GLREA Brings Scholarships to the Michigan Energy Fair!!
This year graduating high school seniors who are going on to a math or science field may be nominated by STEM teacher to be entered to win a $500 scholarship.
RE: STEM Scholarships for 2014 graduates
Dear Michigan Educator,We want to share our excitement with you and your graduating high school seniors. We are pleased to announce Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association (GLREA), a non-profit 501c3, is offering at least ten $500 scholarships at the Michigan Energy Fair held on June 27 & 28, 2014. The fair will be held at the Ingham County Fairgrounds in Mason, MI.
The scholarships will be awarded by lottery draw selection, not based on need, merit or other affiliation. All graduating high school seniors who will be attending a college or university in the State of Michigan and plan to major in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) field, renewable energy, energy efficiency, environment or other related fields are eligible for nomination. The student will simply need to be nominated by a STEM teacher. Each teacher may nominate one student. Simple!
The scholarships will be drawn by GLREA representatives Saturday, June 28,2014 at the Michigan Energy Fair. Students need to be present to be awarded a scholarship. There will be a maximum of one nomination per teacher and a maximum award of one scholarship per student. Because this is a lottery drawing, nomination does not necessarily mean a student will be awarded a scholarship.
If you would like to be nominated for this scholarship, please contact your science or math teacher.
For more information, click here or visit GLREA.org.
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There is a different exam review for SENIORS here.
You need Knowledge AND Skills.
This is an online test prep, offered directly through ACT. This choice is best for sophomores who have a while to use the program, or students who need intense prep before re-taking the test. Not a great choice for juniors who will be taking the test for the first time in March, because of the monthly fee.
- Michigan eLibrary mel.org
This resource is also free! It has more practice tests for all the subjects, from publisher Peterson's (very reputable). Although sponsored by the US Army, there is no obligation and no one will contact you about the Army. You have to Register and Login in order to use. Find ACT practice. These tests provide an explanation for correct and incorrect responses, which I find very helpful. Also look for the Zero Hour Threat, which is more like a video game than test prep - much more entertaining, but still quizzing you on standardized test material.
- Juniors will take the ACT on Tuesday, March 4th in school.
- Next ACT test date that is open to all students is April 12.
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Tuesday – Room 219 Mrs. Minton – 2:15-2:45 pm
Wednesday – Room 232A Ms. Soloman – 2:15-2:45 pm
Thursday - Room 228 Mr. Siemianowski - 6:45-7:15 am
Friday - Room 223 Mrs. Craun - 6:45 - 7:15 am
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