Beth Wehner, case manager for class of 2018
You are welcome to contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org or
by phone 432-6941 ext. 2867
During Semester 1 I have classes or a duty during periods:
D, E, F, and H
Please look at the other tabs on my website for additional information.
test taking strategies
Some of these test taking strategies may come in handy during mid-term exams or any test:
1. Stay calm. If you feel yourself getting nervous, take a deep breath in and out. Remember that you've studied, you're prepared and that you'll do well.
2. Take your time-don't rush.
3. Use other parts of/questions on the test to your advantage. There may be hints in other places throughout the test.
4. Ask for help! If you don't understand a question on the test, please ask.
5. Please check your IEP for any accommodations for which you may be eligible.
Please consider the following studying strategies
for mid-term exams or any test:
1. Save all flash cards from previous tests/quizzes
2. Start studying now
3. Ask someone to quiz you or listen while you explain an event, procedure or process
4. Practice math problems from previous homework assignments
5. Review previous tests/quizzes
6. If a teacher offers a study guide or is willing to stay after school take advantage of their time. Tests and quizzes are not to trick you. Teachers want you to do well.
Important dates to remember:
Many teachers use Edmodo to communicate with students. If your child is unsure of an assignment, this is a great place to check.
Encourage your child to use www.studystack.com to study for upoming tests and quizzes.
February 21-March 1 February winter Break
IEP Season begins in March. Be on th elookout for meeting notices in the mail.
Friday March 13 is a teacher workshop day
College Application Info
Consider submitting your college applications before the Winter break. Then, when/if you do not get into the college of your choice, you have plenty of time to appeal the decision in the spring.
Your son or daughter has been given an informative packet from the guidance department that outlines the process and lists many websites that have helpful tools as you navigate the college application process. Some are:
For the common application:
For financial aid information:
Financial Aid and Scholarship Info
Here is some information about finaicial aid
and scholarships for college:
FAFSA The FAFSA is based on your household income, assets, etc. will determine your financial aid. You can complete the FAFSA anytime AFTER 1-1-2014 www.fafsa.ed.gov
FAFSA PIN This is a 4-digit number used to identify you when accessing your information on Federal Student Aid websites. You will need to apply for a PIN BEFORE you apply for the FAFSA in January. You can do this anytime, even now. www.pin.ed.gov
www.collegeboard.com www.collegelink.com www.collegenet.com
www.fastweb.com www.nh93.com www.nhcf.org