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Coffee with the Counselors

Parents:  Have questions for the counseling department?  Join the Coffee with Counselors on Monday December 16 at 9:00am in the counseling office.  It will be a group setting so if you are in need of discussing specifics about your student you can email your student’s counselor directly.  

 


Community Service Spotlight

Maddie Morrison comes from a family where volunteering is a way of life. As far back as she can remember, she has been helping and assisting with school dances, team sports and after-school activities. She has had years of experience on some of the best AAU Basketball  teams in Seattle. In high school, she volunteered as assistant coach in basketball at the local  Boys and Girls Club and pitching to the boys in Little League Baseball . Her ability to communicate with the younger kids and to make them feel special is a gift that she uses well. She loved sharing her talents and passion for the two sports-- motivating children to accept challenges, work hard and express who they are, in and out of the game. As a senior, Maddie became an EHS cheerleader, and has continued her volunteer time in the community helping young children by being an example during camps and performances believing that helping the community is an important part of growing up into a healthy and balanced young woman.
Maddie plans to continue with volunteering while in college saying that it is a life-style that helps others and herself feel good and take ownership of their community.


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Youth Eastside Services

Youth Eastside ServicesYouth Eastside Services provides counseling, substance abuse treatment, education and prevention, and psychiatric services in East King County. Since 1968, we've helped children, teens and their families struggling with depression, grief, trauma, substance abuse, anxiety, gender- or cultural-identity issues, behavioral issues, ADHD, autism and so much more. We work with youth up to age 22 and their families.

Youth Eastside ServicesEveryone faces challenges in life. But with the right tools, skills and support, all families can thrive. Just say YES.

Read here the intro letter to parents from our on-site YES counselor. 

 

Community Service Spotlight

Maddie Morrison comes from a family where volunteering is a way of life.  As far back as she can remember, she has been helping and assisting with school dances, team sports and after-school activities. She has had years of experience on some of the best AAU Basketball teams in Seattle. In high school, she volunteered as assistant coach in basketball at the local Boys and Girls Club and pitching to the boys in Little League Baseball.  Her ability to communicate with the younger kids and to make them feel special is a gift that she uses well. She loved sharing her talents and passion for the two sports-- motivating children to accept challenges, work hard  and express who they are, in and out of the game. As a senior, Maddie became an EHS cheerleader, and has continued her volunteer time in the community helping young children by being an example during camps and performances that helping the community is an important part of growing up into a healthy and balanced young woman. 

Maddie plans to continue with volunteering while in college saying that it is a life-style that helps others and herself feel good and take ownership of their community.