Advanced Technology Academy Decision Day: The Mountains We're Moving
Help me give my students technology, like a Chromebook and a mini fridge, that they will be able to take into their post secondary journey. We will be raffling these prizes away during our Decision Day event.
ATA boasts a spirited, diverse group of seniors this year. Many of them are first-generation students, but that has not stopped them in their zeal to pursue a post-secondary education. From the flurry of applications we sent in during Michigan College Month in October, to the FAFSA completion and scholarship applications they worked on through the winter, our seniors have been driven and unstoppable. They have already surpassed previous ATA graduating classes in the amount of scholarship money they have earned.
Our Seniors are a close-knitted group who have gone out of their way to provide emotional and academic support to each other.
It has been our honor to provide additional support, encouragement, and information to them through this process.
We will be raffling the items listed as part of our Decision Day event here at ATA. Students will be announcing their post-secondary plans, and then engaging in several activities which will earn them a raffle ticket. Seniors will be able to pick which prize they want to enter for.
The raffle will be a means to check off one item on a long list they will need as they pursue various endeavors.
They and their families have worked very hard to get them to where they are now. They, and we, are so appreciative of any generosity that helps them move closer to their goals and dreams.
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