1 SM June 3, 2011 Calendar of Events June 6 June 7 Exams Exams End of Fourth Quarter Principal s Message As this school year winds down, I want to take the opportunity to thank you for your support of Ursuline and your daughter s education was a great year for Ursuline, and we experienced continued success in our academic, athletic, fine arts and co-curricular programs. The high level of achievement we experience at Ursuline is the result of an outstanding team: Talented students, committed parents and a dedicated faculty. Know we value the role you play in the success of our school. I hope you enjoy the summer break and the change in pace that it brings. GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT: Attention parents of the class of 2012! Senior year is just around the corner for the students in the class of Please watch for the letter included in the 4 th quarter report card mailing regarding the parent college planning breakfast or evening program at the start of next school year. The college counselors invite you to attend one of these meetings to learn about the college application process and how to support your daughter as she applies to college. The counselor divisions for the Class of 2012 will be as follows: Michelle Pfaltzgraff will work with Bailey through Holbrook; Amy Hermanns will work with Homan through Oravec; and Jan Abernathy will work with Pawlukiewicz through Zinnecker
2 Class of 2011 College Selections Nichole Abla, University of South Carolina; Andrea Acus, The Ohio State University; Emily Adams, University of Cincinnati; Maria Albino, The Ohio State University; Kelsey Albrinck, The Ohio State University; Claire Barrett, University of Pittsburgh; Abigail Bartish, Indiana University; Sarah Beall, The Ohio State University; Christina Beer, University of Cincinnati; Natasha Bell, George Washington University; Mary Beringer, Hanover College; Kayla Boehner, Xavier University; Kathleen Bourgeois, Saint Francis University; Katherine Brewer, University of Dayton; Amy Burns, Miami University; Alexis Byrd, University of Cincinnati; Rebecca Byrne, The Ohio State University; Elizabeth CaJacob, Xavier University; Anna Callahan, Saint Louis University; Anne Campolongo, Ohio University; Sara Carota, University of South Carolina; Amanda Castle, Denison University; Angela Cisneros, Ohio University; Melissa Clement, The Ohio State University; Katherine Coleman, Miami University; Molly Connolly, University of Cincinnati; Katie Cowperthwait, Ohio University; Kelly Davidson, Butler University; Savannah Derrick, The Ohio State University; Morgan Donovan, University of Chicago; Lauren Driscoll, Ohio University; Sarah Dulle, Xavier University; Sydnee Eberly, University of Dayton; Magdalene Egan, University of Dayton; Abby Engdahl, University of Cincinnati; Diana Erb, Mills College; Megan Fahr, University of Cincinnati; Kathlyn Fessler, The American University of Paris; Alexandra Fiehrer, University of Cincinnati; Amy Fields, Johnson and Wales University; Sydney Fisher, Purdue University; Cecily Foote, Saint Louis University; Kathryn Ford, Michigan State University; Mary Franke, Xavier University; Amy Frederick, The Ohio State University; Clare Gilligan, University of Dayton; Jennavieve Goard, University of Cincinnati; Jamie Goldschmidt, undecided; Meredith Green, Saint Mary's College; Eleanor Greiner, University of Chicago; Holly Gruber, University of Cincinnati; Molly Harrigan, Ohio University; Caprice Hausfeld, Indiana University; Gabrielle Hausfeld, Ohio University; Emily Haynes, University of Cincinnati; Tricia Hengehold, The Ohio State University; Nicole Hill, Duquesne University; Samantha Hoderlein, Allegheny College; Morgan Holliday, Miami University, Oxford; Gabrielle Holodnak, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College; Katherine Hunt, University of Cincinnati; Carolyn Johnson, University of Cincinnati; Olivia Johnson, University of South Carolina; Morgan Judd, Wake Forest University; Margaret Kane, DePaul University; Bethany Kaylor, University of Oregon; Sarah Keller, The Ohio State University; Brynne Kelly, Miami University; Jenna Kendle, Ohio University; Rachael Kenney, The Ohio State University; Katelin Kenny, University of Cincinnati; Erin Kirby, Xavier University; Margaret Kirk, Northwestern University; Laura Komoroski, University of Dayton; Chelsea Kuchik, Loyola University Chicago; Kerry Kurkjian, Elon University; Colleen Ladrick, University of Cincinnati; Marie Lamantia, The Ohio State University; Jenna Lamping, Ball State University; Anna Lapp, The Ohio State University; Caroline Leach, University of Cincinnati; Maria Leichty, Butler University; Katherine Lenart, University of Dayton; Morgan Levine, Michigan State University; Elena Lohr, Bryant University; Anne Loper, University of Dayton; Emily Manning, The Ohio State University; Marisol Mason, Auburn University; Christine Mauch, University of Dayton; Caroline May, Ohio University; Erin McCoy, Otterbein University; Kelly McCoy, Xavier University; Nicole McCoy, Saint Louis University; Brigid McCuen, The Ohio State University; Lynessa McGee, Princeton University; Taulbee McGraw, Ohio University; Amanda Miller, The Ohio State University; Marilyn Mitchell, Clemson University; Annie Morgan, Miami University; Samantha Moscarino, University of Cincinnati; Kori Moster, Michigan State University; Nicole Muni, The Ohio State University; Katherine Nash, Indiana University; Grace Olscamp, Boston College; Jocelyn Pettit, Ohio University; Kelsey Powers, Xavier University; Katherine Purdy, Ohio Wesleyan University; Ashley Raabe, Ohio University; Abby Recker, Miami University; Kelsey Redmond, Miami University; Grace Reifenberg, The Ohio State University; Molly Remenowsky, University of Dayton; Mary Robertson, Columbia University; Michelle Robinson, Ohio University; Carolyn Ross, Miami University; Lisette Rossman, University of Missouri; Abby Ruehlmann, University of Michigan; Jacqueline Ruggiero, Indiana University; Morgan Rumpler, Miami University; Katie Rust, Duquesne University; Katherine Sabetta, Xavier University;
