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Ms. Radmaker's Newsletter 

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March/April 2016 

This month I visted 9th grade classrooms to talk about:

  • Planning for the future
  • Fixed vs Growth Mindsets
  • Learning Styles
  • Studying Tips

 

Mr. Johnson (ASPIRE Coordinator), Mr. Ojeda (College and Career Pathway Advisor), and I will be returning to 9th grade classrooms later in the school year to continue talking about college and career goals/planning for the future. 

9th Grade

Click the icon to download the Fixed vs Growth Mindset Infographic that students received 

Click the icon to download the Learning Styles Inventory that students took

Click the icon to download the Learning Styles Explaination and Study Tips that students received

11th Grade

I will be visiting 11th grade classrooms in the month of May to show students how to use online career databases to research potential careers and colleges. 

 

Now is the time to start narrowing down your options for after high school! 

 

Next year you will:

  • Fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) - starting in October (this is a new time frame meant to make the FAFSA easier for students and parents to complete!)
  • Apply to colleges around Thanksgiving time
  • Apply for scholarships throughout the year, with more scholarships available second semester

REMEMBER: College doesn't just mean 4-year schools! College can also be 2 year programs; 1 year programs; and even shorter, more specialized programs. Please, seriously consider planning for post-secondary education.  

Mr. Ojeda, Mr. Rooney, and I are working together to start the College Cafe at Mazama. We would like to meet at least once before the end of this school year then once monthly starting next school year. 

 

The idea behind the College Cafe is that students will have a place to eat lunch together and:

  • Ask questions about college
  • Research colleges and careers
  • Help plan and promote college visits 
  • Complete college applications (seniors)
  • Complete scholarship applications and the FAFSA (seniors)

The plan is to meet monthly in the ASPIRE room during tutorial time to eat lunch together and work on anything college related. 

 

All grades 9th-12th will be invited to attend and participate. We would like for students to plan on attending these meetings on a consistent basis. 

 

The overall goal is to help students become better prepared for college and to have students help plan visits to the colleges that interest them the most. 

 

Please let Mr. Ojeda, Mr. Rooney, or I know if you would like to be part of this club!

 

**11th graders: I do have some of you on a list already from when you told me you were interested earlier in the year. I will make sure to get info to you once we get organized!  

We attended the Oregon Public University Tour at Oregon Tech on Monday, April 11th 

 

Participating Universities: Oregon State University, Eastern Oregon University, Oregon Tech, OSU-Cascades, Portland State University, Southern Oregon University, University of Oregon, and Western Oregon University.

We visited Southern Oregon University in Ashland on Friday, April 1st 

College Visits 

Oregon Tech will be visiting Mazama on Monday, April 25th at 10:15am. Please sign up in the counseling office to attend this visit!

The College of Cosmetology visited Mazama on Thursday, March 10th to meet with students interested in learning about a career as a cosmetologist and the College of Cosmetology. 

Mandatory Health Occupations 2 Meeting 

If you would like to take Health Occupations 2 next year, remember you MUST attend this mandatory meeting. 

 

Contact Marylin Culp with questions culp@klamathcc.edu 

Oregon GEAR Up Newsletters 

9th Grade - March - What it Takes to Graduate - Right Classes 

9th Grade - April - Quality Over Quantity: Extracurriculars & College Admission 

11th Grade - March - Comparing Colleges 

Scholarships  

View the Senior Scholarship List here - I add all scholarships that are mailed or emailed to me to this document - all local scholarships are in bold lettering (local scholarships mean you're even more likely to get these awards since only local students may apply)

View a list of popular scholarship search engines. You can use these search engines to look for and save scholarships that you qualify for or will qualify for in the future. 

11th Grade - April - Get to Know a College - College Visits 

Jeff Bullock, KCSD Secondary Curriculum Director, has been working with the OSU Extension Office to develop an internship program for Basin youth. The pilot program will be launched this summer!

 

Any current 10th or 11th grade student may apply to be a part of this program. Students will be matched with local businesses and agencies based on their interests for a PAID summer internship. The internship will be 6 weeks long, between the dates of June 10th and August 11th (scheduling will be flexible). Students will be paid $1,000 in two $500 installments for satisfactory completion of their internship.

 

An internship is a great way for students to get real world experience in their chosen career path! Internships also look very good on college and scholarship applications!

 

Jeff and OSU hope to make 20 internship slots available.

 

If you are interested, please apply online at: 

http://oregonstate.edu/dept/kbrec/

(Click on OSU-Summer Internship Application)

 

Applications are due April 22!

 

Questions, please contact:

Tracy Brunner tracy.brunner@oregonstate.edu or

Keely Moxley Keely.Moxley@oregonstate.edu

OSU - Klamath Basin Research and Extension Center Partnership Internship Program 

 Summer Job Opportunities - IYS Water Site Summer Crew  

Integral Youth Services (IYS) is looking for individuals to fill their Youth Crew Member and Team Leader positions in the IYS Water Site Summer Crew. Download applications below, or pick up an application in the counseling office. 

 

Please contact Sue Cahill with questions at 541-885-4929 (office) or 541-591-4472 (cell) or suecahill@iyskfalls.org

 

Youth Crew Member

Starts: June 20, 2016

Ends: August 19, 2016

Wages: $9.25/hour, 35 hours per week

Must be between 16-21 years old

 

Team Leader

Starts: June 14, 2016--8 week project

Wages: $10.50/hour, 40 hours per week

Must have a High School Diploma and Oregon Driver’s License, be certified in First Aid/CPR, and be able to attend OYCC Team Leader Training Camp in Bend, OR in June.   

IYS Water Site Summer Crew - Youth Crew Member Application

IYS Water Site Summer Crew - Team Leader Application

Tutoring at the Baptist Church on Homedale

The Student Life Center (SLC) is a nonprofit ministry of the Baptist Church on Homedale. We provide free group and individual tutoring services for 3rd through 12th graders in Klamath Falls and the surrounding areas covering all subjects. During the school year, the SLC is open on school days, Monday through Thursday, from 2:30pm to 5:30pm. Enrollment is open year round including summer sessions.

 

 

Sign up today!

 

 

 

Call Teresa Tiffee, Student Life Center Director, at 541-450-9215 or e-mail Teresa.Tiffee@bchomedale.org 

Resources and People (RAP) Camp

This year marks the 25th year the Fremont-Winema N.F. has been involved with the Resources and People (RAP) Camp, held the week of June 12 at Camp Esther Applegate at Lake of the Woods on Klamath Ranger District. Applications are now being accepted from students ages 13 to 18 from rural and urban areas in Oregon and California.

 

RAP Camp is designed to educate students about natural resource management by providing them an opportunity to take part in hands-on natural resource sessions, outdoor recreation activities and educational field trips. Kids also learn about careers in fire suppression, wildlife, forestry, fisheries, archaeology and botany.

 

Please encourage youth you know to apply. The registration fee is $225. Financial aid is available and kids who are unable to pay tuition will not be denied a chance to participate. Applications are due May 2nd.

 

Click on the icon to download the RAP Camp Student Application 

Roland Giller
Tribal Relations/Partnerships

Forest Service

Fremont-Winema National Forest, Chiloquin Ranger District

p: 541-783-4069
c: 541-274-1667
rgiller@fs.fed.us

38500 Highway 97 North
Chiloquin, OR 97624
www.fs.fed.us

Caring for the land and serving people

Ms. Radmaker's Contact Information

 

Phone: 541-851-8834

 

E-mail: radmakerj@kcsd.k12.or.us 

 

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