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SLOAN-HENDRIX SCHOOL DISTRICT

COMPREHENSIVE COUNSELING PLAN

2022-2023


Table of Contents

Section 1                                                                             

Introducing the ASCA Model                                              

School Counselor Advocacy                                                

National School Counselor Week                                        

Implementation of a School Counseling Program              

Comprehensive in Scope                                                        

Preventive in Design                                                              

Developmental in Nature                                                      

A Cooperative Effort                                                                

An Opportunity for Leadership                                              

A Tool for Student Advocacy                                                

Collaboration and Teaming                                              

A Systematic Change Agent                                            

Roles and Best Practices      

Team Members

Advisory Council                                                  

Section 2                                                                               

Foundation                                                                              

Beliefs                                                                                  

Vision Statement                                                                

Mission Statement                                                              

Program Goals                                                                

Needs Addressed                                                          

Data  

Annual Administrative Conference                                                                                

Daily and Yearly Calendar                                            

Section 3                                                                        

Delivery                                                                        

Direct                                                                                      

Indirect                                                                              

Administrative                                                            

Classroom Lessons                                         

Suicide Prevention                                          

Bully Prevention                                                  

New Student Orientation                                        

Follow-up With Graduates                                  

Academic Advisement                                            

Instruction                                                          

Appraisal                                                          

Advisement                                                  

Counseling                                                   

Individual Career Education Guidance                  

Student Success Plans                                          

Assessing the School Counseling Program          

Section 4                                                                    

Accountability                                                            

Assessment Tools                                                                      

School Counselor Reflection                                    

Arkansas TESS School Counselor Rubric                

Section 5                                                                    

Resource List                                                              


Section One

The Sloan-Hendrix School District adheres to the philosophy that the school counseling program is an essential and integral part of the overall education process.  The comprehensive program is built on the assumption that certain academic, career, and personal objectives are attainable when school counseling for all students is provided.  This implementation acknowledges that school counseling is no longer a service to be offered by one person but a program coordinated with other educators incorporating a comprehensive curriculum.

The Sloan-Hendrix School District counseling program is based on the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model.  The program aims to be preventative, proactive, and collaborative in addressing the diverse needs of our district.

The Sloan-Hendrix School District also utilizes the Arkansas Comprehensive School Counseling Program Guide as an advocacy tool to educate all stakeholders:  administrators, teachers, staff, parents, community, and students in regard to the role, function, and job skills required of the school counselor.

ASCA National Model:

A Framework for School Counseling Programs

“School counselors design and deliver comprehensive school counseling programs that promote student achievement.  These programs are comprehensive in scope, preventive in design, and developmental in nature.  The ASCA National Model:  A Framework for School Counseling Programs outlines the components of a comprehensive school counseling program.  The ASCA National Model brings school counselors together with one vision and one voice, which creates unity and focus toward improving student achievement.  A comprehensive school counseling program is an integral component of the school’s academic mission.  Comprehensive school counseling programs, driven by student data and based on standards in academic, career, and personal/social development, promote and enhance the learning process for all students.”  Quotation from the ASCA National Model Executive Summary.

Roles and Responsibilities

The counselors at the Sloan-Hendrix School District maintain the highest standard of professional practice as defined by the ASCA National Model in the development and implementation of comprehensive school counseling programs.  Students being able to have access to school counselors helps them develop mindsets and behaviors necessary for academic, career and personal success.  A comprehensive counseling program is planned, intentional, and data-driven.  The comprehensive counseling program is based on four components:  foundation, management, delivery, and accountability.

Advocacy

The Sloan-Hendrix School District school counselors participate in continual professional development to inform and educate students, teachers, staff members, parents, and community members regarding the comprehensive school counseling program.

National School Counseling Week

The school counselors at the Sloan-Hendrix School District  celebrate National School Counseling Week. This celebration is held during the first full week of February to focus public attention on the unique contribution of school counselors.  It is sponsored by the American School Counselor Association to highlight the tremendous impact school counselors have in helping students achieve school success and plan for a career.

