Carl Ben Eielson Counseling Center
8th to 9th Grade Transitions
- Important Dates
- January 4th- South Counselors visit History classrooms at CBE
- January 8th - Parent/Guardian night at South
- January 16th -February 23rd : Conferences begin with parent/guardian, students, and counselor
Meeting Sign-up Information
Each 8th grade student will attend a transition meeting with their assigned school counselor and a parent/guardian. During this meeting, we will review academic progress in middle school, discuss career aspirations, and use this information to determine class placement. Students will select elective classes for high school as well as complete a 4-year plan.
Please use the sign-up links below to choose a date and time that works best for you as a parent/guardian. Please know that these conferences will be completed during the school day and your student will be called out of class. Dates range from January 16th -February 23rd.
***Reminder for in-person meetings- please bring your drivers licence/ID to sign-in in the main office. Thank you!
Miss Johnson A-G meeting sign-up link below
Miss Ronnevik H-N meeting sign-up link below
Mrs Wallman O-Z meeting sign-up link below
The vision of the Carl Ben Eielson Middle School counseling program is that all students will become respectful and responsible members of society. Our students will be empowered with the attitudes, knowledge and skills necessary to attain life-long academic and career success. They understand the importance of relationships and are prepared to engage in positive interactions between members of a diverse and global society. Our students will approach life’s challenges with resilience and a growth mindset.
The school counseling program at Carl Ben Eielson Middle School empowers all students to succeed through academic growth, social/emotional development and career awareness. Students will become empathetic, engaged and respectful members of our school and community through the implementation of the comprehensive school counseling program. The school counseling department, with colleagues and other stakeholders, advocates for equity, access and student success while encouraging self-advocacy and accountability for all students.
As always, if you need immediate assistance, please consider contacting the following resources:
- Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK(8255) or 1-701-235-SEEK(7335) or 988
- Red River Regional Dispatch: 701-451-7660
- If you have an emergency, please call 911.
- Important Dates