ONLINE RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO FAMILIES
CLHS Counseling Department has online booklets and pamphlets at your fingertips. Click the link to see what SchoolShelf is offering.
The Counseling Office is available to assist students with their academic journey and personal counseling needs. Our counselors take great joy in discipling students not only in their academic and extracurricular endeavors, but in their spiritual journey, too.
Ms.Tami Brennan (email@example.com) walks with juniors (A - L) as they begin to pave their way toward college, and she also walks with senior students getting them ready for their next step.
Mrs. Terilyn Kirchenberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)works with sophomores as they begin their journey in self-exploration. She will walk with juniors (M - Z) as they begin to pave their way toward college.
Mr. Scot Walter, the Freshman Counselor, (email@example.com) specializes in working with teens as they make the leap into high school.
Mrs. Pam Rasmussen (firstname.lastname@example.org) works with students who have IEP's or 504's needing a little extra attention to be successful in the classroom.
Mrs. Ashley Lindsey (email@example.com) is the part-time Guidance Assistant.
This staff is dedicated to serving our students and guiding them to achieving excellence in all that they do.
On Tuesday, April 10, 2018, The Guidance Office put on an assembly on Stress/Anxiety. A teen's world today is very different than the world we as adults grew up in. In order for us to support our students, we also need to be educated. The week prior to the assembly, our faculty was trained on how to identify stress/anxiety and given tools how to support their students and ways to challenge them how to use stress in a positive way to make it beneficial for them instead of detrimental. The link below is the presentation that was showed to the student body. Parents--you are highly encouraged to view it. It doesn't replace the live presentation, but the information is very useful in having a conversation with your kids. Helping your student find balance in his/her life is valuable, and since we know that our world growing up was different, your perspective and wisdom brings value in helping challenge your child to handle stress in a way that is good for them. Acknowledge that what they are experiencing is real! Also give them the tools to overcome it.