- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
- Students With Visual Impairments
- Students with Physical Disabilities
- Students with Learning Disabilities
- Students with Psychiatric Disabilities
A recent report from the National Center for Education Statistics states that over 2.5 million college students, around 11%, live with a disability. As part of our effort to support students in their pursuit of a rewarding and successful college experience, we at BestColleges.com have compiled a collection of resources for students with disabilities. The collection includes information for:
Open House for existing students as well as future students to meet and network with Health Information Technology (HIT)/Cancer Information Management (CIM)/Medical Coding instructors, employers, as well as key Southwest Tech staff members. Check out their website for more information: https://www.swtc.edu/calendar-events/hit-cim-open-house
Mike Rowe Works
Deadline: May 15, 2016
UW Richland has Many Summer Opportunities Available for Youth in Kindergarten - High School Graduation.
Check out the Youth Programs at UW Richland that are planned for this spring and summer. There is a wide variety of interest and age range offerings. Information can be found at: https://ce.uwc.edu/richland-center/catalog/category/youth-programs-robotics-college-stem
Donald G. Marshall Memorial Scholarship - Criteria-Instructions 2016-2017 - Due April 13, 2016
Rose Chitwood Education Scholarship - Criteria-Instructions 2016-2017 - Due April 13, 2016
Corey Bobb Memorial Scholarship - Due April 15, 2016
Richland Sports Medicine Scholarship - Due April 15, 2016 to the High School Office
Fred and Hazel Pauls Scholarship - Due April 15, 2016 to the Richland County Clerk at PO Box 310, Richland Center, WI 53581
Wisconsin Vietnam Veterans, Chapter 7 - Due April 15, 2016
Diane Post Award for Human Rights - Due April 15, 2016
The annual WECA Youth Leadership Congress is a dynamic three-day event for youth leaders across Wisconsin to develop their leadership skills while learning about the purpose, operation, and scope of cooperative businesses.
Take the opportunity to...
Who should apply?
AND this application for a Registration Scholarship: Scholarship Application
Check out the information at: http://www.imfirst.org/. This site is full of support and resources for first generation college students.
I am pleased to announce that in cooperation with SWTC, CESA will once again be offering an Information Technology Youth Apprenticeship Program for the 2016 – 17 school year!
CESA 3 is promoting the opportunity for next year’s high school juniors and seniors to take the IT Concepts (10-107-146, 3 SWTC credits) course from SWTC in the Fall of 2016 FOR FREE!
Students in IT Concepts will explore information systems, operating system management, GUI, and command-line interfaces, Hardware components, and use of file systems, files and file attributes and data communications. Topics from office productivity software, Internet applications and basic concepts of network protocols will be explored. Students will manage computer systems using Linux and Windows.
If the student response exceeds 13 students, SWTC will provide the class in a blended format, if the class enrollment is less than 13 (and higher than 3 enrollments as this is their minimum enrollment for online classes) SWTC will be providing the class in an online format.
Happy CTE Month!
Riverdale is a member of the BOOST Consortium which offers students classes from other school districts (Mineral Point, Pecatonica, Highland, Kickapoo). We will also have courses available through Southwest WI Technical College and UW Platteville from time to time. The coursebook for the school district consortium is on my Scheduling page which can be found under the High School heading of this website. Please check out the offerings and let me know if you are interested in taking a course. Most generally, we allow students to take courses that we do not offer here at Riverdale. We may allow a similar course to ours if a student has a scheduling conflict. Please see Mrs. Troxel's Scheduling page for the BOOST courses currently being offered for next year. This is a document that will be updated regularly until all school schedules are set (end of the school year).
Mrs. Troxel is the 7-12 School Counselor. Please check often for updates.