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Lindsay Fisbeck
Counselor
Weimar ISD
lfisbeck@weimarisd.org
979-725-6309 ext. 1125

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Texas Education Agency
Graduation Tookkit
Information for planning your high school years and Beyond.
English Spanish

Texas Counseling Needs Assessment for Weimar High School

Student
Parent

School Mental Health Practice Guide and Toolkit-

https://schoolmentalhealthtx.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/TEA-Narrative.pdf

Weimar High School Counseling Center 

Lindsay Fisbeck          lfisbeck@weimarisd.org

 

Welcome to the 2022-2023 School Year! 

Mark your Calendar! Please check back here often for more updates and information!

August 1st-Freshmen and New Student Orientation at 5:30pm-Please see the newspaper or the Weimar ISD Facebook page for more information!

                           August 9th-Meet The Teacher 4pm-6pm-Schedule Pick Up

After you pick up your schedule, you may contact Lindsay Fisbeck via email if you wish to discuss a schedule change. Please note that each schedule has been carefully reviewed to look at the best-case scenario. We can definitely look at your schedule, but please know that it is not guaranteed to have a schedule change. Thank you!

August 10th-First Day of School

August 14th-Blinn College Tuition is Due (Dual Credit Students)-Go to your myBlinn acct to make your half-payment

August 17th-10:15am-10:45am during the Activity Period, Blinn representatives will be here to get you "In the know" about your Blinn classes for the fall...they will also be here to help anyone who has yet to apply to Blinn on their goapplytexas.org account.

August 22nd-ACCSS Breakfast-All students associated with Blinn will attend! Transportation provided

August 24th-First Day of Blinn Classes

September 21st at 8am-ASVAB Testing for 11th and 12th graders

September 14th-Apply Texas Luncheon for Seniors (Those applying to a Texas College, please make plans to attend!)

   October 1st-Opens (Receive FAFSA Paperwork)/October 3rd-FAFSA Opens-Seniors will work on FAFSA during their Government class period! Please make sure you are familiarizing yourself with this process! Get your TAX information ready! 

October 12th-Fall SAT School Day 11th and 12th graders will participate

October 20th-Wharton County Junior College College Visit to WHS

October 24th 5:30-7:00 pm-La Grange College and Career Night-This is a BIG deal to attend!!! I will let you know the date as soon as I get it!! I bus over any students in grades 9-12 for this event!!!

October 25th-PSAT 10th graders

October 26th PSAT 8/9-8th graders

October 26th-Trick or Treat Around the Track

October 28th-Junior and Seniors will go to Columbus High School for their College and Career 

November 1st-ACT SCHOOL DAY

November 2nd-PSAT 8/9-9th graders

November 8th-Blinn Bus will be here to work on FAFSA Applications and Blinn Applications for ALL Seniors!!!

November 14th-TSTC Trip for Seniors (those that apply) 

November 16th-Sam Houston State University College Tour for 11th and 12th graders-Sign up with Mrs. Fisbeck-excused absence

December 1st-Texas A&M College Tour-Rescheduled for another time after the holidays

November 30th-LCRA Presentation during activity period

February 15th-Credits for Life Classroom Presentation

March 1st-Credits for Life in the WHS Gym-This is a GREAT event!!!

April 19th-WHS Job Fair

 

The goal of the Weimar High School Counselor is to prepare all students socially, academically, and emotionally for present and future challenges. Students have the opportunity to participate in educational and career exploration, and to pursue career planning opportunities in a safe, nurturing, and encouraging environment. As the counselor, I will work in a collaborative partnership with students, parents, teachers, and community members to empower students to reach their highest potential. 
My door is always open.

How a School Counselor Can Help:
Your school counselors are here to help! We support students as they work towards personal growth, acquiring positive social skills, and setting informed goals in order to achieve their full academic and career potential. Counselors collaborate with students, parents, teachers, administrators, and members of the community.

