In light of not being in school this week or next, students will need to request electives for next year’s schedule on Monday and Tuesday, March 23-24.
The link will go live on the Kell homepage on Monday morning, March 23, and will be available until 11:59 pm on March 24.
During this window, students may go online and select their top 8 elective choices for next year. Students must select 8 choices so alternate options can be used if their top choices are unavailable.
Student's elective choices, along with their core registration from their academic core teachers, will be used to build schedules for next school year. Selecting electives is essential. These are courses you are choosing take. If students fail to select elective options, priority will be given to students who have selected electives and their schedule will be filled with the remaining courses available.
Students and parents/caregivers with questions are encouraged to contact their school counselor via email.
Starting Monday, March 16, 2020, Kell Counselors will be available Monday through Friday from 10:30am until 12:00pm via email to address questions and concerns from students and parents/caregivers.
During the district wide closure of CCSD schools, the Kell Counseling Department encourages students to complete their Bridge Bill survey through their NAVIANCE account as required by the GA Department of Education.
Please see below for more information about accessing your student's Bridgelaw survey
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Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19 the NACAC College Fair in Atlanta has been cancelled until further notice.