Celina McGee-Students A-C
Natalie James-Students I-M firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna Smith- Data Manager
Amber Nibe-Students SL-Z email@example.com
Christi Lowe-Social Worker
Jocelyn Williams-Students D-H firstname.lastname@example.org
Alice O'Kelley-Students N-Sk
SECU Scholarship Information & Application Forms:
SECU is also known as the "People Helping People" Scholarship. Below are links for further information regarding this scholarship opportunity. The counselor presentation will provide an overview of the scholarship opportunity including eligibility criteria, application forms needed, and how to apply.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR NEED ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CONTACT MS. WILLIAMS VIA EMAIL AT email@example.com .
Student Service counselors respect an individual's right to privacy and the confidential nature of information disclosed within the counseling setting. Information received from students or teachers will remain confidential provided there is no legal obligation to report and no threat to the student's personal safety or well-being. If any student reports abuse/neglect or discloses plans/thoughts of hurting themselves or someone else, the student and counselor will discuss the best approach to informing parents or guardians.
For the safety of our students, our department has a broad definition of what it means to "hurt yourself." This definition includes but is not limited to self-injurious and risky behaviors (i.e. suicidal ideation, abortion, illegal activity, cutting, etc.), mental health issues that require outside counseling, and various other teenage issues.
We encourage students to approach situations as a partnership between themselves, their parents, and the school. So that all parties can best support the success of our students, limited general information may be shared with other school staff for purposes of consultation and collaborative efforts to address needs.