The Role of a School Counselor:

  • School Guidance Curriculum
    • Academic skills support
    • Organizational, study and test-taking skills
    • Education in understanding self and others
    • Coping strategies
    • Peer relationships and effective social skills
    • Communication, problem-solving, decision-making and conflict resolution
    • Career awareness, exploration and planning
    • Substance abuse education
    • Multicultural/diversity awareness
  • Individual Student Planning
    • Goal-setting/decision- making
    • Academic planning
    • Career planning
    • Education in understanding of self, including strengths and weaknesses
    • Transition planning
  • Responsive Services
    • Individual and small group counseling
    • Individual/family/school crisis intervention
    • Peer facilitation & mediation
    • Consultation/collaboration
    • Referrals when appropriate
  • System Support

    Professional development
    • Consultation, collaboration and teaming
    • Program management and operation

Lindsay Fisbeck, Weimar High School Counselor

 

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Career and Technical Education programs offer a sequence of courses that provides students with coherent and rigorous content.
To learn more about CTE, click here.

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Click here for 
11th Grade Check List for College Planning

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If you are planning to attend a major university after high school such as UT, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Baylor, please check their respective college websites for application deadlines. Applications open August 1, 2022.

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PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAILS DAILY FOR IMPORTANT UPDATES.
REMEMBER, MY DOOR IS ALWAYS OPEN!!!
Mrs. Fisbeck

 


 

Graduation Toolkit-Information for Planning your high school years and beyond

 

www.tea.texas.gov

 

Transcript Requests:

Transcript requests need to be submitted to the high school registrar, Mrs. Sarah Oertli.

To request a high school transcript, please come to the high school office and complete a Transcript Request form, or use the correct form from the links below. Transcripts may be picked up at the Weimar High School, or mailed to an institution at your request. Be sure the form is filled out entirely, signed, and submitted to Mrs. Sarah Oertli or Lindsay Fisbeck.

Transcript Request Form for Former Graduates
Transcript Request Form for Current Students

Get your college visits scheduled!
As a junior or senior, you get 2 visits a year. If you are needing help scheduling visits please see Lindsay Fisbeck.

Check out these resources for college

Resources

 

These sites are recommended to be taken the first time during the spring of the junior year.

 *Free SAT Practice Tests / College Board        *The ACT Test

 TSIA - Texas Success Initiative Assessment
This test is primarily given for admittance to junior colleges, and is administered on the college campuses. Below are links for practice materials for the test.

TSI will be offered here on the WHS campus starting in October. 

* Study Guide Zone *Test Preview
*Study Tips *Varsity Tutors / Practice Tests
*Khan Academy *Accuplacer / College Board
TSI Practice Test
Application to Texas Public Universities as well as participating community and private colleges.
 *GoApplyTexas

Free Application for Federal Student Aid

FAFSA opened October 1st. 

What will I need to fill out the FAFSA form?

* Social Security Number or Alien Registration Number (If you aren't a US Citizen)
*2018 Federal income tax returns. W-2's, and other records of money earned. 
(Data Retrieval Tool may be available)
* Bank statements and records of investments (if applicable)
* Records of untaxed income. (If applicable)
* FSA ID so you can electronically sign the FAFSA form
(Student and parent need one.)

Make sure you print out the completed SAR Report from your completed FAFSA. You need that for scholarships.

*FAFSA 
Free tool to explore colleges, get matched to scholarships, and learn financial aide.
FastWeb
Free tool to get matched to scholarships and colleges.
Scholarships.com
This is a tool will help you prepare students for college and career beginning in the 7th & 8th grade.
Texas OnCourse




**ATTENTION SENIORS: Some of the following scholarship applications will require you to complete the "Weimar High School Common Application" in addition to the other documents the scholarship may require. This application may be completed once, and then duplicated and used for the remaining scholarships that require the common application.

Please note: The Common Application may only be used for the scholarships that are indicated in their guidelines and requirements!. Others have their own application and will not accept the common application. 

Scholarship Date Due

Scholarship Partners and Programs

Please note that MOST SCHOLARSHIPS WILL BE MAILED DIRECTLY TO THE ADDRESS ON THE SCHOLARSHIP. Thank you!              

 

Weimar High School Common Application 2022-2023

This must be typed and detailed.

This will be attached to some scholarship applications.

Make several copies for your scholarship binder.