Implementation of an Arkansas Comprehensive School Counseling Program

The ASCA National Model represents what a school counseling program should contain, and it serves as an organizational tool to identify and prioritize the elements of a high-quality program.  It describes the program components and serves as a framework for states, districts, and individual schools to use in developing, implementing, and evaluating their own comprehensive, systematic, and developmental school counseling programs.  The ASCA Model has been used as a framework for the Arkansas School Counselor Comprehensive Counseling Program Guide and Arkansas School Counselor Toolkit.  The Model is:

Comprehensive in Scope

A comprehensive school counseling program will focus on a multi-tiered approach for all students.  The emphasis is on promoting success for every student, so that they will achieve in school and develop into contributing members of our society.

Preventive in Design

School counselors design programs and services that emphasize proactive education through the implementation of the school counseling core curriculum lessons.  Preventive Tier One implementation includes emphasis on the ASCA Mindsets and Behaviors, and the G.U.I.D.E. for Life essential skills, as well as the Arkansas standards being taught in public schools.

Developmental in Nature

School counselors establish program goals, expectations, support systems, and experiences that are developmentally appropriate for all students.  To support varying student developmental needs, counselors increase the intensity and frequency of interventions as needed.

A Cooperative Effort

School counselors collaborate with many stakeholders to ensure a high-quality school counseling program.  Through this cooperative effort, school counseling programs become an integral part of the total school mission.

An Opportunity for Leadership

School counselors serve as leaders who are engaged in change to ensure student success.  They help every student gain access to rigorous academic preparation that leads to greater opportunity and increased academic achievement.  School counselors focus on closing achievement gaps and helping students access content and curriculum.  School counselors become effective leaders by collaborating with other professionals in the school to influence systemic change, and by implementing school reforms and participating in professional communities and professional development opportunities.

A Tool for Student Advocacy

School counselors advocate for students’ academic, career, and social/emotional needs and work to ensure these needs are addressed at every level of the school experience.  Through their leadership, advocacy, collaboration, counseling, and the effective use of data, school counselors minimize barriers so students have increased opportunities to achieve success in school.  These methods promote equity by providing access to rigorous courses and a quality curriculum for every student.  By increasing access to challenging programs and coursework, students will be better prepared for college and/or careers.

A Representation of Collaboration and Teaming

School counselors work with all stakeholders, both inside and outside the school system, to develop and implement responsive educational programs that support the achievement identified goals for every student.  School counselors build effective teams by encouraging genuine collaboration among all school staff to work toward the common goals of equity, access, and academic success for every student.  School counselors create effective working relationships among students, professional and support staff, parents and/or guardians, and community members.

A Systemic Change Agent

With a school-wide expectation to serve the needs of every student, school counselors are uniquely positioned to assess the school for systemic barriers to academic success.  School counselors have access to critical data about student placement, student academic performance, and student coursework.  Systemic change occurs with the sustained involvement of all critical players in the school setting, including and often led by school counselors.

Roles and Best Practices

School counselors help all students by establishing individual, group, and classroom contacts with them, collaborating with teachers, and coordinating with other school or community guidance resources. The clinical skills and knowledge base of the counselor are more effectively used if effort is directed in an organized way toward making the school, the teachers, and the curriculum sensitive to those aspects of personal development most associated with life success.

 The Counselors at the Sloan-Hendrix School District:

The Program:

Team Members:

Mr. Clifford Rorex                                        Superintendent

Mr. Ligie Waddell                                        Elementary Principal

Mrs. Shara Phares                                        Elementary Counselor

Mr. Marty Moore                                        High School Principal

Mrs. Amanda Rorex                                        High School Counselor

Mrs. Melanie Spence                                K-12 Assistant Principal

Mrs. Cynthia Brewer                                Special Education Supervisor

Dr. Aaron Murphy                                        Board Member/ Local Dentist/Parent

Advisory Council

The Sloan-Hendrix School District will create an advisory council that will meet at least once per semester.  The council is composed of a variety of stakeholders including parents, students, faculty, community members, school administrators and counselors.  Our hope is that by having a representative sample of stakeholders, a diverse set of perspectives can help guide our counseling program successfully.

Advisory Council Members:

Mr. William Rowsey, business owner

Mr. Billy Powell, business owner

Mrs. Beth Murphy, parent

Mrs. Jessica Harpole, parent

Mr. Burton Winston, faculty member

Mrs. Sue Dail, faculty member

Mrs. Melanie Spence, administrator

Mrs. Shara Phares, elementary counselor

Mrs. Amanda Rorex, high school counselor

The advisory council will have their first meeting on Thursday, August 11, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. in the high school conference room.  The second meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 9, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. in the high school conference room.

