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School Counselor

School Counselor

Middle School Planning

  • 2015 – 2016 Middle School Planning Sheet
    The following document illustrates the common educational pathways for a middle school student.  These pathways assume successful completion of previous coursework as well as meeting other prerequisites that may apply. This is intended as a planning guide only.
  • Middle School Education Resources
    If you are the parent of a Florida middle school student, this guide is for you. It is designed to explain Florida’s high school graduation programs, including two programs that let students graduate from high school in three years. The guide also provides information to help students and their families as they plan and prepare for post-secondary goals, including information on acceleration options and advanced coursework.
  • Florida Choices
    The Career Cruiser is a career exploration resource used to promote career development for students. It provides self-assessment activities to assist students in thinking about the relationship between personal interests and career goals. Charts display sample occupations in 17 career clusters. Occupational descriptions, average earnings, and minimum educational level required for the job are also listed. This publication is now only available online.

Post-Secondary Info

College & Career Planning

Florida Trend’s Next – Your guide to life after high school in Florida. The magazine has been created to help teens unlock and open doors of opportunity to a successful future.

ACT Information – The ACT is a standardized test for high school achievement and college admissions in the United States produced by ACT, Inc.

SAT Information – The SAT test, first introduced in 1926, is intended to assess a student’s readiness for college.

Florida CHOICES – Online Career and Educational and Exploration & Information (CHOICES)

How to Get into College: Step by Step Guide for Grades 6 ­‐ 12
https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/

Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education
http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/transition.html

 

Other Important Links

Community Service Hours

Counseling Resources

Academic Resources

Social/Personal Resources

Meet Our School Counselors

Susan Carr

Susan Carr

Supporting Blended Students A-L

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Mrs. Carr earned her Master’s degree in Counselor Education from Florida State University. She has had the opportunity of counseling students at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, as well as working as a counselor at St. Petersburg College. She joined Pasco eSchool in the Fall of 2014 and is excited to be a part of online learning.
Missy Radle

Missy Radle

Serving Blended Students M-Z

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IMs. Radle earned her B.S. degree from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. She taught Social Studies in the mountains of Virginia for seven years before moving to Florida. Once in Florida she continued teaching Social Studies while earning her Masters Degree in School Counseling from the University of South Florida.

Rena Sadler

Rena Sadler

Serving K-8 Students

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Rena Sadler graduated from the University of South Florida with Bachelors degrees in Biomedical Science and Psychology. Before earning her Masters degree in School Counseling, she taught science at the middle and high school levels. Mrs. Sadler grew up in Pasco County and enjoys spending time out doors with her family.

Selina Reker

Selina Reker

Serving 9-12 Full Time and Home Education Students

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Mrs. Reker earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida in Social Work. After working many years in social services Mrs. Reker decided to go back to school and earn her Master’s in School Counseling. She joined Pasco County Schools as a high school counselor and has now joined Pasco eSchool working with the full time students. When Mrs. Reker is not working she enjoys being outside and spending time with her friends and family.

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