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March 1-5 is Dr. Seuss Week


EducationQuest will host a Virtual College Fair March 2-3 to help seniors finalize their college decision – and to help juniors get started. It will also be helpful for adults wishing to  pursue a college degree.Virtual College Fair is March 2-3

This free event will feature college booths and live college-prep presentations.

Students and family members can register for and attend the fair at eqf.org/collegefair.

Tuesday, March 2, 9:00 a.m.- Noon CT.
 Students can visit college booths, chat with college reps, and view these live presentations:

  • Senior Check-In – 9:30-10:00 a.m. CT Seniors will learn must-do tasks related to admissions, financial aid, and scholarships.
  • Junior Check-In – 10:30-11:00 a.m. CT - Juniors will learn how to research colleges, schedule campus visits, and start their scholarship search.

Wednesday, March 3, 5:00-8:00 p.m. CT. Students and parents are encouraged to visit college booths and view this live presentation:

  • FAFSA FAQs for Seniors and Parents - 6:00-6:30 p.m. CT This session will address common questions from those who haven’t yet completed the FAFSA, and those who already have.

All college-prep presentations will be recorded for later viewing.

$500 Scholarship
Students who visit at least 5 booths between March 2-3 will be automatically entered into a drawing for a $500 scholarship.

Contact us or see the FAQ section of the Virtual College Fair website.

Ten students receive Reaching Your Potential scholarships

Congratulations to these 10 students who received an EducationQuest Reaching Your Potential scholarship last fall - and thank you to the agencies that referred students to the program.

To refer students for the spring round, submit this referral form by March 15. The students will then receive an email with a link to the online application. The application deadline for students is April 1

Questions? Contact Allison Ourada at 800-303-3745 ext. 6619 or allisono@educationquest.org.


Want more details about referring students to Reaching Your Potential?

Check out this recorded webinar.

You'll learn:

  • Who would be a good Reaching Your Potential candidate
  • How to refer clients
  • An overview of the application process
  • Tips on helping your clients submit a winning application 

November 9, 2020

Important:  The Santee Community School will continue to honor the option of face to face or virtual learning for our students.  Please remember if you are participating as a virtual learning student, please call the school and let the front office staff know. Students wil be required to login to their online course work and zoom meetings daily for attendance if they do not, they will be counted as absent. NE state law states 10 days of absences will qualify a student as truant.  The virtual work must be completed and will be graded. If students received packets, the completed work will be picked up and the work will be graded as well.


Meals will be delivered to those families that are quarantined and those households who have called the school with a virtual learning option. 


If your student is returning face to face, please note ,they will be reacquired to wear a mask at all times.



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