8:15 AM - 3:05 PM Harding Picture Day
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM Girls 8th Volleyball @ Richmond Heights Middle School
4:30 PM - 7:00 PM Girls JV/Varsity Volleyball @ Andrews Osborne Academy
3:15 PM - 5:00 PM 5th and 6th Grade Girls Basketball 3:15 to 5:00 pm Harding 3rd floor gym
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Boys 8th Football @ Cuyahoga Heights Middle/High School
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM Girls JV/Varsity Volleyball @ Cardinal Local Schools
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Lake County Marching Band Festival (LCMEA) @ Mentor HS
3:15 PM - 5:00 PM 5th and 6th Grade Girls Basketball 3:15 to 5:00 pm Harding 3rd floor gym
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Girls 8th Grade Volleyball vs Painesville Heritage MS
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Girls JV/Varsity Volleyball vs Grand Valley Middle/High School
2:00 PM - 2:40 PM McKinley Pep Assembly @ 2:00 pm
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Week 5: Boys Varsity Football vs Trinity High School - Veterans Night
September 30, 2019
7:00 AM - 3:00 PM 5th Grade Camp
You will be accessing Naviance Student – a comprehensive website that you can use to plan for college and a career. Naviance Student is linked with Naviance, a service that we use in the guidance office to track and analyze data about college and career plans, so it provides up-to-date information that is specific to our school.
Naviance Student allows you to:
- Get involved in the planning and advising process – Build a resume, complete online surveys, and manage timelines and deadlines for making decisions about colleges and careers
- Research colleges – Compare GPA, standardized test scores, and other statistics to actual historical data from our school for students who have applied and been admitted in the past
- Research careers – Research hundreds of careers and career clusters, and take career assessments
- Create plans for the future – Create goals and to-dos, and complete tasks assigned to you by the school to better prepare yourself for your future college and career goals
Naviance Student also lets us share information with you about upcoming meetings and events, local scholarship opportunities, and other resources for college and career information. You can also use the site to stay in communication with the counseling office.
Your username and password is your student number from Infinite Campus. Copy and paste the link below to access Naviance Student:
We hope that you will find this resource helpful. If you have questions about Naviance Student, please contact Mrs. Jurick.
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Kent State Scholarship Website
Each year, Kent State awards more than $62 million in scholarships to admitted freshmen. This year, I am delighted to share some great news!
We know college affordability is an important piece of a student's college search. Students can go online and use a chart that will show them their estimated merit scholarship award for the Kent Campus before they apply for admission. We believe you will find it very helpful as you work with your students. Check it out atwww.kent.edu/scholarships.
Please encourage all students to apply by the scholarship deadline of Feb. 1 at www.kent.edu/applynow. We accept the Common Application and the Kent State application for new freshmen. Scholarship award notifications will be mailed to admitted students on a rolling basis.
Please call the Admissions Office at 330-672-2444 or 1-800-988-5368 if we can assist you in any way or if you have any questions.
Nancy J. DellaVecchia
Executive Director of Admissions
To: College Guidance Representatives==================
Dear College Guidance Professional:
During the fall semester of 2019, Sigma Phi Epsilon will again offer Balanced Man Scholarships (BMS) totaling $2,600 to students at Cleveland State University ... the top scholarship is $1,000.
We are asking for your continued assistance in promoting these CSU scholarship opportunities, by inviting your graduating high school male students to apply.
To be eligible for the Balanced Man Scholarships, a student must meet these criteria:
Qualified students may access our on-line BMS application at: www.csuohio.edu/SigEp
- Must be a male student with a minimum 3.0 GPA
- Must be registered as a full-time student at Cleveland State University in the 2019 fall semester
- Any CSU major is acceptable
- Applicants must not be affiliated with another fraternity
- Applicants are not required to join Sigma Phi Epsilon
Applicant interviews will be conducted through the summer, to select 10-15 BMS Finalists:
- Application Deadline is August 15, 2019
Attached are (3) items for your use:
- Finalists and their parents will be invited to attend our BMS Banquet in the fall semester
- Scholarships will be awarded at the BMS Banquet: $2,600 total | $1,000 is the top scholarship
Please note: Several years ago, we left red SigEp folders containing scholarship information at most of the high schools we visited. We hope that your office has kept this folder on file, as we plan to offer our scholarships in future school years, and will update the folder information as needed for your school as-neededvia email, regular mail or visits.Thank you for your interest and assistance ... wishing you all the best, as you continue your busy school year!
