Counseling Department Information
Counselors are available Monday through Friday from 9:00 A.M.to 12:00 P.M. via email or by appointment. To request an appointment please email your counselor and they will contact you.
Lea Clougherty-Elementary- email@example.com
Donna West-Middle Schoolfirstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Lemmons-High Schoolemail@example.com
We have provided some links to some Mental Health Resources below:
COVID 19 Mental Health Resources
Mental Health Hotline-Text TALK to 741-741 or call 1-800-273-TALK
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-8255 or Chat with Lifeline
MHSA recommendations to stay mentally healthy while working from home:
*Create and follow a schedule
*Do not take naps
Talking to Children About Covid-19 A Parent Resource
Answering Your Young Child’s Questions About Coronavirus
Parenting in the Time of COVID-19
We have added some links below to some Academic & Career Resources
Free resources to help find activities and help with learning and homework.
This is the site our 8th grade students have already been using and should have an account.
There are resources to purchase, of course, but there are also many short free articles that give advice for specific problems, age levels, etc.
This site will give you useful information on social media sites, apps, games, movies, and books with their ratings. It tells you the good, the bad, and the ugly.
This site will give information regarding test registration and test administration updates and ACT Prep.
ALL STATE TESTING FOR SPRING 2020 HAS BEEN CANCELLED INCLUDING THE ACT!
BELOW IS A STATEMENT FROM ACT PUBLISHED ON THEIR WEBSITE
The safety of students and test center staff is ACT’s top priority. ACT has rescheduled its April 4 national test date to June 13 across the U.S. in response to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). All students registered for the April 4 test date will receive an email from ACT in the next few days informing them of the postponement and instructions for free rescheduling to June 13 or a future national test date.
Due to the current circumstances, TCC has made the following college-wide response plan:
· All in-person classes are canceled this week: March 23 (March 23-29)
· All fully online classes will continue the week of March 23 (March 23-29)
· Starting the week of March 30, all TCC courses will be delivered online / remotely.
· All campus facilities are closed to the public.
· All TCC services are being delivered remotely.
· Call 2000 / IT help desk is operating remotely to support students’ needs.
New information for current students:
· All students in face-to-face courses will receive a new syllabus addenda outlining the professors’ plan for completing the spring semester before or by Monday, March 30th.
Assignments and dates
Withdraw date has been extended to Friday, April 17th. Students should be aware that withdrawing can have future financial aid implications. See Tulsacc.edu - financial aid
Grading options for spring
Available for all courses
Professors will keep track of letter grades during the semester.
Professors will submit students’ final letter grades at the end of the semester.
Students will have seven days after grades are posted to elect to take a “pass/no-pass" grade in that class in lieu of the letter grade.
Pass/ No Pass is grade point neutral.
Choosing pass/no pass will not affect course transfer (Oklahoma colleges and universities are also moving to pass/no pass this semester- OU, OSU, etc.)
Students may choose any or all courses for the pass/no pass option.
ALL TCC CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT FOR SUMMER 2020 AND FALL 2020 IS ON HOLD!
TULSA COMMUNITY COLLEGE INFORMATION
Students who wish to enroll in TCC 600 Level courses (the courses designed specifically for high school students) may begin picking up TCC enrollment forms from the front office.
Fill out the forms and return them to Mrs. Lemmons as soon as possible.
If you aren’t taking a 600 level course enrollment isn’t open for any other courses until April 13th.
Students may pick enrollment forms in the form office.
SENIORS: The FAFSA ( Free Application for Federal Student Aid opened on October 1st.
FAFSA Mobile App mystudentaid You may use you mobile device to apply
SENIORS: FAFSA is the Key.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the key that opens the door to financial aid. It serves as the application for most of the financial aid from federal and state programs and from colleges and universities. Even if you are not sure that you will need financial aid, we recommend that you fill out a FAFSA anyway -- it's free.
The 2019-20 FAFSA will be launched on October 1, 2019.Seniors/Parents: To apply for federal financial aid(grants, work-study and loans) and the Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant Program(OTAG), you and your parents MUST COMPLETE the FAFSA. Even if you don't think you'll need financial aid (or qualify for it), it's important that you fill out the FAFSA, just in case. Once the form is processed, you'll receive your Student Aid Report (SAR) and award notifications or "packages" from each of the schools you listed. Packages can include any combination of scholarships, grants, loans and work-study opportunities to help you meet college costs. You can complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov. If you apply online, you and your parents will need to request a PIN at www.pin.ed.gov, which allows you to electronically sign your FAFSA application. Call 800.FED.AID or ask your counselor if you need help. Students may begin applying after October 1st.
Apply at https://fafsa.ed.gov/
TULSA TECHNOLOGY CENTER
STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE DIRECTIONS FROM TULSA TECH ON HOW TO COMPLETE COURSEWORK. STUDENTS PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE CHECKING YOUR EMAILS!
