Revision:Lesson 1: Results of our 10th grade lesson targeting Soft Skills and Career exploration show an increase in students perception of understanding what soft skills are and awareness of career interest. Pretest results showed that 16% of students indicated that they knew what soft skills were. After the lesson, post-assessment results indicated that 97% could identify what soft skills were. Our 10th grade student also demonstrated improvement in displaying appropriate soft skills by decreasing overall behavior infraction percentage by 17%. After the lessons concluded, outcome data results showed a decrease from 1,576 to 1,313 infractions during semester 2. While we did not meet our outcome goal to decrease the number of behavior infractions by 20%, we were close. Our lesson was effective for most students and increased awareness of the importance to demonstrate appropriate soft skills. In reviewing our results, we determine that students who demonstrated multiple infractions prior to the lesson still exhibited negative soft skills after the instruction. These implications lead us to determine that to improve outcomes for these students additional intervention is needed. Moving forward we will continue to implement this lesson to our 10th students, however we will also provide additional small group intervention to students who do not show improvement after 6 weeks of the lessons. We will target these students by implementing lessons in a small group. Lesson 2: Last school year we committed to increasing college acceptance for our seniors. We gathered data in the Fall to determine what percentage of seniors planned to file for FAFSA and Scholarships. We also gathered data to determine what our seniors planned to do after high school. Fall Pre-test results showed that 37% of our seniors planned to continue their education at a 2/4 year trade school or college and 36% were still undecided. Due to our student results, we implemented a lesson targeting the College admissions process, applications and acceptance. All seniors were provided this lesson and post-test results indicated that 77%, a 40% increase of students planned to attend a 2 year college/trade school or 4 year university. Our outcome data based on National Clearing House for 2016 indicated that 55% of our students enrolled in a 2 year or 4 year college and attended. Our lesson was found to be effective helping students identify their potential and options for higher education. We will implement this lesson, however we will adjust by giving our lesson to Juniors to help students begin their senior year with greater knowledge of the application process. While 77% of students perceived that they planned to attend college outcome data from the NCH reported only 55% percent attended. We will also work to survey students throughout the year to determine which students met their goal of applying to college and identify which students still need small group intervention. Lesson 3: Last school year our counseling team identified that 32% of our students identified as planning to file for FAFSA and that 40% of our students indicated they were planning to apply for scholarships. Since we have a 60% low income rate, we determined this as an area needed to target. After implementing our FAFSA completion lesson our post-test results indicated a increase in student application for FAFSA. While our pre-test indicated only 32% of students planned to apply for FAFSA 70% of our students did. To implement our FAFSA lesson we held a Senior Future planning day for all senior. On October 6th, seniors reported to a FAFSA lesson and College Application Workshop. All 400 seniors were provided with instructions for FAFSA completion and guided through completion of the student portion of the application. Following the lesson a parent link which includes a phone call, email and text blast was sent to all senior parents sharing that their student had completed their first portion and that we encourage them to work with their students to complete the application. We also invited all students and parents needing additional assistance to attend evening FAFSA workshops. Our 70% FAFSA completion rate was a significant improvement and showed our lesson and workshop to be effective. After analyzing growth, we will continue this lesson, however, we believe that we again need to target juniors in the spring. We also plan to have students complete a midterm survey in January to identify the 30% of students who have not filed for FAFSA and provide small group or individual support to help ensure finances for post-secondary plans have been considered and secured.