Director of Student Services

Beth Marks

Director of Student Services

Homeless Liaison

Students who need to fill out applications or forms that are in .pdf format may log in to their Shawnee District #84 Gmail account and use the DocHub app. Simply open a preview of the document and on the top center of the screen, just under the address bar, you will see an "Open With" option. From there, select DocHub and you are ready to go. The document will then be saved to your Google Drive. You must be logged in your Shawnee account to access this account.


It is never to early to begin thinking about college and life after graduation. At the bottom of this page (in the files section) you will find a file called, "High School Activity List." Please please free to use this document to help you keep track of all your high school activities. It will make life easier then you begin filling out college applications and scholarships. You may open the document up in Google Docs and save it to your Google Drive so you always have access to it. This file is open to all grade levels, not just Freshmen.



To complete the FAFSA on the web

The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. FAFSA opens the door to the federal aid process. Usually the FAFSA is submitted in February because you will need financial information from the previous year. Tax records as well as other financial information is needed. The website will have information about what is needed.

FAFSA information for completion

FAFSA pin#

Using this site will allow you to get a Personal Identification Number (PIN). Your PIN serves as your electronic signature and provides access to your personal records, you should never give your PIN to anyone. Be sure your PIN is in a safe place; you will be able to use the same PIN in the future to apply electronically for student aid and access your U.S. Department of Education records


NCAA Clearinghouse

Prospective student-athletes can register with the NCAA Clearinghouse online (the preferred method). You can also view the NCAA Division I and Division II initial-eligibility requirements. Students should register at the end of their junior year.


The National Junior College Athletic Association provides opportunities for student-athletes to continue their athletic careers. The NJCAA is divided into three divisions just like the NCAA. The schools who are members of this organization are two year community and junior colleges. After completing their eligibility, a student-athlete may choose to continue their academic and athletic career at a NCAA or NAIA school.

SHawnee Experience Survey (For Seniors)