LRHS Student Services Summer 2022
Summer Hours: 9am - 2pm
Office will be closed: June 20, July 4, and July 19 & all Fridays in July
Who is my school counselor for the 2022-2023 school year?
A-Cg - Ms. Jennifer Sheppard email@example.com
Ch-Go - Ms. Sheri Hawes firstname.lastname@example.org
Gp-Ld - Mr. Dana Scott email@example.com
Le-O - Mr. Steven Wright firstname.lastname@example.org
P-Si - Ms. Lori C. Miller email@example.com
Sj-Z - Ms. Brett Moore firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I get support from my counselor in the summer?
School Counselors work part time in the summer. To contact us, please send us an email and we will respond on our scheduled work days.
How does my child get their schedule?
Schedules will be released by HCPSS in August (exact date TBD).
How can my child request a schedule correction?
Courses have been scheduled for next year. Corrections will ONLY be made for the following reasons:
- Wrong academic course level (Geometry instead of Geometry GT)
- Missing graduation requirement
- Repeating a course due to failure
- Missing a period (no period 1 class for instance)
- Applying to be a Student Aide, for JumpStart Dual Enrollment at HCC, or Work Release (Forms in Student Services)
Students wishing to discuss their schedule should fill in the following form: https://forms.gle/iPhwcnFZqx3RQDnh9
I want to do Jumpstart and take HCC classes in the Fall.
Use this link for ongoing Jumpstart/Dual Enrollment support sessions this summer.
My child will be a senior next year, how do I find out information about college applications?
Please refer to information from the junior lesson presented to students last spring– Junior Spring College Presentation, for recommendations on tasks to complete this summer. This presentation must be accessed by a student HCPSS Account (student must be signed in to the HCPSS account to view).
SchoolCounselors will meet with Class of 2023 seniors through English 12 classes on or around the second week of school to share information and forms required to request transcripts and other school documents for college applications. This presentation will also be shared with Class of 2023 parents during Senior Parent Night in September (date and time TBD).
Please keep an eye out for more information and reminders sent via Canvas Announcements throughout the summer from LRHS Student Services.
HCPSS hosted a March to the Future Post-Secondary series during the 2021-2022 school year. Many of these sessions were recorded and are available for viewing: 21-22March2Future.docx - Google Docs.
How do I request a transcript?
Transcripts can be requested using this link Please note this link is for 9th-11th grade students, scholarships/internships, dual enrollment, and recent graduates. Transcript requests will be fulfilled by our school registrars, Mr. Mackin email@example.com and Mr. Hinmon firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information on transcript requests for rising seniors will be shared in early fall, as mentioned above.
Who do I contact to register for enrollment at Long Reach High School?
Registrations are a multistep process, including online registration. Please visit www.hcpss.org/enroll to begin the registration process.
For graduation requirements and the HCPSS Course Catalog visit https://www.hcpss.org/academics/course-catalogs/.
LRHS Registrars will reach out to families who complete the online registration to finalize the enrollment process.
How can I make up a final exam?
Students who missed a final exam due to an excused absence (Policy 9010 Implementation Procedures - Attendance - HCPSS) will need to contact the Front Office at 410-313-7117 to schedule a time to take their exam(s) over the summer.
How do I apply for a work permit?
Work permits are required for minors under the age of 18 who work in Maryland. Work permits are completed online and DO NOT require verification from the school. Information can be found online-- https://www.dllr.state.md.us/labor/wages/empm.shtml.
How do I get my learner’s permit form completed?
MVA forms can be completed by LRHS Front Office staff (410) 313-7117. More information can be found on the MVA website- Learner's Permit - Pages (maryland.gov)
What if my child needs help with depression, suicidal thoughts, or other mental health concerns? Please contact:
Grassroots Crisis Intervention at 410-531-6677
The Maryland Crisis Hotline: Dial 211 and then choose option 1
The Crisis Text Line: Text 741741 and a trained counselor will respond.
The National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255