Counseling Center

WELCOME TO THE RMS GUIDANCE OFFICE

RTEmagicC_Counselors

Mrs. Parsons (Guidance Secretary), Mrs. Bartle, Ms. Fleischman
573-458-0121


Hotline Number

Boys and Girls Hotline Number: 1-800-448-3000

This number is useful for students who need someone to talk to immediately. This hotline is staffed by professional counselors and available to boys and girls 24 hours a day.


RMS Strives for Bully-Free Environment

sbn logo

At Rolla Middle School, we are continuing to strive to make ours a bully-free environment. We work to address the issues of bullying and student conflict through a guidance curriculum in classrooms which emphasizes: the different forms of bullying, sexual harassment, racial/diversity issues related to bullying, the bystander's role in bullying, positive student assertiveness, healthy relationships, and conflict resolution.

We also strongly encourage the usage and endorse the Stop Bullying Now program by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources. Feel free to view the accompanying website to find out more information about this curriculum to discuss bullying with your child.

Stop Bullying Now Main Webpage: http://stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov/kids/

Stop Bullying Webisodes:
http://stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov/kids/webisodes/default.aspx


Preventing Underage Drinking

The Phelps County Child Advocacy Network has issued five tools to help parents prevent underage drinking. Click on the link for more information.

Tool #1: Influence your teen's decisions about drinking.

Tool #2: Talk to your teen about drinking.

Tool #3: Monitor your teen. Know their friends and their friends' parents.

Tool #4: Create safe and alcohol free activities in your home.

Tool #5: Watch for signs of drinking and get help if needed.

pccan