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rebelMission Statement:

The Randolph Southern Jr./Sr. High School Guidance department’s mission is to provide academic, career, and social guidance to every student. Believing that they can and will succeed in every avenue in which they choose.

Services:
  • Some of the services that are and will be provided to your students through the guidance department are:
  • classroom presentations – homework completion, bullying, career/college exploration,etc
  • small group
  • individual counseling
  • Individual career exploration
  • College Visits inside and outside of the school

Counselor's Welcome

I would like to introduce myself.  My name is Tracy Chambers.  This is my first year as the school counselor at Randolph Southern Jr./Sr. High School but tenth year as a school counselor.  I reside in Springport Indiana.  My husband and I reside there and are the parents of three children-1 biological daughter and 2 adopted sons.  My three children graduated from Blue River Valley Jr/Sr High School and all took very different paths in life.  I received both my Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Ball State University.  My Bachelors Degree was in Social Work and my Masters Degree was in Counseling Psychology.  I worked for 21 years as a Social Worker for schools, an agency working with children and adults with disabilities, the Department of Child Services as a Family Case Manager and then as an Administrator for Anchor Families, an agency that provided home-based and residential services to youth.  Before coming to Randolph Southern, I was at Wes-Del Middle/High School for 7 years as a Middle School and High School Counselor.  I have also served as an Elementary Counselor in the New Castle School Corporation.   I am passionate about helping students and families.  I look forward to having the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of the students at Randolph Southern.   Some services that might be available through the Guidance Department include individual and group work with students, academic and career guidance and social and emotional counseling.  Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns.

Events

Important Dates

October 16th – 10th & 11th Grade PSAT Testing

Various Dates – Scholarships are due throughout the school year.  The Randolph County Foundation has quite a few different scholarship opportunities.  12th graders should be sure to check scholarship links.

Resources

Indiana Career Explorer: The Indiana Career Explorer is an easy online tool available to all Hoosiers to explore their career interests and skills.  Students can identify occupations, establish educational strategies and ultimately connect to employers through IndianaCAREERconnect.com.

http://indianacareerexplorer.org/

21st Century Scholars: Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars is a needs and performance based program that provides students the opportunity to earn up to a four year scholarship at an Indiana college or university.  The deadline to apply to become a 21st Century Scholar is June 30th of a student’s 8th grade year.  This would be the summer between 8th grade and 9th grade. 

21st Century Scholars night will be held on the evening of Wednesday, November 8, 2017 from  6 – 7 P.M.  Any 7th through 12th grader on the 21st Scholar track is encouraged to come.

http://www.in.gov/21stcenturyscholars/

Know How 2 Go: KnowHow2Go is a campaign designed to encourage students and veterans to prepare for college.  Explore the site to learn more about the steps you need to take to be college-ready.

http://knowhow2go.acenet.edu/

Indiana College Admissions Info: This site has a listing of most of the colleges in the state of Indiana.  It displays information about the admissions requirements as in the type of diploma needed, courses they recommend, and the average SAT and ACT requirements.  It also has Admissions Information such as deadlines, application fees, essay requirements, and often has a link to the application. 

The Simple Dollar: A college scholarship guide that has helpful tips, resources, and information about scholarships, accessibility of those scholarships, and value of getting scholarships.

http://www.thesimpledollar.com/college-scholarship-guide/

Jr. High Info

21st Century Scholars – Information is being reiterated on the page because the 21st Century Scholars program is such a great opportunity for those students who fit the requirements.  Students are to apply for this during their 7th or 8th grade year and must follow along with yearly goals during high school. 

Eligibility and Requirements:                 https://secure.in.gov/21stcenturyscholars/2525.htm

College Info

FAFSA Link:

http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

FAFSA is due by April 15th, 2020 for 2020 Randolph Southern graduates

FAFSA Workshops–Sunday, November 3rd 2-4pm Richmond HS Librarary/Lab

                                  Wednesday, November 6 5:30-7:30 Seton Catholic HS Rm 205

 Monday, November 11 3-7 College Go Sunday #1 Western Wayne County Regional FAFSA Day Golay Community Center-Club Room A

 Wednesday, November 13 3-7 Northeastern HS-Library

 Wednesday, February 12 1-6 Richmond HS-Library/Lab

  Sunday, February 23 2-4 College Go Sunday #2 IU East & Purdue Polytechnic-Tom Raper Hall, Room 218

  Friday, April 3 12-4 Richmond HS Library/Lab

These are available to all students regardless of where they reside.  Experts will be available to assist students and parents in filing their FAFSA.

