• Senior Newsletter GRADUATION SPECIAL 2022Important Information for 2022 Graduates

    Senior Newsletter Graduation Special 2022

     
    Dear students, 
     
    Please feel free to reach out to any of us (Mrs. Mohn, Dr. Brooks, Mr. Gross) with any questions or concerns regarding college, career, academics, and/or mental health.   You can reach us through an appointment,  Schoology message or an email.
     
    If you are dealing with anxiety during this time, here is a Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook that may help.  Please click on Link -  Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook
     
    If you need someone to talk to, feel free to reach out to any of your counselors here at Annville, or you can call the PA support and referral helpline for COVID-19, which is for people struggling with anxiety and other challenging emotions at 1-855-284-2494.
     
     Healthy Habits


    When is the time to investigate career paths?  NOW!  Every age is a good age to investigate careers and post-secondary education.  Please visit the Career & College Resources link for detailed information about the career-based A-C Graduation Project, the Dutchmen Guide (post-secondary planning guide), NCAA eligibility, career shadowing, SAT/ACT, and military enlistment/recruiter information.

    Want to discuss a career?  A college or trade school?  A problem or concern?  Make an appointment with your counselor!!!  We are here to help!


    Transcript Requests:  Please fill out the transcript request form and turn it into Mrs. Long or email the information to Mrs. Long at mlong@acschools.org.

    Recommendation Letters:  Please fill out the recommendation request form in guidance before asking a teacher/counselor to write the recommendation letter.  You should provide this form along with your updated resume (focused on academic, extracurricular, and community involvement) to any recommender, so the most thorough and informed letter can be provided on your behalf.


     
    Our Mission:
     
    As school counselors, we strive to assist students with their personal, career, and academic goals and aspirations.
     
     

    Our Goals for Students:

    • Develop a positive self-concept
    • Encourage responsible decision making strategies
    • Promote the development of personal and social communication skills
    • Reach academic potentials
    • Formulate a post-secondary plan
    • Investigate career opportunities


    In order to reach students effectively, the school counseling program is designed to include all of the following components:

    • Curriculum Component (Creating and delivering lessons in the classroom that are available to all students)
    • Individual Student Planning (Assisting students in their educational, personal, and occupational growth and providing them with a smooth transition into high school)
    • Responsive Services (Responding to immediate concerns of students including individual counseling, crisis counseling, referrals or consultation with parents and/or school professionals, etc.)
    • System Support (Providing leadership, consultation, collaboration, program management, and being a student advocate)
     
    All College Admissions Visits will be via ZOOM for at least the first quarter of 2021-22, possibly longer if needed.


    All College Visits will be on Zoom for at least the 1st marking period 2021-22
     
    Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021 1:51 PM Elizabethtown College Gretchen Camp 717-361-1164 text 717-482-1004
    campg@etown.edu  
    https://etown.zoom.us/j/97745417645 
    Monday, Oct. 25, 2021 1:51 PM Dickinson College Alexandra Fosbury   fosburya@dickinson.edu  https://dickinson.zoom.us/j/85379076980 
    Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021 1:51 PM PA College of Health Sciences Kelly Frey 717-947-6170 kafrey@pacollege.edu   
    Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021 1:51 PM Lancaster Bible College Lena Poff 717.569.7071 x5394 lpoff@lbc.edu  https://lbc.zoom.us/j/92639955778