Career & Educational Planning Guide  

Career Plan Survey

Career Paths Form

Career & Educational Planning Guide

District Career Website


“One hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the
“One hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was,
the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove . . . but the world may
be different because I was important in the life of a child . . . .”



 Sheryl Fender, Counselor; Donna Herrman, Registar; & Colleen Schieber, Counselor

Mrs. Colleen Schieber (last names A-L) 986-3187   
Mrs. Sheryl Fender (last names M-Z) 986-3188
Mrs. Donna Herrman – (new students & records)

Office Hours - 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Please feel free to contact us at any time about anything related to the progress of your children.

It is in the spirit of this quote that the BCMS counselors strive to partner with parents and staff in making a positive difference in the lives of the children we serve by:
·         conducting classroom instructional units pertaining to decision making, interpersonal relationship skills, and careers
·         assisting students and families with individual planning
·         providing responsive services and resource information


The R-7 School District also recently developed a career and college readiness website, located at http://myconnections.lsr7.org 
The website is a one-stop location where students and parents can gain valuable information on topics such as focused learning, secondary program of study booklet, Missouri Connections electronic career information system, guidance office links, the employability transcript, college information, resume and cover letter information. For more information contact Tawni Boman, R-7 career explorations instructor, at (816) 986-1125.

  Missouri Connections (web based Missouri Connections career planning tool used in class)

6th Grade Parent Information

Click here to view information about BCMS activities.

 Traditional Student or Advanced Studies Student Check List

    Understanding Safety on the Internet

  The Internet provides many benefits for your child.  Access to the Internet can improve your child’s reading skills by providing
   interesting materials to read.  It also allows your child to connect with places and materials available all over the world.  There are
   dangers, however, and this article presents some safety guidelines for you to discuss with your child or teen.




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