School Counselor Availability:
Mrs. Shaunna Stamm
Please see schedule on my door or call Mrs. Robinson for details of availability.
Rose-Hulman’s Homework Hotline is a free math and science tutoring service for Indiana students in grades 6-12. The Homework Hotline reinforces mathematics and science concepts and helps students develop better problem-solving skills. Rose-Hulman tutors have been trained to tutor middle and high school students.
Students may call the Homework Hotline toll free at 1-877-ASK-ROSE, Sunday through Thursday, 7p.m. – 10 p.m. (EDT), September through May. Students may also ask questions online at www.AskRose.org. Posters are hanging in the school with this information. Teachers have brochures if your student needs one. Students can also see me for information.
Need a Tutor?
Members of the Elizabeth Ann Seton Chapter of the National Honor Society have begun their Peer Tutoring Sessions. Any student can attend any of these sessions held before and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays. After school tutoring will be held from 3:15-4:00 pm in Room 204. Members of the National Honor Society will be available for questions and assistance in a quiet environment. See Mr. Reichley for details.
Guideline for Seton Catholic Schools on Respecting Persons
The good name, reputation and personal safety of each student, faculty, staff member and adult volunteer is vitally important. In order to protect students, employees, volunteers, and the school itself, each student is expected to treat the good name and reputation of other students, school employees, volunteers and the school with dignity and respect and not engage in any activity or conduct, either on campus or off campus, that is in opposition to this guideline and/or inconsistent with the Catholic Christian principles of the school, as determined by the school in its discretion.
Any derogatory, slanderous, hostile, or threatening remarks or actions directed toward any of the above by a student will be seen as a violation of this policy and will be viewed as an extremely serious matter, whether it is done physically, verbally, or electronically through the use of a home or school computer, phone, IPAD or other electronic media or by remote access during school time or after hours. Some examples include, but are not limited to, social media, text messages, blogging, images, pictures, etc. Any individual found to have made or participated with others in making any such remarks or actions will be subject to disciplinary action by the school, up to and including expulsion/dismissal.
*If your student feels that he/she is being bullied, he/she needs to speak up! Report this behavior to Mrs. Stamm, Mr. Ruhl, or a Teacher. If this is happening, we need to know so that we can help put a stop to this behavior.
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