School briefs 5/16/19

Clay Today
Posted 5/15/19

Cargill comes out of retirement to be a counselor at Seven BridgesORANGE PARK – Kathleen M. Cargill, M.Ed., has joined the volunteer staff of Seven Bridges School as School Counselor, according …

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School briefs 5/16/19

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Cargill comes out of retirement to be a counselor at Seven Bridges

ORANGE PARK – Kathleen M. Cargill, M.Ed., has joined the volunteer staff of Seven Bridges School as School Counselor, according to Nancy W. Alberts, M.Ed., President and Director;

“We’ve recognized the need for nonacademic support and guidance,” Alberts said. “If we can take care of those needs concurrently, the academics will fall into place. The support and understanding children received at school from our counselors is designed to help students stay on track when problems they have threaten to derail their education.

“I believe school counselors make significant contributions to the overall well‐being of students and their success. They have unique qualifications and skills that allow them to address students’ academic achievement, career development and social and emotional needs.”

Cargill, graduated from Florida Atlantic University, where she earned a master’s degree in education in School Guidance and Counseling. She will be providing individual as well as group counseling at Seven Bridges School.

Previously Ms. Cargill worked as a school counselor at Oakland Park Elementary in Ft. Lauderdale, Fleming Island Elementary, at Orange Park Elementary School, from where she retired in 2019.

She came out of retirement to work with the students of Seven Bridges School.

“As a School counselor at Seven Bridges School my job is to help children deal with the problems and issues they have, so they be successful in school,” Cargill said.

Seven Bridges is a unique-concept private school of students in grades K through 12.

Clay High’s Victoria Flint wins VVA/AVVA $1,000 scholarship

ORANGE PARK – Clay High senior Victoria Flint was awarded the $1,000 Sid Newberg scholarship presented by the Vietnam Veterans of America and Associates of the Vietnam Veterans of America at the Col. William G. Byrns Chapter 1059.

Flint will continue her education at Saint Leo University. She plans to major in developmental psychology.

To qualify for the VVA/AVVA scholarship, the applicates must interview a veteran and the scholarship is open to Clay County seniors.

For more information regarding the scholarship program, please contact David Treffinger at dtreffinger433@msn.com.

Fleming Island’s Breast makes Dean’s List at Berry College

ROME, Ga. – Fleming Island’s Jenn Breast was selected to the Spring 2019 Dean's List at Berry College. The Dean's List honors students who posted an academic average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale while carrying a class load of at least 12 hours during the semester.

Nationally recognized for academic excellence and as an outstanding educational value, Berry is an independent, coeducational, comprehensive liberal arts college of approximately 2,100 students. For more than a century, the college has offered an exceptional education that balances intellectual exploration, practical learning, and character development. Its 27,000-acre campus is the world's largest. Visit www.berry.edu.

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