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STUDENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Our Vision and Mission for WCHS Student Services

Vision

To Nurture, motivate, & Collaborate 

 

 

Mission

To provide a nurturing environment that promotes the whole person, to assist students social emotional, academic, and career needs with a goal of each student being better prepared for life.

STUDENT SERVICES STAFF

Our West Carteret Patriot Counselors

 

Ms. Mindi Koczot

mindi.koczot@carteretk12.org

Counselor Students  A– D

ext. 344337

 

Mrs. Melissa Smith 

melissa.smith@carteretk12.org

Counselor Students  E – J, T

ext. 344339 

Mr. Robert Lancaster 

robert.lancaster@carteretk12.org

Counselor Students K-Q

ext. 344343

Mrs. Jaime Turner

jaime.turner@carteretk12.org

Counselor Students  R, S, U-Z 

ext. 344341

 

Support Staff 

 

Mrs. Amy McKay                  Career Development Coordinator         ext. 344305

Mr. Donald Johnson          Registrar                                                          ext. 344335

Ms. McCenzie Lane           School Social Worker                                 Available at alexis.lane@carteretk12.org

Mrs. Julie Perry                   CCC Liaison                                                     Available by Appointment julie.perry@carteretk12.org

Mrs. Melodie Willis            AIG Specialist                                                 Available by Appointment melodie.willis@carteretk12.org

 

      OFFICE HOURS:   7:30 am – 3:20 pm.

 SCHOOL PHONE:  726-1176

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GRADING AND RANKING OF STUDENTS

Beginning this year all high schools in North Carolina will be on a 10 point grading scale.  Under the new scale grades and grade point average calculations will be applied as follows:

Letter Grade Grade Range QPA
A 90-100 4.0
B 80-89 3.0
C 70-79 2.0
D 60-69 1.0
F <59 0.0

The new quality points standard will provide an additional .5 quality point to Honors courses and a 1.0 additional quality point to Advanced Placement/International Baccalaureate courses, community colleges courses, or four year university or college courses taken in high school.

PLEASE NOTE:  New standards for quality points will take effect for the ninth graders in the fall of 2015-16 and all students entering high school after that year. This quality points change will not affect students who will be in grades 10, 11 or 12 in 2015-16.

To view more information about this scale and GPA weighting please click here!

Summer Programs

Summer Ventures in Science and Mathematics- www.summerventures.org

A competitive, cost free, opportunity for current sophomores and juniors that are interested  in pursuing science and mathematics activities outside of the classroom. Entry is by application only, and all applications must be completed online.  Check out their website or see Mrs. Turner for more information. 

 

United States Naval Academy- Summer Programs- www.usna.edu

The United States Naval Academy has a variety of summer programs for current students.

Summer Seminar- for current Juniors, look online for information, application, and cost.

Summer STEM program- for current 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th graders; look online for information, application and cost.

To find out more check out their website and look under the admissions tab and then summer programs.

Grief

Free resources for those dealing with the loss of a loved one:

 

www.achildingrief.com

www.grievingstudents.org

www.schoolcrisiscenter.org