DHS Counseling

Newsletter

WELCOME BACK STUDENTS & FAMILIES

Your DHS Counseling Dept. wants to remind you that we are available for ALL students and deliver prevention and intervention that support the academic, career, personal, interpersonal, and healthy development of all students.

5 Ways to Help Your Child Have a Great School Year

As we close in on the first month of school, take this opportunity to check in with your child and see how things are going. The beginning of the year can be very stressful for new students, and especially for new high school students. Be as supportive as you can and let us know if we can help.


Want to know how you can help? Check out these helpful tips:

5 Ways to Help Your Kids Have a Great School Year

HELP! I HAVE A HIGH SCHOOLER!

New high school parent jitters? Being the parent of a high schooler can be scary, stressful and terrifying; but it can also be fun, rewarding and bring you and your child closer as you navigate this new terrain together. Just remember to stay calm and keep listening.


Understanding the teenage brain is helpful knowledge to have. Check out this presentation from Counselor Dr. Ken Jackson:

The Teenage Brain and What It Means

YOUR DHS COUNSELING STAFF

NEED AN APPOINTMENT?

Look at the counselor assignments below and call or email your child's counselor directly.
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CONTACT US

DHS Counseling Website

Counseling and Registrar Main Phone: 404-370-4187 ext. 2165

Davida Atwood, Registrar - ext. 2116, datwood@csdecatur.net

Bill Roberts, Graduation Coach - ext. 2170, broberts@csdecatur.net

Deborah Shadrix, Administrative Assistant - ext. 2165, dshadrix@csdecatur.net