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      Welcome to the Junior High Counseling Center

10 School Drive

Greenbrier, AR 72058

Phone:  501-679-3433 Ext. 3

Fax:  501-679-3658

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Millie Engler, School Counselor and DeAnna Logan, Office Assistant

I am so excited to get this year off and rolling at Greenbrier Junior.  My name is Millie Engler and I am the Junior High School Counselor.  My job here at the JH is to guide and support learners in their life-long journey of developing their best self:  academically, socially, and personally in a safe, caring, and challenging school community. If you need to contact us please feel free to email us at englerm@greenbrierschools.org  or dlogan@greenbrierschools.org.  You can also call the school office at 501-679-3433.

 

 

Want to request to see your Counselor?

Fill out the following google doc:

https://forms.gle/2fHX1GFQh5e7YUoT7

 

 

Hot Line Information

Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255  This lifeline provides 24/7, free, confidential support for anyone in distress, prevention, and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.

Crisis Text line:  Crisis Text line serves anyone, in any type of crisis, provising access to free, 24/7 support and information via a medium people already use and trust: text.  Here is how it works:  text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the US and a live, trained crisis counselor will take it from there.

 

 

 

CAP Information/ Course Request Information

2019-2020 Course request forms went home today, January 21, 2019. They are due back on January 31, 2019.  Below are the links to the informational video segments that were shared with students today regarding their packets.  If you have any questions, please contact the counseling office at 501-679-3433 ext. 2

Class of 2023  (current 8th graders)

 

Class of 2022  (current 9th graders)

 

                   

 

ACT Information

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​For more information/registration, go to www.actstudent.org

  • Students must have a valid ID in order to enter the ACT exam.  Examples of this are:  State ID, Passport, & Driver's License. 
  • Please contact Ms. Engler for more information regarding valid ID at least a week before you test.  If you do not have this ID, the counselor's office can make the student a Photo ID Letter that will serve as the ID needed to enter the ACT or Accuplacer.  Please contact Ms. Engler either by phone or email to request a letter of admission.  

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ACCUPLACER Registration Information

Please call ahead to schedule an appt. with the testing center, if possible.  You must take a current id to enter.  If you do not have an ID, Ms. Engler can make one for you.  You MUST be in the testing center no later than 2:30 in order to be able to take them exam.

Contacts:  
UCA - Barbara Joiner - (501) 450-3209
UACCM - Aaron Spivey - (501) 977-2060
UALR- Cassandra Ward- (501)-569-3198

 

What Do I Study for the Accuplacer?

Please click on the link below, which will take you to the College Board Accuplacer Student Resources/Study Site.

Accuplacer Practice Student Practice