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Posted: Saturday, February 16, 2013 12:00 am

All high schools

Passport to College Program for Class of 2014

New information has been mailed from Delta College to those Juniors (Class of 2014) who joined the program back in 5th grade. Registration and testing for Delta College will be the "mandatory requirement" for this year.

Contact Delta College directly if you did not receive the letter in the mail. Check online for current information for Passport students.

Juniors who are a part of Delta College's Passport to College are eligible for fully paid tuition for up to 60 units if mandatory requirements are met.

Tokay High School

In the month of February, planning for next year continues:

Current Freshmen and Sophomores should have met with their Counselor; if they have not, they should make an appointment to do so as soon as possible. Juniors will meet with Counselors the week of February 19 to plan out their Senior coursework.

Seniors, Delta College will be on-campus Thursday, February 21 during 5th and 6th period. Sign-up in the Career Center. Don't miss out on your chance to hear more about Delta's campus and programs.

Additionally, some events will be held for incoming Freshmen and their families:

To Tokay and Beyond, will be held on Wednesday, February 20 at Lodi Middle School. A variety of programs will be showcased to give students an opportunity to preview the many programs Tokay High has to offer.

The following evening, Thursday, February 21, in the Tokay Cafeteria, A Night Amongst the Stars will offer parents a glimpse into the transition to high school, as well as a chance to hear more about the programs Tokay High has to offer.

Finally, Non-traditional feeder school students will have an opportunity to learn more about Tokay and register for classes. This event is for students and parents from area private, charter and public middle schools who live within Tokay's attendance area. Please join us in the Tokay Library on Thursday, February 28, from 3:45 p.m.-5 p.m.

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