CAMPUS BULLETIN – April 15, 2016

Registration for NMC’s ABE Program continues this week

The Northern Marianas College’s Adult Basic Education (ABE) program, which focuses on meeting the educational needs of adult learners, has announced the following revised dates for Session IV, which begins in mid April and ends in May.

ABE Session IV 2016 Calendar

– April 11-15: Late Registration M-F 9am-5pm, ABE Office in Building T

– April 11-15: Add/Drop Course(s) Week ABE Office in Building T

– April 13: First day of instruction

– May 24: Last day of instruction

New students and those who have been out of the ABE program for over a year must make an appointment at the Adult Basic Education (ABE) Office located in Building T to take the CASAS Assessment Test. This schedule is subject to change. For additional information, contact ABE office; NMC Building T or contact us at 237-6713. (PR)

SVES new student registration starts on June 20

San Vicente Elementary School new student registration for School Year 2016-2017 is scheduled to begin on June 20, 2016 for (1st grade to 5th grade) from 9am through 3pm in the school main office. To ensure your child is placed on the roster, we encourage parents/guardians to register during the above date and times. This will assist the school with proper placement for the upcoming school year.

Registration requirements: (All documents must be presented upon registration)

– Copy of birth certificate

– Original health certificate (from public health or any private clinic)

– Copy of an updated medical insurance (Medicaid, government or private insurance, or student accidental insurance from private insurance policy holders

– Map of residential location

– Copy power of attorney/legal guardianship (if applicable)

– Withdrawal form from existing school and copy of the most recent report card.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us 664-3981 through 84 or 237-3791. (PR)

SVES kindergarten registration period June 13-17

San Vicente Elementary School registration for Kindergarten for School Year 2016-2017 is scheduled to begin on June 13 until June 17, from 9am to 11:30am and from 1:30pm to 3:30pm. Registrations will take place in the school main office. There are limited slots available therefore we encourage all parents/guardians to register during the above dates and times to ensure their kindergarten child is enrolled for the upcoming school year. Your child must be 5 years of age on or before Sept. 30, 2011.

Registration requirements: (All documents must be presented upon registration)

– Copy of birth certificate

– Original health certificate (from public health or any private clinic)

– Copy of an updated medical insurance (Medicaid, government or private insurance, or student accidental insurance from private insurance policy holders

Map of residential location

Copy power of attorney/legal guardianship (if applicable)

Copy of report card or cerficate of completion (from any pre-school)

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 664-3981 through 84 or 237-3791. (PR)

AG’s Cup Speech Competition on May 6

The Office of the Attorney General is pleased to announce that the 32nd Annual Attorney General’s Cup Speech Competition will be held on May 6, 2016, at 9am at the CNMI Supreme Court courtroom.

This year, seven high schools will be participating: Marianas High School, Saipan Southern High School, Mt. Carmel School, Grace Christian Academy, Marianas Baptist Academy, Dr. Rita H. Inos High School, and Northern Marianas Academy.

This year’s topic focuses on the right to bear arms in the CNMI. The issue presented is: (1) Should the CNMI permit individuals to carry handguns on their person in public? If the answer is yes, argue whether individuals should be required to conceal the handgun, whether individuals should be required to carry the handgun open and in plain sight, or whether individuals should be permitted to choose whether to conceal or openly carry the handgun. In addition, outline any restrictions you would impose on individuals seeking to carry handguns in public; (2) If your answer is no, should the CNMI permit individuals to carry handguns on their person in public, please provide argument in defense of this position. The Office of the Attorney General welcomes the public to attend the speech competition and support the students of the CNMI. (PR)

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