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Academic and Career Planning

Wisconsin ACP

What is ACP?

Academic and Career Planning, or ACP, is a student-driven, adult-supported process in which students create and cultivate their own unique and information-based visions for post secondary success, obtained through self-exploration, career exploration, and the development of career management and planning skills.

Why ACP?

Education for Employment was established in 1985 in response to the growing concern over the number of youth who failed to make a successful transition from school to postsecondary endeavors. s. 121.02 (1)(m), Wis. Stats., states that every school board shall provide access to an Education for Employment program. Chapter PI 26, the administrative rule for this program, was revised and became effective on July 1, 2004.  On June 30, 2013, Wisconsin Statute 115.28(59) was signed to require implementation of academic and career planning (ACP) statewide beginning in 2017-18 for pupils enrolled in grades 6 to 12 in a school district.

It was determined that rather than creating a new rule addressing ACP, the current PI26 would be updated and revised to include the required ACP components.

Reference:

Wisconsin Department of Instruction, https://dpi.wi.gov/acp

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ACP Component ACP Component Potential Student Outcomes
KNOW Self-Awareness
  • Set personal goals and begin the process of self-reflection to connect interests and goals
  • Critical thinking skill and self-advocacy skill development
  Academic Preparation
  • Selection of courses that align with interests and goals and prepares students for academic and career plans
  • Middle school transition to high school
  • Explore programs of study, career and technical education courses, laude and Advanced Placement courses, dual credit courses, and work based opportunities
  • Understand high school graduation requirements
  • Connect assessment results with post-secondary options
  • Develop an Academic and Career Plan
EXPLORE Exploration Activities
  • Explore programs of study and career pathways
  • Discuss career options with a career advisor such as a content teacher, counselor, or workplace mentor
  • Explore colleges and/or businesses
  • Engage in a job shadowing or professional interview experience
  • Participate in co-curricular activities
PLAN Career Planning Activities
  • Sets career goals
  • Researches career and labor market information to include salary ranges, application procedures, post-secondary requirements such as degrees, trainings, certifications, and/or internships
  • Develop strong interviewing skills
  • Cover letter and resume development
  • Explore work based learning opportunities such as employability skills or apprenticeships
  • Understands financial implications of post-secondary options
  • Complete the FAFSA
  • Explore college entrance requirements and apply for admission
  • Practice and take the ACT (Juniors will take the ACT on March 3, 2020 at the high school)
  Academic Planning Activities
  • Sets academic goals and stays on track for graduation
  • Aligns course selection with post-secondary academic and career goals
GO Management Activities
  • Meets with ACP mentor such as content teacher or counselor
  • Completes ACP that includes post-secondary goals, course planning, community and work experience, co-curricular involvement, program of study info, assessment results, financial planning, and inventory results
  • Creates a backup plan, "Plan B"

 

Additional ACP Resources

 

Find your Niche
UW System
Major Mania
UW System Application
UW System Placement Testing
Madison College
Wisconsin Private Colleges
MN Colleges & Universities
Big Future
College Week Live
College Portraits
Midwest Student Exchange Program
U.S. Dept of Education's College Scoreboard
Building Trades Council

Occupational Outlook Handbook

A publication of the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics that includes information about the nature of work, working conditions, training, salary, etc.

ACT Testing

2019-2020 ACT Test Dates and Resources

Test Date Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline
September 14, 2019 August 16, 2019 August 30, 2019
October 26, 2019 September 20, 2019 October 4, 2019
December 14, 2019 November 8, 2019 November 22, 2019
February 8, 2020 January 10, 2020 January 17, 2020
April 4, 2020 February 28, 2020 March 13, 2020
June 13, 2020 May 8, 2020 May 22, 2020
July 18, 2020 June 19, 2020 June 26, 2020

Lodi's School Code for the ACT is 501-115

Visit www.actstudent.org for further information about the ACT.

 

How can a student view his or her ACT score online?

To create a student account, click the link to the ACT web account, choose “Create Account”, and complete the necessary information.

In order for state testing scores to match to the student account, the first name, last name, date of birth, email address, and home address need to be entered exactly as they were provided on the student answer document.

If the matching fields provided during the account creation process do not match up with what the student provided on the answer document, then the student will need to contact Student Services (ACT-WebAccount@act.org) to get assistance with matching their scores to their web account.

Scores are loaded in the system routinely, so if the student at first does not see their results when creating an account, they should check back periodically within the 3-8 week period post testing.

ACT (Test preparation offered)
ACT Prep Plus
ACT Prep Class at UW-Baraboo
March2Success (Online study program offered through US Army)
Test Preparation/Review
Varsity Tutors
General Studying Resources (free)

Counseling and Student Services

Post-Secondary Opportunities

Family and Student Resources

AODA Resources
Columbia County Resources
Mental Health Resources
LGBTQ+ Resources
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Northwest Counseling and Guidance Clinic
Aspen Counseling Services

Emily Hendricks
High School Counselor
608.592.3853 Ext 4414
hendrem@lodischoolswi.org

Grant Lembcke
High School Counselor
608.592.3853 Ext 4413
lembcgr@lodischoolswi.org

Cathy Treinen
Administrative Assistant
608.592.3853 Ext 4436
treinca@lodischoolswi.org

Robyn Baron
6-12 Psychologist 
608.592.3853 Ext 4509

baronro@lodischoolswi.org