TOHICKON GUIDANCE SERVICES

 
The guidance and counseling services include orientation for new students, individual counseling, group guidance activities, program planning, and continuation of a cumulative record for each pupil. Students may request to see a counselor by scheduling an appointment in the guidance office.
  

 Counselors

 

Diane Schute (A-H) dschute@cbsd.org

Joseph Stryker (I-R) jstryker@cbsd.org

Marykate Blankenburg (S-Z) mblankenburg@cbsd.org

 Guidance Secretary

Ginny Mee gmee@cbsd.org


 School Psychologist

Mrs. Dana Geiger
dgeiger@cbsd.org

Office phone: 267-893-3310

 Fax: 215-766-3467






Here is the reading list for Summer Reading for Middle Schools - See more at: http://www.cbsd.org/domain/106#sthash.f4mTmhNm.dpuf
Here is the reading list for Summer Reading for Middle Schools - See more at: http://www.cbsd.org/domain/106#sthash.f4mTmhNm.dpuf
Here is the reading list for Summer Reading for Middle Schools - See more at: http://www.cbsd.org/domain/106#sthash.f4mTmhNm.dpuf
 
 


 



In accordance with the Central Bucks School District and the Pennsylvania State Academic Standards, all middle school students in our district are expected to do a significant amount of reading throughout the entire year. The state standard recommends twenty-five books per year.

All students entering grades seven, eight, and nine must read at least two books over the summer.

When students begin the new school year, they will be required to complete an activity related to one of the two required books. Students should make sure they have completed the reading of the two books before returning to school. Click HERE to view lists for students entering grade 7, 8, and 9. - See more at: http://cbsd.org/Page/1577#sthash.Ff5Yv3KD.dpuf

In accordance with the Central Bucks School District and the Pennsylvania State Academic Standards, all middle school students in our district are expected to do a significant amount of reading throughout the entire year. The state standard recommends twenty-five books per year.

All students entering grades seven, eight, and nine must read at least two books over the summer.

When students begin the new school year, they will be required to complete an activity related to one of the two required books. Students should make sure they have completed the reading of the two books before returning to school. Click HERE to view lists for students entering grade 7, 8, and 9. - See more at: http://cbsd.org/Page/1577#sthash.Ff5Yv3KD.dpuf
In accordance with the Central Bucks School District and the Pennsylvania State Academic Standards, all middle school students in our district are expected to do a significant amount of reading throughout the entire year. The state standard recommends twenty-five books per year.

All students entering grades seven, eight, and nine must read at least two books over the summer.
- See more at: http://cbsd.org/Page/1577#sthash.Ff5Yv3KD.dpuf


Tohickon Resources
 
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Tohickon School Counseling News

Here is the reading list for Summer Reading for Middle Schools - See more at: http://www.cbsd.org/domain/106#sthash.f4mTmhNm.dpuf
    - Here is the reading list for Summer Reading for Middle Schools
- See more at: http://www.cbsd.org/domain/106#sthash.TBzSPdyA.dpuf

Johns Hopkins University - CTY Program

Information on the Center for Talented Youth program (CTY) at Johns Hopkins University can be found on the Johns Hopkins website at www.cty.jhu.edu .  To qualify for the CTY Talent search, students must be in 7th or 8th grade and must have scored Advanced on the PSSA or in the 97th percentile or above in a single area (mathematics, verbal or composite score) on a nationally normed aptitude or achievement test. 



 Tohickon Community Service Opportunites

Information about the Tohickon Eagle Corps
 
 
 
2016-17 Tohickon Tutoring List
 
Speak to your Counselor for an up to date list of Tutors for various subjects
 
 
Part-Time Job Opportunity Resources
- Website to help teenagers find jobs
-  Website to help teenagers find jobs
 
Mental Health Resources
 
 
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