Middle School Counselor
476 N Missouri BoulevardRogersville, Mo 65742Phone Number: 417- 753-2896Fax Number: 417-753-7716 Email address: email@example.com
Friday, May 14th: Information Presentation
Monday, May 17th: Parent Meeting, 6:00 at the HS (students will receive scheduling packet)
Friday, May 21st: Packets are due
Tuesday, May 25th and Wednesday, May 26th: Student will meet with HS Counselors
New Procedure to see the Counselor
If you need to visit with me, please complete the attached form.
I will make an appointment to see you depending on the level of need.
2020-2021 School Year
New Student Enrollment
Monday, Wednesday, Friday beginning on Wednesday, August 5th.
Call LRMS at 753-2896 to make an appointment
Students who are new to the district must provide proof of residency and current immunization records.)
All students entering 8th grade are required by the state of Missouri to have a Tdap, tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (Tdap) and a meningococcal vaccine (MCV) before entering their 8th grade year. Contact Middle School Nurse Tammy Fitzpatrick with any questions at 417-753-5227.
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL – MONDAY, AUGUST 24th
Ways to Cope
APPs for Mindfulness
Headspace: Free Mediation App
Calm Harm: Free App to Cope with Self-Harm
Calm App: Free Stress Reducing App
World Health Organization
COVID-19 Parenting Information
Meet Mrs. Byrom
While this is my second year working as the Logan-Rogersville Middle School Counselor, I am not new to the school district. I have been an LR Wildcat for 25 years (12 years as a teacher and 13 years as a student)! I previously taught English Learners (EL) grades PreK -12 and 7th and 8th grade ELA at Logan-Rogersville, 4 years of Pre K ESL at Monett, and 2 years of English in Honduras and Thailand. I am so excited about the 2019-2020 school year and the privilege to work with such a great group of LR Wildcats!
Middle School Counseling Goals
The role of the counselor is to provide necessary and essential support for students in the areas of social/emotional development, academic development, and career development. Each area of development has goals which can be achieved either through district wide, grade level, small groups, or individual programs.
Focuses on developing skills and strategies to help understand one's role as a member of a diverse society by learning how to respectfully interact with others and develop skills to deal with difficult situations.
Focuses on developing skills to assist academic and transitioning success.
Focuses on providing information about different careers, developing goals and creating a path to help reach these goals.