- Letter to College Guidance Counselors
- Our double-sided tri-fold BMS Brochure - for handing out to students considering Cleveland State
- A BMS Flyer - for posting or hand out
- Please feel free to make copies of these for your students
- Also feel free to add our CSU Balanced Man Scholarship to your website or to Naviance
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity @ Cleveland State University
Balanced Man Scholarship Co-Chairmen:
Hunter Kiper, Cleveland State '22 Zachary Harris, Cleveland State '21
(843) 957-0445 firstname.lastname@example.org (614) 949-0963 email@example.com
===================Download the forms here:
Lester Marrison Teacher Education Book Grant
This book grant award is presented to a high school senior in Northeast Ohio, whose school district is a member of the Northeast Region of the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA). The Executive Committee of the Northeast Region sponsors this book grant and is committed to inspiring and encouraging teacher education candidates to serve the youth of Ohio. This group is comprised of elected school board members from Northeast Ohio, who are interested in providing support to high school senior(s) who have demonstrated an interest in teaching and are attending an accredited Ohio college.
The book grant will be awarded annually and the recipient, along with his/her parents, will be guests at the annual Northeast Region Fall Conference, typically held in October. Special recognition will be provided to the district(s), board members, and student(s). The award has been made possible by the donations of board members active in the Northeast Region and from profits of region fundraising activities.
This book grant was named in memory of Lester Marrison, a long time member of the Northeast Region Executive Committee and the OSBA Board of Trustees. Mr. Marrison had a passionate interest in teacher education, and it is in his memory that the Northeast Region continues this award.
- Applicant must be a graduating senior currently enrolled in a school district in the Northeast Region of the Ohio School Boards Association and have plans to major in teacher education at an accredited college or university in the state of Ohio.
- Applicant must have a 3.00 or greater grade point average (GPA).
- Applicant must demonstrate potential as an educational leader and competent professional; must demonstrate community involvement and have evidence of good character.
- Demonstrated financial need will be considered in the selection process.
- Applicants in the Northeast Region of the Ohio School Boards Association will be responsible for forwarding their application and transcript for consideration for the Lester Marrison Teacher Education Book Grant – postmarked by April 15.
- The Northeast Region, OSBA Award Committee will review all book grant applications and will contact the winner for recognition at the annual conference held in October.
Click here to download the Book Grant application.
Any questions should be submitted to rcontipelli@ohioschoolboards.
Applications should be submitted to:
NEOSBA Regional Manager
52 Marko Lane
Brooklyn Heights, OH 44131
Applications must be postmarked by April 15
The 2019 Rita Matteo Memorial Scholarship application is now available as an editable .pdf on the RMMS website -- www.ritamatteo.org . This is a community service based scholarship. If you have any questions about the scholarship, its history, and requirements, please take a moment to check out the website. Your assistance last year helped us garner the largest pool of applicants ever -- 31!!!
We are looking forward to receiving the applications of your best community-minded students and have allocated up to $12,000 to award this year at our annual golf outing and fundraiser on August 4, 2019, at Fowlers Mill golf course. Applications will be picked up on March 14 from your office once you've attached the student's transcript.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at (440) 725-2659.Larry Matteo"Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm."
Seniors,Last year, our local organizations gave out nearly $19,000 in free money!!!! We are very fortunate to have these organizations willing to help out our Fairport students. This is not something to wait on. Please submit the checklist ASAP (page 2) and consider applying!! The packet is attached again.Thank you,Mrs. Jurick
Seniors,Attached is a scholarship opportunity for students who live in the Painesville, Painesville Township, Concord, Leroy, Grand River or the Fairport area. Please complete and turn in to me asap.Mrs. JurickAdditional downloads:
Seniors,Please see attached for a $1000 scholarship for anyone who lives in the 44077 zip code. Please read it carefully for all details.Mrs. Jurick
Here is our annual scholarship for the school plays. There is one for the fall plays and one for the spring musicals. They are $500 apiece. Please keep in mind anyone involved in the plays may apply as long as they are furthering their education. It is supported by the Tischer family in Painesville and Mentor Rotary. Please email me with any questions or call me at 440–346-4401. Our Painesville Rotary address is as follows PO BOX 821 Painesville 44077.
Thank you, Eileen Cicero (secretary of Painesville Rotary).
IOTA SIGMA PI – FLUORINE CHAPTER
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FOR WOMEN IN CHEMISTRY
The Fluorine Chapter of Iota Sigma Pi is pleased to announce the BP Scholarship for young women in their senior year of high school who have demonstrated exceptional promise as future scientists.