3 Annie Sabo, University of Michigan; Komal Safdar, Syracuse University; Gina Sanitato, Furman University; Ashley Sarama, University of South Carolina; Megan Schnicke, Ohio University; Alexandra Schroer, University of Pittsburgh; Hannah Schulte, University of Cincinnati; Sheridan Seitz, The Ohio State University; Pamela Showman, University of Findlay; Alexandra Shultz, Miami University; Katherine Smidl, The Ohio State University; Kathryn Snow, The Ohio State University; Dana Sorter, The Ohio State University; Michelle Spotts, Fordham University; Lauren Stacey, University of Cincinnati; Nicole Stagge, Butler University; Olivia Stephenson, The Ohio State University; Mary Strang, The Ohio State University; Kara Strasser, Georgia Institute of Technology; Kimberly Treiss, The Ohio State University; Stephanie Treiss, The Ohio State University; Elizabeth Tulisiak, University of Kentucky; Megan Turner, Miami University; Lisa Uebel, The Ohio State University; Anna Ulliman, Saint Mary's College; Alison Valentine, Belmont University; Megan Valerio, Miami University; Nicole Vice, University of Cincinnati; Samantha Von Hoene, Miami University; Erin Wallach, University of Alabama; Megan Wandtke, The Ohio State University; Fiona Watson, University of British Columbia; Rachel Weisenburger, University of Dayton; Kelly Wells, University of Cincinnati; Emily Whang, The Ohio State University; Lauren Whang, The Ohio State University; Juliette Wheeler, University of Nebraska; Laurel Wiebe, Loyola University Chicago; Adrien Winning, The Ohio State University; Kristen Wintzinger, University of South Carolina; Chelsea Zoellner, The Ohio State University. NOTE: Final senior transcripts will automatically be sent to the college/university indicated above. Class of 2011 College Acceptances Allegheny College, American International University (London), American University (DC), American University (Paris), Arizona State University, Auburn University, Azusa Pacific University, Baldwin-Wallace College, Ball State University, Bellarmine University, Belmont University, Boise State University, Boston College, Bowling Green State University, Bryant University, Butler University, California Polytechnic State University, Case Western Reserve University, Catholic University of America, Centre College, Cincinnati State Technical & Community College, Clemson University, Coastal Carolina University, College of Charleston, College of Mount St. Joseph, College of William and Mary, Colorado State University, Columbia College, Columbia University, Creighton University, Denison University, DePaul University, DePauw University, Drexel University, Duke University, Duquesne University, East Carolina University, Eastern Kentucky University, Eckerd College, Elon University, Emory University, Endicott College, Fairfield University, Florida State University, Fordham University, Furman University, George Washington University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Hanover College, Heidelberg College, High Point University, Holy Cross College, Indiana University, Ithaca College, John Carroll University, Johnson & Wales University, Kent State University, Kenyon College, King's College, Lehigh University, Liberty University, Louisiana State University, Loyola University (IL), Loyola University (MD), Marian University, Marquette University, Marshall University, Miami University, Michigan State University, Mills College, Muskingum University, North Carolina State University, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, Northeastern University, Northern Illinois University, Northern Kentucky University, Northwestern University, The Ohio State University, Ohio University, Ohio Wesleyan University, Otterbein University, Pennsylvania State University, Point Park University, Princeton University, Purdue University, Radford University, Rhodes College, Rollins College, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Rutgers University, Saint Francis University, Saint Joseph's University, Saint Louis University, Saint Mary's College, Santa Clara University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Scripps College, Southern Illinois University, Southern Methodist University, Syracuse University, Taylor University, Thomas More College, Transylvania