Ray Stoesser Memorial Scholarship $5000 Scholarship for those interested in an agriculture-related field
Brazos Valley School Credit Union Scholarship Application

Must be a current member of BVCU

Have a GPA of 3.0

State Catholic Daughter's Scholarship Application

Deadline is January 31, 2023

Those that qualify have been given the hard copy of the scholarship

Catholic Life Insurance Scholarship Application

Must have a Catholic Life Insurance Policy

Due March 1, 2023

Nick Ramirez, Sr. Golf Scholarship 

Maria Adams to the WHS Counseling Office

Maria Adams

Email Thank you to:

nickramirezgolfscholarship@gmail.com

 

Due to the counselor on or before

Please look at each application. If you are interested in a conference and need assistance paying, please fill out Scholarship A.

Graduating seniors fill out B.

Gloria Scott

3611 Hunters Pier

San Antonio, Texas 78230

 

Vietnam Veterans Scholarship Application 

 

Please mail to the following address:

VVA Chapter 870

Scholarship Committee

P.O. Box 83

Schulenburg, Texas 78956

You do not have to be a member of this organization to apply! All seniors are welcome to apply!

 

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Application

www.rodeohouston.com

Fayette County Go Texan 

Colorado County Go Texan

 

Opens December 1st and the deadline is February 1st for the HLSR Go Texan

Must live in Fayette County-due date

Must live in Colorado County for the Colorado County Go Texan Scholarship application

Fayette Electric Coop Scholarship Application             

Do you have Fayette Electric for your electricity? 

Please read the flyer 

Application is online-Due on or before

Navidad Valley Cattlewomen Scholarship

Application is online

 READ ALL THE RULES AND GUIDELINES

Postmark deadline for the 2023 NVCW application is Friday, March 10, 2023

Stanzel Family Foundation Policy

Stanzel Family Foundation Scholarship Flyer

Stanzel Family Foundation Joseph and Victor Stanzel Memorial Scholarship Application

Application must be done throught the link:

https://webportalapp.com/sp/stanzel-highschool-scholarships

 Use the hard copy as your rough draft

Follow ALL directions carefully. 

You must provide your FAFSA SAR Report to the Weimar High School Counselor

 
Turtle Wing Foundation Scholarship Application   

Applications must be emailed this year! Please note the change: 

Applications (including essays) must be scanned and emailed to info@turtlewingfoundation.org no later than March 1, 2023.

Make you are using this application if the scholarship requires it. You are allowed to type the information. 
Texas Farm Bureau Scholarship Application  www.texasfarmbureau.org/youth/scholarships-apps/
 

 Must be postmarked by

All applications and documentation should be mailed to:

Mariette Bellamy

Elaine Dahse Feldcamp Memorial Scholarship

1753 FM 155 South

Weimar, Texas 78962

 

For both of these applications, you will mail to:

Colorado County Farm Bureau

1480 Walnut Street

Columbus, Texas 78934

Both applications are due by

 

Application attached to the Weimar Common Application/Resume/Letter of Recommendation/College Acceptance Letter/High School Transcript

Due March 10th to the high school office.

Linda Kobersky

200 West Converse Street

Weimar, Texas 78962

Applications are due no later than February 25th to the high school office 

Weimar Lions Club

Attn: Jon Hunsicker

PO Box 170

Weimar, Texas 78962

Applications are due not later than  to the high school office 

 
 

Daughters of the American Revolution

John Everett Chapter Scholarship Application

   

Return scholarship application with all attachments to:

Jana Semler

1001 N. Main St.

Schulenburg, Texas 78956-1331

or email to:

janaos3747@gmail.com

Please make sure you are reading all instructions and requirements

              Must be turned in by
 

Please include the Weimar Common Application

Due  to the High School Counseling Office

Ursula Keierleber 979-733-0964

     

This scholarship leans heavily on the technical school or certification program. Complete the application and email it to codythompsonmemorial@gmail.com or vial mail that is postmarked by. Mail to the following address:

CT Memorial Scholarship

105 S Meadow Lane

El Campo, Texas 77437

   

Deadline to apply online . Apply

Online at www.ghcfscholar.org

For more information, contact scholarships@ghcf.org 

 

Application Deadline is

See website for application and requirements:

www.txwpf.com

 

 Must be returned to high school office by Friday,

Jennifer Owens 

979-733-7654

To qualify you must the son or daughter of an active 3rd Degree Member in the KC Weimar Council #2153

Deadline for this application is

Mail to Knights of Columbus

Attn: Scholarships

P.O. Box 631

Weimar, Texas 78962

 

