Author Archives: Ferguson
What is Naviance?
Dear Parent or Guardian, I am pleased to introduce Naviance Student – a mobile-friendly, comprehensive website that you and your student can use to make plans about colleges and careers. Naviance Student is linked with Naviance™, a service that we … Continue reading
CSRMS School Counselors want to say hello!
We are committed to encouraging, supporting and empowering our students to become lifelong learners. Our primary task is to help students by providing a counseling program that meets their academic, personal/social … Continue reading
Red Ribbon Week Oct. 26, 2020 – Oct. 30, 2020
Monday, October 26, 2020 – Make Healthy Positive Choices! Let’s sock it to drugs!! Wear fun socks!! Wednesday – Take care of yourself! Use positive self-talk (example: I got this! I can do it!) Love your self! Wear Red! Thursday … Continue reading
Duke TIP has notified us that they will not be offering programming (including the Academic Talent Search) for the remainder of 2020 through spring 2021.
People love to hear good things about themselves. Text or email a compliment, or tell them in person. Try to make the compliment as specific as possible.
Wednesday: Love your selfie
Everyone has something that makes them happy. Draw a picture or take a selfie with something that makes you happy. Post selfies using #loveyourselfiePasco
Suicide Prevention Week
Tuesday Theme: “You Matter!” Reach out to someone outside of their friend group and spread the feeling of importance! Remember to wear yellow on Wednesday, September 9, 2020!
Hello From CSRMS School Counselors
Hello from your School Counselors Mr. Snyder Mrs. Ferguson Mrs. Druschel, We are committed to encouraging, supporting and empowering our students to become lifelong learners. Our primary task is to help students … Continue reading
National Suicide Prevention
National Suicide Prevention Pay attention to the following signs: Talking or joking about committing suicide. Saying things like “I would be better off dead or there is no way out.” Writing stories or poems about death. Engaging in reckless behavior. … Continue reading