Scholarships; FInancial Aid Events at TVCC

February 28- The Dallas Scottish Rite Library and Museum scholarship is now available for application for graduating high school seniors. This is a $1,000 scholarship which will be awarded to those with the most academic merit, which will be determined by SAT/ACT scores and high school transcripts.  Two personal recommendation letters and two academic letters of recommendation will be required .For further information and to apply, visit www.dallasscottishrite.org,   click on the drop down box  “About Scottish Rite”/Scottish Rite  Forms.

 March 1, 2018-The Henderson County Retired School Personnel Association is offering their annual scholarship to graduating seniors  who:

  • Plan to attend a college or university in the summer/fall and pursue a program in which he/she will receive a teacher certification
  • Be willing to appear before the scholarship committee for a personal interview.

Applications are available in the counselor’s office

 

April 1, 2018– The Northeast Texas Region VI Scholarship is available for application for graduating seniors. The application  is available in the counselor’s office.

 

I have attached a flyer regarding financial aid information events at TVCC.  This information will be useful to graduating seniors who plan to further their education no matter what college, university or vocational school they  decide to attend.

The events listed are:

5-8 PM Thursday, February 1- Learn the Financial Aid Basics

5-8 PM Tuesday, February 6- Applying for Scholarships and Veterans Success

5-8 PM Thursday, February 15- Direct Student Loan Basics and Smart Borrowing

5-8 PM Tuesday, February 20- FREE FAFSA Workshop

Avoiding the Flu

Good morning Parents and Guardians,

Just want to share some easy steps to help prevent catching or spreading the flu for your kiddos and yourself.

  • Cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing with your arm and shoulder.  Avoid using your hands to cover a cough or a sneeze.
  • Do your best to avoid touching your eyes and nose.
  • Make sure you wash your hands or use hand sanitizer often. Keeping your hands clean is one of the best ways to avoid getting sick.
  • Avoid close contact with others who are sick.
  • Practice other healthy habits like getting a good night’s sleep, practicing good self-hygene, and eating healthy meals.

I want to see all your kiddos at school so everyone needs to do their part to stay healthy.

Mr. Reeve

This Week

I appreciate everyone’s patience with the unplanned 6 day break last week. We still have almost a day and a half of extra time to work with during the spring semester. As of right now, none of the days missed will have to be made up.

This Week

Monday – Middle School Basketball: Girls at Scurry; Boys host Scurry – 5:00

Tuesday – High School Basketball v. Alba-Golden – 4:00

Thursday – Called Board Meeting – 6:00 – High School Library

Friday – High School Basketball v. Quitman – 4:00

I hope everyone has a great week!

Scholarships

April 2, 2018– Trinity Valley Electric Cooperative is offering scholarships to graduating seniors who are in the top 20% of their graduating class and whose parents or legal guardians are members and are receiving electric service from TVEC at their primary residence. Applicants must also seek full-time enrollment at an accredited institution of higher learning. Applications are available in the counselor’s office.

 

February 12, 2018-The Henderson County Black History Committee is offering their annual scholarship to graduating seniors who

  • Have  a  GPA between 90 and 70
  • Have not been arrested or convicted of a felony
  • Can submit two letters of recommendation
  • Can write a two page essay on “African Americans In Times of War”

Applications must be returned to the counselor’s office by 9 a.m. on February 12.

Applications are available in the counselor’s office. NOTE: Students do not have to be of African American descent to apply for this scholarship.

 

This Week

This Week

All during this week, kindergarten will be completing their Guided Reading assessment.

Monday – Board Meeting – 7:00 PM – High School library

Tuesday – High School District Basketball at Mineola – 4:00

Wednesday – Intermediate School – Semester Skating; Middle School – Basketball Pictures

Thursday – Intermediate School – Semester Awards; Middle School Basketball – Boys at Edgewood; Girls v. Edgewood – 5:00; State Cheerleading Competition

Friday – High School District Basketball v. Kemp – 4:30

Saturday – Middle School UIL Contest at Kemp

Monday, January 15 – Holiday

I hope everyone has a great week!

Welcome Back and This Week

I hope everyone had a great Christmas break! We are now into the second semester of the 2017-2018 school year. Today is the start of the 4th 6 weeks. There are 93 instructional days in the 2nd semester. The 2nd semester will also have several holidays: January 15, February 19, March 12 – 16, March 30, and  April 20.

As is always the case, the 2nd semester will feature many different events and activities. Check back here and follow us on Twitter for the latest updates.

Congratulations to the JV girls, JV boys, and varsity boys on posting district basketball  wins against Quitman last night!

This Week

Wednesday – Start of 4th 6 Weeks

Thursday – Report cards issued; Perfect Attendance and Right Choice Awards – Intermediate; Middle School Basketball – Boys at Grand Saline & Girls v. Grand Saline – 5:00; Construction Committee Meeting – 6:00 – High School library

Friday – 3rd 6 Weeks Drawings – Intermediate School; High School basketball v. Grand Saline – 4:00

Saturday – High School Band Area Auditions; Cheerleading Show-Off – 8:00 – 2:00 – Kirk Gym

I hope everyone has a great week!