Select the link(s) below to access the 2013-2014 Handbook, Brochures, Referral Forms, Power Points and Publications.

2013-2014 Handbook



Alcohol and Tobacco Prevention Programs
Bully Proofing Strategies for Parents
Characteristics of Families that Produce Bully-Proofed Kids
Counseling Brochure
Drug Prevention Programs
Elementary Social Workers Brochure
Family Service Center
Guidance Programs
High School Social Workers Brochure
Violence Prevention Programs

Referral Forms

Abuse Form
Baldwin County Mental Health Referral Form
Homeless Referral
IMPACT Referral Form
No Harm Contract
Release of Information Form
Social Worker Referral
Suicide Intervention Form

Power Points

Baldwin County, AL Community Resources
Counseling and Guidance Programs
Internet Safety
Strategies for Taking Standardized Tests
Take a Stand Against Bullying
Teen Suicide: Preventable Tragedy
The Phenomenon of Sexting


5 Things To Think About Before You Press Send
The ABCs of Bully Proofing Your Classroom
Academic Competitiveness Grant and National SMART Grant
After High School
Alabama Success Planner
Back To School Tip For Parents
Bullying K-5 Recommended Sources
Bullying: What Educators Can Do About It!
Bullying: What Parents Can Do About It!
Career Awareness In Elementary School
Children and Divorce
Children and The Internet
College Prep Checklist
Cyberbullying Response Options
Cybersafety for Kids Online: A Parent's Guide
Financial Aid Resource
Finding the Right College
Getting Involved with the Teachers
Good Touch, Bad Touch, Secret Touch
Help Your Child Make Career Decisions
Helping Your Child Identify Interests
Helping Your Child Succeed In Elementary School
Helping Your Child Become a Responsible Adult
How a Financial Aid Administrator Can Help
Myths About Financial Aid
Online Teen Safety
Parent Involvement Check-Up
Parents Guide to Internet Safety
Prescription Drug Abuse
Put Child Safety at the Top of Your To Do List
Questions Parents Ask About Schools
Self Injury
Sexting: How Parents Can Keep Their Kids Safe!
Staff Survey About Bullying
Student Survey About Bullying
Teen Sexting: Illegal and Dangerous
The Internet, Your Child and You What Every Parent Should Know
The Parent's Guide to the Information Superhighway
Tips to Prevent Sexting (Page 1)
Tips to Prevent Sexting (Page 2)
What Classes to Take in Middle and High School
What Information do I Need for the FASFA
What is a Federal Student Aid PIN?
Who is the Parent When Filling Out the FASFA?
Why FAFSA Online?
Why Should Your Child Explore Careers?
Work Experience for High School Students

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