Section Two

Foundation

The foundation area of the ASCA model serves as the solid ground upon which the comprehensive school counseling program is built.  The purpose of this component is to establish the focus of the comprehensive school counseling program based on the academic, career, and social/emotional needs of the students in the school.

Beliefs

The Sloan-Hendrix School District’s Comprehensive Counseling Program is based upon the following beliefs:

The Sloan-Hendrix School District Comprehensive Counseling Program:

All school counselors in the Sloan-Hendrix School District:

Sloan-Hendrix School District Vision Statement

The Sloan-Hendrix School counseling program will work to enable all students in the high school to reach and attain educational success by providing guidance and counseling in the areas of academic, career, and personal/social development as well as through a collaborative effort between parents, teachers, administrators, social workers, and the community to enhance learning and success. This program will help students overcome challenges associated with learning and development and will advocate for an environment that strives for achievement for all students regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, etc. Diversity is respected and appreciated as school counselors enhance unity among students, school stakeholders, and the community. The school counseling program will strive to help students develop competencies to address deficits, strengthen capabilities and skills, and address personal responsibility as students work towards postsecondary education and/or entrance into the workforce.

Sloan-Hendrix School District Counseling Mission Statement

The mission of the Sloan-Hendrix School District Comprehensive School Counseling Program is to advocate and provide support for maximum student achievement in the areas of academic, career, and personal/social growth.  School counselors work with parents, educators, and the community to provide developmentally appropriate and comprehensive services that meet the needs of all students to ensure that all students in the Sloan-Hendrix School District have access to and are prepared with the knowledge and skills to become productive members of an ever-changing society.

Program Goals

Academic Year 2022-2023

Sloan-Hendrix High School Annual Student Outcome Goal:

military, career), and will have developed the skills necessary to implement the post-secondary plan.

The actions we plan to take include:

The strategies we plan to use are:

The data we plan to use will be:

ASCA mindsets and behaviors most relevant for this goal:

ASCA Student Standards: Mindsets & Behaviors for Student Success

Academic Year 2021-2022 Goal Results:

Sloan-Hendrix High School Annual Student Outcome Goal: 

By May 2022, the number of classes repeated for graduation requirements will decrease by 10% from 330 to 300 compared to May 2021.

Outcome Data that serves as basis for goal:

Based on data from 2020-2021, 96 students failed at least one class.  There were 330 failed classes recorded.  This represents 28% of the student population not on track for graduation due to failed classes.

Goal Results for Academic Year 2021-2022:

Data retrieved from eschool revealed that the number of classes failed for the 2021-2022 school year was 240, which decreased from 330 the prior year.  We believe this improvement was due to weekly check-ins with students, increased parental contact, increased direct contact with students possessing failing grades, and more students attending after school tutoring.

Sloan-Hendrix Elementary School Annual Student Outcome Goal:

The goal of the Sloan-Hendrix Elementary Counseling Program for the 2022-2023 year is to decrease the number of students receiving a failing semester grade by 3%.  During the 2021-22 school year, 35 students received an F on the second semester report cards (9.5%)  We would like to decrease the amount of students that have a semester F to less than 24 students.  The goal will be measured at the end of each academic semester.  

The actions we plan to take include:

ASCA Mindsets and Behaviors most relevant for this goal:

M-2 & B-LS 4----Students will develop self-confidence in their ability to succeed by applying self-direction activities to learning.

M-6 & B-SMS 1----Students will exhibit a positive attitude toward work and learning by assuming responsibility for their learning and grades.

B-LS 3. Time-management, organizational study skills

Sloan-Hendrix Elementary Goal Results for Academic Year 2021-2022 

The attendance rate for 2021-2022 school year for Sloan-Hendrix Elementary was 94.77%,  The attendance goal of improving attendance by 1% to 96.76 was not met.  The strategies did show success, but the attendance rate decreased during January and February, mainly due to a large attendance drop due to the Flu. Attendance rates were also still affected during the 2021-2022 school year by Covid, so the overall goal results were inconclusive.  

