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Braham High School Counseling Office

 

Amanda Tessmer, School Counselor

I work with 7-12th grade students on personal/social and academic concerns, as well as college/career readiness.

Contact me:


atessmer@braham.k12.mn.us

320-396-5215

 

Jonelle Klemz, School Social Worker

I work with elementary aged students on social/emotional concerns.

Contact Me:

jklemz@braham.k12.mn.us

320-396-5179 (Elementary)

320-396-5212 (High School)

 

Mary Wahl, Counseling Office Secretary

Contact Me:

mwahl@braham.k12.mn.us

320-396-5217

 

How Can We Help?

Counseling
School Application
Business Handshake

Personal + Social

Academic

College + Career

 
 

"I can vent about anything with her and she don't judge and actually helps and talks me through the situation and what I can do. Every time I talk to her I feel a bunch of weight lifted off my shoulders."

Links + Information

Students Taking Exams
Image by Sharon McCutcheon

Need ACT Scores?

ECCO & PSEO Information

 
Teacher & Student
School Application
Business Handshake
Image by Vasily Koloda

FAFSA Information

Career Exploration

State and National Scholarship Links

Local Scholarships

 

Resources

Credit Recovery

Have credits to make up? Riverside Academy in Cambridge and the Mora ALC offer summer school and night school options. Check the links or see Ms. Tessmer for details.

You will find a description of classes, graduation requirements, and other useful registration information here.

If you or someone you know is suicidal, go to this website to get help.

Braham Area Schools partners with Lighthouse Child and Family Services to provide therapy at school for students. This is a great resource for students who are concerned about missing too much school for therapy appointments, or don't have reliable transportation to get to appointments. Please complete the intake form linked above, as well as a release of information, and return it to someone in the counseling office.

Canvas Health’s mobile crisis response team responds to mental health crises or emergencies with face-to-face assessment, intervention and stabilization services at home, school or in the community. Emergencies can be a behavioral, emotional or psychiatric situation needing a timely intervention to reduce the possibility of physical harm. Mobile crisis response staff will also provide necessary safety planning and short-term therapeutic services to assist in recovery from a crisis.

Every texter is connected with a Crisis Counselor, a real-life human being trained to bring texters from a hot moment to a cool calm through active listening and collaborative problem solving. All of Crisis Text Line's Crisis Counselors are volunteers, donating their time to helping people in crisis.

 

Contact Us

320-396-5215

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