contest
This contest features over $20,000 in prizes and a grand prize of $5,000. This contest is perfect for students who need help paying for college! To win, students must answer the following question: Does peaceful resistance to laws positively or negatively impact a free society? Essays must be 500-800 words and include cited sources. Register at http://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/engage/students-programs-events/scholarship/.
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10th-11th Grade Parent Night
Monday September 26th, 2016
5:30-6:30pm in the LGI

Join us to gain information on educational opportunities, GPA, graduation requirements, PSAT and SAT, college admissions and tips for your student's success.
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2016 Youth Career Expo
Thursday September 29th, 2016
Ford Park


Not sure what to do with your future? Want to know more about various careers, colleges or the military? Then come down to the counseling office for a permission slip for the Youth Career Expo held on September 29th. Space is limited so sign up quickly. Permission slips are due back to the Counseling office no later than Wednesday September 14th.
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Southeast Texas College Fair​
Tuesday September 13th, 2016
6-8pm @ The Montagne Center


Lamar University invites high school students and their families to attend the Southeast Texas College Fair. Students in attendance will be able to meet with representatives from colleges and universities from Texas and across the country, speak with admissions professionals to determine their best college fit, learn about scholarship and financial aid opportunities, and get information about upcoming events and deadlines. All Southeast Texas area high school students and their families are welcome to attend.
To register or get more information visit: https://beacardinal.lamar.edu/set-college-fair.html

**LAMAR
Saturday tours for the fall are September 17th and November 12th.
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PSAT Administration
Wednesday October 19th, 2016 @ PNG High School
Cost: $15 cash
Register in the Counseling office beginning Tuesday September 6th.
Deadline to register is Thursday September 22nd at 3:30pm.

Why take the PSAT?
  1. To receive feedback on your strengths and weaknesses on skills necessary for college study. It would then help you focus on areas that need additional practice.
  2. To see how your performance on an admissions test might compare with that of others applying to college.
  3. To help prepare for the SAT by becoming familiar with the directions and kinds of questions you will encounter.
  4. To receive information from colleges when you check "yes" to Student Search Service.

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Join Ms. Garess' Remind Group
To receive messages via text, text @msgares to 81010.
To receive messages via email, send an email to msgares@mail.remind.com.

What is Remind and why is it safe?
Remind is a free, safe, and simple messaging tool that helps teachers share important updates and reminders with students and parents. Subscribe by text, email or using the Remind app. All personal information is kept private. Teachers will never see your phone number, nor will you see theirs
Contacts
+ Garess, Melissa
Click on name to see details.
Files (updated 4/11/16)
 App for Sophomore Leadership Events.docx
Please complete this application if you are interested in being considered for Leadership programs and camps during your sophomore year.
 Parent Action Plan-10th grade.doc
Parent Action Plan: 10th Grade
 Sept. Newsletter.pdf
September Sophomore Newsletter

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