Maplewood High School - School Counselor
 


Ms. Stacey Best
Stacey.best@neomin.org
330-637-8466
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Guidance Curriculum, Responsive Services, Individual Planning, & Systems Support
for
Academic, Career, and Social/Emotional Development
 
School Counseling Program

Our Mission is to offer a quality, research-based, and developmentally-appropriate counseling program for all students in order to provide them with skills for success in academic, career, and personal/social domains.

Our Goals are:
  • To help all students develop the abilities necessary to make carefully considered decisions in personal, social, career and educational matters
  • To help students, parents, teachers, and administrators deal with problems within the classroom and the wider school environment
  • To support parents in developing the understanding and skills necessary to help their children with personal/social, educational, and career decisions
  • To support faculty and administrators in using a proactive, wellness-oriented approach that will promote a safe educational environment for all students
Crisis Text Line
Text "4hope" to 741741
to reach the Crisis Text Line
Provided through the Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Board 
Announcements
Any student or parent who would like to receive text updates about College Credit Plus, Scholarships and other important information please sign up with Ms. Best for Remind.com a texting service for s

 
College Representatives will be available for Seniors and Juniors to meet with starting in September. Please pay attention to morning announcements for updates on representatives who will be stopping by.
 
Seniors are permitted TWO college visits a year excused. Please see Ms. Best prior to your school visit date to schedule. No more than 3 students can visit a university at one time on one date.
 
Don't forget to sign up to take your ACT if you have not already!!! Fee Waivers for students on free and reduced lunch are available in the guidance office.
 
 
College Credit Plus is an opportunity for students in grades 7-12 to earn college credits. Information will be made available in the Spring for the upcoming year.
 
 In Case of a Mental Health Emergency, call the Help Hotline at 330-747-2696 or dial 9-1-1
2414 Greenville Road      Cortland, Ohio 44410      PH 330-637-8466      Fax 330-637-0496
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