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Lil Dale

 Wednesdays & Fridays

Every Other Monday

 

7th & 8th Grade  - Last Names L-Z

Sue Callahan

Monday - Friday

 

6th Grade A-Z

7th & 8th Grade - Last Names A-K

 

 

ACMS Counseling Program
 
The counseling department at Antelope Crossing Middle School is committed to enhancing the academic, emotional and personal growth of students.  Members within the department strive to develop comprehensive programs and services that contribute to a positive learning environment by involving students and their parents or guardians in the counseling process. 
 
ACMS school counselors implement a comprehensive and developmentally appropriate standards-based program for every student.  The Middle School Counseling and Guidance program adheres to the National Standards for School Counseling Programs adopted by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA).  The National Standards for School Counseling Programs facilitate student development in three broad domains: Academic, Personal/Social, and Career.  Counselors may meet with students individually and/or in small groups to ensure all students receive education, prevention and intervention in these areas.  We support today’s students in becoming successful learners and citizens.

Counselors are available to meet with students and parents by appointment.  The counseling center is open during the academic year M-F from 7:30am-2:30pm, or by appointment.  Students may come into the counseling center before or after school to request an appointment.  Parents may contact the counselors by calling the school office at 745-2100 or by emailing Sue Callahan  or Lil Dale.

 

Rudeness, Meanness or Bullying?

Frequently we talk about bullying as a global term for kids not being nice to one another. The attached commentary has a great explanation to see the difference between rude behavior, mean behavior and bullying. Too often, rudeness and meanness are mistaken for (and mistakenly labeled) as bullying, watering down the term. This article summarizes the differences and makes some good distinctions.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/signe-whitson/bullying_b_2188819.html

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