School Counseling

  • Bullying Awareness & Prevention Month

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 10/8/2021

    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! Learn more information, provided by the Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative, by clicking here.

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  • Social Media Regrets

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/14/2021

    Our children are growing up in a digital world. Although they are digital natives, they are NOT naturally equipped with the skills to navigate that world. For more tips and information from the Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative on how to be your child's digital support system, click here.

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  • Preventing Youth Suicide

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/3/2021

    September is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month. We have HOPE because we can learn the warning signs of suicide and resources for help. We have HOPE because we can trust our gut when something does not feel right. We have HOPE because we can take the first step and start the conversation. "I'm worried about you. Tell me what's going on." Together, we have HOPE that we can prevent youth suicide.


    For more information and resources provided by our Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative, please click here

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  • Free Family Support Program

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/2/2021

    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. We are excited to share that this program will continue to be available to our families for the 2021-2022 school year through virtual one-on-one sessions. 

    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, please click here.

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  • Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 9/1/2021

    The Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative believes in tapping into the power of "many minds" to find ways to make Homewood safer and healthier for our children and youth. Parents and community organizations come together to develop ideas for parent education programs, newsletters, and social media posts. The primary focus areas are youth alcohol and drug abuse prevention, suicide awareness and prevention, and social media safety. This group talks about what we are doing, and what we can do, to make Homewood safer and healthier. All are welcome!


    For more information about the Safe & Healthy Homewood Collaborative and how to get involved in this group, please click here.

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  • Tips for a Safe & Healthy Summer

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 5/27/2021

    Summer means more freedom for youth, which can lead to an increase in experimentation with tobacco, alcohol, or other drugs. Parents are the strongest influence in their child's life. We hope that the tips linked below from the Safe & Healthy Homewood Coalition will help you and your family enjoy a safe and healthy summer!


    Let the Summer Fun Begin!

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  • Wellness Wednesday

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 5/26/2021

    List 10 things you are grateful for as you finish up this year. We are grateful we have had the opportunity to get to know all of our amazing students this year and we wish only the best for them moving forward!

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  • Motivation Monday

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 5/24/2021

     “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?”

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  • Fun Friday

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 5/21/2021

    Draw a picture of your mental vacation. Where can go in your brain when you feel nervous, anxious, or worried?

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  • Wellness Wednesday

    Posted by AnnaGrace Baldwin on 5/19/2021

    Don’t forget to sleep! Getting enough sleep helps you grow and develop normally, pay attention throughout the day, and maintain overall health. For teens, this means about 8-10 hours each night.

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