Counselor

picture of Mrs. Leake
Lisa Leake, Guidance Counselor
leakel@louisiana.k12.mo.us

Contact Mrs. Leake if you want to access
her Google Classroom.
Counseling Center Announcements 
  • Freshmen Transition Night will be Thursday, August 15, 2019, at 6 p.m. in the LHS Commons. Click here for the informational flyer.

  • Pike County Challenger Baseball is an opportunity for all students with special abilities.  They play in Bowling Green on Saturday mornings in May and June.  Click here to access information if you know if any Louisiana students who could benefit our program.

    In addition, we also provide a great service opportunity for any students who would like to volunteer to be a buddy to our players. Click here to access the "Buddy" information. 
  • The Department of Elementary & Secondary Education school counseling staff has compiled and placed information related to labor shortages & job attainment on their website. Click here to access this information.
  • Click here to access the 2019 list of Local Scholarships.
 
 

acceptance

Congratulations to the following Class of 2019 students 
who have received college acceptance letters!
  

Chad Bowen - University of Missouri-Kansas City, University of Missouri Columbia,
Truman State University


Jefferson Bradley  - N. W. Arkansas Community College

             Taylor Brown -
Moberly Area Community College

Spencer Butler
 - Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Missouri S&T

Autumn Castagna - Moberly Area Community College

Kiara Chatman 
 - Moberly Area Community College, St. Charles Community College

Brandon Chatman, II - St. Charles Community College

Taylee Beaty-Chatman - Moberly Area Community College, St. Charles Community College

Kamara Combs - Missouri Western State University, Grand View University,
Middle Tennessee State University


Kindell Crowder  -  Moberly Area Community College, St. Charles Community College,
Coffeyville Community College, John Wood Community College, Elgin Community College

Abbi Duban - St. Charles Community College
 
Sabrina Elliott - 
Pike-Lincoln Technical Center

Bobbi Green
Barton Community College, St. Charles Community College,
State Fair Community College


Donald (DJ) GriffithSt. Charles Community College

Maria Gutierrez - Central Methodist University, Moberly Area Community College,
Lincoln University

Mackenzie Hager - Missouri Western State University, Culver-Stockton College,
Central Methodist University

Portia Hartwick - State Fair Community College

Dadrealle Hawkins - Moberly Area Community College, Drury University

Tyler HopkinsCentral Methodist University, University of Missouri Columbia

Kyla Jennings - Moberly Area Community College, St. Charles Community College

Isaac King - Moberly Area Community College, John Wood Community College

Haylea Luck - St. Charles Community College

Abigail Moore - Carthage College, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs

Kiely MooreMoberly Area Community College, St. Charles Community College

Karyme Perez - William Woods University

Madison PerkinsMissouri Western State University, Missouri State University,
Northwest Missouri State University, University of Central Missouri,
Moberly Area Community College

Marin Powers - University of Kansas, Washington University in St. Louis

Michael Powers - Washington University in St. Louis

Derek Richards - University of Central Missouri, Graceland University

Amanda Sencenbaugh - Missouri S&T, Kansas State University

Andrea Sutton - Northwest Missouri State University

Josie Turnbaugh - St. Charles Community College

Julie Turnbaugh - St. Charles Community College

Michelle Watts - Central Methodist University

Brett Weimer - University of Missouri-St. Louis

Congratulations to the following Class of 2019 students who have
committed to post high school plans:


Darrion Gonzalez - IOUE Local 513 Operating Engineers Apprenticeship Program

Wyatt Lumley - IOUE Local 513 Operating Engineers Apprenticeship Program

Jourden Politte - On-the-Job-Training

Mackenzie Salmons - On-the-Job-Training


 
act
 
2018–2019 ACT Test Dates and Registration
ACT Test Date Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline
September 8, 2018 August 10, 2018 August 11-26, 2018
October 27, 2018 September 28, 2018 Sept 29 - Oct 14, 2018
December 8, 2018 November 2, 2018 November 3-19, 2018
February 9, 2019* January 11, 2019 January 12-18, 2019
April 13, 2019 March 8, 2019 March 9-25, 2019
June 8, 2019 May 3, 2019 May 4-20, 2019
July 13, 2019 June 14, 2019 June 15-24, 2019

Louisiana High School Code: 262-025

Register Online at:
 www.actstudent.org
 


Helpful Links
 

3 Ways to Build Mental Math Skills Before Taking the ACT

www.accreditedonlinecolleges.org
Accredited Online Schools

www.act.org/path/parent
ACT Parent Resources

TIPS FOR PARENTS -Understanding Electronic Aggression
www.cdc.gov/ncipc/dvp/YVP/electronic_agression_ brief_for_ parents.pdf
www.cdc.gov/ncipc/dvp/Electronic_
Aggression_Tip_ Sheet.pdf

Both publications include a review of most current research; examples to help parents and educators identify electronic aggression; prevention tips for parents and caregivers; prevention strategies for educators and educational policy  makers; and prevention tactics for school districts, policy makers, and parents.

www.edudemic.com/online-colleges-in-missouri/
Most colleges and universities are incorporating online degree programs as that is the growing trend that seems to cater best to today’s “modern day” student. As such educators, students and their families will have more to evaluate as they explore all the available options. This page discusses online colleges and programs and the truth behind the often touted selling point of “affordability”.

www.fafsa.ed.gov
Do your FAFSA on-line. You will need a PIN for yourself & your parents. After January 1, it may take several weeks to receive your PIN, so log on soon!

www.fastweb.com 
Scholarship & college info., etc.

www.finaid.org 
Guide to financial aid.

www.goodcall.com/scholarships
The GoodCall Scholarship Search Engine is now recommended by over 1,000 major U.S. colleges and universities. School counselors send their students to GoodCall because we’re 100% free and don’t require students to divulge their personal information to view all of our scholarship listings. Each scholarship on our website is ranked on competition level and the difficulty to apply, a favorite feature for students who want to spend their scholarship application time wisely.

www.march2success.com
US Army sponsored site with tons of study helps including full length practice ACT tests and much more. This site will help you improve test scores.

Quizlet.com
Flashcards, tests, & study games to help you improve your test scores.

MyMajors.com
Interest inventory/college planning guide

www.needalift.org
This 152-page book lists scholarships, grants and loans for which students may qualify. Also contains extensive information on scholarships for veteran's 
dependents.

PowerScore.com
Free official ACT & SAT practice tests

www.salliemae.com

College loan information

www.samhsa.gov
A RESOURCE FROM THE SUBSTANCE ABUSE & MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (SAMHSA). SAMHSA's Family Guide Web site dedicates an entire section to"Back to School" resources. Everything from helping with homework or issues making friends, to dealing with the back-to-school blues is covered.
  

www.shopsleuth.com/resources/scholarship-guide

Student Savings: The Ultimate Scholarship Resource Guide

www.stchas.edu/foundation
St. Charles Community College scholarships link

Top 50 Strategies for ACT Test Day

usbank.com/studentbanking
Apply for US Bank scholarship 

10 Ways to Prepare Your Teen for College or Work
A Guide for Families