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2/13/18

The Resource Conservation District of Greater San Diego County (RCDGSDC) invites local high school students to apply for the following scholarship opportunities in 2018!

 

 

2018 RCD Conservation Scholarship

Five scholarships of $1,000 each will be directly awarded by the RCD Scholarship Committee to senior students pursuing further education in the fields of resource conservation or agriculture. Eligible applicants may be entering community college or a four year college or university. 

To apply, visit http://www.rcdsandiego.org/conservation_scholarship.aspx and complete the application by 5pm Tuesday,April 10, 2018.

 

2018 High School Student Video Contest – (San Diego Chapter)

High school students are invited to design a Public Service Announcement about Special Districts. This year’s theme is “What’s So Special About Special Districts”. Prizes for this year's contest are Four Cash Awards of $1000, $750, & $500 for the students and $250 for the High School.

To apply, visit www.sandiegocsda.weebly.com  all application materials must be uploaded electronically and submitted by April 1, 2018.

 

2018 Range Camp Sponsorship (Coming Soon)

The goal of Range Camp is to introduce students to the professional world of plant, animal, and landscape management. It takes place each year at Elkus Youth Ranch near Half Moon Bay, and is attended by students from across California. The RCD is able to fully sponsor one San Diego student to attend this year’s Range Camp (June 17-22, 2018). The sponsorship covers the cost of camp fees and round trip airfare. Eligible students must be 15-18 years old and attend high school within our service area. Applications will be available online in February.

For more information, visit http://rangelands.org/casrm/HTML/rangecamps.html To be sponsored by the RDC of Greater San Diego County, you must submit applications tobritney.munoz@rcdsandiego.org

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2/9/18

15-20 Scholarships will be awarded (from $1,000 and above) and each student will receive a United States Congressional Certificate of Achievement Selection is based on

 

• Essay on Non-Violent Means for Conflict Resolution

• Academic Excellence

• Community Involvement

 

Open to ALL Graduating Seniors of San Diego County High Schools Contact your Scholarship Counselor for an application.

 

2018 DEADLINE: March 31, 2018

 

*Click link for application

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2/8/18

ALEXANDER KREIGLOWA


Navy and Marine Corps Dependents Education Foundation Scholarship Program. This Scholarship is good for up to $15,000/year for tuition, books, and fees for a maximum of 4 years.

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Dependent child of active duty, retired, or deceased Naval Service (USN or USMC) resident in the state of California
  • Graduating senior in the top 10% of high school graduating class if school ranks or 3.6 cumulative GPA or higher (unweighted grades).
  • Evidence of acceptance by an accredited 4-year college or university in the United States
  • Proof of financial need

2018 Scholarship Form >
The application deadline is April 6, 2018

Alexander Kreiglowa was born in Norwich, CT 96 years ago.  He had one brother, who was in the Navy, and five sisters; all who have passed on.  He joined the Navy at the age of 16.  Alex served in the Navy over 20 years and retired as an E-7, Chief Petty Officer, in 1957.  This was the highest enlisted rank in the Navy at that time.  He served on 10 different ships and spent nearly 17 years at sea.  Alex trained young recruits at the Naval Training Center for over 3 years.  Alex said this assignment required long hours, but he found the work very satisfying.

Alex touched the lives of many young men then, and is continuing that legacy through his Scholarship Program.  When this gracious, humble man was asked about his service to the Navy and his desire for this Scholarship Foundation, he said, “I always worked hard to get ahead and now I want to give something back to the Navy and my country.  The Navy was very good to me and I think this is one way I can give back.  I want this scholarship money to go to students who have a strong desire to get ahead and accomplish things.”

This amazing man’s generous gift will continue to touch the lives of young men and women and exemplify the goals of the Navy League.

All candidates must complete an application. If the candidate has had unusual or extraordinary financial hardship in the family, due to loss of job, income, or additional expenses, then they may also complete a Special Circumstances Form to be submitted with the Application Package. This form does not apply for mortgages.

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Contact Us

 

Students: Counselors are available to see students on a drop-in basis during break, lunch, before and after school.  To schedule an appointment, please email or fill out a Request to See Counselor form in the Counseling Office lobby.

 

Parents:  Counselors are available by appointment only.  Please email or call your student's counselor directly to schedule an appointment.  

 


 

Counselors are assigned alphabetically by a student's last name.

 

Megan Corazza, Counselor:

Last Name A to GRI

(760) 331-6655

email: megan.corazza@carlsbadusd.net

 

Christine DiBenedetto, Counselor:

Last Name GRO to PAT

(760) 331-6653

email: cdibenedetto@carlsbadusd.net

 

Linda Payne, Counselor:

Last Name PAU to Z

(760) 331-6652

email: lpayne@carlsbadusd.net

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Vicki Ruby, Registrar

p: (760) 331-6650

f:  (760) 730-9147 

email: vruby@carlsbadusd.net

 

Diane Nicoll, Student Data Tech

(760) 331- 6647

email: dnicoll@carlsbadusd.net

 

TBD, Guidance Tech II

(760) 331-6646

email: