HMS Student Services

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SIUE is going to provide help for students who need help with homework  on weekends and evenings. HMS is excited to be able to partner with SIUE and offer this to our parents and students.  We regularly find that our students are unable to find help with their homework at home and sometimes find "creative" ways to complete their homework. This is a free tutoring hotline for students in grades 6 to 8.  Trained SIUE college students will be available to answer the phone lines at 618-650-3072 between the hours of 6:00 and 10:00 PM, Sunday through Thursday starting September 5, 2017 and will run through April 28, 2018.  There is a possibility that the hours will be extended through May 3, 2018.  We will continue to work with student populations within the 5th – 8th grade level with a focus on mathematics.As a parent, principal and teacher, I am excited to have this as an option to students in our area.  Click on the red telephone on the Home Page to get more information.  

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Student Services Program

Mr. Matt Scheibel, Asst. Principal


Mr. Mike Farel, School Social Worker


Ms. Lindsey Felchner, Social Worker/School Psychologist

The Student Assistance Program is designed to identify and 

provide assistance to students with problems in the areas of

 behavior, attendance, health, and/or academics which may be adversely affecting their school performance. This team of 

teachers trained in the SAP process follow the five SAP steps 

to direct adolescents to appropriate services in the school or community. Students may be referred to the program by 

teachers, parents, and other students. This is an assistance 

program, not a disciplinary program.

Support Services

We would like to invite all students, parents, and staff to stop by and see us. Mr. Farel is located in room 102, Ms. Felchner and room 101 and Mrs. Martin in 206, all near the main office. We can be reached by phone at 651-8800, or at our email addresses.

Some services we may provide include talking with students, consulting with teachers and parents, counseling in individual and group settings, leading skills acquisition and divorce support groups, and assisting with academic, personal, health, and career development.  In addition, if you are concerned about academics, we can assist you by considering options such as after school tutoring, consultation with the team of teachers, or possible referrals for further academic testing.  Mrs. Martin also has information and resources on various health issues.