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ACT Test

Important Dates for ACT Registration:

Remember no waivers are provided at the moment, so ACT registration has to be paid for by families until further notice. Please contact Ms. Curley @ 505-721-3615 or scurley@gmcs.org for assistance.

Students who register in the spring for the ACT should be able to use ACT waiver from last year, if used before August 31, 2020. Please contact customer care @ 319-337-1270 for clarification AND review the email sent by the ACT Administration.

1. Here are the important dates to remember.
Fall 2020 Test Dates

September
• Saturday, September 12- Registration Deadline is August 14, 2020-Late Registration Deadline August 28, 2020
• Sunday, September 13- Registration Deadline is August 14, 2020-Late Registration Deadline August 28, 2020
• Saturday, September 19- Registration Deadline is August 14, 2020-Late Registration Deadline August 28, 2020

October
• Saturday, October 10- Registration Deadline is September 17, 2020-Late Registration Deadline September 25, 2020
• Saturday, October 17- Registration Deadline is September 17, 2020-Late Registration Deadline September 25, 2020
• Saturday, October 24- Registration Deadline is September 17, 2020-Late Registration Deadline September 25, 2020
• Sunday, October 25- Registration Deadline is September 17, 2020-Late Registration Deadline September 25, 2020
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San Juan College Information Sessions

Parents & Students,

If your child(ren) is/are interested in dual credit at San Juan College please join the information session of your choosing to help learn more about this opportunity and Fall 2020 procedures and protocol.
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Help Logging into Student Email

Please use the attachment to help students can log into their email. As you know, students will be starting the year off in distance learning. Email/TEAMS communications will be highly utilized to help ensure that students are receiving the best possible education and communication from educators. Parents are strongly encouraged to provide updated contact information, including an email as we move through these uncertain times.
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NAVAJO TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY

Good Evening Students,

DUE DATE: AUGUST 7, 2020
Please Remember, if you signed up for dual credit for the 2020-2021 SY that option is still available to you. Please use the attachments in students' email, to help you navigate and sign-up.

For new Dual Credit students:

NTU DUAL CREDIT:

1)Please visit http://www.navajotech.edu/future-students/dual-credit to get forms offline.

2)NTU Student/General Catalog 2019-20 - to assist you in identifying classes for the Appendix to Statewide Master Agreement

3)Dual Credit Application for Enrollment Packet - Please make sure all the information is completed by the student and their parent/guardian (if under 18 years of age) This is extremely important, students' applications will not be accepted if any information or document is missing.

4)Dual Credit Registration form - Make sure School Counselors sign as well as students. In addition, please make sure students provide the correct course information to avoid non-enrollment and/or incorrect enrollment.

5) Contact your Counselor or Principal, Sarah Curley (Counselor)will no be available until 8/3 or Joshua Stepney (Principal)

DUAL CREDIT COURSES-NAVAJO TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY (NPHS)

2020-2021SY


POLS 2996-Navajo Government

NVJO211-Navajo History

NAVA 1110- Navajo I

NAVA 1120- Navajo II

NAVA 1130- Beginning Navajo Reading &Writing
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SAN JUAN COLLEGE DUAL CREDIT

Good Evening Students,

DUE DATE: AUGUST 7, 2020
Please Remember, if you signed up for dual credit for the 2020-2021 SY that option is still available to you. Please see link to help you navigate and sign-up (Information in your student email).

Please see the process below:

Due: August 7, 2020

APPLIED DUAL CREDIT STUDENTS:

1) Determine what class you would like to take.
2) Visit Webadvisor on San Juan College website https://webadv.sanjuancollege.edu:8443/WAPRD1/WebAdvisor?TYPE=M&PID=CORE-WBMAIN&TOKENIDX=371237200
3)Search for the course to make sure the class is available as a full-term class (e.g. August-December)
4) Complete the attached forms.
5) Email the forms back to the school counselor.
6) Make sure you still can log into Canvas.

NEW DUAL CREDIT STUDENTS/ NEVER APPLIED:

1) Appy at San Juan College @ https://www.sanjuancollege.edu/dualcredit/ to get accepted. Application is FREE online. Apply by August 3, 2020.

Dual Credit - San Juan College
What is Dual Credit? Dual credit allows a high school student to enroll in a SJC course(s). Students receive high school core and academic credit as well as college credit for the course(s) taken.
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2) Turn acceptance letter into your counselor.
3) Determine what class you would like to take.

