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Area Middle School Counselors Honored
Area Middle School Counselors Honored
Posted on 10/19/2015
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Student recruitment is a key ingredient to the success of a magnet school program and each fall, Director Laurelle Texidor and her recruitment team set out across the region to present Science & Technology Magnet High School of Southeastern Connecticut (STMHS) to area middle school students.  Most presentations are twenty minutes long, which gives the recruitment team just enough time to spark the eighth grade students interests about New London Public Schools extraordinary magnet high school. The presentations also allow the STMHS recruitment team an opportunity to get to know the area middle school counselors.  Middle school counselors are very important to the recruitment process and to the future high school success of students.  They know their students and are interracial conduits connecting students to the right high school choice for them.   The STMHS faculty believes when a student and their family have a clear understanding of the school choices available, they then make an informed decision to where they would like to spend their high school years.  This type of communication and understanding leads to a successful high school experience for the student.

As a sincere gesture to thank the school counselors, Texidor and her team hosted a special thank you luncheon On October 6, 2015 in the STMHS Richard Uguccioni Lecture Hall.   Martin Luther King Scholarship recipient Kobe Haley provided a warm welcome to guests and an amazing lunch was served.  The afternoon proved to be informational and a relaxing time that was enjoyed by all. 

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