Scheduling frenzy begins

High+School+Counselor+Ms.+Laci+Cox+works+in+her+office+to+prepare+for+next+year%27s+schedule.+Students+recently+completed+their+schedule+requests+for+the+2019-20+school+year.
Back to Article
Back to Article

Scheduling frenzy begins

High School Counselor Ms. Laci Cox works in her office to prepare for next year's schedule. Students recently completed their schedule requests for the 2019-20 school year.

High School Counselor Ms. Laci Cox works in her office to prepare for next year's schedule. Students recently completed their schedule requests for the 2019-20 school year.

Della Riner

High School Counselor Ms. Laci Cox works in her office to prepare for next year's schedule. Students recently completed their schedule requests for the 2019-20 school year.

Della Riner

Della Riner

High School Counselor Ms. Laci Cox works in her office to prepare for next year's schedule. Students recently completed their schedule requests for the 2019-20 school year.

Story by Della Riner, Reporter

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Students worked on their career and educational plans. They began filling out their schedules for next year in February and January.

Students use the career and educational planning guide to complete schedules. Sophomore Eileane Frazier is most excited for the new options she has like classes at the CTC.  

“This is the first time we have gotten choices like this that will help for our jobs in the future,” Fraizier said about the courses offered to juniors and seniors at CTC.

According to the career and educational planning guide you need eight electives to complete your credits. Students like sophomore Deanna Fletcher just enjoy getting to see and control what goes on their schedule.

“I like planning out my schedule and getting to chose classes that I like,”

You need 25 credits to graduate. Junior Julia Peters is choosing classes she needs to complete her credits including one elective.

“There are a lot of electives that I thought were interesting but I chose child development because I loved the first two classes.”

Schedules should be turned into your English teacher as soon as possible.

“I like planning out my schedule and getting to chose classes that I like,”

Students need 25 credits to graduate. Junior Julia Peters is choosing classes she needs to complete her credits including one elective.

“There are a lot of electives that I thought were interesting but I chose child development because I loved the first two classes.”

If students have questions regarding their schedules, they can schedule an appointment with their guidance counselor by visiting https://www.fortosage.net/Page/328.

              

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Navigate Left
  • Scheduling frenzy begins

    Features

    Mr. Merithew accepts service award for journalism

  • Scheduling frenzy begins

    Features

    District welcomes new Mental Health Therapist

  • Scheduling frenzy begins

    News

    New training tables benefit athletes and trainers

  • Scheduling frenzy begins

    News

    Incoming 9th graders explore classes, extracurricular activities

  • Features

    Teachers build camaraderie through ‘meet, greet and eat’

  • Scheduling frenzy begins

    News

    Environmental Science class sells ties to help with recycling efforts

  • Scheduling frenzy begins

    Arts | Entertainment

    Art student, teacher earn honors

  • Scheduling frenzy begins

    News

    Library reuses magazines for festive project

  • Scheduling frenzy begins

    News

    New tables added to enclosed breezeway

  • Scheduling frenzy begins

    Features

    Sederwall commits to success

Navigate Right
error: Content is protected !!
The student news site of Fort Osage High School
Scheduling frenzy begins