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Happy Friday!

At San Miguel High School, it has definitely been a great Friday morning in Campus Ministry/College Counseling. The Class of 2018 spent their day off completing their college applications!
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Attention freshmen families!

You are invited to a meeting this Thursday, August 24th, in the school library. We will meet between 5:30 and 6:30 to discuss how the school year is going so far, to learn more about PowerSchool (our grade management system), and to hear from an SMHS graduate. Dinner will be served. Call the front office to reserve your spot (520) 294-6403.
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Welcome this year’s Lasallian Volunteers!

San Miguel is extremely blessed this year to have two wonderful Lasallian Volunteers, who are living in community with our Lasallian Brothers and will serve at San Miguel throughout the year. Please help us welcome Ms. Jaclyn Ross and Ms. Jo-Ann Mullooly!
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Thursday 8/10

We all waste time-teachers, parents, students, and bosses. The goal is to reduce the amount of time we waste. Is there an App you use to help you manage your time? Share it with the Academic Advisers in the library today during break. You will not leave empty handed!
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Wednesday 8/9

There are only 24 hours in each day. When it comes to managing time everyone starts with an equal opportunity to succeed. The difference between success and failure is often determined by how we use our 24 hours.
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Tuesday 8/8

"How much time do you spend on your phone and watching TV? How about doing homework? Exercising? Managing your time is important and your Academic Advisers want to help. You are invited to the Library today during break to spend a few minutes figuring out how much time you spend on your daily activities. Your advisers hope you like candy!"
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Monday 8/1

"Time management is one of the most beneficial foundational skills you can possess. The essential components of time management are organization, prioritization, and scheduling. One small but useful tool is the "To Do" List. Nobody can remember EVERYTHING that they need to do on an hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly basis. "To Do" lists help you create order, prioritize, feel productive, and relieve stress by determining how you will use your time.
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