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Student Services

 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!


We are getting to the end of the Fall semester. Students, please make sure that you are completing all assignments, making up any missed assignments, and finishing out this semester strong. ALL classes matter towards to successful progression through high school.

 

Student Services

Our Student Services Department works very hard to provide help and resources for students.  We provide a wide range of services, including classroom presentations, career planning, connecting to colleges, individual counseling, enrollment services, social work issues, and addressing medical concerns.  Whatever you may be going through, feel free to reach out to our staff, and we will try to help.

 

Name
Current Assignment
Email

Parrish, Shira

Last names A-Go (grades 9-12) Counselor

SBParrish@ncpschools.net

Curtiss, Philip

Last names Gr-Pa (grades 9-12) Counselor

PCurtiss@ncpschools.net

Outlaw, Christy

Last names Pe-Z (grades 9-12) Counselor

CCOutlaw@ncpschools.net

Silver, Elizabeth

Registrar

ECSilver@ncpschools.net

TBA

College Advisor

 
Jeffers, Damian

Career Development Coordinator

DTJeffers@ncpschools.net 

Moore, Amber

School Nurse

ALMoore@ncpschools.net

Kerns, Renee

School Social Worker

REKerns@ncpschools.net

Miller, Cindy

Data Manager

CWMiller@ncpschools.net

 

Telephone: (252) 937-9050
Fax: (252) 443-6689

About Our School Counselors

"The professional school counselor is a certified/licensed educator trained in school counseling with unique qualifications and skills to address all students’ academic, personal/social, and career development needs. Professional school counselors implement a comprehensive school counseling program that promotes and enhances student achievement.” (ASCA, The Role of the Professional School Counselor)

Your School Counselor may be able to help you discover options for your future.  We really care about all of our students and will try to help students sort things out.  We help students through all kinds of situations, offering genuine concern, informational resources, connections to organizations, and sometimes just someone you can trust and talk with.

 

About Our School Social Worker

The School Social Worker is a certified/licensed educator with a degree in Social Work and a license through the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. The School Social Worker is the link between the home, school, and community in providing direct as well as indirect services to students, families, and school personnel to promote and support student academic and social success. The School Social Worker is trained to assess and address the needs of students who may be experiencing barriers to academic success.  School Social Worker services include:

  • Assessment and identification of emotional, behavioral, and academic needs; referral to services to address identified needs
  • Implementation of procedures that address school safety, attendance, crisis response, and child abuse & neglect
  • Advocacy for programs and procedures in the school and the community that meet the unmet needs of students and families

The School Social Worker serves multiple schools so it is not on our campus daily. You may contact the School Social Worker by calling the main office or by sending an email to rekerns@nrms.k12.nc.us.


School Counselors, Privacy, & Confidentiality 

Counselors respect the privacy of information, always considering actions in terms of rights, integrity, and the welfare of students. Counselors are obligated by law and by ethical standards to report and refer a case when a person’s welfare is in jeopardy. It is a counselor’s duty to inform an individual of the conditions and limitations under which assistance may be provided. These conditions include harm to self, harm to others, or harm by others.  We want to help the student in jeopardy connect with people who are experts in dealing with those complex situations.