The Bronco Connection

The Bronco Connection
October 22, 2014
The Bronco Connection is a weekly bulletin of information concerning colleges, financial aid, important test dates, scholarships and
general announcements published by the
Lee's Summit North Guidance and Counseling Center
[The Bronco Connection can also be found on the LSN Website]
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YOUR LSN GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING
STAFF IS HERETO HELP!
Our hours are M-F 7:15 am - 3:00 pm. You are
welcome to come by and make an appointment
to visit with your counselor to ask questions
about curriculum, scheduling, planning for
college or just about anything!
GO R
OYAL
S!!!!!!!
RO
ALS!!!!!!!
Mrs. Hutsell is down the hall a bit from the main
Guidance and Counseling Center in Room 1131.
She can help with college applications, official
and unofficial transcript requests and scholarship
information. You may also check with her to sign
up for the college representatives visits to LSN.
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GUIDANCE STAFF
ABRYANA WOOD A - D
[email protected]
ROBIN GRAY E - LA
[email protected]
LAURA HILLBRAND LE - R
[email protected]
SHELLEY MCCAIN S - Z
[email protected]
KARLA BARNHILL, REGISTRAR 986-3017
[email protected]
VALERIE MEUSCHKE, ADMIN. ASST. 986-3053 OR 986-3003
KATHY HUTSELL, ADMIN. ASST. 986-3051
Madison Cronley & Kelli Heineck, Student Assistants
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SPECIAL
EVENTS
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
Historically Black College
and University Tour
DATES: MARCH 15-22,2015
This is the 18th annual tour of Historically Black
College and Universities. Below is a list of
schools to be visited:
• Kentucky State, Frankfort, KY
• West Virginia State, Dunbar, WV
• Hampton University, Hampton, VA
• Norfolk State, Norfolk, VA
• Virginia Union University, Richmond, VA
• Virginia Commonwealth Univ, Richmond,VA
• Bowie State, Bowie, MD
• Coppin State, Baltimore, MD
• Morgan State, Baltimore, MD
• Howard University, Washington DC
• Georgetown University, Washington DC
• George Mason University, Washington DC
• Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO
$500 per person
Price Includes:
• Round trip transportation
• Hotel Accommodations
• Breakfast meals each day
• Guided tours with campus admissions
• Sightseeing Tours
SEE MRS. HUTSELL FOR THE
INFORMATION/APPLICATION PACKET.
Final payment is due February 15, 2015
Please join Dr. Rossiter on Wednesday,
October 22 or Thursday October 23
during Parent-Conference night for
information concerning Lee’s Summit
North’s IB Programs. For Juniors,
meetings on both evenings will be held
from 6:00 PM to 6:30 PM in Elliott Hall.
For Freshmen & Sophomores, meetings
on both evenings will be held from 6:30
PM to 7:00 PM in Elliott Hall. No appointment necessary. Please email or
call Dr. Rossiter for further questions.
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UCM 101
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9
3 - 5 PM
AT UCM - LEE'S SUMMIT
850 NW CHIPMAN RD DOOR 54
Come see presentations on admissions, and
Financial Services and a mini browsing fair with
representatives from Admissions, Nursing,
Harmon College of Business, School of Technology, and Criminal Justice. Light refreshments
will be served and STUDENTS WHO
ATTEND WILL ALSO RECEIVE AN
APPLICATION FEE WAIVER!!!
IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND THIS EVENT,
YOU MUST RSVP BY OCTOBER 26 TO:
ucmo.edu/ucm101
You are welcome to bring two guests with you!
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BLACK AND VEATCH EXPLORER
PROGRAM
Black & Veatch's Explorer Post is a program that
exposes high school students to various disciplines of engineering and technology through
presentations, hands-on activities, tours and
community service. this program is open to all
high school students in the greater Kansas City
area.
The Program runs from late August until mid-May
2015. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of
each month. There is a registration fee of $40 for
the year.
URBAN LEAGUE &
INFINITE SCHOLARS PROGRAM
SCHOLARSHIP FAIR &
NETWORKING DAY
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2014
9 AM TO 2 PM
KAUFFMAN FOUNDATION CONFERENCE
CENTER
4801 ROCKHILL ROAD
KANSAS CITY MO 64110
SEE MRS. HUTSELL FOR REGISTRATION
FORMS AND MORE DETAILS!!!
Please see Mrs. Hutsell in room 1131 for more
details regarding this Explorer Post Program.
