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    Class of 2021

Important Links

Enroll in Class 2021 Canvas Course:

Please make sure you are logged into myPascoConnect and enrolled in your grade level course! This course has enabled open enrollment. Students can self-enroll in the course: https://pasco.instructure.com/Class of 2021. Throughout the year your class sponsors, guidance and administration will communicate important grade level information that will be important to you.

 

 

Class of 2021 Administrative Contacts 

  • Class Assistant Principal:  
  • Class Counselor: 
  • College/Career Specialist: Mrs. Jennifer Batchelor
  • Class Sponsors: Mrs. Diehm & Ms. Monroe

Sophomore To-Do List

  • Schedule a meeting with your guidance counselor.
  • Go to www.FACTS.org to use the site’s ePEP & Evaluations, which can help you plan and monitor your progress toward future goals.
  • If you plan to attend college, talk to your counselor about taking Honors classes, AP classes, or Dual Enrollment classes.
  • Start smart with your grades. High school can be overwhelming at first, but it’s much easier to maintain a good GPA than it is to pull one up from the trenches.
  • If you have trouble finding a summer job, spend time volunteering or working on a special project that will enhance your resume.

College Planning Timeline – Sophomores

Freshman To-Do List

  • Join the Class Canvas Page for the most updated information, announcements, and presentations.  The Online Student Planner, also located on Canvas, provide important information.
  • Schedule a meeting with your guidance counselor.
  • Go to www.FACTS.org to use the site’s tools to help you plan and monitor your progress toward your future goals.
  • If you plan to attend college, talk to your guidance counselor about college prep programs, including Honors classes, AP classes.
  • Start smart with your grades. High school can be overwhelming at first, but it’s much easier to maintain a good GPA than it is to pull one up from the trenches.
  • If you have trouble finding a summer job, spend time volunteering or working on a special project that will enhance your resume.
  • Visit College Planning Guide – Freshman