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Monday, April 9

  1. page Tutoring edited ... The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library offers students 10 free Homework Help sessions per month wit…
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    The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library offers students 10 free Homework Help sessions per month with their library card. See link below for more details.
    https://cmlibrary.org/resource/tutorcom-live-homework-help
    CMS students can use ONE Access to take advantage of the following free AP tutoring opportunities from tutor.com:
    Up to 10 hours per week of live afterschool tutoring from teachers. Can be offered in Spanish.
    Ability to drop off essays and problems for review to receive feedback;
    Accessible is available from any location and any device;
    Reinforcement of college writing skills such as: thesis statements, resumes, research, etc.
    AP Subjects for Tutoring
    Calculus AB and BC
    Statistics
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Physics B
    English Language
    English Literature
    U.S. History
    World History
    European History
    Government and Politics
    Students can access this opportunity using the following steps:
    1. Go to the CMS Student Portal and click on ONE Access.
    2. Scroll to Tutor.com, click access now.
    3. Use your CMS Student ID Number to Log-in. PIN is 4 digit birth year
    4. Go to work!
    5. Please remember live tutoring is available from 4:00 PM until 12:00 AM.

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  2. page Announcements edited * Splash UNC is an educational enrichment program that allows over one thousand high school stude…
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    Splash UNC is an educational enrichment program that allows over one thousand high school students to take classes on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus created and taught by Carolina students. Classes include a variety of interesting topics ranging from chemistry and swing dancing to neuroscience and Harry Potter. The classes we are offering this semester aim to help high school students explore their current interests and discover new passions. The program also provides students with the opportunity to visit the UNC-Chapel Hill campus and meet some of the university’s most engaged students. Splash UNC is hosting its bi-annual program for students in grades nine through twelve on Saturday, April 14th. Student check-in will start at 9am and classes will run from 10:30am-5pm. Registration is now open and will close on April 6th at 11:59pm. The program fee is $20 and lunch is provided. We accept payment online through our registration page where students can also pre-order a Splash UNC t-shirt for $10. We will also accept the program fee in cash or check the day of the event when students come to campus. Financial aid is available for students who request it. Please feel free to contact us at admin@splashunc.com, or visit our website at https://splashunc.com/ if you have any questions.

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    CHS Pineville - Healthcare Career DayFOR TEENS INTERESTED IN HEALTHCARE CAREER - sign up through Sign Up Genius beginning January 8, 2018. Go to signupgenius.com, look for sign-up icon at top of page. Under search by email, enter the following email address deborah.l.stclair@carolinas.org - Click on the appropriate sign up and submit. Limited seating for 80 students. See flyer for more details:
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Monday, March 26

  1. page Announcements edited * Splash UNC is an educational enrichment program that allows over one thousand high school stude…
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    Splash UNC is an educational enrichment program that allows over one thousand high school students to take classes on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus created and taught by Carolina students. Classes include a variety of interesting topics ranging from chemistry and swing dancing to neuroscience and Harry Potter. The classes we are offering this semester aim to help high school students explore their current interests and discover new passions. The program also provides students with the opportunity to visit the UNC-Chapel Hill campus and meet some of the university’s most engaged students. Splash UNC is hosting its bi-annual program for students in grades nine through twelve on Saturday, April 14th. Student check-in will start at 9am and classes will run from 10:30am-5pm. Registration is now open and will close on April 6th at 11:59pm. The program fee is $20 and lunch is provided. We accept payment online through our registration page where students can also pre-order a Splash UNC t-shirt for $10. We will also accept the program fee in cash or check the day of the event when students come to campus. Financial aid is available for students who request it. Please feel free to contact us at admin@splashunc.com, or visit our website at https://splashunc.com/ if you have any questions.