 

Other Goals of the Comprehensive Counseling Program:

Annual Administrative Conference

The annual administrative conference is a formal discussion between school counselors and the administrator in charge of the school counseling program.  The conference includes information such as the school counseling program priorities, how school counseling goals align with the school’s goals, ratios and caseload numbers, direct and indirect services to be delivered, advisory council dates and members, and plans for professional development.

The elementary and high school counselors meet with their building administrator during the first month of school to go over the annual administrative conference template provided by the American School Counselor Association.

Annual Administrative Conference Template

Sloan-Hendrix Elementary Calendar

August

September

  • Open House
  • 504 Plan review meetings
  • 504 Plan delivery to teachers
  • New student orientation
  • Distribution of school supplies to needy students
  • Meet the Counselor Guidance Lessons
  • Self-Esteem/Suicide Prevention Guidance Lessons
  • Backpack food program organization
  • Develop ESL plans
  • Career Day
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • i-Ready Test
  • ELPA-21 Screeners

October

November

  • Red Ribbon Week
  • Drug Awareness Guidance Lessons
  • Begin Thanksgiving and Christmas basket distribution lists and preparations
  • Conflict Resolution Guidance Lessons
  • Kindness Club
  • Canned Food Drive
  • Shop for presents for Christmas baskets

December

January

  • Christmas Basket Distribution
  • Anger Management Guidance Lessons
  • Homecoming Activities/Greyhound Pride
  • Great Kindness Challenge
  • Kindness Guidance Lessons
  • Check Semester Grades
  • Review and adjust 504 plans
  • Goal-Setting

February

March

  • Hygiene Guidance Lessons
  • Puberty Video with school nurse

  • Literacy Day Character Dress-up
  • ACT Aspire Boot Camp
  • Test Anxiety Guidance Lessons
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences

April

May

  • Test Incentive Assembly
  • i-Ready Test Administration
  • ELPA-21 Test Administration
  • ACT Aspire Test Administration
  • Child Abuse Prevention Guidance Lessons
  • 504 Annual Review
  • Class Lists for Next Year

Sloan-Hendrix High School Calendar

August

September

  • Open House
  • 504 Plan review meetings
  • 504 Plan delivery to teachers
  • New student orientation
  • Distribution of school supplies to needy students
  • ALE enrollment
  • Career fair
  • Backpack food program organization
  • Develop ESL plans
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • PSAT ordering
  • ELPA-21 Screeners

October

November

  • Red Ribbon Week
  • Begin Thanksgiving and Christmas basket distribution lists and preparations
  • Administer PSAT
  • College Fair
  • Canned Food Drive
  • Shop for presents for Christmas baskets
  • Graduation Planning
  • Scholarship Night
  • Financial Aid Night

December

January

  • Christmas Basket Distribution
  • Homecoming Activities/Greyhound Pride
  • Arkansas Governor’s School applications
  • Great Kindness Challenge
  • Check Semester Grades
  • Review and adjust 504 plans
  • Senior Transcript review
  • PSAT score interpretation

February

March

  • Concurrent credit presentations
  • 7th grade planning meeting
  • Academic advising for failing grades
  • ACT Aspire Boot Camp
  • Graduation planning
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences

April

May

  • ACT Aspire Test Administration
  • Graduation Planning
  • Scholarship night planning
  • 504 Annual Review
  • Graduation
  • Next year scheduling

Section Three

Delivery

The Sloan-Hendrix School Counselors provide direct, indirect, and administrative services.

The School Counseling Improvement Act, Act 190, states that a school counselor shall spend at least ninety percent of his/her time each month, on student contact days, providing direct and indirect counseling services to students.  Sloan-Hendrix school counselors engage in a variety of direct and indirect student services.

Individual and small group counseling are based on the needs of the student(s).  Parents, teachers, and staff may refer a student for counseling services.  Additionally, support is provided for students with immediate concerns.  Indirect services are provided on behalf of a student.  

