Senior Info

Senior Reminders

Graduates and Families,

This is it, your Senior year! During this exciting time please remember that you need to look after yourself and make sure you have met all of the graduation requirements so that you can be included in the graduation ceremonies. If you have concerns, check in with your counselor or individual teachers NOW. Take the time to stay caught up and on top of everything so that this can be a wonderful and memorable year.

Date

Event/Item

Information

ASAP

Pay for any new costs for this school year and any outstanding fines from past years.

ASB Cards

Class/Athletic fees

Testing

You cannot participate in many of the great activities at MHS like attending the Homecoming dance, or participating in your graduation ceremony if you have any unpaid fines or textbooks/library books not turned in. You MAY, however, buy tickets for the Parent Group Senior Party, even if your school fines are not paid.

-The cost is $50.00. Help support the ASB and get reduced entrance rates to activities and events.

-Any athletic fees or club fees

-Check with the counseling office for SAT and other testing information.

 

Yearbook

Nov 5-16 - $55 w/ASB, $60 w/o ASB

 

Parent Group Senior Party

Contact:

Rita Zimmerman

email: robritaz@comcast.net

Senior Parent Group will be on campus both lunches to sell Senior All Night Party Tickets.  Watch/listen to daily bulletin for dates and price.

Email Rita with questions, to volunteer, or to be added to the email list.

October 3 Senior Class MANDATORY Meeting Study Period in the PAC to discuss important dates, Caps & Gowns, Graduation, Senior Dinner, and expectations of Seniors this year. *National Achiever will be there!

October 15 & 16

National Achiever

On campus both lunches to help with order information and accept orders in person.

Oct 22 - Oct 26 Conference Week

Early Release: all week for students 

Conferences: Mon 22nd and Wed 24th 12:00-3:00pm and 5:00-7:30pm

November 9

(2nd Friday in November)

Senior Photo Deadline

Pictures are due by the second Friday in November or they will NOT be accepted.             

Submit senior photos through this link:  https://tinyurl.com/yafqutp4     

Email questions to: hudsons@monroe.wednet.edu

Nov 30

Yearbook Senior Ads

Available for purchase until deadline (May 26th, 2019), or when space is sold out. Use this link to order: 

https://tinyurl.com/ycr4n3jj

Requirements for submissions listed below.

Email Slideshow pictures to: BlaineK@monroe.wednet.edu

Dec 15 National Achiever Cap & Gown low rate deadline

Minimum deposit required:  $60.00 on large orders. Orders can be place online at www.nationalachiever.com or when they are on campus during both lunches.

Late April/Early May National Achiever products distributed

Where: In front of Cafeteria

When: All lunches, dates TBD

May 18 Senior Prom

Where: To be announced in Spring

Cost: TBD, typically around $50 per person w/ ASB, $60 per person w/o ASB - you may want to consider or include a limo or transportation, dress/tux, dinner, corsage/boutonniere, etc.

Late May/Early June

Senior Dinner Ticket sales

Cost: TBD, typically around$10.00

This is a semi-formal catered event, with entertainment and will coincide with the Senior Sunset activities. *Details TBD

May 26 Senior Memories Slide Show Photo Deadline Requirements for submissions listed below. Email Slideshow pictures to: blainek@monroe.wednet.edu

May 30

Senior Awards Night

-All Seniors and their families are invited to attend.

-Senior awards and local scholarship presentations.

-Please contact the career center if you have received awards or scholarships so you can be recognized.

Week of June 3th

Senior Finals

Exact dates TBD in the Spring. Study hard!

June 6

Senior Dinner & Senior Sunset

Cost: TBD, typically around $10.00

In the MHS Commons, this is a semi-formal catered event, with entertainment and will coincide with the Senior Sunset activities. *Details TBD

June 7 Senior Memories Assembly

MHS GYM at 7:00am  Attire: Semi-formal 

Seniors will be dismissed to a small continental breakfast offering in the PAC/Commons. *Details TBD

 

Senior Checkout 
 

*All financial obligations must be cleared, or you cannot participate in the graduation ceremonies or receive diploma. 

