We miss all of you!! ERHS Counselors have put together some helpful information and resources during this challenging time. Please click here to view our message to our students.
How do I contact my school counselor during distance learning?
Counselor's are available by email. For more information on contacting your Counselor click here.
If you are in crisis, contact a crisis line to speak to a mental health professional immediately. Please see below for crisis
Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
Crisis Text Line: text "HOME" to 741741
Four County Crisis Response Team: 1-800-635-8008
The Trevor Lifeline (for LGBTQ youth): 1-866-488-7386
Trans Lifeline: 1-877-565-8860
How can I get information on College and Career planning?
Career and college planning is an important part of your high school experience. We realize with the transition to distance learning, how you plan for life after high school might need to look different in the coming weeks. Click here for college and career online resources.
I am a Senior, how do proceed with my college plans during distance learning?Seniors and Parents of Seniors,
We understand you may have questions about how to proceed with your college plans now that many institutions have moved to distance learning. We wanted to create this resource to help answer some questions as we solve these issues together. For the most up to date information, please directly reach out to the college admission, financial aid office, and scholarship donor with the contact information provided on their website. For many colleges, they still have staff who are working remotely and are able to assist you.Please contact your school counselor with questions or concerns.
What are some things I can do to relieve stress right now?Disclaimer: ISD 728 is not associated nor affiliated with any of the cited electronic applications. As public educators its imperative for materials to not be affiliated with any religion. Although we have taken great care in vetting the resources, developers may change their materials which could develop links to specific religious content. We neither endorse nor encourage the use of these applications during the school day, feel free to use at your own discretion.Explore the world without leaving your home with the help of virtual field trips:
- Guggenheim Museum
- Van Gogh Museum
- The Louvre
- Houston Zoo
- The Great Wall of China
- Boston Children’s Museum
- Georgia Aquarium
- Explore the surface of Mars
- Farm 360
- Puppy Playroom
Download a calming/breathing app:
Write a letter to a family member
Play a game with your parents and/or siblings
FaceTime friends and family
Play your favorite music and dance
Unplug for awhile and read a book
Got outside and enjoy some physical activity
Pine Technical College (CIS: College in School)Updates
To view the PTCC Application slide show please click here
StarID self help: https://starid.
StarID help desk: https://www.mnstate.edu/starid/
The Accuplacer test, which is required by PTCC, that was scheduled for May 20, 2020 has been cancelled. Parents and students will be notified and this page will be updated as more information becomes available.
Any questions, please contact the counseling office at 763-241-3424 x2