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    Counselor Assignments

    Grade Leve Principal:

    Jason Traczykiewicz

    Students are assigned to counselors alphabetically. Below is a list of counselor assignments for current 12th graders: 

    A-Co       

     Joe DeMaio

    Cr- Go    

     Stephen Hrabyk

    Gr-K     

     Abby Rogers

    L-Mi     

     Deb Maccarella

    Mo-Ra   

     Lori Katz

    Re-U    

     Teresa Callanan

    V-Z       

     Cristina Rabayda

     

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    Senior Year Timeline

    To assist you in accomplishing the tasks in the timeline below, please visit the College Application Process Page of the counseling website, linked HERE, for college application resources!

    All Year
    • Visit the 12th grade page of the Council Rock High School North Counseling website. There you will find valuable information on the college process.
    • Continually check into your Naviance Student account. Here you can request transcripts and letters of recommendation; access scholarship information; find great links to career websites and much more!
    • Visit college campuses every chance you get!

    September/October
    • Counselors will begin seeing students for college planning conferences September 15th. Appointments can be made for that date beginning September 8th. No transcript requests will be accepted before September 15th.
    • Know application deadlines for the schools and scholarships you wish to apply to. They may vary and it is essential to meet all deadlines!
    • If you have not completed the required tests or if you would like to try to improve your scores, register for the upcoming SAT’s, ACT’s and SAT II’s. All scores must go directly from the testing organization to the colleges.
    • If the colleges require teacher recommendations, ask all appropriate people to write on your behalf.
    • Check the list of scholarship opportunities in Naviance Student and begin researching other sources of aid (e.g. institution aid,
    www.fastweb.com, www.finaid.org). Be aware of deadlines!
    • Penn State University applications should be submitted prior to November 1 for Early Action. And November 30th for priority filing.
    • Financial Aid Night will be hosted by CR South virtually TBD. Details to follow.
    • Start your Financial Aid process. Both you and your parents need to obtain a PIN at www.pin.ed.gov so you can fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Check to see if the colleges to which you are applying require any other financial aid forms, such as the CSS Profile.

    November
    • Keep working on your applications. Thanksgiving is suggested as a good deadline for first choice applications.
    • Check your college portals regularly to make sure all of your application materials have been received.

    December
    • Know your deadlines and keep working on applications. Transcript requests should be submitted by December 15th for 2020 postmark/date stamp.

    January
    • Keep working in your classes! Grades and courses continue to count throughout your senior year.
    • Request that the counseling office send mid-year reports if your colleges require them.

    February/March
    • Complete applications for local scholarships, and submit to the counseling office by the designated deadline. Stay focused and keep studying—only a couple more months to go!
    • Complete application for Financial Aid.

    April
    • Review your college acceptances and financial aid awards. If you are positive you will not enroll at one or more of the colleges that accepted you please notify those colleges that you have selected another college. If you know which college you will attend, send your tuition deposit and follow all other instructions.

    May
    • Take Advanced Placement exams, if appropriate and request that your AP scores be sent to the college you will be attending.
    • Complete your mandatory Graduation Survey through Naviance Student! This lets the counseling office know where to send your final official transcript and informs our office of any scholarships or grants you will be receiving and assures their inclusion in the graduation program.

    June
    • Know when the payment for tuition, room and board, meal plans, etc., is due. If necessary, ask the financial aid office about a possible payment plan that will allow you to pay in installments.
    • Congratulations! You have completed a difficult task, now it’s time to look forward to graduation!