7th Grade CCR Meetings
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We invite you and your 7th-grade student to meet with our school counselors for a College & Career Readiness (CCR) meeting! Starting in 7th Grade, students and parents in Utah meet individually with a school counselor every other year to implement and refine the student’s 4-year Plan for College and Career Readiness. This plan guides the student’s goals, activities, and class choices over the next few years and introduces them to the many programs and resources available to them through high school.
To keep our meetings brief, we have made a series of videos for you to watch that explain the CCR process and introduce you to a wealth of college and career opportunities. Please watch the videos and make note of any programs or options you would like more information about. Video topics include:
Please select a time and date to schedule a CCR meeting with your student's counselor, assigned by last name. If your student's counselor is not available at the time and date that works best for you, please sign up with the next available counselor. Please note that evening appointments are only available on a few select days. CCR meetings are most impactful when conducted in person, however, we understand that sometimes schedules may not allow for an in-person CCR meeting. If you are unable to attend in person, please complete this Google Form confirming you have received our CCR information and reviewed the materials with your student. We will also include information on the Google Form about how to review your student’s YouScience profile to see how their interests and abilities align with different careers. Your student will then have an individual meeting with their counselor without a parent present and pertinent materials will be sent home with them.
We hope to see you soon!
-Mt. Nebo Middle School Counselors
In Nebo School District, all programs and services are open to all persons regardless of their race, color, national origin, sex, age, and disabilities.