Welcome - Mrs. Cooper's Guidance webpage

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    Welcome parents and students to Mrs. Cooper's webpage


    I am the Guidance Counselor for both 7th and 8th grade.

    If you would like to set-up a team meeting with your child's team of teachers or if you have any other questions, please feel free to contact me at the following.
     
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    610-282-3700 x6550                                                 


    Parent Programs

    Current Drug Trends
    Wednesday, February 22, 2017
    6:30-8:00pm
    SLMS Auditorium
    See Flyer below for more information on this event.


    Parenting Education Series offered by The Swain School
    Free and open to the public
    See Flyer below or click Here for more info and to register




    Past Parent Programs

    Parent Night for 7th grade Parents
    Thursday, September 29, 2016
    7pm in the Middle School Auditorium
    Presented by the 7th grade Teachers


    Topic: Academic Success Strategies
    Click here for the PowerPoint of the presentation

    Click on video below to see a short re-cap of the Academic Success Strategies parent night.







    Handouts for Parents/Students

    I added some tip sheets on various topics under the Guidance office Resources section on the left column of my webpage. Topics include, Organization, Study Skills, Social Relations and Test Preparation.  Please feel free to download and share these sheets.



    Website Links

    I have added many links to websites that may be helpful to students and parents. Topics include, study skills, college planning, career planning, anti-bullying, suicide and mental health, internet awareness, and drug awareness. You can find all of these in the Helpful Website Links section on the left column of my webpage. Check it out.


    Information for Parents and Teachers on the Scary Clown Phenomenon

    If your student is talking about the Scary Clown sightings that have been all over social media and in the news, please check out the document below.  This document from the Crisis Management Institute gives great guidelines on how to talk to your child about this situation.

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