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Counseling and Career Center


Final Transcripts
 Class of 2020 final transcripts were sent out to colleges. Please remember, if you took an OCC or TC3 course, final transcripts must be sent from those colleges to your prospective college.
 
AP Scores
AP scores will be released on Wednesday, July 15th, at 8 am. AP students can access their scores by signing into their College Boad account. 
 
Summer School 2020
Virtual summer school will run Wednesday, July 8th, through Wednesday, August 12th. Students will need a Chromebook for summer school and may pick one up at the JSHS the week of June 29. Please contact the Counseling & Career Center with any questions or click on the link: BOCES Regional Summer School 2020. Student will be mailed a schedule and will receive an email with their Google Classroom codes. Please contact the Counseling & Career if you do not receive this information. 

School Counselors
 
Jennifer Newton (7-9)     jnewton@tullyschools.org      Phone during closure  315 696-1370                    
Kate Davin      (10-12)      kdavin@tullyschools.org         Phone during closure  315 400-0739

 
Administrative Assistant
Brenda Jean   bjean@tullyschools.org   315 696-6240
                                               
Important Information Regarding School Closure 
Tully JSHS Counseling and Career Center

We understand that recent events may increase stress or anxiety for some or our students.  Please feel free to email us any concerns you may have for your child, and we will work with you to provide assistance.  Your child may also email us directly.  Although we will not be in school, we will do our best to provide you and your children with information and support.  We encourage you to reach out to the resources listed below which may help you in supporting your children during this time away from school.  We truly care about your children, and their well-being is very important to us.  Please reach out to us with any concerns, and encourage your child to as well.  

Thank you,

Jennifer Newton  Grade 7-9 Counselor

Kate Davin  Grade 10-12 Counselor

Resources

Please understand that if there is an immediate safety concern for your child, call 911.  You may also access these resources.

Golisano Children's Hospital

(866) 543-KIDS Emergency room for children, open 24 hours, 7 days a week.  Golisano can see children for mental health and psychiatric issues. 

C-PEP

(315) 448-6555 Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program at St. Joseph's Hospital in Syracuse, open 24 hours, 7 days a week

ACCESS (315) 463-1100 Onondaga County's Intensive Case Management Children & Family Program; provides clinical case management services to families with one or more seriously emotionally disturbed child or adolescent experiencing a crisis.

211 CNY

Dial 211 for Information and referrals for human services within a five county region. This is a hotline to help families and individuals find referrals for help with things such as housing, food, mental health, substance abuse, disaster relief, legal assistance and finances.

CONTACT Hotline

(315) 251-1400 -24-hour suicide prevention and crisis counseling and referral.

Crisis Text Line- 741741 (24 hour)

Cortland County Mental Health:  (607)758-6100

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

     

High School News and Notes from Mrs. Davin

  • New Visions applications are due by Wednesday, April 1st. If any student is interested in applying to the Criminal Justice, Environmental, or Medical programs, please stop by the Counseling & Career Center to pick up an application. 
  • Please check the website frequently for any updates on any events. 

                 Grades 7-9 News and Notes from Mrs. Newton

Students in grades 8 and 9 have selected courses for next year with Mrs. Newton.  If you have any questions, please call or send an email.


Parents:  Do you want to meet with Mrs. Newton and your child to discuss any concerns?  
I would happily set up a meeting:  Please call me at 696-6238 or email me at jnewton@tullyschools.org,  





Role of the School Counselor at Tully Junior-Senior High School


School counselors address the personal, academic and social concerns of students. The school counselor is an advocate for students and will  assist students with any issues they might have. We are here to listen and help students to solve their problems. School counselors work with students individually or in groups, and with parents.

School counselors counsel students, advocate for students, coordinate programs and activities, consult with teachers and parents, and educate students in the area of college and career readiness. As educators, we can teach children social skills, communication skills and how to solve social dilemmas.  The primary role of the school counselor is to help students to identify and achieve personal, academic, and career goals. Counselors also work closely with students and their families with course selections and college admissions.

We welcome all students to stop in to visit with us if there are any concerns that we may address.  We also encourage phone calls, email communication and meeting with parents.


 
Course Opportunities for Summer and Fall.
 
Please Review the information here regarding opportunities for Summer Driver Education, Online Learning Opportunities, Electives for Next Fall, and Distance Learning Opportunities.  Pleases see Mrs. Davin or Mrs. Newton for additional information.  
 Course Opportunities

 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
22 credits are required for graduation from a New York State School

REQUIREMENTS REGENTS DIPLOMA REGENTS DIPLOMA WITH ADVANCED DESIGNATION
ENGLISH 4 4
SOCIAL STUDIES 4 4
MATHEMATICS 3 3
SCIENCE 3 3
SECOND LANGUAGE 1 3
HEALTH 1/2 1/2
ART AND/OR MUSIC 1 1
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2 2
  • To qualify for the Regents Diploma students must pass:  A Comprehensive English Regents, Two History Regents exams, One Mathematics Regents Exam, and One Science Regents exam.
  • To qualify for a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation a student must meet all the exam requirements for a Regents diploma plus: Additional Science Regents Exam, Two additional Math Regents exam, and a Regionally developed Comprehensive Exam in a Second Language
  • SPECIAL NOTE: Students seeking a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation who pursue a 5-unit sequence in Art, Music or Occupational Education may use this in lieu of the Second Language requirement.
     

 

 

 























 

 

 

 
Parent Resources

Counselor Contact During School Closure
Please contact your child's counselor if you have any concerns regarding your child.  We want to continue to support our students and will respond to your calls or emails.
  Jennifer Newton- 315 696-6238 jnewton@tullyschools.org
   Kate Davin- 315 696-6239  kdavin@tullyschools.org



New Section of Website: Counseling and Wellness
Please see our new Counseling and Wellness page for help in supporting Social and Emotional Health.



Talking to your children about Covid 19
Talking to children about Covid 19- support for parents  
On this website on the right side is a parent resource on suggestions of how you can help your child cope.

Career, College, Testing, and Scholarship Links

ACT Registration and Information
FAFSA- Federal Financial Aid Form
SAT Registration and Information
College and Career Research: Naviance
Demystifying the Financial Aid Appeals Process
Demystifying the Financial Aid Appeals Process
Paying for College Resources Spring 2020 (Sallie Mae)

Documents

2020-2021 Full Program of Studies
Class of 2021 Summer Information
Junior Letter Spring 2020
Senior Letter May 2020
Summer School Brochure 2020
7th Grade Supply List 2020-21
8th Grade Supply List 2020-21