“Information, Guidance, and Assistance for Not Only Our
Students But for Anyone In Need of Help”
The mission of this program “Raiders 911” is to provide all students guidance in the areas of
personal-social development; counseling to help students overcome
challenges that interfere with life and/or learning; and the opportunity
to voice any personal concerns or problems that they
have that could affect their safety and/or well-being .
Within the counseling relationship, confidentiality will be strictly maintained with students
and parents. However, there are 3 circumstances in which confidentiality must be broken:
(1) threat to do self-harm, (2) threat to harm another person, (3) report of abuse.
Southern Wells School Corporation
Junior-Senior High School
Office Phone: 765-728-5534
Office Phone: 765-728-2121
Other Wells County Schools
Bluffton High School Office Phone: 260-824-3724
Norwell High School Office Phone: 260-543-2213
Wells County Sherriff’s Department
Bluffton Police Department
Phone: 260-824-3210 (hospital) ; Phone: 260-824-3500 (clinic)
Wells County Child Protection
Phone: 1-800-800-5556 (Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline)
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You are a teenager, you're confused about some things, your body is changing, sexual thoughts creep into your mind and you’re venturing into or through high school and thinking of college. Your brother or sister drives you crazy, your friends like to party but you're not sure what the risks are for drinking or taking drugs. You'd like to be making some of your own money; you have exams coming up that you're not sure you'll be prepared for.... It just goes on. Welcome to your teenage years.
PBS “It's My Life” deals with life and the stuff that you may deal with every day. Whatever problem you're dealing with, believe it or not, others have gone through the same thing. Here at It’s My Life, you can read informative articles, share your stories, take quizzes and polls, watch video, etc…
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