School Counseling

  • Family Media Use Plan

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 12/14/2023

    Whether your child will be receiving an electronic item over the break or if they have had one for years, there are lots of benefits to having a Family Media Use Plan. Click here to see the benefits along with some helpful links, provided by the Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative.

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  • Virtual Parent Program

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 12/11/2023

    The Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative is hosting a virtual parent program on Thursday, January 11th, at 6:30pm entitled "TikTok and Texts: Student Drug Trends." For more information and to register, please click here.

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  • Gratitude

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 11/20/2023

    With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it's important to remember that practicing gratitude is a healthy daily habit. For more information on positive psychology research as well as ways to encourage gratitude, please click here.

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  • Cyberbulling Prevention Resources

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 10/30/2023

    What is cyberbullying and how can parents help? The Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative has compiled resources for parents to help parents help their children. To access these resources, click here.

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  • Celebrating Red Ribbon Week

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 10/23/2023

    This week is Red Ribbon Week, a national drug abuse prevention campaign. Please encourage your student to participate in our HMS Dress-Up Days to celebrate making healthy choices, both now and in the future.

    For more information and resources from the Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative, please click here.

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  • Parent Program

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 10/10/2023

    Please save the date and make plans to join the Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative for their next educational parent program, "How to Have Hard Conversations with Your Teen." This program is for all parents and is being hosted in-person and via Zoom. Please note that a translator will be available in-person for Spanish-speaking families. To learn more about the program, click here.

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  • Parent Resources

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 10/3/2023

    What Is Bullying? Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance, and the behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.  

    Verbal, social and physical bullying includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose. 

    Parents have the power to help! The Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative has compiled the following information for parents: Resources for Parents.

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  • Why 21?

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/25/2023

    Nationally, alcohol is the most abused substance among teens, and the same holds true for teens in Homewood.

    Did you know that alcohol addiction is considered a pediatrically acquired disorder? Sadly, 90% of adults who struggle with addiction began using before the age of 18.

    Click here for information regarding answering questions and keeping our children safe and healthy!

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  • Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/4/2023

    September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Please use the following link to access prevention and crisis resources, provided by the Safe and Healthy Homewood Collaborative: Suicide Prevention & Crisis Resources.

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  • Join the Collaboration!

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 8/28/2023

    If you are interested in being a part of the Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative, please use the following link to access more information: Join the Collaboration!

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