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Wellness Wednesdays

Week 5 - Self-Care

  • This week's Wellness Wednesday lesson focuses on Self-Care, which refers to the activities and practices that we can engage in on a regular basis to reduce stress and take care of our overall health and wellbeing.

    Please reach out to your school counselor, school psychologist or school social worker if you have any questions or concerns about this week's lesson.


Stay Connected With Your Counselor!

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  • You can access our Student Services team through Microsoft Teams!   Go to your teams and Select "Student Services"

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  • We have updated our contact information on our individual websites on the left with our Google Voice numbers.    

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2020-2021 Senior Meetings

  • Alpha A-J, please click the link to sign up to speak with Ms. Swiatek for your Senior Meetings.

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    Alpha K-Z, please click the link below to sign up for your Senior Advisement appointment with Ms. Meitzler

     Senior Appointment

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MPHS Daily Schedule 20-21

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Important Info for Seniors!

  • UNC Admissions:

    • Due to the impact of COVID-19 on testing availability and the likelihood of additional cancellations, the UNC Board of Governors waived the standardized test requirement for first-year students applying for admission in Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021.
    • Students have the option to submit test scores to the 16 public universities in the UNC System, but test scores will not be required for admissions decisions. Students who do not submit an ACT or SAT test score must meet the minimum weighted GPA requirement of 2.5 to be considered for undergraduate admissions.

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