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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.

Sign up Link for Graduation Information from Herff Jones

A note from Herff Jones:

Seniors, We hope you have had a good start to a very strange school year? Due to the uncertainty that COVID has placed upon us all, we have created a simple way for Seniors and their families to stay informed about the graduation process.  This will allow us to keep Seniors and their families informed on dates, provide order links and materials. Getting this information will be a key ingredient in making for a smooth graduation process. Thank you for all that do every day. We are here for you, and are always ready to help.- Herff Jones

Click Here: Class of 2021 Herff Jones Contact Card

 

Class of 2021 Administrative Contacts 

  • Class Assistant Principal:  Diamela Vergne
  • Class Counselor: Allison Kanewa
  • College/Career Specialist:
  • 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