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1What's my Xello login?Easiest way to access is through Classlink on your device, but can also go to xello.world and enter username: vps-studentID#, password: 8-digit Date of Birth MMDDYYYYhttps://xello.world/en/
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2What are the Xello requirements for High School and Beyond Plan?Refer to High School and Beyond Plan requirements in Xello under Links & Resources.Link to HSBP one-page overview
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4What scholarships are available? And where do I turn them in?Contact your Career Specialist for help, as each scholarship is unique. Students can check Xello for scholarships as well as the Future Me websitehttps://futureme.vansd.org/category/enroll-news/scholarships/
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5How can I get help with Financial Aid?Contact your Career Specialist or use the Otterbot resource from WSAC for help via text message 24 hours a dayhttps://wsac.wa.gov/otterbot
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6How do I get my SAT/ACT scores and/or high school transcripts sent to colleges?Request by email to Career Specialist or Counselor. Most colleges have a portal that these items can be uploaded to. Trascripts can also be requested through Xello.
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7What do I need to do about my college application, acceptance, admissions requirements?Visit the online tool provide by NACAC for information about changes in college admission events, deposit dates, and more as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.https://www.nacacnet.org/college-admission-status-coronavirus
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You can also refer to this COVID 19 Resources page from WA Colleges and Universities for support and contact information
https://councilofpresidents.org/novel-coronavirus-covid-19-information-resources/
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The Washington Student Achievement Council has provided a single website with links to critical information from what is happening with admissions tests to financial aid updates to mental health supportshttps://gearup.wa.gov/news/covid-19-resources-updates
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Visit Plan Your Future, a website from WA Student Achievement Council to support post-secondary transitionhttps://wsac.wa.gov/actionplan
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8What can I do if I need emotional support?Talk to your counselor via email to set up a conference time via phone or call the:
Clark County Crisis line at: 1-800-626-8137 or the National Suicide Prevention line at: 1-800-273-8255
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9How do I contact my Career Specialist?Email them at firstname.lastname@vansd.org, go to My Support from the FutureMe webpage and find their contact informationfutureme.vansd.org
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10What do I need to do for my Work Experience class?If students can still continue to work and earn hours, they can submit paystubs electronically to their teacher, and teachers will do the evaluations over the phone and/or email and can collect signatures electronically from employers and students. Students should reach out to their Work Experience teacher for direction and support.
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11What do I need to do about my internship through Career Choices?Non-paid internships have been put on hold unless they are held virtually. Students will need to reach out to their Career Choices instructor for direction and support.
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