Counselor's Corner


No Name Calling Week

Thank you for participating in the No Name Calling Week Door Contest. Congratulations to our winnners! Mrs. Bryans, Mrs. Giacchino and Coach Cousins!! Don't forget you earned a jeans day for your participation!
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Practice Kindness

National Random Acts of Kindness Week (February 14-20, 2016) is a 7 day celebration of kindness. On the surface, it’s a week dedicated to performing simple acts of kindness. But really? It’s an opportunity to make kindness the norm instead of the exception.

Why are Random Acts of Kindness important?

In a world where stress, violence, and intense competition cause us to feel disconnected, acts of kindness can bring us together as we find fulfillment and joy in thinking about and doing something nice for others. All human beings need affection to thrive and even small acts of kindness can touch someone deeply and make their day.

Monday, February 15th we are encouraging everyone (students and staff ) to share kind words/compliments to others, especially to those that you don't normally talk to. Tuesday February 16th we are asking everyone to bring in a canned good/ non- perishable food item to donate to The Caring Place. We will provide more information about the weeks activities as the date draws closer.

Life Vest Inside - Kindness Boomerang - "One Day"

Student of the Month

Students of the Month for January will be recognized on February 23rd. Please enter your names:

Congratulations to our December Students of the Month:

Ashlyn Camp

Divine Weaver

Sawyer Frost

James Hill

Margaret Bonnell

Lily Baker

Hailey Harrison

Ally Jenkins

Sarah Porter

Broden Suggs

Miracle Hunter

Marc Rivera

Riley Greer

James Martin

Hailey Helvick

Emily Rhoades

Jeremaih Evans

Tabitha Bessette

Arkisha Williams

Alyssa Porter

Jonathan Thrash

Isaac Newell

Kaleigh Cronic

Aliya Baig

Tristan Mayweather

Jaycob Fryzel

Christopher Walls

Grayson Jarman

Small Group Counseling

We are offering a 7th grade study skills group. We are always open to suggestions for small groups. If you have other students you feel would benefit from group counseling or see a need for a specific topic let us know: