Get help reducing stress: If you missed any of our Thursday-lunchtime Zenloe sessions this month, never fear. Click on the links above to sessions on gratitude, stress management, and time management and study skills. And join us in December for additional sessions.
CDM for '20-'21: Learn more about this process here.
Wellness and self-care: Wake County Public Schools is promoting a series of services for students and families. Click on the images above to learn more about the first two programs.
It starts with your goal: Having a successful school year begins with you knowing what you want to do and how you plan to do it. If you want some ideas about how to create that goal for yourself, click this link for a presentation counselors are giving to 9th-grade students. (The tips and tools included can apply to students at any grade level.)
A welcome resource for students: Congratulations to Ishan Shah and the Enloe Key Club for their work with tutoring students in remote learning, as shown in this WRAL report. For students seeking help, click here for a link.
Peer suggestions: Students in homeroom recently brainstormed strategies that have helped them through remote learning. Click here for their recommendations in English and Spanish.
PSAT Update: Because of the continued need to focus on the health of students and staff, the Jan. 26 administration of the PSAT/NMSQT will be limited to current 11th-graders, according to the WCPSS Testing Office. Current 10th-graders will be able to take the PSAT/NMSQT in 2021-22. The district will cover the registration fee for 11th-graders in the Top 10 percent of the district (at or above a weighted GPA of 4.3438). Other juniors can participate but will have to pay the $17 testing fee. Students need to register here by Dec. 2.
The latest on CTE: Find out all about Enloe's Career and Technical Education offerings here.
Juniors, this is for you! The application for the Coolidge scholarship has opened for juniors. Application deadline is Jan. 20, 2021. Learn more here.
Learning about colleges: While there won't be any in-person visits from colleges or universities to Enloe this fall, Student Services will regularly update links for students to virtually visit admissions representatives and college fairs. You can learn more at our College Information page.
College and Career Promise:
Any students in 9th-12th grade interested in learning more about Wake Tech's CCP program but missed Tuesday's presentation can find the link to the presentation here. (Continuing CCP students need to schedule an appointment with Mrs. Miller at calendly.com/pmiller5.) Please email Mrs. Miller (email@example.com) with any questions.
Keep yourself and others safe: Ms. Liebl, our school nurse reminds you to get a flu shot. Wake County Human Services is making flu vaccines available; click on the fliers above to learn more in English and Spanish.
Senior rank has been run: Seniors may now send transcripts through CFNC for North Carolina schools not on the Common Application. Please read our Ask 4 Questions sheet to be aware of the process for transcript requests and submission.
If you missed the college panel live: Never fear! Click above to access the presentation, and a copy of the panel slides -- complete with links to 10 universities' videos -- can be found here.
Financial aid update: Our financial aid adviser, Ms. Cohen, is offering this presentation above to help students and parents concerned about FAFSA completion during the schools' closure. (You must log in using a WakeID account.) She also is offering this resource for students and parents.
Short but vital videos: Our friends at the College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) have posted six short YouTube videos for parents and students on areas of concern regarding financial aid and the FAFSA. Learn more on our Scholarships and Financial Aid page.
Warning of a scam: The WCPSS school system wants parents and students to be aware of a college admissions assistance program targeting area students. At least three area students have received a letter directing them to a website where they can sign up for a college admissions presentation. A counselor who researched the program found that families were being persuaded to sign up for a paid program and provide their financial information to get assistance. There are 71 open complaints about this company with the Better Business Bureau. Please remember: Financial aid information is FREE, and families should not pay for any type of program that “sells” financial aid advice or guidance. (Go to our Scholarships and Financial Aid page for legitimate resources.)
Vaccine requirement for seniors: This year's seniors have to have received a meningococcal vaccine to enter 12th grade. (The deadline has been extended, but families are still encouraged to get this completed ASAP.) To learn more, click on the above photos to find PDFs in English and Spanish.
Virtual College Fair: Click on the above link for this presentation, thanks to the county Career Development Coordinators who developed this resource for all students to use. Tons of great information, well worth your time.