4 University, Tulane University, University at Buffalo, University of Akron, University of Alabama, University of British Columbia, University of California, University of Chicago, University of Cincinnati, University of Colorado, University of Dayton, University of Findlay, University of Georgia, University of Indianapolis, University of Iowa, University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, University of Maryland, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, University of Mississippi, University of Missouri, University of Mount Union, University of Nebraska, University of New Hampshire, University of North Carolina, University of Notre Dame, University of Oregon, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, University of Richmond, University of Rochester, University of San Francisco, University of South Carolina, University of South Florida, University of Southern California, University of Tampa, University of Tennessee, University of Texas, University of Toledo, University of Vermont, University of Western Ontario, University of Wisconsin, Valparaiso University, Vanderbilt University, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Virginia Wesleyan College, Wake Forest University, Washington University, Westminster College, Wheaton College, Wilkes University, Wilmington College, Wittenberg University, Wright State University, Xavier University. From the Nurse s Office: The end of the school year is a good time to review the TB policy for any school in Hamilton County. We have had several calls from parents wanting to know if their student needs to be tested yearly. The policy is as follows: 1. Any CURRENTTLY ENROLLED student who travels AT ANY TIME to a high-risk country, in a non-tourist capacity, must provide documented evidence of a negative TB test in no less than 60 but no more than 90 days after return. The definition of a non-tourist capacity is staying with family/friends in a private residence or spending most of the travel time in a home or facility where the residents of the foreign country live. A service/mission trip also falls into this category. A list of High-Risk countries can be found on the UA website, student health link, or contact the school nurse. 2. All foreign-born, NEWLY ENROLLED students who have been in the USA for 5 years or less, must provide documented evidence of a negative TB test within 90 days of their first day of enrolment. 3. ANY student with either documented history of TB or positive PPD or blood test and a normal chest X-ray, must provide documented proof of absence of TB symptoms, determined by screening by licensed MD or nurse. Medication Update: A reminder for the school year: The Nurse s office will continue to supply Acetaminophen 325mg tablets and Ibuprofen 200mg tablets to any student that returns a medication form that is signed by a physician and the parent.
5 Cincinnati Junior Rowing Club UA students are eligible to compete on a crew team through Cincinnati Junior Rowing Club. CJRC is one of the top junior rowing programs in the nation having captured its 11 th consecutive Midwest Regional Championship last weekend at Harsha Lake. UA rowers contributed significantly to the Regional Championship. Led by seniors, Grace Olscamp (Boston College), Margaret Kirk (Northwestern), Alexis Byrd (UC) and Kelsey Albrinck (OSU) each girls varsity boat took gold in their respective events including the 3 rd Varsity 8 and 4 stroked by Mari Price ( 13). Novice rowers from UA joined the gold rush going undefeated at their first regional competition: 1 st Novice 8 Gabi Biedenharn ( 13), Abby Graves ( 13), Kalee Kotter ( 14), and Ellen Rootring ( 12). 2 nd Novice 8 Mimi Borders ( 14), Sydney Feldhaus ( 13) and Kristen Rodriguez ( 14). Outstanding performances by several UA rowers qualified for the US Rowing Youth Nationals in June. Boats qualifying for the national competition are: Girls 1 st Varsity 8 Brynne Naylor ( 12), Emily Westerfield ( 13) and Lianna Brown ( 13) Girls 1 st Varsity 4 Kelsey Albrinck ( 11) Boys 1 st Varsity 8 coxswain Kate Rolfes ( 12) To join the team and be part of a winning tradition, talk to one of your UA rowers or visit Ursuline Awards 3 Faculty Grants Each year the Ursuline Foundation awards faculty grants to deserving teachers who have identified opportunities to both advance their own knowledge in their subject area and contribute in positive ways to the Ursuline community. This year, three $500 grants were given. Marilyn Herring and Shauna Whelan will be attending the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) annual convention in Chicago, Illinois from November 17-20, The convention will bring together over 7,000 language arts educators and will include over 700 presentations on such matters as reading instruction, writing initiatives, literature study, rhetoric, technology, assessment, and professional development. The convention provides the opportunity for attendees to bring the latest methodologies and philosophies back to their classrooms and the school community. Kelly Stiles will be attending the 9th-annual "Teaching History with Technology Workshop" at Harvard University at the end of June. It is an intensive three-day hands-on opportunity for history and social studies educators to explore practical ways to use technology to enrich the history curriculum and engage students. The workshop explores innovative ideas, effective techniques, and ready-made plans for incorporating Webbased resources, desktop software packages and new and emerging technologies into classroom instruction of history.
