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It’s not too late to thank your counselor

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Mr. Knapp (ahem Santa) poses with sophomore Ryan Meis.

Mr. Knapp (ahem Santa) poses with sophomore Ryan Meis.

Mr. Knapp (ahem Santa) poses with sophomore Ryan Meis.

Amber Schnupp, Staff Writer

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The American School Counselors Association has designated Feb. 5- 9 National Counselor Week.

It is the perfect time to show your support for your school counselors!

They work hard all year to make sure students are successful and the best they can be. Counselors help students do everything from manage classes to making sure your post high school career is set into motion.

Now it is the time to thank them for all of their hard work!

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