LHS Counseling & Social Work Department Mission Statement
The Liberty High School Counseling and Social Work Department is dedicated to fostering the successful academic, personal, and post-secondary growth of every student. Students are given the opportunity for individual guidance and encouragement to achieve his or her unique potential toward becoming a successful member of the community.
Counseling and Social Work Department Staff
|Brenda Wiederholt, Dept Chair||Hob-Li (Career Center, ELL)||736-7049|
|Kathy Alagna, Dept Chair||On-Ri (Gifted, Homeschool)||736-7042|
|Scott Gillespie||E-Hi (SPED, FEX)||736-7043|
|Melanie Prince||Lo-Om (SPED)||736-7058|
|Doug Ronnebaum||Ro - Z||736-7044|
|Lori Streu||Liberty Academy||736-5468|
|Julie Kinder||Asst. Registrar||736-6763|
|Nancy Laven||Asst. Registrar.||736-7076|
|Lois Magnuson||Counseling Admin. Assistant||736-7046|
|Melissa Allshouse||Counseling Admin Assistant||736-7061|
|Amy Tuso||Crisis Prevention Coordinator||736-7312|
|Cathy Mendez||Social Worker||736-5336|
|Cathy Shevlin||Social Worker||736-5476|
Senior Exit Survey
SENIORS: Please click here and complete the requested information. Submitting this form will ensure all final documents are sent to any agency needing verification of your graduation (i.e. colleges, NCAA, military, etc.).
Counseling Department Survey
SENIORS: Please click here to take a brief survey regarding the Counseling Department services. Your feedback is essential to assist us in understanding what services are helpful and what changes may need to be made for the future.
Important ACT Changes
Students registering to take the ACT this year should be aware of the following changes beginning with the October exam: you will be required to upload a photo when registering online and on the day of the exam, students will not be admitted into the test without their printed admission ticket and a photo ID. Even if staff members recognize you, you will not be allowed to test without an ID.
NWMSU ACT Information
Attention Graduating Class of 2013!
Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri has notified us of the following information---
Effective July 1, 2012, NWMSU will require that ACT score reports be sent directly from ACT. They will no longer accept scores reported on high school transcripts. If you are interested in applying to NWMSU, you will need to add their ACT code (2383) to your ACT registration.
As a reminder, Northwest will always consider a student’s highest ACT score, regardless of when they receive it. Students will not be disadvantaged by having all of their scores sent to Northwest. If you have questions about this policy, contact Northwest at email@example.com.
Mizzou Admission Information
The University of Missouri has released the following statement:
Effective for the entering class for fall 2013 the University of Missouri will require that all students have their standardized test scores sent directly to us from ACT or the College Board. We will no longer be taking test scores from high school transcripts. Please remind those that are already consdiering Mizzou to list us as one of their designated campuses to receive scores when registering for exams. They can also be ensured that at Mizzou we will always use their highest composite score, so they need not worry about our receiving more than one score.
Mizzou School Codes
College Board (SAT): 6875
Please contact MU Office of Admissions at 1-800-225-6075 if you have any questions.
Attention: Student Athletes
**New MSHSAA policy beginning Fall 2009
To participate in Athletics or any other Missouri State High School Association activities (all athletics, including cheerleading & pom, academic competitions, Debate and Forensics, district or state music contests (Band or Vocal), and theatre competitions) *you must pass six (6) credit-earning classes in the semester preceding competition and be enrolled in six (6) credit-earning classes during the semester of competition!