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Making an Appointment
Services ProvidedIndividual Counseling - Students can request to meet with a counselor virtually. An email will be sent to students and families with the time and Meet Code, and the meeting generally lasts 20-30 minutes.Groups
- Submit this form if you would like to meet with your counselor
- All meetings will be held in Google Meets at this time
- The counselor will make every effort to schedule a meeting during the times you request
Friendship Group meets at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesdays. This group is drop-in and designed for fun, discussion, and game time. It is designed to help to build some social skills, but it is really a place for students to connect during this time. Students who are interested just need to email their counselor.
Deployment Group will meet on Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m. This is a chance for students to learn about the deployment cycle, some ways to deal with stressors or deployment, and connect with other students in similar situations. To join or request information fill out the Deployment Support Group Form.Classroom Lessons are designed to address the needs of students in the building for that school year. Examples of classroom lesson topics are grief and loss, suicide prevention, and body image. Counselors are recording lessons and teachers are presenting these during the student's Social Emotional Learning time.Academic Support is available to all students. Counselors can help connect students to resources, find new organizational and study strategies, and find the tools that will help them be successful in school.The mission of the OHIS counseling program is to promote student success in the school, the home, the community, and the world by facilitating resilience so students can reach their greatest potential.OHIS Counseling Statement of Philosophy (ASCA National Model)The counselors in OHIS believe:- All students have dignity and worth- All students have the right to participate in the school counseling program- All students' ethnic, cultural, racial, sexual differences and special needs are considered in planning and implementing the school counseling program