6 SAT and ACT Test-Prep at Ursuline for the Class of 2013 We will once again be offering Test-Prep Classes for both the SAT and ACT college entrance exams. FYI: Please keep in mind that the math portion of the SAT includes Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II. The math portion of the ACT includes Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and some trigonometric concepts covered in Pre-calculus (also taught in prep course). We suggest that parents be mindful of this when scheduling college entrance exams. The first SAT class will begin the week of November 14, The ACT class will begin the week following January exams. Both classes will be repeated in the spring of More information and registration forms for these classes will be available in the fall. ACT and SAT Prep Summer Class at UA Juniors [Soon-to-be-Seniors] Class of 2012: Are you less than satisfied with your results on the ACT or SAT? Did you just find out that the university you would like to attend requires higher test scores than you earned? Did you feel less than well-prepared to take either the ACT or SAT last year? Or, if you could raise your score, would you then be eligible for more scholarship funds or admittance to a more selective school or elite program within the university you have chosen? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you would be a good candidate for the Improve Your Score class to be held later this summer at Ursuline Academy. The class will be for incoming seniors only, and will focus on improving the parts of the ACT or SAT test you need to reach your goals. This test-prep class will be kept small to focus on individualized instruction. Enrolled students should bring former test results to class for specific evaluation. The class is six sessions long, beginning August 11, and ending August 18. Space will be limited. A registration form is available in the main office or the guidance office. Questions can be directed to Mrs. Kahan,
7 Auction Donation Ideas With this school year over and summer beginning, you know that your to do list is never ending. The Auction wants to help you help us by giving you suggestions of UA Logo items that we need underwritten. If you would like to pay for one or more of the items listed below, we will get them monogrammed over the summer by current parent and owner of dottieg in Wyoming, Paige Hackett. Please contact Lori Haines in the Development Department at or ext 1218, if you are interested in helping with an item below or have further questions about the November event. UA Logo: Painted Furniture Pieces: Freshman $50, Sophomore $50, Junior $50, Senior $100 Future Lion Gift Pack: $50 (future lion bib, changing pad, blanket) Embroidered cosmetic set: $25 Student Gift Pack $75: IPAD cover, computer cover, pencil case, coffee tumbler, lunch bag Kitchen Basket $35: UA colors, misc, mug, serving tray and bowls. Embroidered Kitchen towel set $25 Embroidered Sports Towels: $15 each (4 sports themes) 6 non slip headbands: $10 each-logo on each Embroidered UA tote/book bag: $50 Bedrest Pillow: $40 UA logo Bedrest Pillow: $40 Lion logo Bath Essentials Kit: $50 UA logo bath wrap, Spa cosmetic set, Jewelry roll 4 logo luggage tags: $20 Other items needed: Golf packages Kitchen electronics Sports tickets Entertainment tickets Theatre tickets Vacation home/condo Vera Bradley or Spartina bags Gift Certificates of $25, $50 and above denominations to local restaurants Salon Certificates Jewelry Wine Basket Patio items Holiday needs: Looking for individuals to help decorate 3 theme trees When school returns, we are on a very short timeline before our catalog deadline, so please send in your new donation anytime throughout the summer. The Development Department is located in the Schott Building.