All scholarship applications are due

Pam Potter pamelaarcade@icloud.com

Shannon Gerik 979-0865

 

   

 Applications must be delivered to office no later than 3pm on Thursday,

Laurie Prihoda

Weimar ISD Administration

 

Must have San Bernard Electric as your electric provider

Must be emailed/postmarked by

Mail:

San Bernard Electric Coop 

Attn: Scholarships

PO Box 1208

Bellville, Texas 77418

Email: Lsamford@sbec.org

 
 

Applications are due to the office on

Tammy Hilley

tammy.hilley@ferfuson.com

 

If you are attending Blinn in Schulenburg in the Fall of 2023, this is a great scholarship opportunity for you-This is due to Blinn in Schulenburg (Becky Garlick) or to the high school by

Send Thank you's to Blinn College, attention Becky Garlik

     

All Applications and Essays must be postmarked by

Linda Chenard

Local CDA Scholarship Chairman

408 W. Converse

Weimar, Texas 78962

Applications are due to the high school office on

churchoffice@firstumcweimar.org

J Bar B Scholarship Applications   All scholarship information has been sent to all J Bar B Employees. If you have questions, please call 830-788-7511 ext. 256
 

 

For academic and trade

Must be a member of FFA and/or 4-H

All applications must be postmarked by April 1st. Please mail to:

Kurt Sunderman

Colorado County Area Go-Texan

604 Peyton Lane

Eagle Lake, Texas 77434

 
 

 Please mail to:

Weimar Masonic Lodge No. 423

PO Box 144

Weimar, Texas 78962

For both Trade and Academic

Postmarked by


Preference given for technical school acceptance, but all can apply. Turn in completed application with high school transcript. Please mail directly to:

Coy Romine

401 E Main Street

Weimar, Texas 78962

Please use the Weimar Common Application along with the scholarship application.

This scholarship is for those wishing to pursue a career in Education or Counseling.

Please Read the instructions on the cover page.

Do not say "See Attached" on the application.

You need a transcript and a current picture. (I can take the picture and print one for you.)

Mail to:

Dalinda Shelton

15315 Truslow Point Lane

Sugar Land, Texas 77478

Needs to reach her by  so mail as soon as you can to ensure you make the deadline.

Scholarship must be postmarked by

Please mail to:

Erica Green

6729 Taomina Drive

Austin, Texas 78739

Due to the high school office

Randy Amour 979-484-0750

 

Due to the high school office

Shannon Adamcik

Shannon.Adamcik@prosperitybankusa.com

Due to the high school office on

Chad Emmel

chad@befcoengineering.com

(Under the Colorado County Fair umbrella)

If you have participated in the Colorado County Fair at least once in your last four years, then please fill out this scholarship application

You must email your essay to mjmfsubmissions@gmail.com and cc Lindsay Fisbeck.

Please read all directions about this scholarship before turning it in! 

For students in Grades 10-12

Must be 15-18 years old

Due

Stop by the office for more information

Please read the scholarship application information. It is due to the high school office by  or you may send in directly to their HR department no later than

Karen Deagen

J&B Scholarship Selection Committee

PO Box 7

 Waelder, Texas 78959

Due  to the high school office

Contact your Band Booster President Casey Thumann

 

Due to the office by 

Bernardo and Vanessa Nino

vanessa.nino@bluebell.com

Due to the high school office by

Carmen Jackson

coloradocounty@swcd.texas.gov

2023 Applications are due to the Colorado County Extension Agency Office on

laramie.kettler@ag.tamu.edu

Typed only applications are due to the high school office. This application must be typed. You will use the same application to apply for two separate scholarships. 

Rory Koehn

1669 County Road 230

Weimar, Texas 78962

Due to the high school office

Linda Beal

200 West Main Street 

Weimar, Texas

 

All 2022-2023 scholarships are listed by due dates on the WISD District Calendar. Should you have any questions regarding any scholarships, please call Lindsay Fisbeck at the High School office. 
979-725-6309


Will you be able to afford the lifestyle you want? This is a tool to help you plan.
Texas Reality Check
This is a tool to help you explore education and careers.

Texas Career Check

Try these awesome websites for Career information! They can guide you in determining your skill set, your talents, and your interests:

txcrews.org

jobsyall.com

Bureau of Labor and Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Use the link below to search for career ideas and interesting English or Spanish.

