Student Services

Welcome Guidance Counselors!

We hope to use these pages to keep you informed of events and activities that will benefit you and your students.  Please contact Sally if there is anything that you would like to see added to this page and we will try to accommodate your request. 


Student Services Symposium       

The student services symposium is designed to give guidance counselors an opportunity to network, gain valuable information from local educational partners and to provide counselors with professional development opportunities.  CPDU's will be given to participants who meet Symposium guidelines.  There is a $10-$12 fee to attend, which includes lunch.  Payment must be made in advance of the session and checks are to be made payable to EIEFES.


Student Services Symposiums for 2019-2020        

September 27, 2019

December 6, 2019

February 28, 2020

May 8, 2020     



   Counselor Mentoring Meetings - for "newer" counselors to gain helpful information about the new position they are in and for "Veteran" counselors to gain a better understanding and gain some new ideas.    Format is generally open discussion on a variety of topics that are of importance to those who are present at the meetings. Meetings usually last no longer than 2 hours. 

        This program is on hold until there is more interest.  Please call us if you would like to have more information.

Interested in learning more about the online grading system used in the Health Occupations classes?  Call Laura or your Health Occ instructor to find out how you can have access to view your student's grades, assignments, and get student announcements in your email.

        This tool is great for helping students with IEP's!



8th Grade Early Information

Each year, our office is required to make sure that all of our schools (public and private) share information about Career and Tech Ed classes with all 8th grade students and their parents prior to registering for high school classes.  We have developed a CTE Fact sheet and CTE letter that may be edited and copied as needed by each district.  After the information has been shared with students, the schools must notify our office on when and how it was distributed.

    (Files are at the bottom of the webpage)

    CTE Fact Sheet (PDF)

    CTE Letter to Parent from EIEFES (Word)

    CTE Letter to Parent from School (Word)

    Counselor Procedure Sheet

(these forms stay pretty much the same each year, just changes in dates.  Schools may use their own information with the same message)



Student Career Search Resources

This link takes you to student career resource websites such as Career Cruising and others.  These sites provide valuable information on the top jobs, skills needed, emerging technology and colleges available to help reach your career goals.

    IL Career Information Network-

    BLS - IL Occupational Employment Statistics-


Laura Sullivan,
Nov 12, 2014, 10:07 AM
Laura Sullivan,
Nov 12, 2014, 10:07 AM
Laura Sullivan,
Nov 12, 2014, 10:07 AM
Laura Sullivan,
Nov 12, 2014, 10:07 AM