Black & Veatch is only ONE of several
organizations in the Greater Kansas City
Area that has an Explorer Post. Following
is a list of others:
•TRUMAN MEDICAL CENTER - Health
Careers
•KCP&L (careers in Energy)
•UMKC SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY
•HALLMARK PHOTOGRAPHY
•DOWNTWON AVIATION EXPLORER
PROGRAM
•EXPLORER POST 816 - Explore the
world of Entrepreneurial Leaders
MRS. HUTSELL HAS INFORMATION
ABOUT ALL OF THESE PROGRAMS IN
HER OFFICE!!
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Avila University
Fall Previews
Saturday, November 8
Located in the Whitfield Conference Room on the
campus. Students & parents will receive a tour
of campus, meet with a member of the faculty and
their admission representative. If a student wants
to learn more about the athletic program at Avila
a representative will be there to give a presentation as well. Contact :
[email protected]
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2014-2015
ACT TEST DATES
TEST DATE
DEADLINE
LATE REGIS.
Oct. 25
Sept. 19
Sept.20-Oct.3
Dec. 13
Nov. 7
Nov. 8-21
Feb. 7, 2015
Jan. 9
Jan. 10-16
April 18,2015
March 13
March 14-27
June 13,2015
May 8
May 9-22
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ACT urges students to apply online for
the ACT test. We have an information
sheet and test prep booklets in the Guidance and Counseling Center.
College Representative
Visits to LSN
Many universities and colleges will send representatives to Lee's Summit North during the school
year. These meetings are a great opportunity for
you to learn more about schools you might be
interested in attending. The following is a list of
the visits we have scheduled so far for the month
of OCTOBER & NOVEMBER:
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Truman State; Oct. 28; 9:00 am
Southwest Baptist; Oct. 28; 1:30 pm
Avila; Oct. 29; 10:15 am
Simpson College; Oct. 30; 9:00 am
William Jewell; Oct. 30; 1:30 pm
Newman Univ; Nov. [email protected]:00 am
Savannah College of Art & Design; 11/3; 1:30 pm
Missouri Southern; Nov. 11; 1:30 pm
UCM; Nov. 12; 1:45 pm
Washburn Univ; 11/17; 9:00 am
Summit Technology Open House!!!
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Here is their website to register:
www.actstudent.org/start
Summit Technology is hosting three Open House If you would like to meet with a college represenNights to be held November 20, 2014; January 13 tative, stop by Mrs. Hutsell's office, Room 1131,
just down the hall from the main Guidance and
and February 2, 2015.
Counseling Center, and sign up to attend. You
Sessions Include:
must have your planner signed by your teacher in
order to miss part of class to attend one of these
• 6:00 - 6:30 pm -"Early Planners" Session for
visits.
Middle Students and their Parents
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• 6:30 - 8:00 pm - Summit Technology Academy
Classroom Open House
• 6:30 - 7:00 pm - Missouri Innovation Campus
Presentation
• 7:00 - 7:30 pm - Missouri Innovation Campus
Presentation
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2014-2015 LSN
ACT Prep Course
ACT PREP CLASS SCHEDULE
WHAT: Intensive prep course designed to
prepare students for taking the ACT.
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WHO: Any student who has not taken the ACT
and wants help preparing for the test. Any student
who HAS taken the ACT and wants help improving their overall score or specific subject test
scores.
Prep Course #3
Wed 12/3 5 pm - 9 pm
Thu 12/4 5 pm - 7:30 pm
Wed 12/10 5 pm - 7:30 pm
Thu 12/11 5 pm - 9pm
ACT TEST DATE: SAT 12/13/2014
WHEN: Prep Class dates are listed on the
following page. Pick the class that corresponds
with your test date, if possible. Attendance at all
listed sessions for each class is encouraged.
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Prep Course #4
Wed 1/28 5 pm - 9 pm
Thu 1/29 5 pm - 7:30 pm
Wed 2/4 5 pm - 7:30 pm
Thu 2/5 5 pm - 9pm
ACT TEST DATE: SAT 2/7/2015
HOW: Contact Mrs. Meuschke in the Guidance
and Counseling Center to enroll in the prep class.
Email: [email protected]
or phone her 986-3053. There is no deadline to
enroll in a prep course, but spots fill up fast.
COST: $35 for LSR7 students. $90 for out-ofdistrict students. Scholarships are available for
LSN students. Contact the Guidance and Counseling Center for more information.
