All Grades: Students with a disability may qualify for accommodations for college entrance exams, such as the ACT/SAT. For details, talk to Mrs. Langworthy or visit the following websites: ACT, ACT Testing: Minnesota, or SAT/College Board for information regarding accommodations.
2015 Graduates: Final high school transcripts were sent out on June 2, 2015.
2015 Graduates: Do you have a college transcript because of the College Now Program or PSEO? Mrs. Langworthy cannot send college transcripts; only students can directly send the college transcript on to their designated college. Please see the attachment for more instructions on how to obtain a transcript. SMSU Transcript Request Information
2015 Graduates: Have you received mail, emails and phone calls from colleges lately? Make sure you read EVERY letter/email sent so you don't miss out on opportunities! Housing deposits, financial aid and signing up for advisement/orientation are just a few of the things that have been mailed or will be mailed to you soon. Questions? Contact your college directly during the summer months.
2015 Graduates/2016 Seniors: Thinking about joining a branch of the military? If you are, please consider going with a parent/guardian to meet with a recruiter and learn about various opportunities. Your parents are there to help you sort through all the various options.
2016 Seniors: The ACT scores are back! I know you've all been tweeting each other about them! If you have questions or would like to look at your scores online through the ACT website, click the ACT icon on the left-side of my page. I'll work with you this fall as to how to send your scores to the colleges you wish to apply to.
2016 Seniors: It's summer! What a perfect time to visit colleges and explore your options! If you can, try to visit colleges to see what you do/don't like about their campus. Fall of your senior year will become very busy so try to get out there this summer and look at these colleges!
2016 Seniors and 2017 Juniors: Private College Week will be held June 22-26, 2015. If you are interested in seeing these colleges while many events are planned, please click here to view further information and registration.
2016 Seniors/2017 Juniors/2018 Sophomores: Have you ever thought about doing a job shadow?
It's an opportunity for you to explore a career interest with someone
who knows the career field well. This summer might be a good time for you to shadow someone in the career field you are interested in. If you are interested in a career where privacy is an issue, maybe you could set up an interview with someone. Please consider setting up a job shadow this summer on your own/with your family and explore what careers are out there for you!
2016 Seniors/2017 Juniors/2018 Sophomores: Interested in a career in Health Care? The Mayo Clinic has developed a website for exploring all the different occupations related to health care. Click here to check it out!
2018 Sophomores and 2019 Freshman: Educational Talent Search is a federally funded program that serves students who are low-income and/or first generation college-bound. The goal of the program is to provide opportunities and career/college counseling to help students reach their post-secondary aspirations. The website link is listed on the left-side of this page, and students can download a copy of the application.
Contacting Mrs. Langworthy:
To contact Mrs. Langworthy, you can email her at: email@example.com or call (507) 524-3918, ext. 235. Please note: the Counseling Office will be closed until August 19, 2015.
Non-discrimination Notice: The Maple River School District
does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin,
sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides
equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The
following people are designated to handle inquiries regarding the
non-discrimination policies: Dan Anderson, (507) 524-3918, ext. 223,
P.O. Box 515, Mapleton, MN 56065 or Kris Madsen, (507) 524-3918, ext. 290, P.O. Box 515, Mapleton, MN 56065.