Time management isn’t just for adults at work. The first few months of a new school year see many parents struggling to support their preteens and teens as they balance homework and school projects with clubs, sports, music, drama, volunteering, work—and just being a middle or high school kid!
Juggling all of these activities can be overwhelming for teens—and parents—and it’s easy to see why teens can sometimes feel anxious or depressed.
You can help your teen avoid having an emotional breakdown by fostering a strong relationship that encourages open and honest communication.
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Wake County College Fair
When: Sunday, September 17, 2017 from 2:00-4:30 p.m
Where: NC State University-McKimmon Center
Over 100 colleges will attend to discuss college admission with our high school juniors and seniors.
There will also be information sessions on:
- Financial Aid (2:45 and 3:45 p.m.)
- Preparing for College (2:30 and 3:30 p.m.)
Admission and Parking are Free.
Please Note: College Bags are not provided this year. Students should bring their own bag to carry their acquired college brochures and materials.
Jointly Sponsored by The Carolinas Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers (CACRAO.org) and the Wake County Public School System
Scholarship is a great financial aid tool that students should utilize when going to college.
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The PSAT administration will be October 11th. Registration and payment will be accepted until September 21st.
Please visit the following link for PSAT Registration and Payment
MCHS PTSA is proud to introduce our new President: Lana Daniels. Thank you, Lana for volunteering to serve. Our entire leadership team is now complete and we look forward to a productive year supporting academic success at MCHS.
Our first PTSA meeting of the year is set for Monday, September 18 at 6pm in the Media Center. Everyone is welcome. Topics on the agenda include, Winter Wonders Craft Fair, the StreetSafe program and the PSAT. We look forward to seeing you there.
MCHS PTSA: 2017/18
President: Lana Daniels
Vice President: Markita Keaton
Secretary: Michelle Edgar
Treasurer: Ashlie Holt
Communication: Sapna Chitale
Membership: Karissa Webb
BAC Representative: Jodi Vance
Hospitality: Tonya Brady
Student Recognition: Renee Rogers and Laura Wilson
Winter Craft Fair: Dawn Navarro
Reflections: Ginger Carbone
Passive Fundraising: Wendy Bonarelli
Student Liaisons: Carman Webb
Grant Writing: Kathy Gleason and Linda Chaloupecky
The PTSA is an alliance of Parents, Teachers and Students working to enhance the academic environment of our school. Student involvement is vital to the success of our mission as the Academic Booster Club of MCHS. Student members of the PTSA are invited to serve as Student Liaisons.
Student Liaisons earn volunteer hours and gain a deeper understanding of leadership in a non-profit, volunteer organization. If you know a dependable student looking for an opportunity to become more involved at Middle Creek, serving as a Student Liaison could be the perfect fit.The MCHS PTSA offers a variety of ways for Student Liaisons to volunteer. Students can contribute to our newsletter or help at our events, and even have opportunities to design their own volunteer projects in support of our goals of academic success for all students at Middle Creek.
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