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      Sep 23:  End of Grading Period

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

      Sep 26:  Counselors review transcripts in class

    ACADEMIC GOALS FOR THE MONTH:

    Build a strong foundation in terms of study skills.  This means daily practice in advanced classes

    Use the Monday/Thursday after school support for assistance with math.  Room 126: 3:20 – 4:50 pm

    Use every Tutorial for academic support

    Write names/contact info for all teachers & 3 classmates to contact in case you are out

    Read the Pirate News every Monday

    COLLEGE/CAREER GOALS:

    Naviance Sign up for College Visits (at least 5). Add colleges to your “Colleges I’m Thinking About” list.

    Review academic plan, graduation and college entrance requirements

    Register for PSAT at the Drake Student Store (online)

    SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL GOALS FOR THE MONTH:

    Attend Club Day and select one or two clubs to attend.  Sep 09 at 10 am!

    Focus on Balance: family time, academics, athletics, friends & personal time

    PARENTING TIPS/OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE MONTH:

    Explore the Ross Valley Healthy Community Collaborative (RVHCC) website. Look for opportunities to get involved in areas of interest to you

    Attend the Drake 101 Parenting Events.  9/8 in the evening or 9/9 in the morning.  Topics include: Overview of all student support services at Drake

    Spend 10 minutes listening carefully to your student and reflecting back what you heard her/him say without offering an opinion or counter viewpoint

    Read Uncommon Sense for Parents with Teenagers or Surviving High School, by Mike Riera, PhD.  He will be presenting in October at College of Marin