Preparing for a Successful Senior Year
Congratulations! Despite all obstacles your students have encountered, including a global pandemic, your young people have made it to their senior year. No matter which classes they may be taking or their current goals after graduation we have compiled a package of articles, videos, and downloadable resources to help your students return to school ready to succeed. Check these resources out, pass them along to students, post them in your virtual classroom, or link them on your school website! Copy-and-paste emails will be sent weekly to be forwarded to your students or can be found in this package to be sent at your own pace.
Texas Content Downloads for the Preparing for a Successful Senior Year Bundle
Resources available for free download. Send them to students, print them for your classroom, or incorporate them into a lesson plan or counseling session!
Content and Videos
When & How to Ask For Help
It's okay to ask for help - especially when you're struggling. Here are our tips for asking for the help you need.
Dos and Don’ts of Going to Office Hours
Going to office hours can be a great way to get help, make sure you're on track, and to demonstrate your commitment to the class.
Taking Challenging Classes in High School Matters
Colleges like to see that you've challenged yourself. AP, IB, and dual-enrollment classes can also earn you college credit.
How to Set Up Your Study Space at Home
Creating a space at home where you can study and work will help you focus. Here are tips to set up your study space.
3 Tips for Successful Distance Learning
We know the transition may not be easy. Here are our tips to be successful at distance learning.
How to Pick High School Classes
It’s complicated to figure out which classes to take in high school. Here's how to pick the right classes in high school.
How to Practice Self-Care When You Return to School
The time you spend on and with yourself is essential to your well-being! Here's how to practice self-care after a school break.