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Prep Course #5
Wed 4/8 2:45 pm - 7 pm
Thu 4/9 2:45 pm - 5 pm
Wed 4/15 2:45 pm - 5 pm
Thu 4/16 2:45 pm - 7 pm
ACT TEST DATE: SAT 4/18/2015
WHAT TO BRING?
• Calculator
• Pencils
• Highlighters
• Snacks/water bottle
• A watch
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Additional content area sessions will be available for students to attend during Bronco
Time.
All courses will meet in Elliott Hall unless
otherwise noted. Signs may be posted the
night of the class if an alternate location is
needed. Enter the building through the NW
doors (off Douglas by Guidance Office.)
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PLEASE NOTE: When a scholarship requires a transcript, PLEASE complete YOUR portion of
the application FIRST and then turn in ALL materials to Mrs. Hutsell in the Guidance Office.
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Scholarships
This is the place to look each week for
scholarship opportunities that we receive in the Guidance Office! But first,
here are some general guidelines when
requesting an OFFICIAL transcript ...
Most scholarship selection committees require an
Official transcript of the applicant's grades. In
order for a transcript to be "Official" it must be
mailed directly from our office to the scholarship
committee or whomever is requesting it. The word
"official" requires that there be no intermediary
involved. This includes students, parents, guardians, etc. PLEASE keep this in mind when applying for scholarships. And, help us out by completing your portion of the scholarship and turning in
the paperwork to Mrs. Hutsell in Room 1131 for
processing your Official transcript.
When applying for a scholarship online, please
send the link to Mrs. Hutsell at
[email protected] She will be
glad to upload an Official copy of your transcript.
Now that we have that out of the way,
here are some awesome websites that can be very
useful resources when finding scholarships:
www.collegeboard.org
Fastweb.com - compiles scholarships from
various organizations for students.
https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/pay-forcollege
www.inlikeme.com
www.collegesoup.com
There's More.......
Bronco Connection
• Quick reference guide on
Winning a Scholarship:
www.finaid.org/scholarships/
WinningaScholarship.pdf
• PowerPoint Presentation for
Secrets to Winning a Scholarship
www.finaid.org/questions/
20110419scholarshipsecrets.ppt
• Fastweb article about Top Ten
Myths about Scholarships
www.fastweb.com/financial-aid/
articles/3291-top-ten-mythsabout-scholarships
FAFSA - Federal Application for Federal
Student Aid - Grant, Loans, and Work
Study $$. The window to apply is January 1 - April 1 of senior year, but you can
go in early and create a pin # at
www.pin.ed.gov. Use the financial aid
calculator to see what type of aid the
student may get. Attend "Financial Aid
Night" at LSN in mid-January for more
info. To officially apply, visit
www.fafsa.ed.gov
Lee's Summit North Guidance Office
PLEASE NOTE: When a scholarship requires a transcript, PLEASE complete YOUR portion of
the application FIRST and then turn in ALL materials to Mrs. Hutsell in the Guidance Office.
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JCI Senate Foundation Scholarships
K-State Wabash CannonBall
Scholarship
Each year the United States JCI Senate Foundation offers $1,000 grants to graduating high
school students who plan to continue their education at colleges, universities or vocational
schools. The number of grants awarded annually
will be at the discretion of the US JCI Foundation. They must be used for educational expenses
in the first year of full-time study. You must be a
US citizen to apply for this scholarship.
Criteria:
• high school senior living in greater KC area
• must be admitted to Kansas State and have
completed a general scholarship application (due
Nov. 11).
• minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 on a weighted
or un-weighted scale.
• completed application
See Mrs. Hutsell for the complete application
packet.
DEADLINE: January 9, 2015
Mrs. Hutsell has the applications in her office,
Room 1131.
DEADLINE: December 1, 2014
NSLI FOR YOUTH
SCHOLARSHIPS
CRIME STOPPERS
SCHOLARSHIP
This essay contest is sponsored by the Metro
Police Chiefs and Sheriffs Assoc and the Crime
Stoppers TIPS Hotline. The winners, one each
from Missouri and Kansas, will receive a $1,000
scholarship. To be eligible, the high school
student must be a senior of good character with
no criminal background. He/she must be recommended, in writing, by at least two faculty members.
In addition to letters of recommendation, each
student must submit a typed essay of 750 to 1,000
words on the following topic, "GIVEN RECENT
HIGH PROFILE INCIDENTS INVOLVING
POLICE OFFICERS BOTH LOCALLY AND
NATIONALLY, HOW HAS THE PERCEPTION
OF POLICE OFFICERS CHANGED IN RECENT YEARS BOTH POSITIVELY AND
NEGATIVELY?"
