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Magnet Cove High School Counselor's Corner

Welcome to the Magnet Cove High School

Counselor Center

The Magnet Cove School District Counseling Program follows the principles set in the ASCA National Model and the Arkansas Model. Counselors use programs and services to ensure that all students can achieve school success in the domains of academic, career, and personal/social development. 

  
The mission of the Magnet Cove High School counseling and guidance program is to prepare every student socially, academically, and emotionally for present and future challenges. The vision is to provide students opportunities and support to gain an understanding of self and others, to participate in educational and occupational exploration, and to pursue career-planning opportunities in a safe, caring environment. The counselors work in collaborative partnerships with students, educators, parents, and community members to empower students to reach their highest level as productive members of society.
 
 
     The counseling and guidance program is based on the following tenets:
 
  • Every student has the right to experience respect and dignity as a human being and to benefit from counseling and guidance services.
  • Every student has the right to participate in activities that promote self-direction and self-development.
  • Every student has the right to make choices and accept responsibility for these choices.                                                     

 

UPCOMING IMPORTANT DATES

We are gearing up for the final push for our graduation season activities. I am attaching a copy of the Academic Signing Day and Student Scholarship Award forms. Please read all information carefully and stay on top of deadlines and dates. 

Beta Club members who accumulate enough Beta hours will be able to wear a stole with your gown and tassel with your cap at graduation. You will need to see Mrs. Hudson to order these items if you qualify.

Honor graduates wear a medal, not a chord to distinguish them at graduation. They will be ordered through Mrs. Smith's office at no expense to the student.

Graduates that have earned Completer status will wear a medal at graduation.  They will be ordered through Mrs. Smith's office at no expense to the student.

Please see the student handbook for graduation attire policy. 

Academic Signing Day Forms are due in Mrs. Smith's office by noon 4/30/21. No late forms will be accepted, PLEASE DON'T BE LATE!!! Form attached.  Families, colleges and university representatives will be allowed to attend this year's event. 

Senior Scholarship Award Forms are due to Mr. Eskola in the main office by noon 4/30/21. PLEASE DON'T BE LATE!!! Form attached.

Josten's bills must be paid online. Please contact customer service at www.jostens.com/contact for payment. 

My office doesn't not handle payment for your bill. Cap and gown orders can be picked up in Mrs. Smith's office. 

Remember to watch your grades and absences these last few weeks. Don't slip up here in the final stretch.

Watch final deadlines for last minute scholarships that come up. Please be mindful so we can process transcripts and letters of rec in a timely manner.

Make sure all textbooks, lunch accounts, library fees or any other miscellaneous fees are paid in full. Diploma and graduation packet will be held until your balance is completely cleared.

  1. A few dates/events to remember:

May 11- Athletic/Academic Signing Day at 2:00 location will be determined at a later time (wear your college shirt)

May 4- AP Calculus

May 5- AP Literature Test at 8:00 in library

May 6-  AP US History Test at 8:00 in library

May 7- Seniors Last Day!! (IF PASSING ) AP Chemistry Test at 8:00 in library

May 10-14 Senior Semester Exam Week

May 12-  AP US History Test at 8:00 in library

May 14- AP Language Test at 8:00 in library 

May 15- AP Language Test at 8:00 in the library

May 21- Graduation Rehearsal at 10:00 AM and Graduation Ceremony at 7:00 both in the gym (ALL GRADUATES MUST ATTEND REHEARSAL TO WALK THAT NIGHT!!!) 

NOTE: Each graduating senior will be allowed to invite 15 guests to graduation. Numbers may increase depending on ADE and ADH guidelines.

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Update 04/12/21

 

 

 

Contact Carrie Smith

School Phone:
501-332-2490

Carrie Smith

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