Honea Path Middle School Counseling

Welcome to the Honea Path Middle School Counseling Department !

Welcome to the HPMS School Counseling Department. Our program is comprehensive and designed to promote the academic, social/emotional, and career development of all students. We support students in making choices which will pave the way to success during and beyond high school.

Would you like to submit a referral or set up an individual meeting with Mrs. Miller?

ANNOUNCEMENTS !

  • 7th Grade: October 1st Trip to Tri-County Tech.
  • Classroom lessons on Bullying with Mrs. Miller on Oct. 16, 18, and 21.
  • Oct. 28-Nov.1- Red Ribbon Week/ Spirit week

Bullying

Do feel like you are being bullied or feel like you have seen a friend being bullied?

Click here to submit your concern to Mrs. Miller

Individual Meeting

Need someone to talk to about social, emotional, academic issues?

Click here to let Mrs. Miller know & she will schedule a meeting with you!

Naviance

This is a school wide site that helps students/parents search college and career resources

Click HERE for the link to the Naviance Site

Students will use their regular chromebook logins to access this helpful!

COMPONENTS OF A COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL COUNSELING PROGRAMThe Powdersville High School Counseling Department provides a comprehensive school counseling program that consists of the following four components:1. School Counseling Curriculum – Structured developmental experiences presented systematically through classroom and small group activities.a. Purpose – student awareness, skill development, and skill applicationb. Areas Addressed – personal/social development, academic development, and career development.2. Individual Planning – Activities that help all students plan, monitor, and manage their own learning as well as their personal and career development.a. Purpose – student planning and goal settingb. Areas Addressed i. Personal and Social Planning: healthy self-concepts, short and long term goals ii. Academic Planning: study skills, academic requirements and opportunities, test requirements and use of test scores, appropriate course selection, lifelong learning iii. Career Planning: labor market information, preparation requirements and opportunities, job options3. Responsive Services – Activities that meet the immediate needs and concerns of studentsa. Purpose – prevention and interventionb. Areas Addressed i. Academic Concerns – study skills ii. School-related Concerns – tardiness, absences, misconduct, dropouts iii. Personal Concerns – social and family relationships, grief/loss/death, substance abuse4. System Support – Management activities that establish, maintain, and enhance the total program.a. Purpose – program delivery and supportb. Areas Addressed i. School Counseling Program Development ii. Parent Education iii. Teacher and Administrator Consultation iv. Staff development for educators v. School improvement planning vi. Counselor’s professional development vii. Research and publishing viii. Community outreach ix. Public relationsThe Powdersville High School Counseling Department also provides many support areas:o Student Enrollmento Course Scheduling - changes and reviewso Progress Reports and Report Cardso Standardized Testingo Student Record files for current and former studentso Parent Teacher Conferenceso College Research, applications, and scholarship informationo Financial Aid Informationo Information regarding the Military/Armed Serviceso Transfer to Alternative Schoolso Career Exploration and Development