This program is sponsored by the U.S.
Deptartment of State and provides merit-based
scholarships for eligible American high school
students to study less commonly taught languages
in summer and academic year overseas immersion programs. If you have a passion for learning
languages, this might be a great opportunity for
you!
Eligibility Requirements include:
• US citizen
• 15-18 years of age at the start of the program
• enrolled in high school at the time of application
• minimum 2.5 GPA
Previous language study is NOT required. NSLI
seeks applicants representing the diversity of the
US, including students with disabilities.
To learn more about how to apply and the application deadline, visit
www.NSLIforYouth.org
Deadline: Monday, November 17, 2014
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PLEASE NOTE: When a scholarship requires a transcript, PLEASE complete YOUR portion of
the application FIRST and then turn in ALL materials to Mrs. Hutsell in the Guidance Office.
NFIB
YEF
SCHOLARSHIP
The NFIB Young Entrepreneur Awards are nonrenewable scholarships created to recognize
young people who have demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit and initiative. The scholarships are
valued between $1,000 and $15,000. Applicants
must be high school seniors who will be attending
a two-or-four-year university, college or vocational institute in the fall of 2015 and who
OWNS/OPERATES AN ESTABLISHED BUSINESS. Many applicants participate in DECA,
Junior Achievement, FBLA, FFA, etc. BUT this is
not a requirement. Scholarships are merit-based,
not based on financial need.
See Mrs. Hutsell in Rm 1131 for a packet of
information and instructions on applying for this
scholarship award.
Students may apply October 1, 2014 thru
December 18, 2014.
TIP TOP TUX
SCHOLARSHIP
Tip Top Tux offers several scholarships to
graduating seniors who plan to go on to college.
Applicants are required to write a personal essay
not to exceed 500 words describing educational,
career and life goals and explain why you feel the
Scholarship offered by Tip Top Tux should help
you achieve them by investing in your education.
Two letters of recommendation are also required
as well an an official transcript.
DEADLINE: March 1, 2015
Missouri State Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution Scholarships
This organization offers scholarships to both
males and females who rank in the upper 10%
of their class. Applicants MUST be a US
citizen, a Missouri resident and attend a
Missouri university/college in the fall. All
scholarship awards are paid directly to the
University/college after the applicant's enrollment there is verified.
Here is a list of the scholarships and the
criteria for each:
MSSDAR Scholarship A one-time preferred amount of $1500
awarded to a student pursuing a degree of
his/her choice.
IRENE AND LEETA WAGY
MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP A one-time award of $1,000 awarded to a
WOMAN pursuing a degree in EDUCATION.
DOROTHY POIKERT MEMORIAL
SCHOLARSHIP A one-time amount of $600 awarded to a student
pursuing a degree in BUSINESS.
ROBERTA CAPPS AMERICAN
HISTORY SCHOLARSHIP A one-time amount of $1,000 awarded to a
student who will have a concentrated study of a
minimum of 24 credit hours in AMERICAN
HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT while in
college.
***Mrs. Hutsell has the applications in her office,
Room 1131.
DEADLINE: JANUARY 1, 2015
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you are applying. Lee's Summit North Guidance Office
PLEASE NOTE: When a scholarship requires a transcript, PLEASE complete YOUR portion of
the application FIRST and then turn in ALL materials to Mrs. Hutsell in the Guidance Office.
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American Legion Oratorical Contest
Charles L. Bacon Memorial Scholarship
The American Legion sponsors this national
contest every year for students who would like to
gain the valuable experience of public speaking
and develop a deeper knowledge and appreciation of the Constitution of the United States.
Scholarship awards are presented to the three
finalists in the final round of the national contest.
First, applicants must enter the local/department
contests. Mrs. Hutsell has more details in her
office and contact information.
AMERICAN LEGION
SCHOLARSHIPS
The American Legion also sponsors several scholarship programs. Listed below are these scholarships and eligibility requirements:
Lillie Lois Ford Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded each year to one boy
and one girl who have attended Boys State or
Girls State.
M.D. "Jack" Murphy Memorial
Scholarship
This award is available to a Missouri boy or girl
training to be a REGISTERED NURSE. Applicant
must be in the top 40% of their class or have a
"C" grade average.
Joseph J. Frank Scholarship
Applicants must have attended a full session of
Boys State or Girls State AND be the descendant
of a veteran. Must use the scholarship money as a
full time student in an accredited college or
university.
