• College Application & FAFSA Assistance at RCCC

    Posted by Felicia Fluid on 10/5/2020

    Don’t miss College Application Week at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. During this three-day virtual event, high school and new students will receive support in completing their Rowan-Cabarrus application and Federal Application for Student Aid (FAFSA). Registration Information

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  • UNCG Virtual Visit with JMR

    Posted by Felicia Fluid on 9/29/2020

    When: Oct 8, 2020 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 975 0255 7294
    One tap mobile
    Find your local number: https://uncg.zoom.us/u/acJLYwNjBU

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  • Governor's School Application Process Teams Meeting Oct. 1 at 3pm

    Posted by Felicia Fluid on 9/29/2020

    Jay M Robinson students Interested in Applying to Governor’s School


    All JMR students who are interested in applying to Governor’s School for the 20/21 school year must attend the Microsoft Teams meeting on this coming Thursday, October 1st at 3:00pm.  The link to join the meeting is below.  If you are still unsure about applying this will be another opportunity to hear about the changing aspects of Governor’s School for this year, such as no achievement test scores are needed to apply this year!


    If you  missed the meeting, here is the PowerPoint from the meeting for your reference:

    Application Process

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  • Escuelas Del Condado De Cabarrus Noche De Ayuda Financiera Virtual De CFNC

    Posted by Felicia Fluid on 9/24/2020

    Donde: Evento virtual presentado por la represente de CFNC JuanEs Ramirez

    When: Jueves 22 de Octubre 6:30pm - 7:45pm

    Un tiempo para aprendar sobre la FAFSA y el proceso de
    solicitud de ayuda financiera.
    Se anima a los padres y estudiantes de los grados 11 y 12 a atender,
    Esta es una gran oportunidad para aprender más sobre el
    proceso de planificación financiera universitaria!


    Participar en la reunión de zoom virtual:

    Participar por web: http://bit.ly/FinAidCabCoEspanol
    Participar por teléfono:1 646 558 8656 o busque su
    número de teléfono local https://bit.ly/CFNClocal
    Meeting ID: 966 9836 1307 Passcode

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  • Cabarrus County Virtual Financial Aid Night 10/14 English Session

    Posted by Felicia Fluid on 9/24/2020

    When: Wednesday, October 14th 6:30pm - 7:45pm

    Junior and Senior parents and students are encouraged to
    This is a great opportunity to learn more about the college
    financial aid planning process!
    A time to learn about the FAFSA and the financial aid
    application process.


    Join Virtual Zoom Meeting:

    Join by web: http://bit.ly/FinAidCabarrusCo
    Join by phone: 1-646-558-8656 or find your local #
    Meeting ID: 983 5094 2479 Passcode: 986491

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  • Virtual Visit with UNC Charlotte

    Posted by Felicia Fluid on 9/22/2020

    September 30th at 2PM.  Join the zoom meeting via this link:


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  • ACE Day-Academic and Career Exploration Invite

    Posted by Felicia Fluid on 9/21/2020

    ACE Day-Career and Education Exploration opportunity.  The event will be held virtually on Friday, October 2nd from 9am-12pm.  Students can register and attend.  Students may register at https://www.rccc.edu/aceday/

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  • Students interested in Governor’s School!

    Posted by Felicia Fluid on 9/21/2020
    • Governor’s School will be hosting a webinar tomorrow night for those interested in learning more about the program and applying.  Please try to view the webinar and watch the promotional video as soon as possible as there will be a quick turn around for the process.  If you are interested in proceeding with the application process for Governor’s School, please email felicia.fluid@cabarrus.k12.nc.us for additional information on the process for Jay M. Robinson High School.  Thank you so much.


    Important information:

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  • Queen City Virtual HBCU Showcase

    Posted by Felicia Fluid on 9/17/2020

    Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors!

    Every Monday and Wednesday evening in October from 6pm-9pm EDT, we will have a Historically Black College/University registered in a time slot to give a presentation about their school. Students will have a chance to ask questions and receive additional information about each institution. We want to showcase the great programs that HBCUs have to offer our students.

    Registration is free of charge. The form to register can be found at www.pridgeoneventmanagement.com/qchbcu. When students register, they will receive a schedule of when each school will be live in our Zoom Room. Schools are still being added but the schools who are currently confirmed can be found on our website, as well.

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    Posted by Felicia Fluid on 9/16/2020

    The ESL Department will be hosting  “Guia Hacia La Universidad -Guide to University” a virtual workshop for Spanish-speaking families. I have included the details below. You can find the flyer on the Student Services – ESL Resources canvas course under Spanish Language Parent Workshops. Please share this with your juniors and seniors. 

    Date: September 30, 2020 

    Time: 6:30pm – 8:00 pm  

    Location: Virtually via Microsoft Teams 

    Presenter: JuanES Ramirez, CFNC State         

    Representative for Spanish Services 

    Information:  Attendees will learn how to navigate CFNC.org to apply to colleges and find financial aid information. They will also learn about RDS. 

    You can also find updated information on scholarships for undocumented students by clicking on the Working with Undocumented Students button and looking under the Scholarships and Financial Aid section.  Note: The QUESTBRIDGE scholarship is open and the deadline is September 29, 2020. It is open to all students regardless of citizenship – most students find out about this too late because the deadline is earlier than most.  

    FYI re TPS (Temporary Protected Status) – You may have heard on the news that a federal appeals court panel ruled that the Trump administration can end humanitarian protections for some immigrants living in the US. It affects citizens from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Sudan. Immigrants from these countries can be subject to removal starting in January. This may cause additional stress to our families who are here under TPS. I’ll be posting updates and resources this week. You should get a Canvas notification when I do.


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Last Modified on October 5, 2020