8 UA GOLF CLASSIC NEWS There was a 6 hour window of sunshine between torrential rain storms on Monday, May 23 rd. That was just enough time to play 18 holes of golf at Ursuline s Golf Classic at O Bannon s Creek Golf Club. Special thanks go out to a lot of people: Our golfers who braved the elements and supported the event Our generous sponsors Our generous donors who donated fabulous prizes for our raffle and silent auction O Bannon Creek s staff who did an excellent job of getting the course ready and keeping the players well fed and happy A great committee who put it all together: Brian Ross Sponsorship, Annie Castle and Julie Holbrook Marketing, Rich Scott Prizes, Jenny Reilly and Kim Gusweiler Decorations and Signs The fantastic volunteers who helped at registration, witnesses on our hole-in-one holes, and of course those who kept the refreshments flowing! Our golf team who represented Ursuline s athletes well. The staff at Ursuline who always smiled and said yes WE COULDN T HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOU! Congratulations to our winners! (See below) 1 st place Men s Brian Templeton, Mike Aldridge, Tim Bales, and Brian Bales 2 nd place Men s - Walt Hamilton, John Allen, Phil Allard and Allen Backscheider 3 rd place Men s Jeff Heger Mike Zoellner, Duke Hoffer, and Bill Hoffer 4 th place Men s Hal Roberston, Scott Wandtke, Tom Kennard, and Tom O Donnell 1 st place Women s Kim Gusweiler, Julie White, Lori McGrath, and Holly Long 1 st Place Mixed - Paul Muething, Diane Redmond, Sharon Redmond, and Colleen Dehring Jeff Heger and his team also won the team challenge for the freshman basketball team who will be treated to lunch. Raffle Winners $1000 Greg Tassone Set of Titleist Irons Tim McGee I-Pad Touch Ann Speyer plus 27 other winners
9 The following articles were recently released to the press: Ursuline senior receives GGCL and OHSAA awards Cincinnati, OH May 26, 2011: Ursuline Academy graduating senior Kara Strasser has been named the 2011GGCL (Girls Greater Cincinnati League) Scholar Athlete and the OHSAA (Ohio High School Athletic Association) Scholar Athlete. In addition, she has received the GGCL Sr. Michaeleen Keane, RSM Award, which is earned by the overall top student-athlete in the GGCL Scarlet Division. Strasser, of Montgomery, has played three sports for four years at Ursuline golf, bowling and lacrosse. In she was named 1st Team GGCL in lacrosse, bowling and golf. In she was named 1st Team GGCL in lacrosse and golf and Honorable Mention in bowling. She will attend Georgia Institute of Technology in the fall of "Kara is a hard working, disciplined and self taught student-athlete. She is a master at managing her time and she has high expectations of herself. Her greatest attribute is that she is self driven," said Ursuline Athletic Director Diane Redmond. Ursuline earns GGCL Scarlet All-Sports Trophy third consecutive year Cincinnati, OH May 31, 2011: Ursuline Academy has earned the 2011 GGCL Scarlet All-Sports Trophy, making this the third consecutive year for this achievement. During the school year, the varsity teams have captured league championships in golf, tennis, volleyball, swimming & diving, and lacrosse. Each sport's individual state results are: tennis doubles Division I state champions -Komal and Mehvish Safdar (Mason), and the tennis team finished third at State competition; swimming & diving State Champions: 100 backstroke Emily Slabe (LibertyTwp); 200 medley relay Emily Slabe, Bridget Blood (BlueAsh), Corinne Jenkins (W.Chester), and Temarie Tomley (AndersonTwp), the team was State runner up; cross country- regional qualifier Katrina Maricocchi (Loveland); track & field Pam Showman (Fairfield) has qualified for the State meet in the high jump for the fourth year. The volleyball team was in the final four, and the golf team finished third at State. Also, the Dance Team placed first in production and open categories in the State and National Championships for the second consecutive year. "This was a very special year for the Lions not only in league play but also at the district, regional and state levels. Earning the GGCL Scarlet All Sports Trophy is a reflection of the contributions of all of our teams and we are proud of the accomplishments of our student athletes and coaches," says UA Athletic Director Diane Redmond. Ursuline graduates receive scholarships and special awards Cincinnati, OH May 26, 2011: Ursuline Academy celebrated its 162 seniors as they received their diplomas at the school's commencement exercises on May 24 in the school gymnasium. The school congratulates the entire Class of 2011 for their spirit, service and scholarships. Their efforts were rewarded this year with 85% of the class earning more than $19 million in college scholarships. In addition, there were several special awards given at the ceremony. The Senior Scholar Awards (the top three seniors in the class) were awarded to Claire Barrett of Madeira, Carolyn Johnson of Colerain, and Jacqueline Ruggiero of Blue Ash. The Archbishop McNicholas Memorial Gold Medal Award Outstanding Girl of the Year - was awarded to Claire Barrett for her scholastic achievement, service to others and Christian ideals; the Christian Leadership Award, which is given to a graduate who demonstrates Gospel values in her personal