The BP Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of scholastic achievement and participation in scientific organizations and activities. The BP Scholarship recognizes commitment and potential achievement in chemistry, and is awarded to a senior who will enroll at an accredited four‐year college in the State of Ohio, with the intent of becoming a science major.
The recipient is selected by a committee of Fluorine Chapter members, and will receive a non‐renewable $2,000 scholarship and a Certificate of Recognition.
We will be looking for young women with a profound interest in chemistry. Although standardized test scores and transcripts will be considered, we are looking for young women who can convey their commitment to the physical sciences. Therefore, the open response sections of the application will be crucial to the selection process.
At the time of application, the candidate must meet the following criteria:
- She must be a high school senior.
- She must have formally applied to an accredited four‐year college or university in Ohio, with the intent of becoming a science major, intending to pursue a scientific career after graduation. (Pre‐med and pre‐pharmacy/pharmacy are excluded.)
- She must have completed (or is in the process of completing) a minimum of three (3) academic years of laboratory science courses (Biology, Chemistry and/or Physics).
- She must have completed (or is in the process of completing) a minimum of three (3) academic years of mathematics.
- She must have an earned overall grade point average equal to or greater than 3.40 (on a 4.00 scale).
- She must exhibit strong scientific achievement and continued interest in chemistry and mathematics.
Nominations for this award are sought from public, private and parochial high schools located within Ohio. Applications must be received by March 31, 2019.
The application for the BP Scholarship can be downloaded from: https://sites.google.com/site/iotasigmapicleveland/bp-scholarship .
This page repeats the criteria and has the link to the application form at the bottom.
Please complete the application form, and return to:
Dr. Patricia R. Blum
Scholarship Chair, Fluorine Chapter, IOTA SIGMA PI
970 Brookpoint Drive
Four complete copies of the application form, transcript, and recommendation letter must be included.
Seniors,Please see attached for a $1000 scholarship for students who are members of a Lake County 4-H organization or of the Lake County Junior Fair Board.Mrs. Jurick
I have been the Director of the Biotechnology Science program at Lakeland Community College since its inception in 1997. Under the Choose Ohio First initiative, we have been awarded $80,000 by the Ohio Department of Higher Education to support tuition, general fees, and books for first year students in the 2019-2020 academic year. This will support at least 16 full scholarships. The scholarships are continuing until graduation once awarded. Successful applicants must enroll in the Biotechnology Science program; have a 3.0 gpa; be an Ohio resident; and not have full funding from an alternative source.
The Biotechnology Science program features:
- 95% placement rate into jobs and matriculation to bachelor’s degrees
- Articulation agreements and generous transfer to 4 year degrees at almost all NE Ohio colleges and universities
- Careers in biomedical biotech, environmental biotech, food biotech, and pharma
- The only bioinformatics applied science degree in the state
- Employers often provide graduates tuition waivers or reimbursements toward bachelor’s degrees leading to little or no debt
Interested students (and parents) should contact me directly. In addition, an Open House in the Biotechnology Science classroom/laboratory (A-3012) is planned for March 4. Further program and scholarship information will be provided. Alumni have been invited for interaction with interested students. There will be two sessions; one at 2pm and another at 6pm. A promotional flyer is attached.
I have also attached a copy of the Choose Ohio First Scholarship application and a program brochure. I can be reached at any time by email or phone 440-525-7466. In the future, I would be happy to address biology classes in person or participate in career exploration events.
Joe Deak Ph.D.
Joe Deak, Ph.D.
Professor and Biotechnology Science Program Director
Please see attached for this scholarship opportunity.
The Adrian Rubin Scholarship is open to high school students who are graduating soon and plan to continue their education with higher learning programs either at a college, trade school, or university.
There is no cost to apply for the scholarship and the only requirement is a short, 500-word essay on real estate investments. The scholarship deadline is January 1, 2019.
We would appreciate you sharing the scholarship link below with interested students and any appropriate departments where this information could be added so that students can easily apply.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
3055 Harbourage Drive
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
Applicant must be a citizen of the United States or international student with an educational visa residing in Lake County.
Applicant must currently be a High School Senior in good academic standing and possess a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5 (C+) on a 4.0 system.
Applicant must be a minority student: African American, Asian American, American Indian, Latino, Pacific Islander or an active member of the
NAACP Youth Council.
If you are selected to receive a scholarship, your award will be sent to your College/University’s financial aid office and credited to your account in October.
Deadline: May 1, 2018
Minimum ACT score of 16