All fines paid. All textbooks/books/equipment returned.

June 7

Senior Walk

Buses – load at 9:20 am for the Elementary schools.

Return at approx. 11:00 am, based on the school distance.

Permission slips available in early May.

June 8

Graduation

MANDATORY Graduation practice in the morning at MHS. If you do not attend, you will not be able to participate in the ceremony.

*details to follow in the Spring

@ Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett

 

Senior Photo Deadline for the Yearbook: Nov 9th, 2018
SUBMIT SENIOR PHOTOS through this link:

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Senior Memories Slideshow Photo Requirements Deadline: May 26th, 2019

MAXIMUM 3-5 images per person will be used so no one dominates the slide show.

Identify who is in the picture:

Include names of all individuals in each picture by either including the names in the file name, or including a list in the email or an attached word document that identifies everyone in each picture you’re submitting. This is really important for large group shots and those awesome baby pictures because we don't know everyone, and we can't always tell who you are in your adorable bumble bee or teenage mutant ninja turtle costume.

We will NOT accept original photos. Scan them, get them scanned and send them in. Burned CDRom's that will nto be returned to you are acceptable (be sure to include the file listing who's in each picture). Thumb drives will not be accepted.

Email Slideshow pictures to: BlaineK@monroe.wednet.edu

Yearbook Senior Photo

Monroe High School Yearbook Senior Photos

Due November 9, 2018

Every senior is invited to submit a photo for the senior section of the book. The yearbook staff will use the school ID photo for any seniors that don't submit. Find guidelines, more details, and upload your photos at this link:

https://tinyurl.com/yafqutp4

YEARBOOK SENIOR ADS

Due November 30, 2018

Farewell ads are available for purchase until due date or when space is sold out. Ads are published in the back of each year's book. Design choices, prices, and ordering information can be found at this link --

https://tinyurl.com/ycr4n3jj

Senior Timeline

Senior year is exciting but can be a stressful time. Organization can be helpful in relieving the stress. Utilizing the Career Center for scholarship information, financial aid information, SAT and ACT information is important as well.

Here is a timeline that might be helpful

July-August

  • Submit request to counselor for the Common Application and Coalition Application
  • Narrow down your college list making sure the colleges have your major. Plan on applying to at least five colleges.
  • Monitor social media accounts. 40% of College Admissions advisors look at social media accounts when deciding student admissions in 2017!

September-October

  • Gather at least 2 letters of recommendation at least 2 weeks before you need them
  • Apply for FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Opens October 1st of senior year (FAFSA.Ed.gov)
  • Visit collegeboard.org and create an account if you haven't already. You sign up for SAT and ACT testing through this website. Have your test scores sent to colleges through this website as well
  • Start or continue your scholarship search. Visit the Career Center for scholarship opportunities and help

November-December

  • Sign up SAT/ACT if you haven't already done so
  • Submit all application material by deadlines (University of Washington is November 15th)
  • Continue search for scholarships
  • Sign up in the Career Center for upcoming college visits at MHS and Field Trips

January-March

  • Remember that grades count - even second semester!
  • Sign up for SAT/ACT tests if you haven't already. You can take them as often as you like
  • Continue search for scholarships

April-May

  • Start the application process for Community Colleges and Trade schools
  • Schedule visits to your prospective colleges
  • Make a decision on a college and send in Enrollment Confirmation

June

  • Graduation ceremony - 2:30 pm on June 8th at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett. 

GRADUATE!

 

 

 

Letter of Recommendation

  • Do you need a letter of recommendation written for a college or scholarship application or for a private school you are applying to?
  • Remember - Always give a minimum of 10 to 15 school days notice for anyone you are asking to write a letter of recommendation
  • Don't forget to write a thank-you note to anyone who writes a letter for you


The Letter of Recommendation form is found on the Forms tab under Counseling or in the Counseling Office.