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We want to feature all of you in the senior video at graduation and in the area newspapers!
Please send in your senior photo and baby photo!
Please also check your email and fill out your google forms!
This is all very important end of the year practices that need to be completed.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Friday, April 17, 2020
State Extends FAFSA Filing Deadline Beyond April 15
Commission for Higher Education implores students to file ASAP, limited funding available on first-come basis
(INDIANAPOLIS) – The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has extended the filing deadline for the 2020-2021 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) beyond the state’s original April 15 deadline. The extension is intended to ensure as many Hoosiers as possible can access financial aid in the coming academic year in the midst of challenges presented by the coronavirus.
Students who did not file the FAFSA before the April 15 deadline are encouraged to submit the form at FAFSA.gov as soon as possible. The Commission will consider students who file past the original deadline, however, limited funding is available on a first-come basis.
The extension applies to the 21st Century Scholarship and the Frank O’Bannon Grant. There is no FAFSA deadline for Hoosiers applying for the Next Level Jobs Workforce Ready Grant.
“The FAFSA filing period opened in October 2019 and we always recommend students file the FAFSA as early as possible. We know there are unusual pressures on students and families right now,” said Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers. “For years, Indiana has focused on making college more affordable for Hoosiers and we have been successful in that pursuit. Extending the FAFSA deadline during these extenuating circumstances is one more way we are committed to helping Hoosiers continue to prepare for their futures.”
The number of Hoosiers filing a FAFSA has decreased this year, which is likely because in-person, in-school learning has been canceled for the year, as have many FAFSA filing support events. As of April 13, Indiana residents filed over 215,000 FAFSAs in the 2020-21 application year, a decrease of 2.5 percent from the 2019-20 application year.
The Commission mailed out paper FAFSA forms to high school seniors enrolled in the 21st Century Scholars program and hosted two virtual FAFSA filing events, offering live help on social media and by phone for students and families. Efforts supported a 4 percent increase in the amount of completed FAFSAs in the weeks leading up to the April 15 deadline.
File the FAFSA at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa . Learn how to create a Federal Student Aid ID here and visit LearnMoreIndiana.org for more resources, including the information needed to file.
It is with a heavy heart, that we must inform you that we have decided to cancel the 2020 session of ALA Hoosier Girls State, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you, but our main concern is the health and safety of our delegates and volunteer staff.
If you have personally paid the $35 non-refundable fee, you will be reimbursed. Please give the board members time to get that money back to you.
Delegates, we wish for you to stay healthy, and should you resume in May that you enjoy the end of your junior year and then success in your senior year.
Attention Cougar Parents:
If your son or daughter has a Purdue Ft. Wayne Dual Credit class in their 2020 - 2021 schedule, they need to check their school email. It is very important that they watch the instructional videos and follow all of the directions to promptly apply by Friday, April 17, 2020 no later than 3 p.m.
The videos that were shared are listed below:
General Information video: https://youtu.be/GxJrP0KouQg
How to Apply video:
Most importantly, the student applying should use their PERSONAL EMAIL ADDRESS, not their school issued email.
If you need help, please email Mrs. Behm at
Thank you all!
Purdue Fort Wayne Collegiate Connection Dual Credit High School
19 days to go!! You’ve Got This Cougars!!
Central Noble Jr/Sr High School Family Message, April 2020
This communication is for seniors and past graduates,
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Math and science tutoring assistance is available for free at 877-AskRose (877-275-7673), a service of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Or visit https://askrose.org/
[11/13/19] Central Noble Schools are on a 2 hour delay Wednesday, November 13, 2019.
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