Rachel Schwab, Elementary Guidance Counselor for the Athol-Royalston Regional School District, Receives MASCA: Massachusetts School Counselor Tribute Award

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Athol~On April 4, 2016, Rachel Schwab, Elementary Guidance Counselor, received a MASCA: Massachusetts School Counselor Association Tribute Award at the Annual Massachusetts School Counselor Association Spring Conference, in Boxborough, MA. at the MASCA President’s Dinner.  Rachel Schwab, pictured on the right in this photo, received the award from Helen O’Donnell, a MASCA Past President and present MASCA Vice President, pictured on the left.  Rachel Schwab is the Vice President of the Franklin Hampshire Guidance Association. Mrs. Schwab received this award in recognition of nineteen years of service to the Athol-Royalston Regional School District, and for being the Co-Chairperson of the Annual Summit of Peacemakers: School Peer Mediators Conference, for sixteen years, held at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts. Mrs. Schwab attended school counseling workshops at the MASCA Conference on April 4th and 5th, 2016, with over three hundred school counselors from Massachusetts.  Mrs. Schwab is the Elementary Guidance Counselor for Pleasant Street School in Athol, and Royalston Community School, in Royalston.

Photo MASCA Conference Counselors Making a Difference Every Day slide 4 5 2016

“Counselors Make a Difference Every day!”  MASCA:  Massachusetts School Counselors Association Annual Spring Conference, Boxborough, Massachusetts, April 4th and 5th, 2016

Photo MASCA Conference College and Career Readiness powerpoint 4 5 2016

Mrs. Schwab attended the MASCA workshop on: School Counselors Help Students Prepare for College and Career Readiness in Massachusetts at the MASCA: Massachusetts School Counselors Association Conference, in Boxborough, Massachusetts, April 4 and 5, 2016

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