Rudder Counselor Connection
We have so much to be thankful for!
I am grateful for the family and friends in my life, who love and support me in more ways than I can count. ~Mrs. DuVal
...family & all the blessings that brings. ~Mr. Geraci
Today I am grateful for time. Almost every day I feel like there's never enough of it, but it allows me to spend time with my students, my family, and my friends and I definitely don't take it for granted. :) ~Mrs. Vasquez
CLASSROOM GUIDANCE UPDATES
In 7th grade guidance students have been learning about Intrapersonal Effectiveness skills with relation to their own awareness of the dangers and impact of drugs. Students have engaged in conversations about the importance of developing a positive self-concept in order to help them avoid drugs and cope with changing behaviors among peers. Through this, students will understand that escaping through drugs is not helpful - it's hurtful! They will be able to make positive decisions and be responsible if they ever find themselves in a difficult situation involving drug use.
In late November/early December students will explore high school choices. Students will learn about the importance of Individual planning in order to accomplish long term goals. Students will then be able to make the connection between their decisions and long term goals and how those goals are a reflection of their personal interests and natural abilities.
Magnet HS Campus Programs of Study
Application Window: November 29 - January 14
Magnet Application link below
8TH GRADE FAMILIES - SAVE THE DATES!!!!
Thursday, Jan. 13th 2022 at 6:30-8:30pm
8000 Lobo Lane
San Antonio, TX
Students and parents are invited to learn about the endorsements, strands and corresponding courses offered at Marshall High School, in addition to extra-curricular programs.
MORE INFORMATION TO COME.
8th Graders VISIT the Marshall campus
Friday, Jan. 14th 2022 at 9am
8000 Lobo Lane
San Antonio, TX
MORE INFORMATION TO COME
Does your student need to attend tutoring?
Family Night of Learning was a HUGE success!
At the counseling station,
families learned about the importance of taking slow, controlled, deep breaths to help regulate your body in stressful situations. Below are directions if you would like to make one at home.
Family Night of Learning 2021
Character Counts Award Recipients
The Six Pillars of Character are the core ethical values of CHARACTER COUNTS! These values were identified by a nonpartisan, secular group of youth development experts in 1992 as core ethical values that transcend cultural, religious, and socioeconomic differences.
During this first marking period, teachers will be looking for students who are demonstrating the Pillars of Trustworthiness and Respect.
Encourage your student to join our new club!
COPING SKILL HIGHLIGHT
Home Access Center
The Home Access Center (HAC) allows parents to register students, complete data verification, access report cards, and track attendance.
(Your username is your email address and your password is the temporary password you received by email. You will be required to change it the first time you log in.)