Counseling Center


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Bullying Prevention & Character Education

As we work toward helping every student become proficient in reading and math, we must also address those issues that may impede students’ ability to learn. Students who lack pro-social skills make poor choices resulting in consequences that impede their learning. Just as students are taught to add, subtract, and read, they must be taught to empathize, manage their emotions, control their impulses, and solve problems effectively and appropriately. To accomplish this, students in preschool through grade 8 receive direct instruction utilizing the Second Step curriculum. High school students receive direct instruction utilizing the School-Connect curriculum. Both Second Step and School-Connect provide a research-based vehicle for students to learn invaluable skills in the areas of empathy, anger/emotion management, impulse control, and problem solving.

As we increase the systemic awareness of bullying and other inappropriate social behaviors through on-going training, our students ultimately benefit. We are able to facilitate positive relationships within our schools, with our families, and with our community. More importantly, we are able to provide our students with pro-social skills that will positively impact their lives, prepare them for productive futures, and truly help them become life-long learners.

KCKPS Bullying Policy

JDDC Bullying (See EBC, GAAB, GAAE, JCE, JDD, JGEC and JGECA)JDDC The board of education prohibits bullying in any form, including electronic means, on or while using school property, in a school vehicle or at a school-sponsored activity or event. The administration shall propose, and the board shall review and approve a plan to address bullying on school property, in a school vehicle or at a school-sponsored activity or event.

The plan shall include provisions for the training and education of staff members and students and shall include appropriate community involvement as approved by the board. Students who have bullied others in violation of this policy may be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including suspension and expulsion. If appropriate, students who violate the bullying prohibition shall be reported to local law enforcement.


School-Connect Student Handouts for Modules 1-4 .pdf 143 pages

Bullying Prevention Links:

School Connect
Second Step

Parent & Educator Resources:

Cyberbully Help
Kansas Department of Education
Stop Bullying Now!
Wired Safety

Student Resources:

Internet Safety for Teens
Kids Against Bullying
National Bullying Prevention Center (PACES)
Net Smartz
Not In Our Town Schlagle PSA’s
Stop Bullying Now!

Quick Links

Kansas Board of Regents Qualified Admission

NCAA College-Bound Student-Athletes

NAIA Student Athletes Eligibility Center

Restorative Justice Practices

Restorative Justice empowers students to resolve conflicts on their own and in small groups.  The idea is to bring students together in ideally peer-mediated small groups to talk, ask questions, and air their grievances.

Suicide Prevention

Coping Strategies for Teens

Needing help is not failing…it is simply being human. It’s OK to Ask for Help!!

  • Spend time with family and friends.
  • Get involved with after-school activities.
  • Volunteer – you have a lot to offer.
  • Think and plan your future. Set realistic goals.
  • Try to be open with your feelings. Write your feelings and thoughts in your journal or diary.
  • Read books & subjects that uplift you.
  • Laugh ~ keep your sense of humor!
  • Consider the importance of spirituality in your life.
  • Accept other’s thanks, compliments toward you, and praise for you.
  • Eat right! – – – Chocolate is good!  Exercise regularly.
  • Do not tolerate physical, emotional, or sexual abuse from anyone. Get help immediately! Seek help if you feel overwhelmed or troubled.
  • Visit www.teenadvice.org or www.teenhelp.org  or www.thetrevorproject.org/pages/get-help-now#tc

How to respond to a cry for help

  • Breathe!!
  • Be honest, caring and show respect.
  • Don’t make promises you can’t keep.
  • Don’t try to solve their problem.
  • Tell them:
    “I am glad you called/came/talked to me”
    “I do care. “What’s happening?”
    “How can I help”?
    “Let’s find someone who can help you get through this”.
  • Be A Link®!  And get help- don’t try to do this by yourself…don’t risk lives.
  • Remember, you can call the crisis line to help you help another.


  • How To Talk – How To Respond
    A downloadable of “How To Talk How To Respond”
  • Be A Link®! Cards (English and Español) and Wristbands are available in the Counseling Center

If you or a friend is in immediate crisis:
Call 911
– or –
Call 800-273-8255
– or –
Text ‘HELP’ to 741741
Get help immediately!

Counseling Center Staff

Michaella Neal:

Chris Boehl:

Angela Carroll:

Briauna Emery:

Terry Bigby:

Volunteer Opportunities

Community Service opportunities are available through FL Schlagle High School. Detailed information is available through the Counseling Center.  If you need hours to help pay for the Insurance on your school issued Laptop, or for scholarship and college applications, check with your Counselor today!


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