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Julie York, Dept. Head, Counselor Phone Icon 229-377-4003 Email Icon Email
  Malinda Dean, Counselor Phone Icon 229-378-1155 Email Icon Email

CHS Counseling Department Main Line: 229-377-2883 Fax: 229-378-1157

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9th Grade Academy Information: Click on Presentations link above for a

Powerpoint presentation & more information!

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Check out the new Georgia's College Connector Guide to College and Career Success!

Great Resource for all high school students! 

https://www.gafutures.org/flipbook/index.html?page=1

 

In a caring culture of trust and collaboration, the mission of the Cairo High School Guidance and Counseling Department is to provide high quality, comprehensive school counseling services to all students. Our programs are designed to help students develop and enhance their academic, behavioral, career, and personal/social strengths in order to ensure that all students graduate ready for college and/or a career.   Come by and visit the Counseling Department!  We are always here to assist!

 

2016-2017 CHS COUNSELORS

Mrs. Julie York - Seniors and Dual-Enrollment Coordinator, Counselor, Department Head

Mrs. Malinda Dean                  Counselor       229-378-1155      

Dr.Yvonne Stewart                  Part-time Counselor   229-378-1156

Mrs. Fannie Taylor-Johnson      Part-time Counselor        229-307-1746

Ms. Crystal Holt            Counselor         229-307-1747                                     

Mrs. Bobbie Ausburn          Registrar

 

Services Offered

High School Counselors offer the following services via a comprehensive school counseling program:

  • Academic planning/support interventions
  • Organizational, study and test-taking skills
  • Coping strategies
  • Peer relationships and effective social skills
  • Communication, problem-solving, decision-making, conflict resolution and study skills
  • Career Education
  • Individual and small-group counseling
  • Individual/family/school crisis intervention
  • Referrals within community as necessary
  • Consultation, collaboration and teaming with students, teachers, parents and administrators
  • Scholarship/financial search process
  • Parent conferencing
  • Crisis Management
  • Transitions programs
  • Portfolio development, providing recommendations and assisting students with the post-secondary application process
  • At-risk student identification and implementation of interventions to enhance success
  • Programs and services that enhance school climate

 

**These examples are not intended to be all-inclusive