KING TECH HIGH SCHOOL AFTERNOON SESSION
FOR STUDENTS IN GRADES 10 THROUGH 12
Great News! King Tech High School is offering a 3rd session. Starting on Monday,
January 13, King Tech will be offering a number of Career and Technical Education
courses after school at King Tech. The 3rd session will run for 8 weeks, Monday
through Friday, from 3-5pm. Bus transportation will be provided. The courses are
worth a .5 elective credit and a letter grade for completing the course. Please see your
counselor (MARIANNE) to register and please visit our website for more details.
Students enroll in one class and the following classes are offered:
Health Occupations Essentials
Intro to Aviation Technology
Intro to Aviation Maintenance
Intro to Carpentry
Intro to Welding
Intro to Construction Electricity
Intro to Small Engines
Culinary and Hospitality Foundations
Rural Criminal Justice
Emergency Trauma Technician (ETT)
Computer Technology: Keyboarding and Word Basics
Film, Audio, and Video Production
We are in the last week of regular classes for this semester and intensives are starting next Monday. It is exciting to have two weeks of fun before the start of winter break and I hope the excitement will carry over to fun activities over the break.
MAP testing – some students will be doing the MAP assessment Friday December 6th during registration.The staff at Steller chose registration day for the testing to minimize impact on instruction. Students have received a note and testing time is 10:30. The testing is mandated and students who don’t participate Friday will be pulled out for testing during intensives. The test typically takes 45 – 90 minutes. I will also let students take the test prior to Friday needed. If you have a child in grades 7, 8 or 9, please ask them if they received a note about testing Friday.
PSAT scores are arriving soon and I will post a note in the hallway and let advisors know when they arrive. Students can also log in to their College Board account and some may receive and email or a text that their scores are available. I recommend that students look at areas of weakness and strength and prepare accordingly for the SAT.
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Greetings from Smith,
The Office of Admission invites school counselors and prospective students to join us for virtual information sessions, through Zoom, to learn all about the extraordinary opportunities and resources at Smith. Please click the link of your preferred date (listed below) to register.
If you are not familiar with Zoom, it’s easy – all you’ll need is a computer, tablet, mobile device, or telephone to connect to the session. Once you register for a session, the confirmation email will provide explicit instructions as to how to connect to the virtual school visit.
November 26 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
December 10 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
December 17 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
January 7 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
January 21 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
February 4 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
February 18 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
March 3 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
March 17 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
March 31 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
April 14 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
April 28 (3:30 – 4:30 PM EDT)
Smith College has provided women of high ability and promise an education of uncompromising quality since 1871. A world-class faculty of scholars are fully engaged in students’ intellectual development, and an open curriculum encourages students to explore many fields of knowledge. Mentors for scholarship, leadership and service help students observe different models of achievement so students can set their own course with conviction and confidence.
Visit our website to learn more about Smith
Please feel free to email Nikki Chambers with any questions/concerns!
Office of Admission
Are you planning to attend one of the University of Alaska Universities?
Do you still need to take the SAT? Please sign up
for the November 2nd test to have your scores ready for the admissions process. The next opportunity to take the SAT is in March.
UA prospective students should apply early January for admissions by February 15, which is the deadline for admissions to be eligible for institutional grants and scholarships.
The SAT is also used as a placement test for English.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16
We would like to have all students seated by 8:30 so we can start the test on time. Please report to the MPR at 8:15.
Bring on test day:
Number 2 pencil w/eraser
Approved calculator: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10/taking-the-tests/test-day-checklist/approved-calculators
Social Security number (optional)
Email address (optional but recommended)
Water bottles/snack stay underneath the table
No hats and no big jackets
NO PHONES, SMART WATCHES OR OTHER DIGITAL DEVICES ALLOWED IN THE TESTING ROOM
- Leave your phone somewhere outside the testing room
- You are not allowed to use any digital devices during bathroom breaks or other breaks
Total testing time including administration is approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes
Two 5-minute breaks to stretch
Steller is going to the College Fair Monday October 14. The field trip is open for juniors and seniors and we have seats for 54 students on the bus. Students can sign up in the front office with Tami. Permission slips are required.
The bus will leave Steller at 9 am and return from the Alaska Airlines Center at 11 am.
This is a great opportunity to learn about a variety of colleges and what they have to offer. Students are encouraged to make a list of questions before they leave. Here is a link to one of many online resources on how to prepare for the college fair:
Is your high school hosting a college fair? College fairs are terrific opportunities to collect admissions information on potential schools and help you to narrow down your options for your college search! Read on to learn how to make a great first impression on college reps and get the most out of your college fair.