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PLAN available for Mount Pulaski sophomores

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[October 19, 2007]  MOUNT PULASKI -- Mount Pulaski High School sophomores will soon have an opportunity to participate in PLAN, a unique, comprehensive guidance and information tool for 10th-graders.

PLAN includes academic tests, an evaluation of study skills and an interest inventory. Students who participate in the assessment receive information that will help them plan their remaining years in high school. The results of the testing also help them evaluate career and educational goals for life after high school.

The program provides practical information about a student's academic progress, career interests and study habits, as well as present and future plans, needs and goals. This information can help guide 10th-graders in the selection of high school courses and activities. It can also increase students' awareness of career and educational possibilities.

Participants receive a comprehensive, easy-to-understand report of their results and an interpretive guide to help students and parents understand and use the information.

Sophomores are invited and encouraged to participate. The test will be given at school on Nov. 7. The cost is $9.40 per student. Deadline to register is Nov. 2. More information is available from Nancy Baker, Mount Pulaski High School guidance counselor.

[Text from file received from LCHS]

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