Berryhill 's Tulsa Tech representative is here on Mondays. If you wish to speak with her please sign up in the counseling office.
STUDENTS APPLYING FOR TECH NEED TO COMPLETE A CREDIT CHECK WITH MRS. LEMMONS TO DETERMINE IF THEY HAVE THE COURSEWORK TO ATTEND.
The link for signing up to take the ACT and the ACT calendar is below. All juniors took the ACT last April and are encouraged to take the test again.
Seniors: Check the websites of the post secondary schools you plan on attending to check for admissions and scholarship deadlines and any admissions events. Attend college fairs, college planning sessions and financial aid information sessions for answers to your questions. Visit schools that are a good match to your abilities and career interests. Many students select three to five schools to apply to, including their "dream" school, their "safety" school and two or three other choices. Decide which college(s) you're interested in attending and submit admission and financial aid application. Be aware of deadlines!
College Representative Schedule :
www.okhighered.org/summer-academies: Consistent with state efforts to mitigate spread of the COVID-19 virus and given the transition of many colleges and universities to online instruction for the summer term, the 2020 Summer Academies have been postponed until summer 2021. Full information and registration instructions will be available in spring 2021.
In compliance with Section 1111(b)(2)(H) of ESSA, Berryhill Public Schools would like to provide community stakeholders with an opportunity to provide meaningful input regarding our district's intent to request permission to administer the ACT in lieu of the statewide assessment (SAT).
Please click on the link below & complete the 4 question survey.
Selective Service Enrollment for High School Students
Under federal law, virtually all men must register with Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday. However, the Selective Service System now accepts early submission of registration information by 17-year-old men.
The fastest way to register is on-line at www.sss.gov
OSU's Early Scholarship deadline: November 1-Priority Scholarship deadline: February 1-Final Scholarship consideration: July 1. APPLY NOW!
Are you a low-income, high-achieving junior?? Quest Bridge is the program for you! Visit http://www.questbridge.org for more information.
Reminder: Seniors must be within one credit of earning their diploma in order to participate in graduation! Get those classes made up!
SENIORS: The scholarship list on the school website has been updated!! Money for college!! Apply!! Apply!! Apply!!
Students make sure to check college websites for upcoming events for the schools you are applying to!
If you have any questions about any information contained in this publication or anything else I can assist you with, please feel free to contact me by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone (918-445-6014).
Oklahoma's Promise has increased their family income limit from $50,000 to $55,000. If this applies to your family, and you are 10th grade or below PLEASE come by the counselor's office for information and an application. This is a great resource for helping get college paid for!
8th, 9th & 10th graders: Oklahoma's Promise (OHLAP) scholarship program is for students whose annual family income is $55,000 or less. If qualified for this program it can EARN FREE COLLEGE TUITION! Students must enroll during the 8th, 9th or 10th grade. You start preparing for college early by taking high school courses that will help you succeed. Once a student has completed the program's requirements, the OK Promise scholarship will help pay your tuition at an Oklahoma public two-year or four-year university. Apply online at www.okpromise.org or pick up an application with Mrs. Lemmons.
Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors: OKcollegestart.org offers students point-to-point directions on college planning. Get started at OKcollegestart.org and click on MyInfo. Students can navigate OKcollegestart.org to: Explore college admission standards for every college in Oklahoma, learn about ways to pay for their college, and request high school transcripts & submit them with your college application online.
ACT TEST INFORMATION
** To register online go to www.actstudent.org/start
ACT Test Dates 2019-2020
|ACT Test Date||Registration Deadline||Late Registration Deadline||ACT Score Release|
|June 8, 2019||May 3, 2019||May 4-20, 2019||June 18 – August 2, 2019|
|July 13, 2019*||June 14, 2019||June 15-24, 2019||July 23 – August 26, 2019|
|Sept 14, 2019||Aug 16, 2019||Sept 1, 2019||Sept 24; Oct 10, 2019|
|Oct 26, 2019||Sept 27, 2019||Oct 13, 2019||Nov 12; Nov 26, 2019|
|Dec 14, 2019||Nov 8, 2019||Nov 25, 2019||Dec 24, 2019; Jan 7, 2020|
|Feb 8, 2020||Jan 10, 2020||Jan 17, 2020||Feb 18; Mar 3, 2020|
|Apr 4, 2020||Feb 29, 2020||Mar 16, 2020||Apr 14; Apr 28, 2020|
|June 13, 2020||May 8, 2020||May 25, 2020||June 23; July 7, 2020|
|July 18, 2020||June 19, 2020||June 29, 2020||July 28; Aug 11, 2020|
Seniors/Parents here are links for helpful Resources:
Students/Parents: Visit www.choosetulsajobs.com to conveniently search for jobs in Tulsa while learning more about the benefits of living and working in the Tulsa region.