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    CHS Pineville - Healthcare Career DayFOR TEENS INTERESTED IN HEALTHCARE CAREER - sign up through Sign Up Genius beginning January 8, 2018. Go to signupgenius.com, look for sign-up icon at top of page. Under search by email, enter the following email address deborah.l.stclair@carolinas.org - Click on the appropriate sign up and submit. Limited seating for 80 students. See flyer for more details:
    {FLYER2017for all students.docx}
    *College of Science and Technology Presents Sci/Tech Week - North Carolina A&T State University The College of Science and Technology at North Carolina A&T State University presents Sci/Tech Week, March 13-17. The theme for the event is “STEM: Shaping the Future.” The week consists of visits by high school and community college students who will tour and witness STEM demonstrations conducted by College of Science and Technology students and faculty. The purpose of Sci/Tech Week is to educate, inform, and display the field of STEM and its place as a career choice. STEM academic preparation is important in the 21st century as we continue to face both globalization and a knowledge-based economy. We look forward to having you be part of the College of Science and Technology’s, Sci/Tech week. For additional information or to RSVP to any event, call 336.334.7359 or email bcwillis@ncat.edu.
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    Teen Health Connection is proud to offer our Girls Educated and Motivated for Success (GEMS) Mentoring Program. The GEMS Mentoring Program is an ongoing community group of girls ages 13 to 17. The GEMS meet every Wednesday evening at Teen Health Connection to tackle important health issues for young women. The GEMS participate in health education discussions and projects, self-esteem building activities and various community service projects. You can learn more about the GEMS program on our website.
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Thursday, March 22

  1. page Mental Health Resources edited Providence has partnered with Carolina's Creative Counseling as our School-based Mental Health pro…
    Providence has partnered with Carolina's Creative Counseling as our School-based Mental Health provider. Please see flyer below for more information about this program. If you are interested, please contact your School Counselor for more information and to be referred to the program.
    {Carolina's Creative Counseling Services.pdf}
    Useful links:
    https://www.nasponline.org/resources-and-publications/resources/mental-health/prevention-and-wellness-promotion/supporting-childrens-mental-health-tips-for-parents-and-educators-x38466
    https://notmykid.org/depression-self-injury/
    https://www.samhsa.gov/child-trauma/understanding-child-trauma

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  2. page Announcements edited National College Fair March 18th, 2018 See flyer for more details: {18SCHA-PSA.pdf} *The Chuc…
    National College Fair
    March 18th, 2018
    See flyer for more details:
    {18SCHA-PSA.pdf}
    *The Chuck Stone Program for Diversity in Media and Education is a workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Media and Journalism. It's for aspiring high school journalists who will be seniors in the 2018-2019 school year (current juniors). Participants attend a FULLY FUNDED 5-day workshop at UNC-Chapel Hill from July 8-12, 2018. The application materials must be received by March 15, 2018. Additional information and the application may be found at the following link: http://mj.unc.edu/stoneprogram.
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    {FLYER2017for all students.docx}
    *College of Science and Technology Presents Sci/Tech Week - North Carolina A&T State University The College of Science and Technology at North Carolina A&T State University presents Sci/Tech Week, March 13-17. The theme for the event is “STEM: Shaping the Future.” The week consists of visits by high school and community college students who will tour and witness STEM demonstrations conducted by College of Science and Technology students and faculty. The purpose of Sci/Tech Week is to educate, inform, and display the field of STEM and its place as a career choice. STEM academic preparation is important in the 21st century as we continue to face both globalization and a knowledge-based economy. We look forward to having you be part of the College of Science and Technology’s, Sci/Tech week. For additional information or to RSVP to any event, call 336.334.7359 or email bcwillis@ncat.edu.
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Friday, March 2

  1. page Announcements edited ... {FLYER2017for all students.docx} *College of Science and Technology Presents Sci/Tech Week -…
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    {FLYER2017for all students.docx}
    *College of Science and Technology Presents Sci/Tech Week - North Carolina A&T State University The College of Science and Technology at North Carolina A&T State University presents Sci/Tech Week, March 13-17. The theme for the event is “STEM: Shaping the Future.” The week consists of visits by high school and community college students who will tour and witness STEM demonstrations conducted by College of Science and Technology students and faculty. The purpose of Sci/Tech Week is to educate, inform, and display the field of STEM and its place as a career choice. STEM academic preparation is important in the 21st century as we continue to face both globalization and a knowledge-based economy. We look forward to having you be part of the College of Science and Technology’s, Sci/Tech week. For additional information or to RSVP to any event, call 336.334.7359 or email bcwillis@ncat.edu.
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    Study Aboard Information Sessions
    {Study Abroad Information Evenings Flyer 2017-2018.pdf}

