Please check out the links below to a a few upcoming events in the community. These events are related to Career Workshops, FAFSA, College Admissions and ACT/SAT Prep.
May 7th-13th is Children's Mental Health Awareness Week. You may see people wearing green ribbons or green shirts this week in support of children’s and youth mental health. This week, we will be talking about the importance of being healthy not just in our bodies, but in our minds.
This means doing things to help ourselves and others feel better when we are sad, worried, angry, or scared.
Each day this week on the announcements, we will learn a 'Coping Skill of the Day.' Teachers, please encourage your students to practice these in class together."
Today's coping skill of the day is taking deep breaths. Breathe in through your nose for 3 seconds, hold the breath for 3 seconds, and breathe out for 3 seconds. Do this 5 times or until you start to feel better. Breathing deeply helps calm your body down and gives you time to figure out how to react to what is going on around you.
REMEMBER, YOUR MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS!"
Longwood University will be hosting an informational interest meeting for a dual enrollment personal finance and economics course on Tuesday, March 27, from 6:30-7:30 pm at Deep Run High School and Henrico High School, in the school’s auditorium. If you are interested in earning college credit in a condensed summer course, this course can meet those needs. To get more information on the dual enrollment personal finance and economics course or the interest meeting, please see your school counselor.
Step One: Register for the AP exam via the google form on the Counseling Website.https://goo.gl/forms/EGFSHcqtzi9V91FO2
Step Two: Pay the exam fee by Friday, March 16, 2018 by 3pm in School Counseling, CFA or IB office.