SCHOOL COUNSELING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Follow the Counseling Office on Instagram @RBHSCounseling and Twitter @RBHSGuidance for counseling announcements, college updates, ACT/SAT prep information, and more!Use this form (click on link above) to sign-in to the Counseling Office. Keep in mind, some questions may be answered easily by email. Students are encouraged to email their counselor when possible during COVID 19.Masks will be required when meeting with your counselor.
Rock Bridge High School Student Ambassadors serve as representatives of Rock Bridge to new and prospective students, RB families, and community members. They represent Rock Bridge in a responsible, ethical and professional manner, while portraying a positive and accurate image of our school. Students interested in serving as a RBHS Student Ambassador for the 2021-2022 school year need to complete the application form linked here: https://forms.gle/Yw4vSCBDDupt2uUC8 by Friday, April 23, 2021. Students who submit applications by the deadline will be contacted to complete a follow-up interview during the weeks of April 26th through May 7th.Computer Professions on Demand (CPoD) FREE CampJune 13-17, 2021What is CPoD all about?
• Stay on campus at State Technical College of Missouri
• Learn about career opportunities in computer fields
• Go on field trips to area businesses
• Meet other students and gain leadership experience through team projects
• Get free SWAG (stuff we all get)APPLICATION - due April 1, 2021PURPOSEThe Home Grown Intern Position’s purpose is to expose students to the field of education by allowing students to intern within the classroom. Interns provide support with students in academic activities, class room supervision and participate in lesson plans. This is a summer- only internship. The expectation is that you do not miss any days during summer school. Must be available to work starting, but not limited to, June 14th- July 23rd. Please be aware that there is no guarantee that the program will be in-person.
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Support teachers within the classroom during the summer school session.
Create and teach 2 lesson plans with the support of mentor teacher.
Provide classroom supervision.
Interact with students within assigned classroom.
Interact professionally with lead teacher and teachers within the building.
Attend training a kick off event and an end of the year event.
Promptness to work daily.QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum: Students between the ages of 14-17 attending school within Columbia Public Schools. Students should have an attendance rate of more than 90%, a 2.5 GPA and minimal to no office referrals within the 2020-21 school year.
Preferred: Students between the ages of 14-17 attending school within Columbia Public Schools. Students should have an attendance rate of more than 90%, a 2.5 GPA and minimal to no office referrals within the 2020-21 school year.
Ideal candidate: Students who are between the ages of 14-17 (8th grade-11th grade) who are interested in becoming educators. Students between the ages of 14-17 attending school within Columbia Public Schools. Students should have an attendance rate of more than 90%, a 2.5 GPA and minimal to no office referrals within the 2020-21 school year.To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
Connect With Your Counselor
Counselors are available to meet with students during their Office Hours, or by individual appointment during the week. If you would like to meet with your counselor outside of their Office Hours, please don't hesitate to reach out to them via email, or schedule an appointment through their Calendly link.
VIRTUAL CALMING CENTER (login to CPS Google to access)
2020 has been overwhelming in many ways, and many of us are feeling stressed, anxious, and unprepared to handle the load that this year has given us to carry. The Virtual Calming Center offers resources to help you find a moment of calm in the chaos. From guided meditation, to yoga, to creative coloring, the Calming Center allows a place where you can refocus, regroup, and reenergize. We invite you to take a few minutes to check it out and Get Your Calm On!
Newsletter topics include:
- How to connect with counselors in the virtual setting
- The BCMHC Checklist for students – open now until Oct. 30th! We want to hear from all our students so we can best support them!
- IPR grades and tutoring resources
- Tips for students and parents in e-learning
- Counseling lessons – where to find them
- AP exam registration
- Self-care student support group
- Resources for high achieving and gifted students in virtual learning