Rebel Round Up
What’s happening this fall in the Counseling Department at MCC High School?
This year we are forming a School Counseling Advisory Council. This will be made up of students, staff, school board, parents, and community/business representatives. We will meet three times a year: fall, winter, spring. The meetings will take place in the Counseling Center at MCC High School. The purpose of the Council is:
- To provide a platform through which we can collaborate on how to best serve our students
- To identify student and community needs
- To make recommendations regarding the school counseling department’s response to those needs
- To advocate for and support the school counseling program
Forming this council is in accordance with the American School Counselors Association “National Model for School Counseling”. If any parents or business/community members are interested in being a part of this, contact me by email: email@example.com
Other things happening:
Rebel the Therapy Dog is happy to be back in school!
Financial Aid Night: Sept. 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the High School Auditorium, Seniors and their parents are encouraged to attend.
Career Expo: Sept. 25 for all Careers Class students at MN West in Worthington
7th Grade “Girls’ Group” will be forming in September. Parents will be receiving information about this. I am looking for guest speakers for this, so contact me if you would like to present.
October: “College Knowledge Month” meetings with each senior to discuss graduation requirements as well as college and scholarship applications
PSAT Test: Oct. 16, for Juniors who register. This is the qualifier for the National Merit Scholarship Program
Careers Class Presentations: assist students with their Personal Learning Plans
Health/PE/Rec Class Presentations: discuss mental health and suicide prevention
Unity Day: Oct. 23, The TEAM will be organizing activities. Wear ORANGE to show your support.
ASVAB Test: Oct. 29 for ALL Juniors
Nov-Dec: Meet with each Junior and their parents to discuss graduation requirements, college visits, post-secondary plans, financial aid, and more. Junior parents will get an email with information to set up a date and time to meet.
If you ever have any questions, concerns, or suggestions, please contact me. I can be reached by phone at 507-836-1702 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MCC Licensed School Counselor