Mrs. Kaiser (6th Grade Counselor) Click Here
Mrs. Colson (7th Grade Counselor) Click Here
Mrs. Seperich (8th Grade Counselor) Click Here
Ms. Johnston (School Psychologist) Click Here
Ms. Tadie (School Social Worker) Click Here
Other Counseling Office Visit - Click Here
The mission of Liberty Middle School's Counseling Department is to empower all students to reach their fullest potential, to overcome barriers that impede learning, to be lifelong learners, and to be responsible citizens in the community through a comprehensive program that meets their academic, personal/social, and college/career needs.
- For updated 2018-19 Course Guide here.
- For 2018-2019 AIM application click here.
SOS - Signs of Suicide Newsletter
Guiding Good Choices
As children evolve from parent-pleasing little ones, to adolescents yearning for independence, testing boundaries and seeking peer acceptance, this proven effective four-week class offers tips for parents on navigating those challenging years. For more information about guiding good choices, click here
Academic/College and Career
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Moodiness can be common in adolescents, but if it last for more than two weeks it might be more than normal middle school blues. Here are some warning signs in recognizing depression:
- Loss of sleep or excessive sleep
- Loss of appetite or overeating
- Sense of hopelessness or worthlessness
- Noticeable change of behavior
- Alcohol or drug abuse
- Decline in performance of work, school, or other activities
- Reckless behavior
- Giving away favorite possessions
- Purchase of guns or pills
- Sudden happiness after prolonged depression
- Preoccupation with death and or dying
- Withdrawal from family and or friends
- Statements like, "You won't have to worry about me anymore," "I want to go to sleep and never wake up"
- Threats of suicide
What to do:
Your role as a parent is to watch for warning signs and seek help. If you are unsure about your child's behavior, speak to a professional at the school or call your pediatrician. Left untreated, depression can lead to other serious problems, including drug and alcohol use, relationship problems, academic troubles, and even suicide.
- CARE line: 24-hour phone line and email address where concerns about safety can be reported by students, parents, or staff. Calls remain confidential and anonymous.
- Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK(8255)
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