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Who to Contact?

Within the Student Services Department, there are several people to assist you with your needs and requests:

 

Mr. Marion, School Counselor

Mrs. Jones, School Counselor

Mrs. Pilcher, School Social Worker

Ms. Pittman, Registrar

Officer Howell, School Resource Officer

Updated: 11/9/2020

Individual and Family Resources

Mobile Crisis Emergency Contact- Integrated Family Services:  1-866-437-1821

 

Carteret County Emergency Assistance Resources.pdf (PDF)

 

Carteret County Food Resources.pdf (PDF)

 

Mental Health Resources 2019.2020. (PDF)

Signs of Suicide (SOS) Prevention Program

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* YOU can make a difference

BE A VOLUNTEER

There are many advantages to becoming a volunteer:

(1) Great College Resume Builder

(2)  Help others and give back to the community

(3)  Learn a new skill 

(4) Discover a possible career path 

(5) Networking

 

**Contact your counselor for opportunities

 

Tips for Online Learning

1. Treat an online course like a “real” course.

2. Hold yourself accountable

3. Practice time management

4.  Create a study space and stay organized.

5. Eliminate distractions.

6. Actively participate.

Practice Makes Perfect

General Information

On September 4, Governor Roy Cooper signed into law the Coronavirus Relief Act 3.0, which was passed by the General Assembly. The law includes the Extra Credit Grant program to be administered by the North Carolina Department of Revenue.

Most North Carolina families with children are eligible for a $335 coronavirus relief payment to help with virtual schooling and childcare costs.

The $335 payment is for individuals with a dependent child who was 16 or younger at the end of 2019.

If you filed a 2019 North Carolina individual income tax return reporting a qualifying child, you will get the payment automatically by December 15.

Individuals with a qualifying child who did not file a 2019 state return because their gross income for 2019 did not exceed the state’s filing requirements for their filing status (generally $10,000 per year if single and $20,000 per year if married) may still be eligible for the $335 payment, but they must apply.

Applications are due by October 15, 2020.

Help more North Carolinians receive $335 in coronavirus relief by sharing the word about the October 15th application deadline.

Go the Department of Revenue website for details or to apply: https://www.ncdor.gov/extracredit

 

Applications Open: US Senate Youth Program (USSYP)

Apply for the United States Senate Youth Program and Scholarship!
Application materials are now available for the upcoming United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP). The USSYP provides an educational opportunity for juniors and seniors interested in pursuing college coursework in history or political science to spend a week in Washington D.C. meeting Senators, cabinet members, Supreme Court justices, and officials from various federal agencies and the White House. Due to the circumstances posed by the current pandemic, the upcoming Washington Week experience will be held online the week of March 15, 2021.
• Two student winners will be selected to represent North Carolina.
• These two winners will each attend the Washington Week online program and receive a $10,000 undergraduate college scholarship.
• North Carolina application materials can be found on the North Carolina Senate Youth website October 1, 2020 – December 6, 2020 -

 

http://senateyouthnc.webs.com/.

North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Attention 10th Grade students:  Admissions Requirement update for the North Carolina School of Science and Math
 
Standardized Test Update for the Class of 2023
 
In response to the extraordinary challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on access to SAT and ACT testing, the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) will waive the standardized test requirement (SAT and/or ACT) for the Class of 2023.  For students who choose to submit standardized test score reports, those score reports will not be considered as part of the NCSSM admissions review process, as we strive to ensure equity for all students across the state of North Carolina.
 
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Admissions, admissions@ncssm.edu.
 

Carteret County Food Resources 2020

Carteret County Food Resources 2020

Check your emails!

During the time we are not coming to school it is vital that you continue to check your email! Mrs. Jones and Mr. Marion will be emailing you during this time like we would normally. If you need to get in touch with your counselors during this time send us an email---

 

beverly.jones@carteretk12.org

 

derek.marion@carteretk12.org

 

 

Use the Internet WISELY and SAFELY

Freshman!!!

What Should I Be Doing?

  1. Focus on your grades and classes. GPA and Class rank matter when applying to college
  2. Sign up for extracurricular activities. Get involved.
  3. Volunteer
  4. Start a log or journal to ...more

Sophomores!!!

What Should I Be Doing?

  1. Take ownership of your education! Talk with your school counselor about your future plans.
  2. Talk with your teachers about how to best prepare for your tests and exams.
  3. Keep a log ...more

Juniors!!!

What should I be doing?

  1. Take the PSAT ( not required but information very useful)- this is a National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test
  2. Take the SAT and/or ACT at least one time.- ACT will be given to ...more

SENIORS!!!!

What Should I Be Doing?

1. Start working on college applications- decide if you want to apply for early admission.

2. Retake the SAT and/or ACT.

3. Talk with your teachers and counselor about ...more

ACADEMIC RESOURCES

College Vists

Each student is allotted two (2) days per high school career to tour college campuses.  If you wish to participate in a college visit day (s), you must pick up a college visit request form from Student Services.  This form must be signed by the school administrator prior to your absence.  This form must be returned to the school after your visit with proof of visitation. You are responsible for all work missed. 

Email

If you would like to receive emails from your student's counselor, please email the counselor to be added to the roster.

 

Grading Scale

Grading Scale

Quality Points

 

Standard

Honors

AP and/or

CCC College Transfer

90-100

4.0

4.5

5.0

80-89

3.0

3.5

4.0

70-79

2.0

2.5

3.0

60-69

1.0

1.5

2.0

59 and below

0.0

0.0

0.0

How do I send a transcript with my college application?

This is a great question! Even better: I have the answer for you! There are two ways to have your transcript sent to the college or university that needs it for their application.

 

 

For colleges and universities in North Carolina, you will need to go to http://www.cfnc.org.

     If you do not have an account, you will need to make one. 

     You will need your PowerSchool #.

     Under Transcript Manager, you will see directions on how to send your transcript.

 

For colleges, universities, scholarships, military, etc., please come to Student Services and fill out the Transcript Request Form. You will need to know the address of where you would like your transcript sent.

 

 

Updated: 10/4/2019

SERVICES

Academic Support-

* Academic Planning

* Referral for Academic Support

* Test Interpretation

* Student Record Interpretation

Career/College Planning-

* Financial Aid Workshops

* Scholarship Workshops

* College Nights

* Career Inventories

Responsive Services-

 * Individual Counseling

 * Small Group Counseling

 * Linking with Community  Supports

 * Linking with School Supports

 * Character Education

 * Crisis Intervention