Student Interest Survey for Career Clusters

 


Interested in Military Service? 
The counselor will contact a recruiter to meet with you.

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Marines Corps & 
Marine Corps Reserve

www.marines.com

Coast Guard & 
Coast Guard Reserve

www.gocoastguard.com

                  Texas Comprehensive Guidance Plan for Weimar ISD

In this plan, you will find information pertaining to the Texas Comprehensive Guidance School Counseling Plan for Weimar ISD.  This plan consists of four components: 1.)Guidance Curriculum 2.)Responsive Services 3.)Individual Planning 4.)System Support

Each component offers information and resources in detail. 

Social Emotional Support:

Click on the word to find support and resources. 

Anxiety

Bullying

Grief/Loss

Suicide Prevention-

CRISIS HOT LINE NUMBERS

NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE (NSPL) 1-800-273-TALK(8255) AND THE CRISIS TEXT LINE-TEXT TX TO 741741

IN NEED OF HELP?

CONTACT THE TEXAS YOUTH HELPLINE ANY TIME, DAY OR NIGHT TO DISCUSS YOUR PROBLEM. IT'S FREE AND WE'RE HERE TO HELP!

Call or Text 24/7/365

800-989-6884

 

SYMPTOMS OF DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY

• Irritability, anger, or being “on edge”

• Difficulty concentrating, completing school work, increasingly disorganized

• Changes in appetite (either increased or decreased)

• Changes in sleep (sleeplessness or too much sleep)

• Crying or temper tantrums

• Excessive worrying about school work, perfectionism,

• Fatigue (tiredness) and low energy

• Physical complaints (such as stomach aches, headaches) that do not respond to treatment

• “Numbing Out” excessive tv, video games, eating

• Increased sensory sensitivity “things are too loud” “irritability when trying to focus”

• Thoughts or talk of death or suicide

RISK FACTORS

• Physical Illness (such as diabetes or asthma)

• Stressful Life Events

• Environment (including family problems)

• Family History (others in family have anxiety)

• Alcohol or drug use

CHECK IN WITH YOUR CHILDREN DAILY

How are you right now?

Choose a NUMBER and explain why you chose those.

1- Living life like normal.

2- Being cautious, but still going out.

3- Going out as needed, mostly staying & working

from home, still seeing friends and family.

4- Very limited, only going out when unavoidable

and very careful contact with people.

5- Full lockdown. No one in or out.

6- I’m doing great!

7- I’m doing pretty good.

8- I’m doing okay, I guess.

9- I’m starting to struggle.

10- I’m having a really hard time.

11- I need to reach out for support.  Call a counselor for help.

Substance Abuse

Healthy Relationships and Violence Protection

Crisis Hotline Page-A great resource for outside support.

Guidance & Social Emotional Learning Topics:

  • Intrapersonal Effectiveness
    • Positive student self-concept
    • Effective executive functioning skills
    • Appropriate behavior to the situation and environment
  • Interpersonal Effectiveness
    • Effective interactions with diverse populations
    • Effective and appropriate communication skills
    • Recognition of personal boundaries, individual rights and privacy needs of others
    • Effective conflict resolutions skills
    • Development of healthy relationships
  • Post-secondary Planning and Career Readiness
    • Motivation to succeed in personal endeavors
    • Demonstration of career exploration skills
    • Possession of the knowledge and skills to gather information for the purpose of postsecondary education and career planning
    • Demonstration of awareness of the importance of postsecondary education
    • Understanding of the relationship of academics to the world of work and to life at home and in the community
  • Personal Health and Safety
    • Incorporation of wellness practices into daily living
    • Demonstration of resiliency and positive coping skills
    • Possession of assertiveness skills necessary for personal protection

Feeling stressed

Are you feeling stressed out about what is going on this year, remember to breathe and say a prayer. Take a break, listen to music, talk to someone, exercise, eat healthy food, etc. The best advice we can give you is to get help if you need it, we are here for you.

Remember your purpose

When you are feeling stressed, remember your purpose. You are here for a reason and we have to get through trying times so we can grow in our walk. Talk to someone if you are feeling alone, you are never alone.

Serve others

A great way to reduce stress and to remember your purpose is to serve others. Find a way to serve. Help your parents, brothers, or sisters with anything, chores, laundry, cleaning, lawn care, babysitting, etc. Many times we feel better when we help others.


