Wednesday, October 10

Wednesday, October 10
Posted on 10/10/2018

This Saturday is preview day for Northwestern State University in Natchitoches.  Tour the campus and take the opportunity to find find out more about housing, financial aid, scholarships and available majors.  Visit downtown Natchitoches and see why so many students choose to make this university their own for four years.  Sign up today at the the Northwestern State University website. This is a great opportunity for all students, not just seniors.  Parents are welcome to attend as well. 

If you are a senior in Aswell, Walker, or Ware’s classroom, you will be setting up your FSA ID tomorrow.  FSA stands for Federal Student Aid.  The ID will serve as your legal signature for the financial aid application process.  Your parent or guardian will need to set up an ID as well.  All seniors are required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid as a graduation requirement, so we are starting the process early.  Don’t you want to know how much money you may get to help you further your education?  Of course you do!  Be sure to attend school tomorrow.

Seniors, Don’t forget to give Mrs. McCollough a copy of your college acceptance letter and any scholarship award information.  We want to celebrate with you.

Did you know that more girls go to college than boys?  Yep!  It’s true.  Let’s work to change that statistic at West Monroe High School. Remember, college application support for seniors is available today from 11:49 – 3:30 in Room #2102. 

Many students choose to go straight from high school to military training and service.  Today we want to recognize Levi Chase for making the choice to serve our country through the Army National Guard.  Levi will be a mid-year graduate from West Monroe High School and begins AIT this winter.  AIT stands for Advanced Individual Training.  He has already completed Basic Training.

The National Guard is a unique element of the U.S. military that serves both community and country. The Guard responds to domestic emergencies, overseas combat missions, counter-drug efforts, reconstruction missions and more. Any state governor or the President of the United States can call on the Guard in a moment’s notice. Guard Soldiers hold civilian jobs or attend college while maintaining their military training part time. Guard Soldiers’ primary area of operation is their home state.

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