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Parent's Corner

21st Century Scholars Day

You are invited to an event for 21st Century Scholars and their parents. The Scholar Success Day will take place on:  Saturday, April 13, 2019 at Ivy Tech Community College-Coliseum Campus, Fort Wayne (3800 North Anthony Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46805).

To learn more about 21st Century Scholars Indiana, view their website. During the Scholar Success Day event the following activities will take place:

  • assistance with creating a required "full" Scholar Track account

  • record completion of required grade level Scholar Track Scholar Success Program (SSP) activities

  • provide crucial program information and updates (these updates are very important)

  • learn about additional State of Indiana and other scholarship opportunities

  • adults will learn about the innovated Next Level Jobs-Workforce Ready Grant - provides financial assistance for adults to obtain 

               certificates/Associates Degree in a field with high paying jobs

  • visit post-secondary institutions and community organizations representatives at the Resources Fair 

  • senior scholars will receive assistance submitting the FFASA which is due by April 15, 2019

  • assistance for 7th and 8th grade students completing online enrollment- bring all your documents

  • 8th grade scholars and parents will receive focused assistance with creating a Scholar Track account, obtaining program information, and 9th grade SSP activities. 

REGISTRATION

Even though this is a FREE event, it is important that all scholars and parents register via Eventbrite.com. We need an accurate count in order to ensure enough printed materials and incentives are available. Scholars and parents must each register separately.

Those scholars and parents who register via Eventbrite.com by April 1st will receive material and/or incentives first. Only scholars who register via Eventbrite.com by April 1st will receive a nice incentive package. 

Register here for this event.

There are different session times. Please indicate which session you plan to attend. Each event participant will spend about 1 1/2 hours from start to finish at the event.

 Remember, the Scholar Success Program (SSP) activities are required by all scholars. Not completing these activities places a scholar at risk of losing their scholarship. Your attendance is beneficial even if the SSP activities have been completed. The event will provide extremely valuable updates related to the scholars program, an informative parent session,and a Resources Fair that includes community, school, university, and scholarship partners. 

Please remember, the SSP activities are required by all scholars, along with other crucial requirements, and updates to be discussed. The Scholar Success Day on April 13th will assist all scholars in meeting this mandatory requirement. 

 

 

 

Tamber Schorey