Counselors: Administrative Assistant:
Kimberly Radley (A-J) Christine Tamborini
p 207.685.4923 ext.1070 207.685.4923 ext.1025
f 207.685.9597 f 207.685.9597
Sara Chisholm (K-Z)
p 207.685.4923 ext.1048
Professional school counselors address the needs of students through the implementation of a comprehensive, standards-based, developmental school counseling program. MCHS counselors work with all students, including those who are considered at-risk and those with special needs. We are specialists in adolescent behavior and relationships and provide assistance to students through four primary interventions: counseling (individual and small group), large group guidance, consultation, and coordination.
Above all, school counselors are student advocates who consult and collaborate with teachers, administrators, and families to help students be successful. School counselors are an integral part of all school efforts to insure a safe learning environment and safeguard the human rights of all members of the school community.
Professional school counselors meet the state certification/licensure standards and abide by the state laws. To assure high quality practice, school counselors are committed to continued professional growth and personal development. We are proactively involved in professional organizations that foster and promote school counseling at the local, state, and national levels. We uphold the ethical and professional standards of these associations and promote the development of the school counseling profession.
To make an appointment to see your counselor, please contact Christine Tamborini, guidance secretary at 685-4923 ext. 1025
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Future Teachers Academy at Thomas College
Open to Maine high school juniors, the Future Teachers Academy will take place on June 19 at Thomas College. Students who are interested in exploring the field of education will be able to participate in a daylong, hands-on and experimental teaching environment. Students will get a chance to participate in workshops, create projects and tour the College. This is free and includes morning snacks and lunch. Students who attend this workshop and apply to Thomas College will receive a $1,000 scholarship toward their first semester. Register online at www.thomas.edu/future-teacher-academy. Transportation is not provided.
Readfield resident on Route 41 close to the Readfield Family Market looking for student helper to help with shoveling of walkway, mailbox and roof raking. On an as needed basis. Please call Diane Poulin at 685-9901.
Maine Youth Wilderness Leadership Program
The Maine Youth Wilderness Leadership program has been cultivating and inspiring the next generation of Maine's environmental leaders since 2009. The program includes a nine-day backpacking trip in Baxter State park with the opportunity to study wilderness through science, art, literature, storytelling, photography, history and more. Current sophomore and juniors are eligible to apply. Ten participants and six alternates will be notified by late March. Apply online: www.friendsofbaxter.org. Deadline is February 8, 2017.