At North View Middle School we believe that every student’s academic and personal development should guided by an adult advocate. As part of this guidance, we intentionally build opportunities in our school day to provide students with guidance for “Life After High School”. Much of what we do is aligned with outcomes associated with the Ramp-Up to Readiness advisory program. As a result of our implementation of this programming model a number of building wide activities will be held throughout the year. The first of these is College Knowledge Month.
The purpose of College Knowledge Month at the middle school level is to increase students’ awareness around post secondary options. Every Wednesday this month there have been activities or events designed to get our students thinking about and talking about their options. Activities have included staff “reppin” their college gear, college talks in advisory and college souvenir giveaways to name a few. As we conclude our activities, we would like to get our families and community members involved as well.
If you are interested in talking to students about your career or help inspire students to follow their dreams, North View Middle School would love to have your support.
We are looking for individuals who would be willing to participate in a career panel. Specific information is below.
Who: Adults from our community who love their job!
What: A career panel discussing the personal and social benefits of your career with students.
When: Tuesday, November 17th, from about 9:15-10:15 AM.
Where: North View Middle School.
How: Contact Lara Woyno, 8th grade school counselor, at 763-585-7213 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, November 3rd.