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Academic All-State

Academic All-State Nomination

Principal’s Guide

Please gather all materials listed below before clicking the

link and filling out the electronic form! Deadline: January 31, 2022.

  1. Select the student(s) you are going to nominate based on the criteria.

  • The high school principal must be a member of NDASSP

  • Each School will be allowed one nominee for every 50 seniors based on the following scale:

Senior Class Enrollment

0-50

51-100

101-150

151-200

201-250

Etc.

Nominees Allowed

1

2

3

4

5

  • The leading candidate(s) are calculated by multiplying the GPA by 250 and then adding that to the ACT multiplied by 27.777 or SAT divided by 1.6.


After the allotted number of nominees has been reached
, the principal may choose to send another name for consideration provided they too have earned a minimum of 30 on the ACT composite.  After review by the NDASSP review committee, the candidate’s principal will be notified only if their status has been considered upgraded to an official nomination.  Schools are reminded to submit their leading candidates first as additional candidates for consideration may be limited.

 

  1. Give the students the link https://sites.google.com/mylcsd.us/academic/home to fill out their form.  There is no paper copy for the students. 

  2. Gather the following information about each nominee

  • Student’s home address

  • 7 semester GPA on a 4-point scale

  • ACT or SAT score (ACT Super Score will not be accepted)

  • Confirmation of student completing their online form

  • Electronic copy of student transcript with ACT score

                                                              i.      Submit ACT score separately if not on transcript

  1. Go to the links on the bottom of the second page and fill out the Academic All-State Form, by January 31, 2022. 

  • You will fill out this form multiple times, once for each student

  1. Applications will be reviewed, and selections will be made by the Contest Committee:

  • The top 10 based on the highest point totals to receive Gold Medals and be the First All-State Team.

  • The second 10 based on the second highest point totals to receive Silver Medals and be the Second All-State Team.

  • The third 10 based on the third highest point totals to receive Bronze Medals and be the Third All-State Team.

  • The size of teams may fluctuate. The committee reserves the right to do this based on information on the application and tie scores of total points.

  • All school winners not selected in the top three (3) will be listed as All-State Honorable Mention.

  1. By late February, principals will receive a sample news release that can be sent to local media for publication the first week of March. 

 

  1. Class A Gold, Silver and Bronze medal winners will be recognized at the State Class A Boys’/Girls’ Basketball Tournament and Class B Gold, Silver and Bronze medal winners at the Class B Basketball Tournament.

REMINDER

 

Principals: follow the criteria listed on the application, obtain all required signatures, and meet deadlines. Any application not properly completed or received after January 31, 2022, will not be considered. 

 

Contests and Awards Committee Chair

Stephanie Hochhalter, Assistant Principal

Lewis and Clark School District

North Shore Plaza

steph.hochhalter@k12.nd.us

701-426-3581

2022 Academic All-State Principal Form

2022 Academic All-State Student Form

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