Annual Parent/Guardian Survey
Dear A-TECH Parents/Guardians,
Please complete the annual Parent/Guardian Survey now through December 22 at http://ccsd.net/district/surveys.
The survey is only 20 short questions and should take less than 5 minutes to complete. You also do not need your student’s ID number and can simply select, “Advanced Technologies Academy” from the dropdown menu.
This survey will provide our school with valuable feedback for the School Organization Team.
This a reminder that the Free Application for Federal Student Aid opened on October 1st. If you plan to receive aid from the federal government in order to help pay for college, It is imperative that you go online to www.fafsa.ed.gov and fill out the 2018/2019 FAFSA as soon as possible. Remember that federal and university aid is first come, first serve. It is recommended you complete the FAFSA by Nov 1st as this is the priority deadline for UNLV and other college institutions. If you want to ensure you receive to most aid and scholarship opportunities possible, make sure you fill out the FAFSA immediately. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Romero in the counseling office.
A-TECH was recently acknowledged by the Magnet Schools of America for “Building a Culture of Achievement” in their Snapshot of America’s Magnet Schools publication. Read the article on Page 9. Snapshot of Magnet Schools in America Publication
There are books in the College & Career Center to help you search for colleges and scholarships: The Complete Book of Colleges 2018 Edition, Best Colleges U.S. News & World Report 2018 Edition, and Ultimate Scholarship Book 2018. Check out the College & Career Center in room 202. All students welcome.
Raising Canes will be sold Friday 12/15 during both lunches on a first come first serve basis. If you pre-paid for Canes your lunch will be placed aside for pick-up.
Diversity dance team will be having a dance workshop on Wednesday, December 13th after school in the gym.
Hey Mavericks! Pre-registration for the 2018-2019 school year starts now! Visit our school website: www.atech.org and click on the 2018-2019 course registration link to get started. Please make sure to watch the video before you begin. You must know your school google login and password to complete your registration. All contracts and forms with your pre-registration submission through the google link must be completed by 3 pm on Friday, December 22. Remember to talk to your parents and teachers about your course selections for next year.
BSU will be having a holiday fundraiser. Holiday grams will be sold during both lunches beginning on Wednesday, December 13th through Friday, December 15th. Also BSU will be having a clothing drive to help women and children at Shade tree and children at Child Haven. If you have any clothing to donate, please make sure they are not undergarments and the clothes are gently used, clean and brought in a disposable bag. Donations will go on till Friday, December 15th and boxes will be placed in the front office and in the SAC.
Bible Club at A-TECH is meeting this Wednesday after school in room 800. All are welcome to join us! This is a non-district sponsored club.
Gettysburg College has several summer programs in 2018 for high school students. Subjects includes psychology, creative writing, 3D object modeling & printing, coding for robotics & electronics, Civil War history, and electoral politics. For more information visit http://www.gettysburg.edu/about/offices/fa/conferences/summer-camps.dot.
A-TECH is proud to partner with UNLV’s Computer Science Department in order to prepare students for post-secondary education and computer science careers.
The Unlikelies Challenge is an opportunity for teens in grades 7-12 to create service projects fueled by their individual passions and using their unique talents. In 1,000 words or less, answer the question: “How would you use $1,000 to change the world?” Five winners will receive $1,000 seed-money grants to bring their projects to life. Visit carriefirestoneauthor.com for more information. #1K4Good
Class of 2017 – Final Transcripts
Your college/university will require a copy of your final transcript to be on file before they will let you register for your semester courses.
*transcripts are available for pickup beginning on Wednesday, June 14 – Friday, June 30.
Pickup hours are from 7am ‐11am. Registrar’s office is closed during the month of July.
Use this form to request transcripts: Transcript Request Form
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