DUAL CREDIT COURSES-SAN JUAN COLLEGE ONLINE

2020-2021SY


ENGL-1110 Composition I*

ENGL-1120 Composition II**

MATH-1110 Math for Teachers I*

MATH-1115 Math for Teachers II**

MATH-1220 College Algebra*

MATH-1230 Trigonometry*

MATH-1240 Pre-Calculus*

MATH-1350 Introduction to Statistics*

SOCI-1110 Introduction to Sociology

SOCI-2120 Introduction to Criminal Justice Systems**

SOCI-2140 Juvenile Delinquency**

SOCI-2210 Sociology of Deviance**

SOCI-2250 Sociology of Race and Ethnicity**

POLS-1110 Introduction to Political Science

PSYC-1110 Introduction to Psychology

PSYC-2110 Social Psychology**

PSYC-2120 Developmental Psychology**

PSYC-2210 Abnormal Psychology**

PSYC-2240 Psychology of Personality**

PSYC-2390 Educational Psychology**


*High School transcript determines eligibility for the course*
**Pre-requisites are required**



4) Visit Webadvisor on San Juan College website https://webadv.sanjuancollege.edu:8443/WAPRD1/WebAdvisor?TYPE=M&PID=CORE-WBMAIN&TOKENIDX=371237200
5)Search for the course to make sure the class is available as a full term class (e.g. August-December)
6) Complete the attached forms.
7) Email the forms back to school counselor.
8) Make sure you still can log into Canvas.


Let me know if you have any questions!
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NAVAJO NATION INVESTMENT COMMITTEE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

NAVAJO NATION INVESTMENT COMMITTEE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM – $7,000 per Academic Year

Deadline to apply: July 31, 2020 at 5 pm

The goal of the Navajo Nation Investment Committee Finance and Accounting Scholarship Program is to encourage the study of Finance, Economics, Accounting and Public Administration among Navajo students.

There is a need for qualified Navajo individuals in these disciplines within the Navajo Nation government. Participants are strongly encouraged to return to the Navajo Nation and work within the Navajo Nation Government.

This scholarship program is administered by the Navajo Nation Investment Committee (through the Office of the Controller) separate from the other Navajo Nation government scholarship programs.

The Navajo Nation Investment Committee will administer scholarship funds provided to the Navajo Nation by its investment managers, investment consultants and other business partners and award scholarships to eligible Navajo graduate and undergraduate students with majors in Finance, Economics, Accounting or Public Administration.

Recipients of the scholarship will receive up to $7,000 per academic year as determined by the Investment Committee based upon the availability of funds. Scholarship awards will be based on academic achievement and not on financial need.

ELIGIBILITY:
• Enrolled members of the Navajo Nation who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better and whose degree will be conferred in Finance, Economics, Accounting or Public Administration.

• Eligibility for each subsequent year is dependent on the maintenance of a 3.0 GPA each semester as a full-time student (12+ credit hrs/undergrad or 9+ credit hrs/graduate) in the current year. Selection will be based on information submitted and interviews of candidates by the Navajo Nation Investment Committee.

• Degree priority: Finance and Economic majors will be given preference. First priority is for undergraduate (senior/junior/sophomore); second priority is for graduate study. Internship employment is anticipated to be part of this scholarship program. Certain students will be notified when an internship becomes available.

• Admitted to an accredited college with a declared major in Finance, Economics, Accounting or Public Administration. First priority is for undergraduates (Junior/ Senior), Second priority is for graduate students

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS for the Navajo Investment Committee’s Finance and Accounting Scholarship Project include the following:

1) Completed Application Form
2) Certification of Indian Blood (Census#)
3) Current Original Transcripts (3.0 Cumulative GPA)
4) Letter of Admission from College of Business with Declared Major
5) Letter of Recommendation from Academic Advisor

Recipients who maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better may reapply for the continuation of the scholarship assistance by submitting the completed application form and an official transcript of the semester(s) completed.

DEADLINES
• All documents required in the application process must be submitted by July 31, 2020 at 5:00 pm for both Fall and Spring terms to:

Navajo Nation Office of the Controller-Investments Section
P.O. Box 3150
Window Rock, AZ 86515.

For information and application, contact Cynthia Scott at (928) 871-6126 or cscott@nnooc.org.
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