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The B&G HPL Basketball Tournament Brackets are under Quicklinks below on the left side of the page. The HPL Basketball Tournament Broadcast schedule is located in article below. The 2019-2020 Activity & Sport schedules are in the article below.

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    Three FFA Students Compete in Employability Skills Leadership Development Event

    On Wednesday, December 4th these ladies, (L-R Mara Wright, Alexa Brain, and Ella Stapleton) competed in the Employability Skills Leadership Development Event. These ladies prepared Resumes, Cover Letters, and then interviewed with judges on Wednesday. This is a great contest that prepares students for their future and allows them to receive feedback from the judges on ways to improve their interviewing skills.

    Mara Wright placed 1st and Alexa Brain 3rd. The top three individuals in the SW district qualify for State in Manhattan in May. Congratulate these ladies if you see them around! On Wednesday, December 4th these ladies, (L-R Mara Wright, Alexa Brain, and Ella Stapleton) competed in the Employability Skills Leadership Development Event. These ladies prepared Resumes, Cover Letters, and then interviewed with judges on Wednesday. This is a great contest that prepares students for their future and allows them to receive feedback from the judges on ways to improve their interviewing skills.

    Mara Wright placed 1st and Alexa Brain 3rd. The top three individuals in the SW district qualify for State in Manhattan in May. Congratulate these ladies if you see them around!

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    The 2019-2020 ACT Test Dates

    Sublette ACT Test Dates Dec 14, 2019 & Jun 13, 2020

    Register at actstudent.org

    Here's what you'll need to register for the test:

     

    • About 45 minutes
    • A credit card or fee waiver
    • Your high school course list and grades
    • Your interests-our interest survey will match you to academic programs and jobs you might enjoy
    • Up to four colleges and universities to send your score reports for free
    • Your photo to upload

    Why you should check YES

    When registering for the ACT, you can choose to sign up for the ACT Educational Opportunity Service (EOS) and have an opportunity to:

    • Get recruited by more colleges
    • Find more scholarship opportunities
    • Broaden your college search

     

    To learn more about how EOS discloses information about you, in order to provide you with free information from colleges, universities, financial aid/scholarship agencies and organizations that offer educational programs, go to act.org/sayyes

     

    Accommodations & English Learner Supports

    During the registration process, you can indicate a need for accommodations and/or English learner supports.

    For a step-by-step guide on requesting accommodations, go to act.org/accomms

     

    Practice for Free with ACT Academy

    ACT Academytm is a free online learning tool and test practice program designed to help you get the best score possible on the ACT test, and well on your way to college and career success.

    • Personalized resources
    • Accessible anytime/anywhere there is an internet connection
    • Both a full length ACT test option as well as ACT test sections
    • Educational games to drive mastery of content

    Start practicing today at act.org/academy

     

    Get More from Your Score Report

    Most scores are available through your ACT account within two weeks after testing (or five weeks for the writing test) but can take up to eight weeks from the testing date.

    The ACT is the only college entrance test that shows you how your interests fit with the college major you plan to enter.

    Your custom score report will:

     

    • Help you determine your college readiness
    • Help you identify whether your interests match up with your intended major
    • Help you plan and inform your future after high school
    • Identify your academic strengths and weaknesses
    • Help you put yourself in the best position to win a scholarship

     

    For more information, visit actstudent.org

    Register at actstudent.org

    Here's what you'll need to register for the test:

     

    • About 45 minutes
    • A credit card or fee waiver
    • Your high school course list and grades
    • Your interests-our interest survey will match you to academic programs and jobs you might enjoy
    • Up to four colleges and universities to send your score reports for free
    • Your photo to upload

     

    Why you should check YES

    When registering for the ACT, you can choose to sign up for the ACT Educational Opportunity Service (EOS) and have an opportunity to:

    • Get recruited by more colleges
    • Find more scholarship opportunities
    • Broaden your college search

     

    To learn more about how EOS discloses information about you, in order to provide you with free information from colleges, universities, financial aid/scholarship agencies and organizations that offer educational programs, go to act.org/sayyes

     

    Accommodations & English Learner Supports

    During the registration process, you can indicate a need for accommodations and/or English learner supports.

    For a step-by-step guide on requesting accommodations, go to act.org/accomms

     

    Practice for Free with ACT Academy

    ACT Academytm is a free online learning tool and test practice program designed to help you get the best score possible on the ACT test, and well on your way to college and career success.

    • Personalized resources
    • Accessible anytime/anywhere there is an internet connection
    • Both a full-length ACT test option as well as ACT test sections
    • Educational games to drive mastery of content

    Start practicing today at act.org/academy

     

    Get More from Your Score Report

    Most scores are available through your ACT account within two weeks after testing (or five weeks for the writing test) but can take up to eight weeks from the testing date.

    The ACT is the only college entrance test that shows you how your interests fit with the college major you plan to enter.

    Your custom score report will:

     

    • Help you determine your college readiness
    • Help you identify whether your interests match up with your intended major
    • Help you plan and inform your future after high school
    • Identify your academic strengths and weaknesses
    • Help you put yourself in the best position to win a scholarship

     

    For more information, visit actstudent.org

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    2019-2020 Sports & Activity Schedules

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