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    Welcome to the South High Counseling Center
     
    Salina High School South Counseling Department Mission Statement
    The mission of Salina South High School‘s Counseling Program is to:
    • Recognize the uniqueness and personal worth of each student
    • Assist each student to acquire academic, career and personal/social competencies
    • Develop each student‘s skills, knowledge and attitudes needed to become effective students, responsible citizens, productive workers and lifelong learners
     

     
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    Counseling News...
     
     

    CHANGES TO THE FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

    Starting with Academic Year 2017-18, the traditional FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) submission date of January 1 will change to October 1.  Students enrolling for academic year 2017/2018 will submit a FAFSA beginning October 1, 2016; families should again use their 2015 income tax information.   For more information, go to: FAFSA Changes  Before students and parents can complete the FAFSA, the student and parent must create an FSA ID.   Click HERE for instructions on creating your FSA ID.  To create your FSA ID go to FSA ID Website

     
     
    Thinking about changing your Class Schedule? 
     

    August 22, 2017

     

    Last Day to Drop/Add a 1st Semester Class without Administration Approval

    August 29, 2017

     

    Last Day to Drop/Add a 1st Semester Class with Administration Approval

    October 6, 2017

     

    Last Day to Drop a 1st Semester Class with WP (Withdraw Pass) or WF (Withdraw Fail) on Transcript

    January 11, 2018

     

    Last Day to Drop/Add a 2nd Semester Class without Administration Approval

    January 19, 2018

     

    Last Day to Drop/Add a 2nd Semester Class with Administration Approval

    March 1, 2018

     

    Last Day to Drop a 2nd Semester Class with WP (Withdraw Pass) or WF (Withdraw Fail) on Transcript

     
     

     
     
    Counseling Center Staff
     

     

    PBD Director, Counselor, Dept. Head

    Lindsey Sellers

    lindsey.sellers@usd305.com

    309-3711

     

    Senior Class Counselor (Class of 2018)
    Heather Smith
    heather.smith@usd305.com

    309-3709

     
    Junior Class Counselor (Class of 2019)

    Amy Wagner

    309-3712

     
    Sophomore Class Counselor (Class of 2020)

    Jim Allen

    309-3710

     

    Freshman Class Counselor (Class of 2021)

    Melanie Goodrich

    melanie.goodrich@usd305.com

    309-3786

     

    School Psychologist

    Lori Thornton

    lori.thornton@usd305.com

    309-3719

     

    Secretary

    Joyce Billings

    joyce.billings@usd305.com

    309-3715

     

    Registrar

    Melanie Stavropoulos

    melanie.stavropoulos@usd305.com

    309-3707

     

     
    Our School Counselors...
    • Counsel students individually and in groups
    • Provide developmental classroom guidance activities
    • Respond to students‘ needs in crisis situations
    • Orient new students to school programs and settings
    • Work with potential drop-outs and other at-risk students
    • Participate in the referral process for helping students and families connect with community agencies
    • Analyze test results and provide information about students‘ abilities, achievements, interests, and needs
    • Coordinate efforts with other school professionals
    • Conduct conferences with parents
    • Guide students‘ school and career plans
    • Adhere to ethical and legal standards
    • Pursue opportunities for professional growth
    • Conduct periodic evaluation of the school counseling and guidance program   

     

     
Last Modified on August 3, 2017