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Last updated on 04/16/2014

Announcements:

Sophomores and Juniors: Interested in one of the U.S. Military Academies? Learn more about the academies and the application process at an information session at North Pocono High School on Saturday, May 17th from 11am – 1pm sponsored by District Rep. Matt Cartwright.



Reminder Seniors:
Class Day Applications are due NO LATER THAN

THURSDAY, APRIL 17TH

Applications must be handed in with an activities resume. Mrs. Judge will be available in the Career Center on Monday, April 7th and Monday, April 14th for any senior who needs help completing the application or a resume.

THIS APPLICATION QUALIFIES SENIORS FOR ALL OF THE SCHOLARSHIPS GIVEN ON CLASS DAY, INCLUDING VIKINGS HELPING VIKINGS SCHOLARSHIPS. PLEASE DO NOT MISS THIS VERY IMPORTANT DEADLINE!!!!

Two of the scholarships available through VHV have an essay requirement. The Josephine Oustrich Student/Athlete Scholarship and the McKeefery Family Scholarship essay prompts can be obtained in the guidance office or through the link above.





Below is the presentation from the 9th grade Parent’s Night held on October 17, 2013 for those who missed the presentation.
9th Grade Parent's Night


SAT’s at Riverside:
 When students register for test dates at Riverside they should enter Riverside’s test center code: 39674. The exams will begin at 8am, students should arrive at the high school between 7:30 and 7:45. Admissions ticket and photo ID is required. Please see the document “SAT Dates” above for testing dates and deadlines.



Attention all Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors:
Are you still
'In It to Win It?’ …   
The Challenge Program wants to take a ‘minute’ to remind you what you can do throughout the school year to win a $250 check.  Whether you lend a hand in the community, improve your grades, or just show up to school every day, you could be awarded for your hard work and dedication.

Remember, there are 4 Challenge Program categories that you could earn the award in:
Academic Excellence,
Academic Improvement,
Community Service, and
Attendance.

So get out there and keep working hard to win it!

Visit your guidance department for forms to track your community service hours. Visit The Challenge Program’s website, www.tcpinc.org , for more details. And don't forget to "like us” on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!



Please check out our new Student Assistance Program web site.  It can be found in the right hand column.

 



SELECTIVE SERVICES ANNOUNCEMENT This is an important announcement for all 17- and 18- year old men.

We want you to remember that when you turn 18, it is your civic responsibility to register with Selective Services.

Registering for Selective Service is a federal law and those who fail to register may be denied student loans, job training, government jobs, and driver’s licenses in most states.

You can get a Selective Service registration card at you local post office or register online at www.sss.gov.

If you have any questions regarding registration, please speak with the Guidance Office.
 

Guidance Staff

Mrs. Abbey Judge   District Chairperson
Counselor for Grades 11 and 12

Mrs. Laurie Mecca  
Counselor for Grades 7, 8, 9 , and 10

Mrs. Carol Nageli
District Psychologist
  


Riverside's Student Assistance Program



 

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