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GET ORGANIZED! Decide on a system that works for you…but it only works if you use it!

ORGANIZE YOUR SPACE
  • Locker shelves
  • Locker floor
  • What goes into your backpack
  • Special place (same one all the time) to study at home with all supplies there to save time
ORGANIZE PLACES FOR NOTES
  • 3-ring notebook, dividers for each subject (keep a paper punch handy)
  • Folders with pockets for each class
  • Divided spiral notebook for taking notes; folders for handouts and homework
  • Expandable divided file folder (the plastic kind) with a place for each class: notes, handouts and homework
KEEP TRACK OF ASSIGNMENTS/PROJECTS
  • Small pocket sized notebook just for assignments
  • Appointment book or small calendar - helps you plan ahead
AVOID THE FOLLOWING!!
  • Papers folded in books
  • Papers stashed in your notebooks
  • Papers crammed in your locker
  • Papers jammed in your pocket… Get the idea
Academic Counseling

Get Organized

Note Taking

Study Tips

Test Strategies
Guidance & Counseling Office
Mrs. Trudy Rigney
Director of Guidance, Junior & Senior/College Guidance Counselor (A-J)
Phone: x1105
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Mrs. Michele LeBeau
Administrative Assistant
Phone: x1142
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Mr. Adam Lindley
Junior & Senior/College Guidance Counselor (K-Z)
Phone: x1114
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Ms. Jillian Pettenuzzo
Freshman & Sophomore Guidance Counselor (L-Z)
Special Needs Coordinator
Phone: x1108
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Mrs. Angelika Rupp
Freshman & Sophomore Guidance Counselor (A-K)
Group Counseling Coordinator
Phone: x1104
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