Join School Counselor Mrs. Sarah Keene & other LCCS Moms to discuss the book “Untangling Emotions” by J. Alasdair Groves & Winston T. Smith. Attend one, two or all six sessions!

RSVP: skeene@lccs.com

“Our emotions are complex. Some of us seem able to ignore our feelings, while others feel controlled by them. But most of us would admit that we don’t always know what to do with how we feel.

The Bible teaches us that our emotions are an indispensable part of what makes us human―and play a crucial role in our relationships with God and others. Exploring how God designed emotions for our good, this book shows us how to properly engage with our emotions―even the more difficult ones like fear, anger, shame, guilt, and sorrow―so we can better understand what they reveal about our hearts and handle them wisely in everyday moments.”

LCCS Moms Book Club

Wednesday Mornings

February 2 – March 9 | 8:15- 9:15 am

Meeting in the Advancement Office.

Sign in as a visitor at Door #1.      

RSVP: skeene@lccs.com

Six weekly group sessions to provide a little extra time to help K-6 graders during school time (if schedule permits) or 2:40-3:15 PM

For more information or to register, contact:

Mrs. Sarah Keene (skeene@lccs.com)

or Mrs. Margie Campbell (mcampbell@lccs.com)

330-877-2049, ext 3055

Changing Families – This group will offer extra support to students who have experienced changes at home due to parental separation or divorce. Students often feel like they are the only ones going through these changes, but they can find encouragement in knowing that they are not alone. Children can thrive despite the challenges that come with parental separation and being able to share openly with others can help! Students will be encouraged to share their thoughts and feelings related to facing changes at home, as opposed to the specifics of their family’s personal stories. A special focus on the hope found in God’s word and the assurance of His goodness in the midst of difficulty will be highlighted each week.

Facing Grief & Loss – This group will offer extra support to students who have experienced the loss of a family member or other significant person. Students who are affected by the long-term illness of a family member may also benefit from this group. Grief affects children in unique ways, and the holidays can be a particularly difficult time to process a loss. Students will be encouraged to share their thoughts and feelings related to their grief, and they will be equipped with positive coping skills. A special focus on the hope found in God’s word and the assurance of His goodness in the midst of grief and suffering will be highlighted each week.

For more information or to register, contact:

Mrs. Sarah Keene (skeene@lccs.com)

or Mrs. Margie Campbell (mcampbell@lccs.com)

330-877-2049, ext 3055

School Counseling Team

Our school counselors are available to discuss concerns that would impede a student’s academic development and performance. The school counselors also offer social/emotional support and career exploration opportunities. Our school counselors are affiliated with American School Counselor Association. 

Elementary School Counselor

Mrs. Keene, Elementary School counselor, may be contacted at skeene@lccs.com.

Elementary & Junior High School Counselor

Mrs. Campbell, Elementary & Junior High School counselor, may be contacted at mcampbell@lccs.com.

Junior High & Senior High
School Counselor

Mrs. Bailey, Junior High & Senior High School counselor may be contacted at mbailey@lccs.com. Or contact our Junior High & Senior High School counselor secretary, Mrs. Marshall at mmarshall@lccs.com.

Mentors & Advisors

Campus Pastor

Our campus pastor, Mr. Knori, leads our chapel services and is available to provide biblical counsel.

Faculty Mentors

Lake Center Christian School faculty offer opportunities to connect with students on a deeper level by sharing and listening to real-life situations. Faculty members who are involved in student mentoring have undergone additional training/education courses.

Class Advisors in High School

Each high school class has a pair of faculty members who are designated class advisors to provide guidance. These faculty members are with the same group of students for all four years. This provides each class with a constant leader throughout high school.

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