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Guidance Presentations/Handouts

Lynbrook's Comprehensive Guidance Program includes classroom guidance units for students and grade-level evening presentations for students and parents/guardians. Below is a list of services provided to families at Lynbrook by grade-level. Links in blue can be downloaded or connected to by clicking on the title.

9th Grade (Freshman)

Classroom Visit in October: Learning Style, LHS Resources, and Family Connection

- PowerPoint Presentation
- Study Skills Handout

Classroom visit in January: Resume building in Family Connection


-Sample Resume

Parent Evening in October

- PowerPoint Presentation
- Information Packet emailed via Family Connection

10th Grade (Sophomore)

Classroom Guidance - Career Exploration
Students will take a Career Interest Inventory then follow with a discussion of skills, interests, and values; Revisit Family Connection to update your resume.

  • Power Point
  • Handout

Parent and Student Evening - Topics covered include graduation requirements, course planning information, college testing information, summer activities, and developing interest areas commonly referred to as your 'passion'

  • Power Point
  • Handout

Special Topics Guidance Night (April)

  • Topics for this event change from year to year - more information to come.


11th Grade (Junior)

Individual Appointments - (Oct-May)

  • Introduction to a comprehensive portfolio to prepare for post-high school utilizing Family Connection
  • Do What You Are, a personality assessment called and understanding your type with relation to careers/college majors is recommended

Parent and Student Evening (November)

  • Welcome and General Overview
  • Packet of Information and Resources for College Research
  • Exploring Options Beyond High School

Special Topics Guidance Night (April)

  • Topics for this event change from year to year - more information to come.

Jump Start Junior College Research Overview (Classroom Presentation in April)

  • PowerPoint Presentation
    • Introduce college research tools
    • Assist students in starting to research colleges
  • Junior College Planning Packet available in Family Connection by Naviance under "Document Library"

12th Grade (Senior)

Senior Kickoff (August)

Classroom Guidance - Preparing For the Year Ahead (September)

  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Application Tip Sheet
  • Important dates and events highlighted
  • Students receive the 'Senior Folder' with instructions
  • Review of the college application process
  • College Recommendation Letter overview
  • Reminder to utilize Family Connection

Financial Aid Forms Night (Sept/Oct)

Mid-year classroom visit (January)

  • Power Point Presentation
  • Summary handout
  • Scholarship information
  • Mid-year reports and transcripts
  • Senior Awards