Summer's begun but 2 schools are still open PASADENA

NEIGHBORS

June 25, 1993|By PEG ADAMARCZYK

The two Pasadena high schools have set summer office hours.

Chesapeake High School is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fridays.

Northeast High School is open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

During the summer, the guidance staff is available by appointment to address student scheduling concerns and for career counseling, help with SAT/PSAT testing, study skills assistance and work on the VISIONS program.

VISIONS is a computer career and occupational program that helps students and parents make choices about colleges, jobs, the military, vocational training and apprenticeships.

Registration for secondary summer school for Chesapeake and Northeast students will take place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 6 and 7 at Severna Park High School. Students and parents must '' meet with a counselor before the registration dates and obtain an approved summer school registration form. Tuition for county residents is $125 per course. Payment is required at registration. The summer school program will operate daily, July 9 through Aug. 12.

New and transfer students should call, as soon as possible, to schedule an appointment with a counselor to discuss course selection, scheduling, and the required records and transfer forms.

The telephone numbers are: Chesapeake, 255-9600; Northeast, 437-6400.

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Nine students at Jacobsville Elementary have been selected by their teachers to attend leadership workshops, taught this summer by school counselor Carolyn Keenen.

The students are Bradley Horne, Catherine Lavender, Ricardo Moscoso, Tanya Roth, Shakia Strong, Michael Thompson, Adrian Titus, Ariana Weisenreder and Natalie Welling.

After their summer training, these fifth-graders will put their new skills to work in September, serving as school guides, welcoming new students, reading morning announcements, putting up and taking down bulletin boards, making posters, helping make achievement awards for younger students, and serving as role models for their peers.

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Local author Richard Stack and his canine companion, Josh the Wonder Dog, will visit the Riviera Beach Library at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Wednesday as a part of the library's Summer Reading Program.

The program is free and open to preschoolers and first- through sixth-graders. Registration is not required for the hour-long show. Seating is limited and will be available on a first-come basis.

Stack's books will be available for purchase and autographing following each program.

For more information, call 222-6285.

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