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Guidance Department

Ericka Burkey
High School Couselor

eburkey@southrange.org

Room H115

CEEB Code: 363-850

2017-2018 School Profile

 

 

Procedure for a Work Permit

1. Print the following forms:

2. Complete each form, making sure ALL sections are correct.

3. Turn in both forms to Mrs. Gorby who will input your work permit online.*

 

*Your work permit will NOT be processed if any section is missing or not completed!

 

Americanism & Government Test Sign-Up

This test is not designed to test one student against another. The A&G Test is designed to test each student against their knowledge of government affairs. The A&G Test consists of 50 questions covering federal, state, county and local government, the U.S. flag, the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

The A&G Program is open to all students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades in all public, private and parochial schools in Ohio. 

 

 

 

Mahoning Valley Youth Leadership

MVYL is seeking sophomore candidates for its leadership program. MVYL is an exciting program, which gives participants the opportunity to explore our community. Students from Mahoning and Trumbull county schools are selected to participate each year. If you are a tenth grader and would like to apply, please click on the above link. Dates and information regarding the upcoming semester can be found here

 

Deadline to turn in MVYL application to Mrs. Burkey is Wednesday, November 1!

 

 

 

Guidance Events

 

Pre-ACT

Wednesday, October 25

$12 (South Range Schools)

Open to Sophomores

 

 

Wednesday, October 18

Financial Aid Night

6:30 pm in the auditorium

The 2018-2019 FAFSA form will be live October 1st! As such, Gina McHenry, from YSU's finanical aid office, will lead a one-hour meeting  discussing important topics relating to financial aid. While juniors and their parents/guardians are invited, this meeting is especially important for seniors and their families.

 

Wednesday, December 6

College Credit Plus Information Night

6:30 pm in the auditorium

Believe it or not, we begin talking about the 2018-2019 school sooner rather than later. CCP is one of the first topics we must plan for when organizing for next school year. The CCP Information Night is essential for ANY student who will be in grades 7-12 for the 2018-2019 school year. This includes any student who will participate in a CCP class that takes place on the South Range campus. Even if a student is a returning CCP student, this meeting is very important to attend. Representatives from EGCC, Kent State Salem, and YSU will present information relating to each university's priorities and deadlines. Please contact Mrs. Burkey for further questions.

 

 

 

Colleges Visiting South Range!!

The following is a list of colleges and universities that will be making fall visits this year. Sign-ups are in Mr. Barth's, Mrs. Toy's, and Miss Rosen's classrooms, as well as outside the guidance office. Please check back regularly as more college visits will be scheduled!

 

  1. Youngstown State University-Wednesday, 9/13 @ 1:00 pm
  2. University of Mount Union-Monday, 9/18@ 9:15 am
  3. Miami University (Oxford), Tuesday, 10/3 
  4. Ohio State University-Wednesday, 10/4 @ 1:00 pm
  5. Bowling Green State University-Thursday, 10/5 @ 11:30 am
  6. Kent State University (w/Kent Salem)-Monday, 10/9 @ 8:45 am
  7. Ohio Northern Pharmacy-Tuesday, 10/10 @ 1:00 pm
  8. Penn State Shenango-Wednesday, 10/11 @ 10:30 am
  9. Malone University-Thursday, 10/12 @ 9:30 am 
  10. Westminster College-Monday, 10/16 @ 8:30 am
  11. Ohio University-Wednesday, 10/18 @ 10:30 am
  12. Lake Erie College-Thursday, 10/19 @ 1:00 pm
  13. Baldwin-Wallce-Monday, 10/23 @ 8:00 am (RESCHEDULE!)
  14. Thiel College-Monday, 10/23 @ 11:00 am
  15. Seton Hill-Tuesday, 10/24 @ 9:00 am
  16. Slippery Rock University-Wednesday, 10/25 @ 10:15 am
  17. Otterbein College-Thursday, 10/26 @ 8:00 am
  18. Walsh University-Monday, 10/30 @ 10:15 am
  19. Eastern Gateway Community College-Tuesday, 10/31 @ 9:15 am
  20. Geneva College-Wednesday, 11/1 @ 11:00 am
  21. University of Toledo-Tuesday, 11/2 @ 8:30 am

 

Class of 2018 News:

1. DC Trip Information Letter-Deposit money ($100) is due to Mrs. Burkey by August 14, 2017. Please make sure you include Mrs. Burkey's name on the envelope if you're mailing it to school. We need 40 seniors to attend for the trip to take place! Please refer to the information that was mailed home in the middle of July. Additional copies of those letters are available outside the guidance office.

2. August Class Meeting-Mrs. Burkey passed out information regarding important dates for the senior class, including payment deadlines for D.C. trip, Cedar Point trip, as well as cap and gown. Please use this paper as a point of reference of upcoming senior events.

3. Senior Fall English Meeting-Important information regarding colleges, transcripts, scholarship, and more were discussed on Friday, September 22. Seniors attending classes at South Range were encouraged to sit in on one of Miss Rosen's English classes, regardless if they take English here or through CCP at Kent or YSU. If you would like to review the slide show, please click on the link above.

 

 

Scholarships 

Available only to the Class of 2018

 

Distinguished Young Women Scholarship-Due September 19, 2017

University of Mt. Union's Presidential Scholarship Program-Event takes place Saturday, December 2

Community Foundation Scholarships-January 1, 2018

YSU Trailblazer Scholarship-Due April 15, 2018

Student Scholarships.org-Various deadline dates

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Career Advising

This policy has been developed as prescribed in R.C. 3313.6020 and the State Board of Education's Model Policy. This policy shall be updated at least once every two (2) years. The policy shall be made available to students, parents/guardians/custodians, and local postsecondary institutions, residents of the District, and shall be posted on the District web site.

Career advising is an integrated process that helps students understand how their personal interests, strengths and values might predict satisfaction and success in school and related career fields, as well as how to tie these interests and strengths to their academic and career goals. Students need to have access to comprehensive resources and support to prepare for their future success. Through relevant classroom instruction, career-related learning experiences, and a program of counseling and advising, students can discover their interests and explore academic and career pathway options.

The District’s Career Advising Plan shall include:

  1. Grade-level examples that link students’ schoolwork to one (1) or more career fields.
  2. Career advising to students in grades K-12, which includes age-appropriate activities and also includes creating and maintaining a Student Success Plan beginning in grade 6.
  3. Documentation on career advising provided for review by the student, student’s parent, guardian or custodian, and schools the student may attend in the future.
  4. The supports necessary for students to have successful transitions from high school to their postsecondary destinations, including interventions and services for students in need of remediation in mathematics and English language arts.

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