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ADVANCED LEARNING PLANS, 2022-23Welcome to the 2022-23 school year! Information on the online, interactive Advanced Learning Plan (ALP) process for all gifted high school students.In order to better serve the Gifted and Talented population at Coronado High School, all students this year will be given the opportunity to create a plan that will help them set goals for success in college/career planning, and focus on academic performance and personal challenges. Formally identified GT students will complete an interactive, online ALP. GT resource teachers will personally consult with students, provide assistance with locating resources or fulfilling goals, and assist in creating a meaningful resume that can be used for college applications or postsecondary opportunities. Please refer to the schedule below outlining when Mrs. Schulzki will be meeting and working with GT students throughout the year.If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Leslie Rutberg, or email@example.com, or 328-3631.Connect to ICAP through Naviance, found at www.d11.org/CoronadoClick on Students, Links, Naviance - Click on Clever
Gifted and Talent Resources and meeting times this year, 2022-23
Seniors - in-person meeting during 4th and 8th periods - Sept. 7 and 8 - will send a passEmail me, firstname.lastname@example.org, or schedule a time through my Bookings link - to be connected with Counseling in the near future, anytime throughout the school year. ALPs are due October 28 - work through the Coronado website, Students, click on Links/Naviance. Click on Microsoft (multicolored box), enter indicated username and password.Seniors are in the midst of researching and applying for post-graduate options. Working through student's ICAP on Naviance, found on the Coronado website under Students and Links, can provide GT seniors with a wealth of information. The website link below should give students and parents a start comparing colleges in the state of Colorado, and nationally, as well as provide a list of Scholarships. See your counselor for specifics, but I would be glad to spend time with students exploring their options. All seniors can also take a look at the Coronado homepage under Scholarships to see what is available - also check with the schools with whom you are applying, as they also list several scholarships available to students. Be thinking about letters of recommendation from your teachers! Early entry applications can help seniors narrow down their choices. Check with individual colleges for requirements and applications. If you haven't started looking at your post-graduate options, begin getting your resume together and check schools of interest on the College in College website. The counseling office or I can provide a template for preparing a resume if needed.Boettcher Foundation Scholarship information:http://www.boettcherfoundation.org/home/scholarships/eligibility-selection-criteria - meeting September 9, 2022 4th period - Invite only - inquire if you are interested
Juniors - in-person meeting 4th and 8th periods Sept. 13 - will send you a pass
Juniors were informed and sent ALP instructions via email in September with ALP goals due October 28. Students can access the site by logging onto the school webpage, go to Students, go to Links/ Naviance. Click on Microsoft (multicolored box).Sign up for a virtual visit anytime throughout the school year using my Bookings (Counseling link) or via email, email@example.com. Juniors should be thinking about post-graduate options, with many opting for AP and CU Gold and CU Platinum courses. Your ICAP on Naviance is a great way to see what colleges and programs are offered throughout the state and nation. Follow up on ALP (Advanced Learning Plan) programs and opportunities such as next year's course selections and post-graduate options will occur throughout the year.
Sophomores - in-person meeting 4th and 8th periods Sept. 16 and 17 and Freshmen - meeting 4th/8th periods Sept. 14 and 15 - passes will be sentSophomores and Freshmen will be informed and sent ALP instructions via email in September with ALP goals due October 28. Students can access the site by logging onto the school webpage, go to Students, go to Links/ Naviance. Click on Microsoft (multicolored box).Sophomores and freshmen should be seeking challenging classes that provide differentiated instruction. There are several extra and co-curricular activities for students to explore and join. If students need help, I can act as an advocate for all Gifted and Talented students and introduce them to these options. Follow up on ALP (Advanced Learning Plan) programs and opportunities such as next year's course selection and opportunities to take CU Gold and Advanced Placement courses next year.If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 328-3631 - Leslie Rutberg