10 and school community life, was awarded to Michelle Spotts of Loveland; and the Centennial Spirit Award, which is given to a graduate who best exemplifies the spirit of Ursuline with her generosity, service, attitude and overall demeanor, was awarded to Komal Safdar of Mason. The graduation address was delivered by Bethany Kaylor of Liberty Township, who was chosen by her class. Two graduates receive Linda Vester Ivy League Scholarships Two members of the Class of 2011 have joined the ranks of Ursuline alumnae who will attend Ivy League colleges with financial assistance from the Linda Vester Ivy League Scholarships. Lynessa McGee will attend Princeton and Ellie Robertson will attend Columbia. The Linda Vester Ivy League Scholarship Program was made possible through the generosity of Linda Vester Greenberg 83 and her husband Glenn Greenberg. The purpose of this program is to encourage qualified Ursuline Academy of Cincinnati students to attend Ivy League colleges. The idea for the scholarship came from Linda s experiences as a student at Ursuline Academy when she learned how financially prohibitive it was for qualified students to attend Ivy League colleges. The scholarship program has been in place since After the committee of administrators and counselors reviews applications and makes a recommendation the graduate is awarded $15,000 per year for four years of undergraduate Ivy League study. The donor s hope is that such scholarships will enable Ursuline graduates to attend Ivy League colleges or universities if by reason of financial limitations they would otherwise be forced to choose a school closer to home and/or of lesser academic standards.
11 Remember all of the fun you had backstage at UA? Join us as we honor Ron Blankenbuehler for his years of service to the Ursuline Academy Stage Company Who: All current and former UA performing arts students and parents What: Open House honoring Mr. B on his retirement from UASC When: Saturday, June 11, 2011 from 6:00-10:00 pm Where: The home of current UA parents Dave and Sharon Fitzpatrick (Sarah, 2012) 1422 Miamilake Drive, Loveland, OH RSVP: Karen Gruber or Dave Fitzpatrick If you would like to express your appreciation for all Mr. B has done for UA (even if you cannot attend in person), please share your thoughts in an in care of Karen or Dave at the addresses above. We will compile the well wishes and present a scrapbook to Mr. B at the open house. We re also looking for pictures from past shows. Please scan and forward them to Dave at Please help us to create a special memory for Mr. B. Spread the word!
12 Class of 2012 Improve Your Score on ACT/SAT What? Prepare for the Fall ACT /SAT 6-session course Important test-taking strategies Small Class Size with certified teachers Who? Class of 2012 When? August Noon 2:15 p.m. Where? How? Ursuline Academy Interested students should fill out the form below and return it with payment to the main office ASAP. Fee is $250. Space is limited. Students will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. ********Students will be expected to do work outside of class********* Student s Name Student s Phone # (home) (cell) Parent Signature Emergency phone # Return this stub with payment to the main office no later than June 30, Pfeiffer Road Attention Brenda Kahan Make checks payable to Ursuline Academy. You will be contacted by phone to confirm your enrollment. Direct questions to Mrs. Brenda Kahan, For Office Use Only: Date and time received
13 SUCCESS TUTORIAL ASSOCIATES INCOMING FRESHMEN SUMMER WARM UP AUGUST 15 19, 2011 STUDY STRATEGIES Discover how you learn best Evaluate your learning style Practice specific study skills using your personal style Learn the strategies you need to succeed in high school Goal setting Time management Note taking Reading a text book Test taking tips All classes held at Ursuline Academy (5535 Pfeiffer Rd.) Freshman Warm Up August 15 19, :00 P.M. 3:00 P.M. Course Fee: $ Deadline: July 15, 2011 To register: Call Claudia Schwartz or send this form and your check to: Success Tutorial Associates 5237 Autumnwood Dr., Cincinnati, OH Name: Address: Phone:
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