Applicants must be either a member of the
American Legion OR a DESCENDANT of a
member of the American Legion, the American
Legion Auxiliary or the Sons of The American
Legion.
Erman W. Taylor Memorial Scholarship
- must be a descendant of a veteran who served
90 or more days of active duty in the armed
forces and having an honorable discharge.
- be a Missouri resident
- use the award as a full-time student at an
accredited college or university
- provide a copy of the discharge certificate for
the veteran on whose the application is made
- submit an essay of 500 words or less on the
subject:: In your opinion, what was the most
significant world event of 2013/2014?
ALL OF THE AMERICAN LEGION
SCHOLARSHIPS ARE DUE APRIL 20, 2015.
SEE MRS. HUTSELL FOR COPIES OF THE
APPLICATIONS...
Horatio Alger Scholarship
Criteria:
• senior planning to attend college after graduation.
•critical financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted gross family income)
• involved in extra curricular and community
service activities
• display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity
• maintain a minimum gpa of 2.00
• be a US citizen
Mrs. Hutsell has more instructions in her office
and the website where you can apply for this
scholarship. Deadline to apply is: OCT. 25
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VFW Jack Ray Post 5789
Scholarship
• must be a graduating senior
• must be a child, grandchild, or sibling of a
combat veteran
• must have a 3.0 or higher GPA
One winner will receive $1,000. Proof of
eligibility (DD-214) will be required before
award is paid out. Mrs. Hutsell has the paper
applications in her office.
Deadline: April 1, 2015
National Co-op Scholarship Program
Merit Scholarships are awarded to students
planning to attend the following colleges:
Clarkson University
Drexel University
Johnson & Wales
Kettering
Merrimack College
Rochester Institute of Technology
State University of New York Oswego
University of Cincinnati
Univ of Massachusetts Lowell
University of Toledo Wentworth Institute of
Technology
National Elks Foundation Scholarships
The national and local Elks Clubs offer scholarships to students. If you are awarded a local
scholarship (worth $3,000) you are placed in the
competition for the National Scholarships. You
must apply online:
www.elks.org/enf/scholars
Click on Most Valuable Student Competition
Complete the application online, then print it off
and bring the completed packet to Mrs. Hutsell.
She will fill out the Counselor Report form and
mail everything for you to the local contact person
for the Elks Lodge.
DEADLINE: DECEMBER 5, 2014
Earl Collins Foundation Scholarship
This scholarship of $1,000 is offered by the
Kiwanis Club to graduating seniors. A minimum
ACT of 23 is required. Also evidence of participation in extra curricular activities and /or
community service. Two letters of recommendation are also required as well as an essay not to
exceed one page in length describing your educational plans and goals.
PLEASE RETURN YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION TO MRS. HUTSELL ON TUESDAY,
NOVEMBER 23, 2014.
Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or
better AND apply and be accepted for the 20152016 academic year at one of the schools listed
above.
Mrs. Hutsell has the scholarship application in
her office and more information. And various
application deadlines for each of the colleges
included in this program.
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John Belcher Scholarship
The Missouri School Board Association, through
the FutureBuilders Foundation, awards seventeen
scholarships to Missouri high school seniors.
One scholarship winner is selected from our
Lee's Summit School District. Those seventeen
winners then compete for one larger scholarship.
The sixteen regional winners are awarded $750
and the statewide winner is awarded $1750.
Mrs. Hutsell has applications in her office. The
completed applications must be turned in to her
by Tuesday, January 6, 2015. She will then
submit all the LSN applications to the LS School
Board and ONE student from our District will be
chosen.
Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation
Scholarships
Eligibility Requirements include:
• must be a US citizen
• graduating senior
• minimum 3.0 overall GPA
This is an achievement-based scholarship
awarded to graduating high school seniors each
year. Students are recognized for their capacity to
lead and serve, and their commitment to making a
significan impact on their schools and communities.
THE APPLICATION IS ALL COMPLETED
ONLINE AT THEIR WEBSITE:
A 500-700 word essay is required . More details
about the essay are included with the application.
http://www.coca-colascholarsfoundation.org/
applicants
Project 21 Scholarship
DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 31, 2014 TO
SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION ONLINE.
The Missouri Gaming Association offers this
scholarship program. Applicants must write an
article or create a poster or video addressing the
issue of underage gambling. Two $1500 awards
will be given and four (4) $1,000 awards.
Mrs. Hutsell has applications and guidelines in
her office, Room 1131.
Deadline: March 1, 2015
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