• Richwoods High School Counselors
     

    Mike McKenna McKenna

    Sheri Lamie 
    SHERI LAMIE             
     
    Beth Funcannon
    Mrs. Funcannon  
    Patti Simmons
    Simmons
    693-4405 x-30156 
    693-4405 x-30152 Sheri.lamie@psd150.org
     
    693-4405 x-30151
     
    693-4405 x-30153   Patricia.Simmons@psd150.org

    Counseling Representative for Students: A-E

     Mr. McKenna's page

    Counseling Representative for                Students: F-Li                   

    Counseling Representative for
    Students: Ll-R

     

    Counseling Representative for Students: S-Z

     

    Counseling Secretary: Mrs. Tracy Bishop 309-693-4405 ex. 30150 

     

    SCHEDULES FOR NEXT SCHOOL YEAR  

    Students will have access on August 5, 2019 in skyward.  

     

    WELCOME NEW STUDENTS 2019

    Freshman Orientation is Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019 at 9-11:30. We advise all new students to join us in order to familiarize yourself with our school staff and the building. We will have a short presentation, tours, games and food. We look forward to seeing you!

     

    Attention Seniors Class of 2019: TRANSCRIPTS!!!

     

    If you want to begin requesting transcripts please see Mrs. Bishop the counseling secretary to set up your parchment account.

     Steps to College  

     

      

     
     
     

    Washington College Offers Scholarship to Incoming NHS Members

    Merit-aid increases become effective beginning fall 2019

     

    Fall is upon us, and it’s the perfect time for your students to start planning for higher education—both for seniors who are narrowing their college searches and for younger students who are developing the next phase in their learning.

    As you guide your students in preparing for their future, I wanted to announce that Washington College, a liberal arts college in Chestertown, MD, is offering the Washington College Academic Tuition Scholarship—and it’s automatically awarded to National Honor Society (NHS) members who are accepted into the school.

    Beginning fall 2019, the scholarship grants a minimum of $18,000 per year for up to four years while enrolled at Washington College, up from $15,000 per year. The increase reflects Washington College’s ongoing commitment to make higher education accessible to all students regardless of means, especially those who demonstrate promise as tomorrow’s leaders.

    I encourage you to forward this information to your students so that they may visit www.washcoll.edu to view all that Washington College has to offer, and explore how it might fall within their education goals.

    And don’t forget—the deadline for the NHS Scholarship award is just around the corner! Make sure your students submit their applications by December 7, and complete your adviser recommendations by December 14.

    Sincerely,

    Nara Lee
    Director, National Honor Societies
    NASSP

     

     

    NHS is a program of NASSP.

     

    RHS SHIELD