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i Register: Huntsville City Schools Middle and High School Course Registration Fair

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i Register: Huntsville City Schools Middle and High School Course Registration Fair

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  1. i Register: Huntsville City Schools Middle and High School Course Registration Fair Donna Clark, Coordinator School Counseling Services February 16, 2017

  2. iRegister 2017: Is the Annual Huntsville City Schools Registration Fair for Middle and High School Students and Parents • Theme: Exploring - College, Career and Community • Date: Saturday, March 4, 2017 • Time: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. • Location: Von Braun Center North Hall • Parking: City municipal parking garage on Monroe St. and Meadow Gold lot on Clinton next to VBC • Target Audience: Parents/Guardians and Students in rising grades 6-12

  3. iRegister 2017: Is the Annual Huntsville City Schools Registration Fair for Middle and High School Students and Parents • Goal: Huntsville City Schools strives to prepare students to be college and career ready upon graduation from high school. In order to be college and career ready, course planning and selection is a critical piece of the puzzle. The i Register Course Selection Fair will provide students and parents with tools, information, and guidance to make informed decisions that lead to a desired career path, college and career readiness and transition to the next grade level.

  4. During the iRegister Event, A Variety of Break-Out Sessions Will Be Held for Parents/Guardians and Students • Exploring Grade Level Opportunities • 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th • Core and Elective Options Including AP and Honors Courses • Graduation Requirements • Outline of College and Career Readiness Activities • Freshman Success Strategies • Magnets – What’s the Attraction? • College Recruiter Panel Discussion • Understanding Your GPA • Making AP/Honors Work for You • Tips for English Language Learners and Their Families

  5. During the iRegister Event, A Variety of Break-Out Sessions Will Be Held for Parents/Guardians and Students (Continued) • Find your Pathway to Success! • Understanding Block Scheduling • Super 6 Coffee Talk - Extracurricular Activities • Power Hour – Why It Works • Scholarship and Financial Aid Overview • College Admissions: ACT vs. SAT • New Century Technology High School – Check Us Out! • College Academy 2nd Cohort Student/Parent Meeting • Making a Successful Transition • *Each session is 30 minutes & AP/Honors session will be repeated three times

  6. HCS Career Readiness Programs Will Have Career Academy Exhibits for iRegister Attendees to Visit, Collect Career Academy Information, and Talk with a Career Academy Representative from Each Career Academy • Career Academies • Audio Visual (Television Production and Technical Theater) • Building Sciences • Business (Business Management and Administration, Finance, and Sports and Entertainment Marketing) • Culinary Arts • Education and Training • Engineering Design and Advanced Manufacturing • Entertainment Technology • Esthetics and Spa Management • Fashion

  7. HCS Career Readiness Programs Will Have Career Academy Exhibits for iRegister Attendees to Visit, Collect Career Academy Information, and Talk with a Career Academy Representative from Each Career Academy (Continued) • Career Academies • Food, Wellness and Dietetics • Health Sciences • Heavy Equipment Operation • Junior ROTC - Air Force • Junior ROTC – Army • Precision Machining • Project Lead the Way – Biomedical Sciences • Project Lead the Way – Engineering • Welding

  8. HCS Department Exhibits Will Offer Informational Flyers about Course Offerings, Support Services, and Resources Available to HCS Students • Assessment and Accountability (InfoSnap) • Advanced Placement and Honors Courses • Freshman Academy • Magnet Programs • International Baccalaureate/Magnet Programs • School Counseling (Support students and parents with course selection questions) • School Readiness • Secondary Programs • Extracurricular Activities (each high school) • Networked Learning • Information Technology – Help Desk • Military Child Education Coalition • Student Welfare

  9. College and Community Partners Exhibits Will Share Resources and Opportunities Available for Students • Colleges and Universities • Local • State • Regional • Community Agencies and Partners • Tutoring • Community Centers • Youth Programs • Local Programs and Opportunities • Summer programs • Volunteer opportunities • Employment opportunities