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FOOD BANK VOLUNTEER DAY - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21

Need Community Service? BPA and FEA will volunteer at the Food Bank on Thursday, November 21st from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. To sign up, click here the link below to sign up with the Food Bank. If you need help signing up, see Mrs. Leach in 180-1. 

You can bring family, friends and siblings ages 12 and above.

For questions, contact Mrs. Leach at leachca@tulsaschools.org

 

AP REGISTRATION - DEADLINE NOVEMBER 7

AP REGISTRATION

Advanced Placement payment window opens October 3rd until November 7th

All fees must be paid by December 3rd

Any student that changes their mind after November 15th will be subject to the Collegeboard’s late fee of $40 regardless of free/reduced lunch status. 

Any unpaid balances after December 3rd will result in a hold on the student powerschool account.

ALL student must commit to taking EACH AP exam through the MY AP Collegeboard account prior to accessing the payment site, Total Registration.

Student resources can be found in the student’s account on Total Registration.

 

 Please be advised the Total Registration and the student’s MY AP Collegeboard account are NOT the same.

 

 If you have any questions/concerns etc., please contact Rachael McAnany at mcanara@tulsaschools.org

 

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Student Assistance Schedule (Tutoring)

Click the link below for tutoring. Get a pass or sticker from the teacher to be able to seek tutoring before school

Fall 2019 Student Assistance Schedule

LINK CREW NEWS STORY

Club Request Form

CLUBS - DESCRIPTIONS AND INFORMATION

Click here for a list of HS clubs, the descriptions and more information.

Bell Schedule Activity Days

Club Meetings Activity Days

Yearbook and Yearbook Photo Information

Yearbooks on sale $55 now through September 27, 2019

Grades 9-11 retakes are scheduled for thursday,  november 14,
3rd through 5th hours in the library.

Shannon Surratt Photos
Pre-Order

 

 

ACT/SAT PREP

Free SAT/ACT Prep

ACT Prep Course at OU Dates

ACT Prep Course at OU Registration Form
Note:  Edison is not promoting this resource, but is providing information for families.

 

MVP MATH MODULES

SCHOLARSHIPS, COLLEGE AP WORKSHOPS, ETC.

Senior Photos & Senior Salute Ads

College Visits

September

16th @ 3:00 - UNT (university of North Texas)

19th @12:45 U of Arkansas

20th @ 10:30 TU

23rd @ 9:30 OSU

October

7th @ 9:30 UofA -Fort Smith

10th @ 1:30 OSU

11th @1:30 OU

November

5th @ 2:30 Rogers State

21st @ 9:30 OU

PSAT REGISTRATION & INFORMATION FOR FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORES & JUNIORS

PSAT Registration

STUDENTS USE YOUR GMAIL ACCOUNTS.  THE SYSTEM DOESN’T  RECOGNIZE YOUR  K 12 ACCOUNT

It's time for the PSAT NMSQT registration.  All sophomores will take the exam on October 30th.  The cost is FREE and mandatory as this serves as a state assessment.  The PSAT NMSQT is the national merit qualifying examination for JUNIORS.  All juniors took this exam October 2018 and have their original exam, answer sheet, and access to preparatory materials.  The cost for any JUNIOR is $18.  Freshman may take the exam for the same fee.  However, all freshman will be taking the PSAT 8/9 during the spring 2020 testing session.

ALL students that are taking this exam (including sophomores) are required to register here:  www.TotalRegistration.net/PSAT/373638 .  This site will also provide each student with relevant documents for preparation.  In addition, this site will provide students with reminders to the cell phone number and email address provided for both parents and students.

PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide
PSAT Math Presentation
PSAT English Presentation
Link College Board Account to Kahn Academy
Scholarship Opportunities
Practice Exams & Tips

CPR & Financial Literacy Incomplete Class of 2020

PFL and CPR Incomplete as of October 24:

Class of 2020 check to see if you are on track to graduate.  Both PFL and CPR are state REQUIRED for graduation.  PFL can be done on your smart phone at any place and any time.  CPR, if you have a card simply bring a copy to the collegiate center.  If you need to sign up for a FREE session then register through the Edison webpage under CPR.

https://supersaturday.wufoo.com/forms/mur8a2v1ps55u2/

 

 

CALENDAR

Class of 2020

Class of 2021

Class of 2022

Edison Course Listing Grade 10
Edison Course Request Form Grade 10
Prerequisite Reference 
CPR Requirement
Personal Financial Literacy
AP Contract
Oklahoma's Promise
2022 College Prep Graduation Checklist

Edison Course of Study 2019-20

PowerSchool Assistance

Leadership II

Leadership Sign Up

A high school student's counselor is assigned by the last name.  
Students last name A-G
Rachel Adams
adamsra@tulsaschools.org

Students last name H-N
Janet Stalcup
stalcja@tulsaschools.org

Students last name O-Z
Mary Whelan
whelama@tulsaschools.org

Administrative Assistant
Jill Vise
viseji@tulsaschools.org
918-746-8535

Rachael McAnany
Assistant Principal
mcanara@tulsaschools.org

Class of 2023

Edison Course Request Form - Grade 9

Edison Course Listing Grade 9

Edison Course of Study 2019-20

The Engineering Program Thru Tulsa Technology Center

Upcoming Tryouts/Athletic Meetings

Oklahoma's Promise

College Preparatory Requirements

PowerSchool Assistance

CPR Requirement

AP Contract

Leadership I

A high school student's counselor is assigned by the last name.  
Students last name A-G

Rachel Adams
adamsra@tulsaschools.org

Students last name H-N
Janet Stalcup
stalcja@tulsaschools.org

Students last name O-Z
Mary Whelan
whelama@tulsaschools.org

Administrative Assistant
Jill Vise
viseji@tulsaschools.org
918-746-8535

Rachael McAnany
Assistant Principal
mcanara@tulsaschools.org

NHS TUTORING

Helpful Links

ACT - A standardized test used for admittance to colleges in the United States
COLLEGEdata - An online college advisor
FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid for students going to college
FSA ID - Username and password you use on federal student aid websites such as fafsa.gov and StudentLoans.gov
Online Colleges - Earn your college degree from an online accredited university
RaiseMe - High schoolers can start earning college scholarships as early as 9th grade for good grades, sports, extracurriculars and other achievements
SAT - Standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States
The Common Application - used to apply to any of more than 700 member colleges and universities in the United States

COMMUNITY SERVICE FORM

TCC Bus Schedule

HS Uniform Policy 2019-2020

Career Advance Training

EDISON BUILDING USE FORM