Author: Stephanie D. Britt

STATE ACT RESULTS 2019

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Good morning Junior Mustangs and parents!

There has been lots of talk, questions, and ultimately anticipation surrounding the results from the state ACT that the Junior class took this past March.  ACT does not send the school paper copies, instead they mail the paper results to the student’s addresses, so please be sure to check your mailboxes.

Thank you,

Stephanie D. Britt

Junior Counselor

IGP INSTRUCTIONS

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IF YOU DO HAVE AN IGP:

  • Search your Google Drive for IGP
  • Click the down arrow next to “Open With”
  • If you DO NOT have open with “KAMI”, then click “Connect More Apps”
  • Search for “Kami”
  • Click “connect” on the first Kami (annotate PDF)
  • Go back to PDF and Open With Kami
  • Go through the prompts and edit your IGP
  • Click save “WITH ANNOTATIONS
  • ONLY PRINT THE FIRST PAGE
  • SIGN Under 11th and 12th!!!

 

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN IGP:

  • Go to LouisianaBelieves.com or click this link
  • Search IGP
  • Click on Individual Student Planning
  • Click Fillable Form
  • Save PDF to your google drive
  • Go to  “Recents” on your google drive and click the down arrow next to “Open With”
  • Click “Connect More Apps”
  • Search for “Kami”
  • Click “connect” on the first Kami (annotate PDF)
  • Go back to PDF and Open with Kami
  • Go through the prompts and edit your IGP
  • You will have to use text boxes to edit the PDF
  • Click save “WITH ANNOTATIONS
  • ONLY PRINT THE FIRST PAGE
  • SIGN Under 11th and 12th!!!

Mark your calendar! After-school ACT prep course available at CMHS

Mark your calendar!

Magnet is offering an after-school ACT prep course February 6 – March 6. It includes a strategies class February 6, subject-specific courses Monday – Thursday February 11 – 28, a full-length practice test Saturday, March 2, and a test analysis class March 6. Cost is $30. More information about registration will follow next week.

LSUS’ 12th++ Byte–Get your $10 tickets!

Mardi Gras will soon be here with all the festive and fun activities. The traditional start of Mardi Gras is signaled by the end of Christmas and the Yule season on 12th Night of January 6th. What can be more fun than the first king cake on this joyous day. The Computer Science Department and the new Cyber Collaboratory at LSUS will be starting a new tradition in keeping with these hallowed activities. We will have a 12th Byte++ on January 12th. This event will follow on the traditional 12th Night and provide a festive Mardi Gras style tableaux bal masque. This will be done in a family friendly fashion so that people of all ages will be able to participate and share in the occasion.

The term 12th Byte++ refers to cyber and technology aspects and points to the purpose of raising funds and awareness for innovation and creative activities at LSUS. But we want to focus on the regular fun activities of a Mardi Gras event and perhaps even include some tech related aspects.

We will have food and music as any good Mardi Gras event should. We will also stage our tableaux which will act out various scenes in keeping with the theme of the evening – “12”. I am sure you can guess what might be some of the acts to bring this theme to life. But don’t guess, come join us and perhaps even become a part of the tableaux as these varied acts are performed. The tableaux will end with the selection of our royal court and the Grand March. An enjoyable family evening is planned and we hope this will become a new tradition for the entire community. We encourage guests to come in any appropriate attire for a Mardi Gras event – formal attire, Mardi Gras parade watcher or costume.

*See Mrs. Britt by Thursday, January 10th to put your name down to receive the $10 discounted tickets. 

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