SCHS Counseling Connections
Volume 4- November 2019
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VIdeos: (Promo Video) https://drive.google.com/a/stcharlessd.org/file/d/1R8CXa7pwr8xVnbWNR4glRTAdkj6p_2wH/view?usp=sharing
(Insight Video) https://drive.google.com/a/stcharlessd.org/file/d/165D1Sq6rxrYHjR56s2NKHFPldvVybE6y/view?usp=sharing
Shortage of Trained Personnel
Section 167.902 RSMo, requires that the department of economic development shall annually identify occupations in which a critical need or shortage of trained personnel exists in the labor markets in this state and provide such information to the state board of education. Upon receipt of such data, the state board of education shall, in collaboration with the department of economic development, compile the data and information which is available at: https://dese.mo.gov/college-career-readiness/school-counseling/legislation
Release of Student Information
**Written requests may be submitted to Amy Robertson:
725 N. Kingshighway, St.Charles, MO 63301 or email@example.com
College bound students are encouraged to take at least one ACT their junior year.
See below link to register now:
You will need the following numbers when you register to take the ACT here at SCHS.
Our School Code is: 262850
Test Center Code:176830
"Not My Child" Screening
Please join Compass Health Network, Preferred Family Healthcare, and Lindenwood University, on November 7th, 2019, 7:00pm at Lindenwood University Harmon Hall, for a free screening of "Not my Child." This documentarty explores different paths to recovery and looks at the disease of addiction. We hope that by watching this film families will feel more equipped to address substance use in their children, foster more open conversations surrounding substance use and find hope that recovery is possible. There will also be a short Q A with integrated health staff present.
Love and Logic: A Practical Guide to Working with Children who have Experienced Trauma
Early Childhood Educators and staff are invited to attend Love and Logic: A Practical Guide to Working with Children who have Experienced Trauma
Saturday, November 23, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Spencer Road Library Branch, Community Commons Room 243
427 Spencer Road, St. Peters, MO 63376
The training is free and Clock Hours will be available for those who qualify. A continental breakfast is included and our facilitators will address practical ways to work with children who have experienced trauma. Attendees must live or work in St. Charles County, due to funding constraints.
Available spots will fill up fast, so register early. Registration is easy, simply follow the link and sign up through Eventbrite or call Jeanne Spencer at 636.939.6200. Registration is open until Friday, November 15.
The workshop is sponsored by the Community Children's Resource Board, which administers a tax fund for children's mental health services. We are conducting the workshop to increase awareness of the impact trauma has on young children and to lessen stress on caregivers who work with children with trauma-induced behaviors.
St.Charles High School Counseling Crew
Brad Bichel: G-O Counselor
Sarah Scaturro: P-Z Counselor
Jordan Roche: Crisis Counselor
Dawn Tranen: Social Worker
Amy Robertson: Registrar
Sharon Stewart: Secretary