11/13 Marilyn Kaufman's College Planning
11/15 Reflections entries are due
11/18 Parent Program – Teenager emotional health
11/18-22 Teacher Appreciation Drive
FAST AND FURIOUS:
HOW TO DEVELOP A GAME PLAN FOR COLLEGE
By: Marilyn Kaufman
November 13 6:30-7:30 PM
Come learn the twelve strengths and experiences that colleges look for in their applicants. Learn the secrets and strategies of students who have successfully navigated this complex college process from an expert who has reviewed thousands of applications for freshman enrollment at SMU and UCLA. Uncover practical ways that students can be distinguished from a plethora of bright, talented, and exceptional high school seniors. And most importantly, learn how to avoid yelling, nagging, eye-rolling, and sarcasm when you remind your child of the importance of making good grades.
Parents and students are encouraged to attend this must see program on Wednesday, November 13th at 6:30 PM in the Shepton High School Presentation Room, sponsored by the Shepton Parents and Teachers Association. Prepare to be enlightened on how to get into college by Marilyn Kaufman, M.Ed., a certified college consultant, President of College Admission Consultants, a private, personalized approach to college counseling, one of twenty-five college counselors who serves on The Princeton Review’s National College Counselor Advisory Board, and the parent of a Shepton alumni. Preparing for college does not have to be stressful or filled with angst; it can be a positive and extraordinary opportunity for young adults to gain self-awareness and responsibility while developing
self-motivation and strong communication skills. Timelines will be provided of when and what necessary steps can be taken to enhance an applicant’s admission for college and how to find the right fit and be able to afford it! This program is as much for students as it is for parents, as the key to being accepted to college is self-awareness, self-motivation, self-discipline, and taking personal responsibility for one’s future.
Reflections Theme for 2019-2020 is
Last week to submit!
- Film Production
- Visual Arts
- Dance Choreography
- Music Composition
Important REFLECTIONS update! Entries for the Reflections Program is Friday November 15th, by the end of the school day. All entries must be turned in, in completed form to Ms. Pierce in the Visual Arts Dept.
Questions regarding the Reflections Program?
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Copy Room & Attendance Office
Need a few good people!
We are looking for volunteers to help in the Shepton Copy Room & Attendance Office this semester. If you are available to help out, please log into your Membership Toolkit account and select the dates/times that work for your schedule. We are especially looking for help this week and next week to help get our teachers off to a smooth start for the semester.
Thank you for your willingness to help our school staff!
Shepton Booster Clubs
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Plano west news:
Plano West Hockey Club News:
- Thursday, November 14th- 7:45pm vs. Frisco at Starcenter Mckinney
- Thursday, November 21st - 8:30pm vs. Keller at Starcenter Plano
- Thursday, December 5th - 8:00pm vs. Coppell - at Starcenter Plano
- Sunday, November 17th - 7:00pm vs. Frisco Red - at Richardson Starcenter
- Sunday, November 24th - 5pm vs. Plano Senior - at Starcenter Plano
- Sunday, December 1st - 4:00pm - vs. Highland Park - at Richardson Starcenter
Check out Snowflake Holiday Bazaar on Facebook
to discover the awesome vendors that will be there!
GOING ON IN RENNER
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IMPORTANT: You must be a cleared volunteer to volunteer at the school.
Be sure to complete your PISD Volunteer Application for 2019-2020 after July 1.
Renewals must be done annually.
To renew your volunteer clearance with Plano ISD after July 1, 2019
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