  • rebelMission Statement:

    The Randolph Southern Jr./Sr. High School Guidance department’s mission is to provide academic, career, and social guidance to every student. Believing that they can and will succeed in every avenue in which they choose.

    Services:
    • Some of the services that are and will be provided to your students through the guidance department are:
    • classroom presentations – homework completion, bullying, career/college exploration,etc
    • small group
    • individual counseling
    • Individual career exploration
    • College Visits inside and outside of the school

    Counselor's Welcome

    I would like to introduce myself.  My name is Tracy Chambers.  This is my first year as the school counselor at Randolph Southern Jr./Sr. High School but tenth year as a school counselor.  I reside in Springport Indiana.  My husband and I reside there and are the parents of three children-1 biological daughter and 2 adopted sons.  My three children graduated from Blue River Valley Jr/Sr High School and all took very different paths in life.  I received both my Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Ball State University.  My Bachelors Degree was in Social Work and my Masters Degree was in Counseling Psychology.  I worked for 21 years as a Social Worker for schools, an agency working with children and adults with disabilities, the Department of Child Services as a Family Case Manager and then as an Administrator for Anchor Families, an agency that provided home-based and residential services to youth.  Before coming to Randolph Southern, I was at Wes-Del Middle/High School for 7 years as a Middle School and High School Counselor.  I have also served as an Elementary Counselor in the New Castle School Corporation.   I am passionate about helping students and families.  I look forward to having the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of the students at Randolph Southern.   Some services that might be available through the Guidance Department include individual and group work with students, academic and career guidance and social and emotional counseling.  Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns.

  • Important Dates

    October 16th – 10th & 11th Grade PSAT Testing

    Various Dates – Scholarships are due throughout the school year.  The Randolph County Foundation has quite a few different scholarship opportunities.  12th graders should be sure to check scholarship links.

  • Indiana Career Explorer: The Indiana Career Explorer is an easy online tool available to all Hoosiers to explore their career interests and skills.  Students can identify occupations, establish educational strategies and ultimately connect to employers through IndianaCAREERconnect.com.

    http://indianacareerexplorer.org/

    21st Century Scholars: Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars is a needs and performance based program that provides students the opportunity to earn up to a four year scholarship at an Indiana college or university.  The deadline to apply to become a 21st Century Scholar is June 30th of a student’s 8th grade year.  This would be the summer between 8th grade and 9th grade. 

    21st Century Scholars night will be held on the evening of Wednesday, November 8, 2017 from  6 – 7 P.M.  Any 7th through 12th grader on the 21st Scholar track is encouraged to come.

    http://www.in.gov/21stcenturyscholars/

    Know How 2 Go: KnowHow2Go is a campaign designed to encourage students and veterans to prepare for college.  Explore the site to learn more about the steps you need to take to be college-ready.

    http://knowhow2go.acenet.edu/

    Indiana College Admissions Info: This site has a listing of most of the colleges in the state of Indiana.  It displays information about the admissions requirements as in the type of diploma needed, courses they recommend, and the average SAT and ACT requirements.  It also has Admissions Information such as deadlines, application fees, essay requirements, and often has a link to the application. 

    The Simple Dollar: A college scholarship guide that has helpful tips, resources, and information about scholarships, accessibility of those scholarships, and value of getting scholarships.

    http://www.thesimpledollar.com/college-scholarship-guide/

  • 21st Century Scholars – Information is being reiterated on the page because the 21st Century Scholars program is such a great opportunity for those students who fit the requirements.  Students are to apply for this during their 7th or 8th grade year and must follow along with yearly goals during high school. 

    Eligibility and Requirements:                 https://secure.in.gov/21stcenturyscholars/2525.htm

  • FAFSA Link:

    http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

    FAFSA is due by April 15th, 2020 for 2020 Randolph Southern graduates

    FAFSA Workshops–Sunday, November 3rd 2-4pm Richmond HS Librarary/Lab

                                      Wednesday, November 6 5:30-7:30 Seton Catholic HS Rm 205

     Monday, November 11 3-7 College Go Sunday #1 Western Wayne County Regional FAFSA Day Golay Community Center-Club Room A

     Wednesday, November 13 3-7 Northeastern HS-Library

     Wednesday, February 12 1-6 Richmond HS-Library/Lab

      Sunday, February 23 2-4 College Go Sunday #2 IU East & Purdue Polytechnic-Tom Raper Hall, Room 218

      Friday, April 3 12-4 Richmond HS Library/Lab

    These are available to all students regardless of where they reside.  Experts will be available to assist students and parents in filing their FAFSA.

 
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