TRAINING TUESDAY PODCAST 104 (SCHOOL RECRUITING PROGRAM PART 4)

 

THIS WEEK:  School Recruiting Program Part 4 (Pre-Visit)

PERPETUALLY PROSPECTING

Pre-Visit Intelligence  

    • Communication
    • Guidance Office Page / College and Career Office http://fhs.fayar.net/departments___programs/college___career_center
      • Do they list colleges, financial aid, trade school, military options
    • Event Calendar
    • Departments and Programs
      • Health/PE – Outdoor Education
    • Extra Curricular Activities/Clubs
      • Non-sports clubs
      • Music POC / band for games / marching band
      • Cheer POC
      • Student Counsel
      • Color Guard Tryouts
        • Monday, April 18th – Clinic 1 – 5:30 – 7:30 in the HS Band Room
        • Tuesday, April 19th – Clinic 2 – 5:30 – 7:30 in the HS Band Room
        • Wednesday, April 20th – Auditions – 5:30 – 8:30 in the HS Band Room
        • Friday, April 22nd – Results Posted online via Facebook, The Band Website and the Guard Website
        • Monday, April 25th – Mandatory Parent/Student Meeting at 5:30 in the HS Band Room
    • Career Education http://district.fayar.net/programs/career_education
      • The goal of Career Education is to empower students for effective participation in an global economy as world-class workers and citizens. Currently 66 percent of the student population in grades 7 through 12 is enrolled in a career education program of study. A student who completes a pathway by earning 3 full credits as prescribed earns the distinction of Career Education Scholar and is awarded a graduation cord, a certificate with the state of Arkansas gold seal, and is honored at a special recognition ceremony.
      • Career Education (CE) begins with a focused exploration of the self in relation to the world of work. Students discover their interests, talents, aptitudes, and abilities. They also learn which careers might suit them best. The workforce has evolved into a world where skills and academics go hand in hand. CE classes have also evolved over the years to incorporate industry standards, academic standards (reading, writing and mathematics), career standards, and life skills. Aligning community college and university curriculums is a focused goal so that students begin planning and earning college credit while still in high school.
        • Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
        • Family and Consumer Science
        • Film & Television, Journalism, Photography
        • Finance
        • MarketingResearch/Technology: Incorporates 21st century skills using learning experiences which include introductory and advanced marketing courses, work experience through Apprenticeship, guest speakers, community service and the DECA student organization.
        • Sports Medicine
        • STEM & Computer Science

 

 

  • Iprep or Intensive Post-Secondary Readiness Enrichment Program
    • Intensive Post-Secondary Readiness Enrichment Program:  This program application is available to all students in Fayetteville, Greenland, West Fork, Elkins, Huntsville, and Farmington. Our program is designed to help students prepare for post secondary education through intensive study of ACT materials, financial aid and college exploration. Students interested in participating in the IPREP program please complete the enrollment form and submit. Application conditions include residency, grade level, and initial Explorer or previous ACT scores. You will be contacted through email about your application status
  • Virtual Academy  http://fva.fayar.net/
  • ALLPS
    • The Agee Lierly Life Preparation Services campus (ALLPS) is a School of Innovation providing alternative paths to success where hope stays alive!
    • ALLPS serves as a short or long-term intervention to help students transition successfully to traditional schooling and beyond.
    • Arkansas Department of Education has designated the ALLPS center as a School of Innovation through the 2019 school year. The waiver allows students to attend 24 hours a week vs the 30 hours of week of attendance. In doing so, ALLPS is able to offer opportunities to engage students in activities to prepare students for career, college, and life.
  • Adult Education – Parent education
    • WAGE:  Workforce Alliance for Growth in the Economy
  • Absolutely no military presence…anywhere