ATTENTION 6TH GRADE STUDENTS AND PARENTS!
It is again the time of the year when we meet with 6th Grade students and their parents/guardians to plan for their future success in Junior High.
This College and Career Readiness (CCR) Conference will take about 30 minutes and should include the student AND their parents.
We are required to complete the CCR form for the Junior High School that serves your home address. If you plan to apply to a different school than this, we can also complete the form for that school during the same conference. If this is the case, may we suggest you contact the desired school to apply for boundary exception as soon as possible.
If your child will NOT be attending an Ogden School District school (Mound Fort, Mount Ogden, or Highland), please contact us to let us know. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use the following link to sign up for a time for your child’s CCR Conference.
Mr. Dorian Stoker, Counselor
Ms. Brie Allred, Counseling Intern
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Helpful Sites on Safe Technology Use
While, from the perspective of the guardian, limiting technology-based interactions during the summer appears to be in the best interest of a child or teen, it's important to understand the positive and negative impacts this may bring about. In this vacation-themed blog, we'll explore how to effectively integrate healthy technology practices into a summer routine.
Today’s children are growing up in a high-tech world. According to a 2015 national survey by Common Sense Media, 53 percent of children 8 to 12 have their own tablet, and 24 percent have their own smartphone.
Parent/Family Help Resources
School counselors are advocates for students. They seek to build relationships to help students grow emotionally, socially and academically. Counselors are first and foremost here to support student academic and learning development, helping students achieve school success. Second, life and career development, which helps students focus on future life and career goals. Counselors work to provide an awareness of multicultural and global citizenship to allow students to see opportunity in the ever evolving global communities. Finally, the school counselor provides social and emotional support allowing students to develop resiliency and strength as they work towards their future. Your school counselor is in the school to support you!
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