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    (Where Sent, Date, Tracking #)
    Resources for You during COVID-19
    Student Support Resources 
    DHS Support Doc
     Denton High School
    Counseling Department 

    The mission of the Denton High School Counseling
    Department, as a cohesive team, is to support all students
    through a comprehensive and developmental approach
    by addressing academic, personal/social, and career skills.
    We seek to enable students to become responsible and
    productive citizens, who can effectively manage future
    challenges, progress confidently, and make positive impacts
    in the local and global community. 
    Chris Lydia, Kay Langat, Dani Kading
    Jari Peltier, Julie Holladay, Kathleen Ashton, Linsey Shafer
    (missing Martha Valles)

    September is National Suicide Prevention
    Awareness Month 

    September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.
    National Suicide Prevention Week is September 8 – 14, 2019,
    with World Suicide Prevention Day on the 10th. During this
    month, week, and day, individuals and organizations alike
    will be drawing attention to the problem of suicide and
    advocating the prevention of this terrible tragedy and DHS
    will join the worldwide efforts the week of September 9th-13th.
    To learn more about suicide prevention and mental health
    resources, please visit the counseling webpage: https://www.dentonisd.org/Page/82886.



    **Request to Meet with School Counselor Form
    In an effort to serve students more efficiently and to support teachers by keeping students in class, the DHS Counseling Department has moved all student requests to meet with School Counselors to an online form. In order to fill out the form, a student must be signed in to their Google Student Account (@g.dentonisd.org). You may find a link to the form here: Request to Meet School Counselor Form
    **ACT and SAT Test Dates for 2019-2020** 
    High school juniors and seniors planning to attend college after graduation will need to take the ACT and/or the SAT as a part of their application process. Students are strongly encouraged to begin taking these tests by the spring of the junior year. This will allow students enough time to take tests over again before college applications are due in the fall of the senior year. Students may take the tests multiple times in the event that they need/want to improve their scores. Parents/students should explore admissions requirements for any colleges of interest to determine if a specific test is needed to complete the respective application. The test dates for the 2019-20 ACT and SAT tests are listed on the following link: SAT and SAT Dates for 2019-20
    **DHS Counseling Department is on Twitter**
    Want to feel more connected to DHS? Want information that you can use to help stay on track of important events at DHS, trends that impact young people, and details that can help you prepare for your future? Follow the DHS Counseling Department on Twitter. Find us at @DHSCounsDept (and for more great Twitter feeds, visit the "Get Connected" page on the left)
    **Automatic Admission to Texas Public Colleges/Universities**
    For the Class of 2020 Students
    The University of Texas at Austin has determined that it will automatically admit all eligible freshman applicants for the Fall of 2020 who rank within the top 6% of their high school graduating classes, with remaining spaces to be filled through holistic review. All other public colleges/universities in the State of Texas will automatically admit students who rank in the top 10% of their high school graduating classes.

    School CEEB Code: 441951 - Code for college applications, SAT and ACT registration.


    Previous Headlines:

    DHS Students Take A Stand Against Bullying

    In this month’s edition of the DHS Horseshoe (click here), students show their support for bullying prevention at DHS in an article including staff interviews,  a compilation of compelling statistics, and information about how fellow broncos can take a stand against bullying. See the attachment for more details, including an updates on DHS sports, clubs, and other current events.