School Counseling

  • Thought for the Week

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 10/14/2019

    “You must do the thing you think you cannot do.”

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  • Thought for the Week

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 10/7/2019

    “Look for something positive in every day, even if some days you have to look a little harder.”

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  • Thought for the Week

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/30/2019

    “Making mistakes is better than faking perfections.”

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  • Thought for the Week

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/23/2019

    “You live once so think twice.”

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  • Thought for the Week

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/16/2019

    “If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.”

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  • Message from the Safe and Healthy Homewood Coalition

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/12/2019
    "There is a silent epidemic sweeping through our nation that claims an average of over 100 young lives each week. Suicide know no social, racial, or economic barriers." ~ Jason Flatt Foundation
     
    For more information on preventing youth suicide, please click here.
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  • Thought for the Week

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/9/2019

    “You can always be a better person today than the one you were yesterday.”

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  • Message from the Safe and Healthy Homewood Coalition

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/4/2019

    On Thursday, August 29th, the Surgeon General issued an advisory on marijuana use and the developing brain. The advisory highlights many facts to discuss with your child. If you would like more information, please click here.

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  • Thought for the Week

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/2/2019

    “Hard work is a two-way street. You get back exactly what you put in.”

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  • Strengthening Families Program

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 8/29/2019

    The Strengthening Families Program helps parents and teens build strong relationships by teaching family members to work together and resolve conflicts in a productive way.

    The program is presented by IMPACT Family Counseling, in collaboration with Homewood City Schools, and is available at no cost to parents.

     

    For more information about this program, please contact your child's school counselor or click here.

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