The building blocks of success: When we talk about study skills and time management, it's important to know just what habits can prove helpful. The folks at GetSchooled offer these info graphics on how to take notes, how to use an agenda and how to study more effectively.
Calculating GPA: This tool will help you calculate your GPA and help you determine whether you should be including grades from the 2019-20 school year.
Spring grade updates: They have been completed. If you still have a concern or question about a grade you see in PowerSchool, contact your counselor. Thanks.
FYI: Student and Parent Guides to Technology: The resources on this site show students how to log in to Wake IDs and student email, how to set up and use Chromebooks and Internet hotspots, how to connect to WiFi, how to use learning systems such as Google Classroom and Canvas, and much more. We will continue to add resources and updates as they become available.
How to access your email: Students have told us they're struggling to access their student WCPSS accounts. This video will show you how it's done.
We commit: Enloe Student Services supports the WCPSS Commitment to Racial Equity: "We cannot be silent in the face of racism in our community or beyond. Our Core Beliefs compel us to see, to understand and to interrupt racism in all its forms."
Click on the header above for links to upcoming events and deadlines for programs from community and nonprofit organizations. This page is updated regularly throughout the year.
Why speak with a counselor? We’re here for you. Whatever concern you have, you can come to your counselor and find a place where you can share your concern and get help to address it.
During virtual learning, counselors will be available to meet with students during the school's official office hours. You can make appointments here:
You can also reach us through these email -- we strive to respond within 48 hours:
A-De: Ms. Greene
Di-Jh: Mr. Small
Ji-Muk: Ms. Russell
Mul-Shem: Ms. Bell
Shen-Z: Ms. Kearney
Feel free to contact us throughout the school year. Student Services is not just our name — it’s our mission!
Remote learning schedule: This schedule begins Monday, Aug. 31, and continues for the duration of remote learning.
Making the possible a reality: Learn more here about the work that school psychologists such as Ms. Nyko, Enloe's school psychologist, do to help all students thrive.
If you missed it: Sophomores and juniors unable to watch the livestream of the 2020 orientation can access it here.
For freshmen who missed orientation: Click on the image above to get the information. And be sure to get the freshman meeting form by logging in to the 9th-grade Google Classroom (class code tbo7b4x).
For seniors who missed orientation: Click on the image above to get the information (the file is large, so you will have to download the presentation). And here are a few resources to prepare: FAQ, Ask 4 Questions sheet and Counselor Recommendation request form.
Tips for email: When you're emailing a teacher (or counselor, or any adult), you're using a more formal communication than a text, so it's important to keep these elements of more formal writing in mind. Thanks!
Pick-up/drop-off policy: Here's the school policy for picking up and dropping off items from the 2019-20 school year.
Get involved! Click here for a link to school clubs and organizations.
Click the link above for more information on the Community Counseling, Education and Research Center, an initiative of N.C. State University's counselor education program.
Bullying prevention: Watch this Enloe student-created video.
Signs of Suicide: Find a link to parent material in English and Spanish (as well as a link to a student newsletter in English) here.
Learn more about careers: Not sure about what you might want to do in the work world? To find out more about what might be the right fit for you, click on this link or review this PDF.
Begin with the end in mind: That habit, from Stephen Covey's "7 Habits of Highly Effective People," is a good idea to remember when thinking about life after high school. These two graphics will help you sort through all of the options available.
ACT dates and tips: Here's a link to this year's dates, as well as tips for resources and follow-up. (For SAT dates, look here.)
Make tests work for you! Did you know that you can link accounts to College Board and Khan Academy to get specific instruction tailored to your results from the PSAT or from a test on the College Board site? Learn more here.
Test dates: Below are dates nationally. When Enloe test dates become available, we will share them via this site and our social media:
ACT update: The ACT has reported that it errantly notified students scores from its Oct. 24 test date were available and ready to be viewed. Scores from October test dates will start to be released Nov. 10. Most students will receive scores within the first couple weeks of the score release window, but scores may take up to eight weeks to post. Students will receive an email notification when their scores become available in MyACT.