The HHS Counseling department provides a comprehensive, developmental, data-driven counseling program that encourages students to become life-long learners, problem solvers, and productive citizens. We will collaborate with community members, parents, and staff to promote our program which focuses on academic, college and career readiness, and personal/social development in every student. HHS school counselors stive to empower all students to reach their highest potential by fostering a positive, supportive, and culturally sensitive program while ensuring a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment. HHS school counselors will adhere to the ASCA Ethical Standards in order to maintain integrity and leadership.
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Rising 9th Grade Information (Class of 2026)
Welcome to HHS rising 8th Graders! We look forward to having you at the high school and want to make this transition as easy as possible! You will see the documents below that were given to the students. Please feel free to email Mrs. Goss with any questions- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parent Night Video-Feb 22nd
Please join the class Remind by last name:
Text to 81010
Last Names A-J-@HHS20261
Last Names K-R-@HHS20262
Last Names S-Z-@HHS20263
9th Grade Information (Class of 2025)
9th Grade Class Remind
Students with the Last Names of A-I: @2025a-i to 81010
Students with the Last Names of J-Q: @2025j-q to 81010
Students with the Last Names of R-Z: @2025r-z to 81010
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10th Grade Information
11th Grade Information
Congratulations! You are now a Junior in High School.
12th Grade Information
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DCS Department of Mental Health:
We are thankful for our Department of Mental Health through DCS. Please review their website for any Mental Health tips and links. There is also a full list of Counseling Resources and other information listed under Documents to the left.
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tional Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Available 24 hours everyday or 1-800-273-TALK
Crisis Text Line-Text "TN" to 741 741
Suicide Prevention Lifeline for Hearing and Speech Impaired
The National Hopeline Network
Region IV Mobile Crisis Team
Mental Health Referral List:
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