We are so excited to transition our new students to Mickle next year!
According to the Association for Middle Level Education (AMLE), middle grades learning for students between the ages of 11 – 14 is quite different from early childhood and mid to late teens. Student behavior, readiness to learn, and appropriate types of learning are all unique to this age group. Even within the short span of ages 11 – 14, students will change drastically as they grow from childhood to adulthood. According to research from the California Science Teachers Association, other than the first three years of life, middle grades are when children are most transformed.
At Mickle we look forward to meeting our new students in August!
P.S- Here is a great article to read about adjusting to your new middle school student. Click here.
♦ Nebraska Family Helpline: The Nebraska Family Helpline is available 24/7 to parents and families. Any problem, any time: 1-888-866-8660.
♦ 2-1-1: Directs to all information and supports available during COVID-19. Call 2-1-1 or visit: https://www.211iowa.org/.
♦ Central Navigators: Central Navigation is designed to assure families have access to needed supports and services in an effective and timely manner through collaborative partnerships and community based services and supports.
We want to welcome you to the Counseling Center webpage. When you click on the “Mickle Counselors” tab you can meet the 3 Mickle Counselors. We can’t wait to see our students and talk with families! Please call or email us if you have a question or concern. We are here to help your students be successful and enjoy their Middle School experience.
Q: What did the mom chameleon say to her nervous kid on the first day of school?
SCIP in Lincoln have had an influx of requests for information on Juuling and Vaping. Below is a link to a handout they created that has some educational information as well as links to some informative PSA’s and videos. The 9 minute video by PBS is really good along with the Juul PSA produced by teens.
Did you know that National School Counselor Week is Feb 5-9?!
“School counselors work with all students to remove barriers to learning by addressing students’ academic concerns, career awareness in post-secondary options and social/emotional skills. Comprehensive school counseling programs help to increase student achievement and provide a much-needed resource for students, parents, teachers and administrators. School counselors are integral to student success.” – Kwok-Sze Wong, Ed.D., American School Counselor Association executive director.
Mickle School Counselors:
6th grade- Nicki Hanseling, firstname.lastname@example.org
7th grade- Patrick Neilly, email@example.com
8th grade- Craig Penner, firstname.lastname@example.org
School counselors travel with their group of students throughout their 3 years at Mickle. Please contact your student’s counselor if they can assist your student or family in any way.
Lincoln High School is proud to host a morning of information sharing to help parents and students understand what the International Baccalaureate program is and why it is a premier experience for high school students around the world. Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students and parents are invited and encouraged to attend this event so you can learn more about this incredible program and consider whether IB might be a good fit for you.
Saturday, October 28th, 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (Sign-in begins at 8:00 a.m.)
Enter through the main doors on the north side of the school.
Attention Class of 2022: The Career Academy (TCA) is hosting a Career Explorations Fair for 8th -10th graders and their parents to learn more about top career options when you graduate high school. Experience the hands-on learning available at TCA and how to “test drive” your future as a TCA student in one of 20 career pathways. Attend the TCA Career Explorations Fair anytime between 1:00 – 3:00 PM on Sunday, September 24 at 88th & O. Park in the lower south parking lot at SCC, Register for prizes, meet TCA students and instructors and see how “doing high school differently” can make a huge difference in your future success. We hope to see you there!