Winfield High School Counseling Program
School Counselor: Jennifer White
Email Address: email@example.com
Phone Number: 205-487-6900--Leave a message, and I will return your call.
Fax Number: 205-487-4257
1993--Graduated from Good Hope High School in Cullman County
1998--Earned Secondary Education Bachelors Degree in Biology and English from Jacksonville State University
2006--Received Masters Degree in School Counseling from UAB
2019--Received Educational Leadership Certification from UAB
I am beginning my 17th year in education and 11th year as a school counselor in 2021.
Confidential Services Provided
Small Group Counseling
Large Group Guidance
Responsive Services during Critical Incidents
Academic, Personal & Social, and College & Career Guidance
Mental Health Agency and Physician Referral Information
Mandated Reporting of Abuse and Neglect to Authorities
Enrollment & Withdrawal
504, EL, and RtI Program Information
State Assessment Coordination
Dual Enrollment with Bevill State
Important Dates: October 2021
11 No School
25 Balfour on Campus for Senior Orders/ 10:15
19 Pre-ACT Test for 10th Grade
26 PSAT Test--Optional for 11th Grade
6 Ms. White Lesson w/12th Grade in Kelley's Classes
13 Work Keys Test for 12th Grade
21 Talent Search will Meet
28 Fall Festival Day
1 FAFSA Opens
8 Fall Make Up Pics
15 End of 1st 9 Weeks
Because half of the students will be testing in October, I am including the following policy on my page this month...
Digital Device Policy for Winfield City High School for Testing
The possession of a digital device (including but not limited to cell phones, MP3 players, cameras, or other telecommunication devices capable of capturing or relaying information) is strictly prohibited during the administration of a secure test.
If a student is observed in possession of a digital device during the administration of a secure test then the device will be confiscated and returned according to school policy.
If a student is observed using a digital device during the administration of a secure test, testing for the student will cease; the device will be confiscated and is subject to search; the student will be dismissed from testing; and the student's test will be invalidated.
Before testing begins all teachers should turn off and put digital devices outside the testing room. Teachers should also be sure that alarms on devices are turned off. Students are encouraged to leave digital device(s) locked in their locker or vehicle. Room supervisors/test administrators should take up all students' digital devices and place them in the hall outside the testing room