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Guidance Office

Welcome to Beaver Local Middle School


Dear Friends and Families of Beaver Local,

 Hello and welcome to  BLMS.  

I welcome and encourage you to utilize my services as school counselor.  My years of experience here at Beaver Local include kindergarten teacher, first-grade grade teacher, learning center instructor and currently, guidance counselor. I am also the MS Interact Club adviser.  I am married to an alumni member: Greg (class of '78) and we are raising three of our own:  Andrea ('08), Andrew ('11) and Alexandra ('16).  

I have loved my many years of working with the students here at BL and welcome you to call upon me.  I am excited to spend some time in the classrooms working on study skills, anti-bullying programs, character development, career awareness, internet safety, etc. I want kids to learn about themselves, others, and how we can work together in society.  

As counselor, I often work one-on-one with students to help with home and school related issues that may come up.   I also work closely with parents and teachers regarding learning.  On occasion, I partner with outside agencies to help kids.  My goal is the same as yours...to help children succeed.

Please remember that I am here and am eager to help in any way that I can to make middle school a great learning hub for your son and/ or daughter.  I welcome phone calls (330) 386-8700 ext. 22409 or email:  anne.eisenhart@beaverlocal.org.  

Thank you for your kind attention!

Sincerely, 
Mrs. Anne Eisenhart

All Students grades 6 - 12 now have an "Ohio Means Jobs" account.  This wonderful program can be utilized to explore and build a career path, as well as be used as test practice.  Students are encouraged to share this amazing tool with their families!

CCP information

COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS (CCP)

Students planning on taking college classes while in high school must attend an informational meeting each year.  Even if the student has already attended a CCP meeting in the past, the student and the parent must attend a mandatory informational meeting for the upcoming school year. If you missed the meeting you MUST call and set up an appointment with Mr. Agnew (HS Counselor) to review information.  If you plan on taking any college credit classes during 2017-2018, you must turn in the 'Intent-to-Participate' form by April 1, 2017.

 https://www.ohiohighered.org/sites/ohiohighered.org/files/uploads/CCP/CCP_Intent-to-Participate-Form_Public.pdf

After you turn in the 'intent' form, you must also apply to either Kent State or YSU depending on classes selected:  

http://www.kent.edu/ccp/ccp-application or

http://cms.ysu.edu/administrative-offices/metro-credit/ccp-2017-18-new-and-continuing-student-application 

If you are a student in grades 6-11 and you plan on taking college credits for the 2017-2018 school year, or this upcoming summer, you MUST turn in your “Intent to Participate” form to the guidance office before April 1st!

If you are applying to take classes through Kent East Liverpool or Kent Salem, March 23rd you may complete the college application process here at Beaver Local with Donald Bean from KSU.  You will need your social security number to complete your application.

If you are applying to take classes through Youngstown State University (and this includes Mrs. Hendrick’s college English classes), March 27th you may complete the college application process with here with a YSU representative.  You will need your social security number to complete your application.

Please visit the HS website for additional information.

Beaver Local Community Service

All 8th-grade students received information regarding participating in the BL Community Service program.  They can begin collecting hours beginning the last nine weeks of their 8th-grade year through their Senior year of High School.  Mrs. Farmer is the Community Service Advisor at Beaver Local High School and can be contacted through her email at:  lisa.farmer@beaverlocal.org.

 

"More Than 52,000 Ohio High School Students Saved More

Than $110 Million on College Tuition"

https://www.ohiohighered.org/press/more_52000_ohio_high_school_students_saved_more_110_million_college_tuition

For Emergency help from community agencies, look here: http://www.beaver.k12.oh.us/1/Content2/136

#HELP HOTLINE

If you are in an emergency situation and you are in need of crisis intervention,

contact the Help Hotline Crisis Center. 

The Help Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. 

The number is 330-424-7767 or 1-800-427-3606.