Mental Health Resources
In response to the current school closure and mental health resources, please click the grey box below to access our District Mental Health website for updates.
A.P Art information for 8th graders/incoming 9th graders for the 20/21 school year at Southaven High School
Counselor Check In Link
During this time of Distance Learning the SMS Counselors want to ensure the Social/Emotional Needs of our students are continuing to be met. A Counselor Check In Form can be accessed by scanning this QR Code. your responses will be sent directly to a Southaven Middle School Counselor.
Scan the QR Code with your cell phone camera and you will be given the option to open a link to the Counselor Check In Form.
Monthly Guidance Lesson- May 2020
An Attitude of
What are Your Counselors Grateful For?
Mrs. Roberts 8th Grade
Feelings of gratitude don't always come naturally,especially in times of struggle or stress. But an attitude of gratitude is something we can cultivate in our lives through practice and intention. Now, more than ever, it is natural to focus on things we are having to do without (visiting with friends, shopping, watching sports, eating out in restaurants) but in challenging and changing our minds and perspectives to being grateful for the things we do have (our health, more quality time with family, time to rest and reset, a chance to reflect), we will notice a change in the way we feel! I challenge each of you to take some time this week/month and think about the things you are grateful for. You can use the list given or simply take time throughout the coming weeks to make your own list of things you are grateful for.
Mrs. Smith 7th Grade
Mrs. James M.T.S.S
Your Counselors Miss You!
We are still working from home and would love to hear from you! Please utilize our emails to contact us with any questions or concerns. We are available to meet with students via Zoom, simply email your counselor to schedule a time. We can not wait until we are back at school with all of you!
Mrs. Hill, Mrs. James, Mrs. Roberts, & Mrs. Smith!
* Watch and listen to your children and pay attention to sudden changes in behavior that cause you concern.
* Be willing to seek professional help and guidance if you feel your child is becoming depressed or contemplating hurting him/herself.
Final Report Cards will be mailed out the Week of May 18th-22nd.