Elementary Counselor: Jennifer Linthicum is our Elementary Counselor for grades K-6
She can be reached by calling 573-762-9653, option 3 or by email at email@example.com
Secondary Counselor: Chrissy Adams is our Junior High and High School Counselor for grades 7-12
She can be reached by calling 573-762-9653, option 2 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
This year, the counseling department, along with Carol Myers, SLP will be starting a series of training’s for the Newburg staff regarding the Trauma Informed Schools Initiative (Senate Bill 638). Please visit the website MoTraumaSchools.com to find out more information.
College and Career Planning Information
College Prowler is a free tool created by students for students to search and compare colleges, find and compare college majors, and search and apply for scholarships.
College Navigator is a free consumer information tool designed to help students, parents, high school counselors, and others get information about nearly 7,000 postsecondary institutions in the United States. It offers a wide range of information previously found on COOL — such as programs offered, retention and graduation rates, prices, aid available, degrees awarded, campus safety, and accreditation. However, College Navigator offers users valuable new information about colleges and universities, and it does so in a way that is vastly more user-friendly.
CollegeScholarships.com Students, parents, and educators may use this page to request college and university catalogues, admissions applications, and information about scholarships and financial aid.
Scholarships.com This is a free scholarship search and financial aid resource. This is a very comprehensive site that has membership in the National Association of Financial Aid Administrators, which is a professional organization that sets the standards for Financial Aid professionals.
Fastweb.com This free service claims to have access to over 180,000 forms of financial aid and provides a scholarship search.
AffordableColleges.com The thought of paying for a college degree can seem overwhelming, especially without financial help from one’s family. Are you wondering how to pay for your college on your own? Don’t know where to start? The following guide explores the many options available.