Emmett High School's GEAR UP Program compiled a list of college preparation checklists we had on-hand at the school and created a single Post-Secondary Checklist series for our students.These checklists can be accessed below and the high school version may be previewed below.
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The Idaho State Department of Education has issued 10 College & Career Competencies for students to master during high school for their College & Career Readiness.
10 College & Career Competencies:
- Knowledge of Core Subjects
- Critical Thinking & creative Problem Solving
- Oral & Written Communication
- Teamwork & Collaboration
- Digital Literacy
- Professionalism & Work Ethic
- Career Exploration & Development
- Citizenship & Civic Responsibility
- Financial Literacy
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MEET OUR TEAM!
Maria Gonzalez is our College and Career Mentor/Advanced Opportunities Coordinator at EHS. She is an EHS alumni and attended college online after high school. She has worked for the school district for about 4 years. "Mentoring provides an opportunity to help others see their potential and see how they grow over time. I never had a mentor, so I am excited to learn and help provide opportunities for our students. I will do my best to support, encourage and guide a new generation to accomplish their goals. " - Maria
The GEAR UP Grant Coordinator for Emmett High School is Kaloni Hall. EHS Alumni Class of 2011. Kaloni meets with students and parents in the program for individual post-secondary planning as well as directs the College & Career team at EHS, helping us to reach our state-issued requirements.
Christina Saldana is the Head Secretary at EHS.
Our Librarian is Heather Hardman.
Patti O'Malley is Vice Principal of PR2TA.
Molly Yates teaches Social Studies at EHS.
Anne Parks teaches English at EHS.
Christen Rowles teaches Math at EHS.
Chuck Alexander teaches Science at EHS.