Student Services Newsletter

Southmont High School, November 2022

Google Classroom Class Codes

Please make sure to join the Counseling Google Classroom pages to stay up to date on different activities, clubs, scholarships, and other important school information!

Freshman (Class of 2026)—Google Classroom Code: dhfbhhv

Sophomores (Class of 2025)—Google Classroom Code: 6dowvay

Juniors (Class of 2024)—Google Classroom Code: pwcgzr3

Seniors (Class of 2023)-Google Classroom Code: qm7vurh

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  • November 14- Trimester 2 Begins
  • November 16- West Central CTE expo for all Sophomores and Juniors during Homeroom
  • November 17- Financial Aid Night for Seniors presented by InVested, 6:30pm in HS Cafeteria
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Senior Scholarships Available!

Check out Montgomery County Community Foundation for useful information on scholarships and online application! Deadline: January 13

Parke County REMC Scholarship

Applicants must be a son or daughter of a Parke County REMC member and have at least a 2.5 GPA.

Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship

High school and college students who are planning to teach in the State of Indiana for at least five years can receive up to $7,500 per year of college (up to $30,000 total) from the scholarship. Interested students are encouraged to act quickly as there are only 200 scholarships available.
Students should apply by Jan. 31, 2023, at

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Child Mind Institute on YouTube

Information and tips from the Child Mind Institute’s Family Resource Center are now on YouTube, delivered by our expert clinicians straight to your TV, laptop, or mobile device. Our videos help families support children who are struggling with a ​​​​wide range of mental health, behavior, or learning issues.
How To Support a Depressed Teenager | Child Mind Institute

Mental Health Moment

How to Handle Conflict with Friends and Family: We are human and we always have the possibility not getting along with our peers or even family. Knowing how to positively handle a disagreement can make or break a relationship and help to "move on" and grow from the situation. Here are steps that might help you in knowing how to respond effectively:

  1. Focus on the problem, not the person
  2. Us reflective listening
  3. Use "I" statements
  4. Know when to take a time out
  5. Work toward a resolution