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School Counseling

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“Be bold enough to use your voice, brave enough to listen to your heart, and strong enough to live the life you always imagined.”

–Winnie the Pooh

 

Make an online REFERRAL for your student to see the School Counselor at this link!

Spanish Counseling Referral Form

 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Looney Tunes will not be active this year in the school setting. However, you may go to any Security Federal Bank to set up an account. Does your child want a Looney Tunes savings account? Security Federal Bank has savings accounts for kids! A banking teller comes to our school on Thursdays to take the deposits, provide prizes with every 5 deposits, provides them with a receipt and deposit slip, and much more! This is a great way to help your child learn the value of money, keeping money in an account, and learning how to save! PLEASE SEE THE APPLICATION BELOW TO FILL OUT AND RETURN TO ME.

 

 

My name is Cameron Beeler and I have been a School Counselor since 2018. I am very excited to be a Bobcat, but even more elated to be working with your child. I have a Master’s Degree in Education in School Counseling from Liberty University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from USC Aiken. My passion is to help children strive in their academic, career, emotional, personal, and social development. Like Winnie the Pooh, school counselors strive to empower students by helping them succeed in school and life by teaching skills for learning, friendship, and health and safety. We strive to help children by promoting respect for self and others, wise decision making, and by teaching personal responsibility. Please feel free to contact me by phone or email. I look forward to working with you and your SRAA Bobcat!

 

Parents,

This school year is completely different than any other, but we will get through this together. We are a family, a community, and I am here for you every step of the way. Feel free to reach out to me with any needs. These needs may include assistance in counseling, clothing, housing, utilities, Christmas assistance, school supplies, resources, outside counseling referrals, etc. Sometimes we have to ask for help, and I am encouraging you to lean on me! I have many resources and would love to help!

 

Cameron Beeler

cbeeler@lex2.org

(803) 739-4095 ext. 308

Room 105

 

Resources

Counseling Services

  • Classroom Guidance Lessons
  • Collaboration with Stakeholders
  • Consultation with Parents & Teachers
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Referrals to Community-Based Services

 

 Programs

  • Career Day
  • Looney Tunes Banking Program
  • Red Ribbon Week
  • Vehicle Day
  • Bullying Prevention
  • Kindness Day
  • Collections for needs in the community
  • Christmas, Thanksgiving, food programs, snack packs
  • Let me know if you think of anything you need!
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Common Issues

  • Academics
  • Anxiety
  • Anger Management
  • Behavior
  • Career Development
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Depression
  • Education
  • Emotional
  • Equality
  • Family Issues
  • Friendship Skills
  • Grief/Death
  • Managing Feelings
  • Mental Health
  • Social
  • Social Groups
  • Stress Reduction
  • Suicide Risk or Ideations
 
When Should My Child Stay Home From School?
 
Fever: Exclude for Oral temperature: 100.0 degrees F or greater.   Students who have fever under 100 degrees F who have no other signs of illness and who can participate in routine activities, do not have to be excluded.

Diarrhea and/or Vomiting: Stay home until diarrhea and/or vomiting stops for 24 hours, or until a doctor clears the child to return to school.

Contagious Illness spread by contact, coughing, or sneezing should stay home.  Examples include flu, chicken pox, and strep throat.  

Head Lice: Exclude for the presence of live, crawling lice visualized on direct inspection of the scalp, and/or the presence of nits (eggs) that appear to be ¼ inch or 6 mm from the scalp. Excluded persons may return after one initial treatment when screening identifies no live, crawling lice on the affected person’s scalp. For more info see DHEC's Head Lice Smart handout.