Forecasting

  • It's alomst time for students to choose classes for the upcoming school year!

    In addition to our own Forecasting schedule, we will be posting information about forecasting for the 2021-2022 school year as we receive it from the other Middle & High Schools.

    If you have questions, please direct them to the approriate Counseling Team at the school.

CENTURY

  • Forecasting Timeline and Resources 
    • March 1st - 19th: Century Counselors will meet by grade level with current 9th-11th students during Advisory to deliver information about forecasting.  Each student will have access to a grade level virtual forecasting auditorium. After each Advisory lesson is presented, the lesson will be linked to a grade level digital forecasting notebook. The digital notebooks will be housed on the Century Counseling website. Counselors will be available for Office Hours after each Advisory period and for extended Office Hours every Wednesday during March.
    • March 11th:  Virtual Incoming 9th Grade Night 6:00-8:00pm
      • 6:00 pm - Welcome from Administrative Team and Student Panel
      • 6:35 pm - Session 1 - program/department Q/A session
      • 7:05 pm - Session 2 - program/department Q/A session
      • 7:35 pm - Session 3 - program/department Q/A session
      • More information and Google meet links will be shared soon.
    • March 15th - 19th: Incoming 9th grade forecasting: Mrs. Sabroe, Class of 2025 School Counselor, will meet with current R.A. Brown Middle School 8th graders during Advisory to deliver information about forecasting.  Each student will have access to a virtual forecasting auditorium. After each Advisory lesson is presented, the lesson will be linked to a grade level digital forecasting notebook. The digital notebook will be housed on the Century Counseling website. A Counselor will be available for Office Hours to answer forecasting questions. 
    • March 19th: Conclusion of Forecasting:  We strongly encourage parents/guardians to check in with their students about the forecasting process and to see what courses they are picking for next year. Course requests can be accessed through StudentVUE and/or ParentVUE. 

    Our team looks forward to Century's forecasting season. Please refer to our website for additional forecasting information and individual counselor contact information.

    Sincerely,

    The Century Counseling Team

    • Kim Gainey, Department Coordinator:  Class of 2024 School Counselor 
    • Jennifer Fields, Class of 2023 School Counselor 
    • Sarah Cox, Class of 2022 School Counselor 
    • Sarah Sabroe, Class of 2021 and 2025 School Counselor 
     

GLENCOE

  • Forecasting Timeline and Resources 

    • February 2021- Recent advisory lessons for grades 9-11 have focused on Post High School Options: 4 Year College, Community Colleges, Trade and Vocational Schools, and the Military. The February 16th advisory lesson will focus on Diploma Options: Standard, Modified, and Chancellors. We will also discuss some important things to look for when students take a look at their transcripts, including a how to see an unofficial transcript through Parent/StudentVUE.
    • March 2nd 2021- Students will take a tour of the forecasting website in advisory, as well as instructions on how to use the forecasting website and look up course videos for core classes, electives, and college and career pathways. 
    • March 3rd 2021 Academic Planning NightCounselors and teachers will have open links on graduation requirements, success in high school, Advanced Placement coursework, Mental health Support, and College and Career Pathways. More information and Googlemeet links will be shared soon. 
    • March 16th 2021 -Forecasting forms will be shared in advisory for grades 9-11. There will be lessons for students on how to download Kami, if they have not done so. There will also be lessons on how to forecast, save their forms to Google Drive, and how to submit. 
    • March 17th & 18th 2021-(6:00pm-7:00pm) Counselors will be available for extra guidance with forecasting and general questions.https://meet.google.com/coo-sipp-rgc?pli=1&authuser=2  
    • Forecasting forms due April 2nd, 2021. We recommend that parents review their student's class choices on their forecasting form. 

     Counselors are available most days day before school and after during office hours. Parents and students are encouraged to drop by with questions. https://meet.google.com/coo-sipp-rgc?pli=1&authuser=2

    Sincerely,

    The Glencoe Counseling team

    David McKean, Department Coordinator: 10th-12th grade A-K & Incoming 8th grade A-K

    Jason Dortch: 10th-12th grade L-Z & Incoming 8th grade L-Z

    Laura Perez: 9th-11th grade A-K     

    Matt Steele9th-11th grade L-Z

HILHI

  • Forecasting Timeline and Resources:

    • February 2021- 4-Year Planning Lessons
      • During the month of February, students will be learning about Hilhi programs, how to build a 4-Year Plan, and review their transcript in order to prepare for March forecasting. These lessons will be shared in HHS Advisory classes.
    • March 3rd, 6-7:30 pm: (Virtual) Academic Planning Night
      • This is our annual event for families and students who are interested in learning more about Hilhi’s Career and College Pathways, International Baccalaureate Program (IB), Dual Language Program, AVID, and Career, College and Scholarship Session. We will use Google Meets to host Academic Planning Night this year.
    • March 1st-5th- Forecasting form distributed and due in Advisory classes
      • Please make sure to review your student’s class choices on their forecasting form, if necessary.
    • Week of March 8th- Forecasting Lessons
      • During the week of March 8th, students will be learning about Hilhi programs, electives, and how to fill out the 9th grade forecasting form. These lessons and forecasting forms will be shared in HHS Advisory classes.
    • March 12th- Forecasting form due in Advisory classes
      • We recommend that parents review their student’s class choices on their forecasting form

    Our team looks forward to Hilhi’s forecasting season. Counselors are available for advising and specific questions during our Lunch-time Counseling Office Hour (12:00-12:45 PM, https://meet.google.com/wog-vrqb-xbj) or by email. Please refer to our website for individual counseling contact information.

     

    Sincerely,

    The HHS Counseling Team

    Marla Lyle, 9th & 11th Grade, A-K

    Aimi Wallberg, 9th & 11th Grade L-Z

    Jackie Herrera, 10th & 12th Grade, A-K

    Michelle Buyas, 10th & 12th Grade, L-Z