 

Weimar High School

Monthly Career/College and Information Sessions

Group Sessions



Topic



Month



Presenter

Monthly Self-Care Discussion Board-

Group and Individual Sessions

Blinn Dual Credit Meeting

August 17, 2022

Shannon Loukanis

ACCSS Sarah Nickel

Understanding the Blinn process

Time Management and Understanding My stress and Anxiety

September

Lindsay Fisbeck

Group Session

Apply Texas Luncheon

September 14, 2022

Lindsay Fisbeck and Sarah Nickel

ASVAB Testing

September 21, 2022

Darryl Miller/Military Center

Suicide Prevention

September

Lindsay Fisbeck

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Dial 988

Friendship Goals

How to be a better friend? How do I get more involved to make friends?

 

October

 

Lindsay Fisbeck

 

Group Session

FAFSA Opens!!!

October 1, 2022

Lindsay Fisbeck

FAFSA paperwork

FAFSA DAY!!!!!

October 3, 2022

FAFSA Applications are open!

Students will use their Government class to begin this process.

SAT School Day

October 12, 2022

WHS Gym/Lindsay Fisbeck

 

College Visit from Wharton County Junior College

 

October 20, 2022

 

Wharton County Junior College Presenters

 

During activity period, WCJC will go over their Academic and Career programs such as welding, HVAC, Radiology, and Dental Hygiene

College and Career Night-Evening (Optional)

October 24, 2022

5:30-7:00pm

La Grange High School

Transportation provided

PSAT School Day for 10th graders

October 25, 2022

WHS Gym/Lindsay Fisbeck

PSAT School Day for 8th Graders

October 26, 2022

WHS Gym/Lindsay Fisbeck/Codi Pesak

College and Career Fair-Columbus High School

October 28, 2022 from 10am-11am

CHS Gym/Lindsay Fisbeck

Bus transportation-

Lindsay Fisbeck

Misty Mican

Respect? How do I give it? How do I earn it? Respect each other and Respect yourself!

 

November

 

Lindsay Fisbeck

 

Group Session

ACT School Day

November 1, 2022

WHS Gym/Lindsay Fisbeck

PSAT School Day for 9th graders

November 2, 2022

WHS Gym/Lindsay Fisbeck

FAFSA and Blinn Information

November 8th

Blinn presenters-Seniors only (3rd period and during activity period)

College Visit

November 16, 2022-Leave at 6:30am from circle drive

Sam Houston State University Campus Group Tour

Bus Transportation and Teachers:

Lindsay Fisbeck

Hunter Ervin

Misty Mican

LCRA Presentation

 

November 30, 2022

 

Tonell Broaders

WHS Library/Activity period

 

LCRA Headquarters will be here to discuss the various fields and job opportunities within LCRA. They will discuss a wide range of jobs including those that are college bound, trade school bound, as well as those that want to join the workforce.

Gratitude and Giving

December

Lindsay Fisbeck

Group Session-Vist to local nursing home

College Visit

December 1, 2022-leave at 8am

Texas A&M University College Campus and Residential Hall Tour

Bus Transportation and Teachers:

Lindsay Fisbeck

Anne Douglas

Stacy Heger

New Year-New You-How to start your year with positivity and Energy!

 

January

 

Lindsay Fisbeck-Guest Speaker

 

Group Session

College Visit to WHS

February (planning)

TSTC

Crime Stoppers Presentation

February (planning)

Prom Safety

Human Trafficking

Situational Awareness

Group Session for month of February

Credits For Life

March 1, 2023

WHS Gym/Women’s Christian Academy/Mrs. Chernis

Citizenship-How do I earn it? How can I be a good citizen in my school and community?

 

March

 

Guest Speaker-Lions Club

 

Group Session

Medical Field Specialist from the Tri-County Area

 

March (planning still)

Character Trait Review…Year Review and What I can do next year…explore new topics, new ideas…

 

April

 

Lindsay Fisbeck

 

Group Session

WHS Annual Job Fair

April 19, 2023

Game Warden/Law Enforcement/

Criminal Justice Presentation

April (Planning Still)

Character

Welding/Plumbing/

Construction Presentation

April (Planning Still)

Character

 

weimar

Course Catalog 2022-2023

 

 

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