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    Teen Health Connection is proud to offer our Girls Educated and Motivated for Success (GEMS) Mentoring Program. The GEMS Mentoring Program is an ongoing community group of girls ages 13 to 17. The GEMS meet every Wednesday evening at Teen Health Connection to tackle important health issues for young women. The GEMS participate in health education discussions and projects, self-esteem building activities and various community service projects. You can learn more about the GEMS program on our website.
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  2. page Announcements edited ... {18SCHA-PSA.pdf} *The Chuck Stone Program for Diversity in Media and Education is a workshop…
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    {18SCHA-PSA.pdf}
    *The Chuck Stone Program for Diversity in Media and Education is a workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Media and Journalism. It's for aspiring high school journalists who will be seniors in the 2018-2019 school year (current juniors). Participants attend a FULLY FUNDED 5-day workshop at UNC-Chapel Hill from July 8-12, 2018. The application materials must be received by March 15, 2018. Additional information and the application may be found at the following link: http://mj.unc.edu/stoneprogram.
    *1st Annual College Fair hosted by JSTP - Juniors and Seniors Transitional Program on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at Naomi Drenan Recreation Center at 750 Beal Street, Charlotte NC 28211 beginning at 6pm - 8pm. This event is open to all high school students interested in speaking to college representatives to obtain information on college scholarships, financial aid and admissions. There will be breakout sessions for parents during the evening to obtain information from college representatives.
    High School Seniors should bring their official transcripts along with their SAT/ACT scores as they will have the opportunity to be interviewed for college admission.
    If you would be so kind as to release this information as soon as possible to the students that you serve it would be greatly appreciated.
    If you have any questions please contact Larry Rainey at 980-272-1967.
    {College Fair Press Release.pdf}

    *CHS Pineville - Healthcare Career DayFOR TEENS INTERESTED IN HEALTHCARE CAREER - sign up through Sign Up Genius beginning January 8, 2018. Go to signupgenius.com, look for sign-up icon at top of page. Under search by email, enter the following email address deborah.l.stclair@carolinas.org - Click on the appropriate sign up and submit. Limited seating for 80 students. See flyer for more details:
    {FLYER2017for all students.docx}
    *College of Science and Technology Presents Sci/Tech Week - North Carolina A&T State University The College of Science and Technology at North Carolina A&T State University presents Sci/Tech Week, March 13-17. The theme for the event is “STEM: Shaping the Future.” The week consists of visits by high school and community college students who will tour and witness STEM demonstrations conducted by College of Science and Technology students and faculty. The purpose of Sci/Tech Week is to educate, inform, and display the field of STEM and its place as a career choice. STEM academic preparation is important in the 21st century as we continue to face both globalization and a knowledge-based economy. We look forward to having you be part of the College of Science and Technology’s, Sci/Tech week. For additional information or to RSVP to any event, call 336.334.7359 or email bcwillis@ncat.edu.
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    ChickTechChickTech is a non-profit organization dedicated to getting more girls and women into technology through hands-on events. Our free High School program seeks to engage girls who may have never participated in technology programs before, and who would benefit from hands-on activities, mentoring opportunities, and career exposure. This attached document further explains ChickTech, the timeline for nominations, and a tentative schedule for our first event in February. Our Kick Off event this year is February 17th-18th, 2018, and the program will continue through June 2018.
    To help us connect girls with tech opportunities, we ask you for nominations of up to 15 high school students from your school to take part in ChickTech. As nominators, you are in instrumental part of ChickTech; we appreciate your careful thought and nominations. Please submit your nominations here
    Feel free to email me personally at brittney.connor@chicktech.org or call my cell at (980) 689 - 1946 with any questions about the ChickTech program or the nomination process. Additionally, if you feel that this email has reached you in error, or you are no longer an educator in Charlotte, please let me know so I can connect with the appropriate contact from your school.

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    Study Aboard Information Sessions
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Wednesday, February 28

  1. page Announcements edited National College Fair March 18th, 2018 See flyer for more details: {18SCHA-PSA.pdf} *The Chu…
    National College Fair
    March 18th, 2018
    See flyer for more details:
    {18SCHA-PSA.pdf}

    *The Chuck Stone Program for Diversity in Media and Education is a workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Media and Journalism. It's for aspiring high school journalists who will be seniors in the 2018-2019 school year (current juniors). Participants attend a FULLY FUNDED 5-day workshop at UNC-Chapel Hill from July 8-12, 2018. The application materials must be received by March 15, 2018. Additional information and the application may be found at the following link: http://mj.unc.edu/stoneprogram.
    *1st Annual College Fair hosted by JSTP - Juniors and Seniors Transitional Program on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at Naomi Drenan Recreation Center at 750 Beal Street, Charlotte NC 28211 beginning at 6pm - 8pm. This event is open to all high school students interested in speaking to college representatives to obtain information on college scholarships, financial aid and admissions. There will be breakout sessions for parents during the evening to obtain information from college representatives.
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