Schedules will be available after 6:00 pm on August 2.
SCHEDULE CHANGING GUIDELINES
***Schedule Changes will begin August 5th and schedules will be available the day before***Students may request a change to their schedule to one of the listed alternate course(s) if they meet the following criteria:*have failed a class*have not had a prerequisite class* need a class to meet graduation requirements*have completed a class in summer school.See the counseling department to request a change to your schedule on the dates listed below.We will honor ONE REQUEST PER STUDENT, multiple requests will not be honored. Students will have until 2:00 pm August 8th to make schedule changes. If you cannot come in person to make the request, students will be able to do so as well electronically during their designated time. Schedule changes will not be permitted after the semester begins, August 13th.Requests to change teachers, class periods, or semesters will not be honored.
Seniors: August 5th - 12:30- 2:30pmJuniors: August 6th- 12:30 - 2:30pmFresh/Soph: August 7th- 9:30 - 11:30amALL Students: August 7th- 12:30 - 2:00pmALL Students: August 8th - 12:30 - 2:00pm******LAST DAY for schedule changes
Important Naviance Information:Naviance, the electronic transcript submission tool used between high schools and colleges is closed between 7/1-8/8 as they transition to the new school year. The colleges will consider "date applied" as the date by which a student's application has been submitted. There is no negative consequence for transcripts arriving later, as they know that the system is not available and that most schools are not yet in session to process requests. A transcript may be sent before or after you submit the application, but should be sent along with all required documents (school report forms, letters of recommendation, etc.) and received prior to the deadline established by the college.ACT (2018-19 School Year)This school year, freshmen in Parkway high schools took a released version of the ACT. The purpose of taking the ACT as a freshman is to get to see the kinds of topics that will be on the official test, understand the format of ACT questions, and experience completing each section with ACT’s timing guidelines.
Freshmen were provided with feedback about their pacing on the test as well as the area within each subject where they answered the most questions correct. The released version of the ACT is not leveled for freshmen, and therefore students were not provided numeric scores (since those scores would not be valid predictors of how students will perform on the official ACT).
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