A recent Gallup study uncovered a 28% decline in student engagement between middle school and high school. Middle school is a critical time for self-discovery, developing confidence, and understanding why education is relevant to students’ future.
Naviance for Middle School is a college and career readiness solution that helps students discover during these pivotal years their strengths and interests, and see how they can help them reach their goals. It also enables individual learning plans aligned to students’ goals.
Welcome to Naviance Student, a comprehensive, web-based service designed especially for students and parents. As a parent, you can access Naviance Student to help your student plan for success after high school. You can view everything in your child’s account, as well as help them explore career interests and research careers, colleges and scholarships. In addition, you can add colleges to your child’s list of “Colleges I’m Thinking About.” In high school, Naviance Student lets high school counselors share information with you and your student about meetings and events, local scholarship opportunities and other college and career information.
How Parents Access Naviance
Use an Internet browser to connect to: student.naviance.com/aliefmid
When you visit the site for the first time:
- Click the I need to register link on right side.
- Enter the Registration Code provided in this letter.
- Click the Register button.
- Enter your e-mail address and create a password.
- Accept the terms of service.
- Click the Complete Registration button.
Letters with Parent Codes went home with ALL 8th grade students in September.
7th grade Parents will receive their codes in January when 7th grade complete the Career Cluster Finder to
identify their career focus areas.
After completing a career assessment and analyzing the results in Naviance Student, students in 8th grade will choose an endorsement and career cluster in September 2018 and create a high school four year plan in November 2018 according to the HB 5 Graduation Program: Foundation Plan + Endorsement requirements enclosed with this letter. Students will receive their high school course selection sheet and endorsement verification form in January 2019. Please make sure to review, complete, sign and return the high school course selection sheet and endorsement verification form. Please contact me for an individual conference or if you have any questions and/or concerns. This conference can provide you with a greater understanding of your child’s academic choices and future options. To schedule a conference, please contact me at (281) 983-8422 extension 24894 or email me at Tyrolyn.Redmond@alief.net.
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