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COUNSELOR/REGISTRAR
ANNOUNCEMENTS:


Seniors: 

If you will be attending college, you must have your final transcript sent to that school.  

You can fill out a transcript request form using the link below.  Make sure you select "Final Transcript" on the form.  The final transcript will be sent after graduation when grades are finalized.  Please submit the final transcript request as soon as possible.

Even if you already had a transcript sent this year, you must request that your final graduate transcript be sent to the college or university you will be attending.

THE LINK BELOW IS FOR AN ON-LINE TRANSCRIPT REQUEST
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfHmEbI0NgwkmjC-vwMPatsG4g2OZ5GZg9_sVBV-JnWislzEQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

If you need a current transcript for any reason (will be sent within 5 working days), please select "Current Transcript" on the form. 

PLEASE GO HERE TO START YOUR REGISTRATION PROCESS THE WEBSITE IS BELOW:
https://sites.google.com/ecsdnv.net/schs-coursereg

How does a student meet with a school Counselor?
Students can sign up in the front of the guidance office to meet with counselors.
Counselors can also be reached by email:
Staci Stroup (A-F) ------  SStroup@ecsdnv.net ----Ext:1107
Sarah Sanders (G-N) ---- Ssanders@ecsdnv.net-----Ext:1109
Jeff Binger (O-Z) ---------- Jbinger@ecsdnv.net----Ext:1108
Cindy Klebenow ---- Registrar ---Ext:1116

Spring Creek Counselors have the answers, just ask. 

Our Spring Creek team of counselors are specialists that assist students with their social, emotional, and educational development. Our counselors work with teachers and administrators to facilitate referrals and evaluations. They help to develop an educational plan to meet the personal, social, educational, and career needs of students. Counselors work collaboratively with school psychologists, school  nurses, social workers, and with student support teams.
School counselors are human resource specialists who assist students, parents, and educational staff through counseling, consultation, and coordination. Our counselors work with our students to develop positive self-concepts and the motivation necessary for learning.

Some reasons to contact the School Counselor
1. Academic concerns.
2. Divorce, separation, and family changes.
3. Drug and alcohol concerns. 
4. Educational and career planning.
5. Experiencing loss, death, and grief.
6. Peer relationship issues.
7. Problem solving skills.
8. Stress reduction and coping skills.
9. School adjustment skills.
10. Study skills.

STANDARDIZED COLLEGE ADMITTANCE EXAMS:

ACT TESTING PAGE DATES:

http://www.act.org/


SAT TESTING PAGE DATES:

https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register