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Tracy Rinker Lucia Potenza
Counseling Secretary   P: (585) 670-5008, F: (585) 670-5071 Registrar/Transcript   P: (585) 670-5010, F: (585) 671-7037
 
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Announcements

RSVP For Freshman Parent Seminar
RSVP For Freshman Parent Seminar here



FREE Eastman School Of Music Workshops
FREE workshops for high school students interested in majoring or minoring in music during college. 
October 27, 2019; Careers & Programs in Music
January 12, 2019; Applying and Auditioning
February 2, 2019; Financial Aid & Scholarships
Please register online at https://apply.esm.rochester.edu/portal/ECMS-workshops



New SAT and ACT Information
Check out the counseling SAT & ACT webpage! http://www.websterschools.org/districtpage.cfm?pageid=1606  New information on practice tests and special enrichment classes for 9th and 10th graders!



Practice SAT Exam Registration
Saturday, October 19, 2019 at Thomas High School
Cost: $17.00 - payment by check only - NO CASH
Fill out form. Practice SAT (PSAT) Registration Form.pdf 
Bring form and check for $17.00 made payable to WEBSTER SCHROEDER HS to Mrs. Rinker in the Counseling Center.



YMCA is Hiring!
Click on the Job Openings icon for more information.



Great Opportunity for LatinX Students
Every year youth from the Mid-West Region participate in a series of FREE trainings for a total of 30 hours, November through March. Ten students are selected to participate in the Annual Angelo Del Toro Puerto Rican Hispanic Youth Leadership Institute in Albany. The Institute's purpose is to foster the leadership skills of LatinX students and to introduce them to New York State's legislative process. Students must be in 11th or 12th grade and have at least one parent of LatinX/Hispanic descent to participate. College scholarships are awarded to seniors on a competitive basis at the conclusion of the Institute.    
http://www.monroe2boces.org/PRHYLI.aspx  



Rochester Historically Black College & Universities College Fair
The Rochester Historically Black College & Universities College Fair, at the Riverside Convention Center on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 2:00 pm.  You can register online at: https://www.rcsdk12.org/hbcufair 



Black Scholars College Readiness & Parent Workshop
The College Readiness & Parent Workshop on the Brighton Campus of Monroe Community College, on October 19, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.  This workshop is open to the general public for 9th - 12th grade students.  The parent workshop will provide some of the best practices to prepare your children for college.  To register, click the following link! https://sforce.co/2lB7ZIs 



Schroeder's Military Night for Students & their Families
Wednesday, October 23rd, 5:30pm - 7:30pm in the Schroeder Library
We are hoping to have representation from all branches, both active and reserves. Families will be able to speak with and gather information as they desire, no formal presentation.  PLEASE RSVP for this event!



Great Volunteer Opportunity!
Gliding Stars, an adaptive ice skating program for people with disabilities is looking for students who would be interested in finding a unique and fun way to complete their community service requirements or just share their love of skating. Volunteers must to be able to skate because they will be supporting and aiding their stars as they learn to skate.  If interested visit their Program any Sunday at Webster Ice Arena or for additional information



Celebrate Your Voice!
Join the 2020 Scholastic Art and Writing awards.  Millions of dollars in scholarships.  Visit artandwriting.org

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