BREAKING NEWS: Applications are being considered for the SECU People Helping People Scholarship! But hurry--the applications deadline is 2/14 at 11:59 pm! Just log into your school Gmail and click here to get started!
To be eligible, you or a parent must be a member of the State Employees' Credit Union (SECU) and you must plan to enroll in 1 of the 16 UNC system universities. If neither you or your parents are members of SECU, you must be by the time the application is due. There is a minimum unweighted GPA requirement of 2.5.This google drive folder contains important documents for the scholarship including frequently asked questions, eligibility and criteria, and other guidelines. The application will be due to student services by February 14th at 11:59 pm. The only portion due at this time is the Word document application located in the google drive. Interviews will begin the week of February 24th and 3 nominees will be selected. Nominees will then finalize their application to be sent off to the county level. From there, one student from SSS will be selected to receive the scholarship.
The counseling staff at Smithfield-Selma High School is committed to preparing students to become productive citizens, as they face the challenges of the 21st century. Counselors at SSS help students develop skills in the areas of personal-social growth, academic planning, and career development. Students at SSS are provided with structure and support, and at the same time are given primary responsibility for their success.Student Services Contact Information
919.934.5191 Ext. 5109
Karelle Ward, 9th grade counselorParent Involvement CoordinatorYvette Compton, 10th grade counselorKate McGrath, 11th grade counselorWendy Levin, 12th grade counselor
Other Members in Student Services
Pamela Edwards, Registrar
Cynthia Russell, Student Advocate
email@example.comSusan Hales,RN: School Nurse
Christian Tyner, Testing Coordinator
Cindy Allen, Career Development Coordinator
Tia Kelley, College Adviser
Cynthia Hutchings, IB Coordinator
Ron Lentini, Data Manager
Barbara Hudak, Spartan Academy Coordinator
Records InformationFor detailed information on how to request a record, please go to www.needmytranscript.com/jcsrecordsThe record request process is completely online. You must fill out the request form, pay the fee online, and your request will be mailed to the designated address.
Registration of students into appropriate courses based on graduation requirements.
Provide information pertaining to the PSAT, SAT, ACT, entrance requirements for universities and colleges.
Provide information concerning financial aid, availability of scholarships, and career planning.
Schedule parent conferences to monitor and evaluate student performance.
Provide referral to community resources and relevant programs.
Provide individuals and groups with educational and career counseling.
Assist students in evaluating their interests and abilities to develop realistic career choices
You can complete the form from any computer. If you do not have a computer, one has been set up for public use at the JCS Facility Services Building 601 A West Market Street in Smithfield.Phone: 919-934-0673Fax: 919-934-0513
*Note: If you withdrew prior to graduation from SSS within the last 2 years, then your cumulative record is still at the school.