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In the event of a counseling emergency:

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Lorain County Support Hotline/Suicide Hotline/Rape Crisis Hotline:   1-800-888-6161

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Mrs. McNichols @ 440-949-4222 * Mrs. Eschke @ 440-949-4224 during regular school hours

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Crisis Text Line: Text - 4hope to 741741

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Sheffield Lake Police-440-949-7131 * Sheffield Village Police-440-949-6155 or 911

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK

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The Lifeline:  Twitter - @800273TALK

Guidance Announcements

SUMMER SCHOOL INFORMATION

Brookside will be holding Plato Summer School which is online at Brookside High School with a teacher. The cost to attend our summer school is $95 for .5 credit, $180 for 1 credit, $255 for 1.5 credits, and $320 for 2 credits.  Registration is first come/first served.  Click HERE for the form to register.  Registrations can be turned in to the BHS main office on Mondays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Brookside Plato will run June 15th through July 10, 2020.  If you have any questions, please contact your school counselor - last names A-L contact Mrs. McNichols at [email protected], last names M-Z contact Mrs. Eschke at [email protected].  
 
EDUCERE is a Virtual Summer School program for students who need to make up failed courses.   Students must get prior approval from their school counselor.  Students must register before June 23, 2020. All classes must be done by August 13, 2020.  To register for EDUCERE, click HERE and then click on the proper course title, add it to your cart, and proceed to checkout. Parents or students can contact Educere's Personal Learning Coach at 1-866-433-8237.  Cost for 1 full credit is $99.50.   
 
A third option is TRECA, an online option. Enrollment is open through June 5, 2020 at 11:59 pm. Classes start June 10, 2020 and will end August 5, 2020 at 4 pm. Cost is $95 per .50 credit. Click HERE for information and registration.   Students must get prior approval from their school counselor.
Once again, if you have any questions, please contact your child's counselor.  Mrs. McNichols A-L 440-949-4222 or [email protected] and Mrs. Eschke M-Z [email protected]

TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF

There a few things that can ehlp you amnage the stress and anxiety many are feeling duing this "STAY AY HOME" orderhttps://health.clevelandclinic.org/5-ways-to-manage-stress-during-the-coronavirus-outbreak/ More +

College Visits Canceled? What can a Jr do to start their college search..?

Look at some virtual opportunities to check out colleges.
Go to each college website to see what they might be offering.
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College Credit Plus Applications and Course Authorization Forms

Mrs Mc Nichols and Mrs. Eschke will be filling these out remotely

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Stress and Anxiety During Physical Distancing

This can be a stressful time for everyone.  We have found several resources that we would like to share with you.
 
 
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The Joyce Ivy Foundation presents their Summer Scholars Program for young women

The summer scholars program provides scholarships for talented female high school students to partcipate in a summer academic program at one of our partner programs - some of the most rigorous and selective colleges and universities in the country.
Scholars receive a full or partial scholarship, based on demonstrated financial need, to cover tuition, room and board, travel expenses, and supplies.  The Joyce Ivy Foundation works directly with our set of program partners to combine Joyce Ivy scholarshps with additional financial aid provided by the summer program.  For more information - CLICK HERE 

Seeley Test Pros

Seeley Test Pros are now offering proctored practice SAT and ACT tests at their Lakewood office on Saturday mornings starting November 16th.

They aim to introduce students to the testing environment, provide them with realistic test results, and include a full diagnostic report for future preparation. Students can register for either an ACT or SAT proctored exam on thier website (https://seeleytestpros.com/act-register/)

From The Director of Selective Service

Every year, more than two million men turn 18 years old and are required by federal law to register with the U.S. Selective Service.  They may also submit their registration when they turn 17 1/2 years old, however, failing to register before turning 26 years of age will cause them to lose benefits for life that are essential for their future success.  Research has shown that those who neglect to register after turning 18 are more likely to never register at all.  Registration at 18 provides young men with access to college student loans and grants; job training programs; all Federal, U.S. Postal, many State government and contractor positions; and access to citizenship.  Simply put, 45 seconds online at SSS.gov can save a man 45 years of headaches and heartaches. See your Guidance Counselor if you have any questions.
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College Board Opportunity Scholarships

The College Board now rewards students for the effort they put in on their journey to college.  The College Board Opportunity Scholarships is a new program that guides students through the college planning process and offers them a chance to earn scholarships for each action they complete, including practicing for the SAT and building a college list.  Completing each step earns them a chance for a scholarship; completing all six actions earns them a chance to win $40,000 for their college education.
 
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JVS applications are now online

JVS applications are now online

Sophomores interested in attending the Lorain County JVS in 2019-2020 can access the JVS application at https://lcjvs.esvportal.com/applicationslogin.aspx Students should apply by February 14, 2020 for priority consideraton.  Students who want more information about the JVS and career opportunities offered there click here.  Please stop in and speak with your school counselor if you have any questions.

Stay in the Know Follow @BrksdGuidance on Twitter

We will be tweeting out updates on CCP, College Rep visits to Brookside, Scholarship information and deadlines

Registering for LCCC classes

Students taking classes online or at LCCC must:
1.  Meet with their Brookside counselor to complete a course authorization form.
2.  Schedule an appointment with their LCCC advisor to schedule their classes
Nicole Starkey

Career & Academic Advising Professional | Marketing and Outreach Initiatives
Lorain County Community College | 1005 North Abbe Road | Elyria, OH 44035

t: 440.366.7078 f: 440.366.4113  e : [email protected]

 LCCC website: www.lorainccc.edu

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Guidance Information

Guidance Counselors:
Students A-L
Mrs. Nienke McNichols  email
(440) 949-4222
 
Students M-Z
Mrs. Gina Eschke email  
(440) 949-4224
 
Fax Number:  (440) 949-2257

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