Below is a list of direct and indirect services provided by the counselor at Sloan-Hendrix Elementary :

Direct Services

Indirect Services

  • Classroom guidance lessons, biweekly
  • Small group counseling sessions
  • Individual counseling
  • Crisis counseling
  • Academic advisement
  • Assessment interpretation
  • Attendance support
  • Conflict resolution
  • Parent meetings

  • Consultation with teachers
  • Consultation with parents
  • Consultation with administration
  • Referrals for mental health services
  • Child maltreatment reports
  • Parent communication
  • Building 504 coordinator
  • 504 Plan meetings
  • McKinney-Vento Liaison
  • Assign students to classroom teacher

Below is a list of direct and indirect services provided by the counselor at Sloan-Hendrix High School:

Direct Services

Indirect Services

  • Classroom guidance lessons
  • Small group counseling sessions
  • Individual counseling
  • Crisis counseling
  • Orientation for new students
  • Academic advisement
  • Schedule selection
  • Grade transitions to high school
  • Assessment interpretation
  • Attendance support
  • Conflict resolution
  • Parent meetings
  • School-wide programs
  • Career planning
  • Scholarship and financial aid guidance

  • Consultation with parents
  • Consultation with teachers
  • Consultation with administration
  • Referrals for mental health services
  • Child maltreatment reports
  • Parent communication
  • Teacher communication
  • 504 Plan meetings
  • Concurrent credit registration
  • AP test ordering
  • Schedule changes
  • Transcript management
  • NCAA/NAIA standards and records review
  • PSAT registration and ordering

Below is a list of administrative services provided by the school counselor at Sloan-Hendrix Elementary:

Administrative Services

  • 504 Building Coordinator
  • Building Test Coordinator
  • BackPack Building Coordinator
  • Homeless Liaison
  • Member of Elementary Emergency Response Team
  • Assist in developing the master schedule
  • Input all student registration and scheduling into eschool

Below is a list of administrative services provided by the school counselor at Sloan-Hendrix High School:

Administrative Services

  • 504 Building Coordinator
  • Building Test Coordinator
  • Concurrent Credit Coordinator
  • AP Coordinator
  • Assist in developing the master schedule
  • Input all student registration and scheduling into eschool
  • Member of High School Emergency Response Team

Classroom Lessons

The school counseling core curriculum addresses academic growth, career exploration, and social emotional learning.  This curriculum is intentional, planned, and developmentally appropriate based on student needs.  Classroom guidance lessons do not exceed three per day or ten per week.  Elementary students receive lessons on a rotating, bi-weekly basis.

Suicide Prevention

Act 190 states that comprehensive school counseling programs have strategies and protocols to identify and help students at risk for suicide as well as protocols for responding to death by suicide.

All certified staff periodically receive suicide awareness training, which includes identifying risk factors, appropriate response to students, and a referral to the school counselor or other mental health professionals.  Additionally, all teachers and staff members are provided with the district crisis plan.  This plan addresses steps to be taken should any staff member have reason to believe that a student or staff member is in danger of harming himself/herself.

Students in grades kindergarten through sixth grade receive suicide prevention services via classroom guidance lessons concerning topics of stress management, conflict resolution, and communication skills.  

Students in grades seven through twelve receive classroom guidance on suicide prevention.  The lessons are generated from Youth Suicide Prevention 101.  These students are also taught about the symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress.  They are also taught the risk factors for suicide, warning signs of suicide, how to search out for help, and all resources available in our school and community.

Bully Prevention

Act 190 states that the comprehensive school counseling programs provide strategies, protocols and staff training on recognizing bullying behaviors, responding to bullying, assisting students who are targets of bullying, and empowering students to become upstanders for targeted students.  The Sloan-Hendrix School District has a policy addressing bully prevention in the student handbook.  Additionally, all certified staff periodically receive training regarding bully prevention.

All students in grades kindergarten through 6th grade participate in classroom guidance lessons that address bully prevention. The primary source used for these lessons is Pacer Kids Against Bullying. 

All students in grades seven through twelve are made aware of the district’s anti-bullying policies during a school-wide orientation on the first day of school.  Students are also told how to report instances of bullying.  The primary source used to teach high school students about bullying is STOMP Out Bullying.

Orientation Programs for New Students

New Students

At the beginning of each school year, the elementary and high school hosts an open house usually held on the Thursday evening before the first day of school.  Students and their families are invited to their respective buildings to pick up schedules, classroom assignments, and meet teachers and staff.

Elementary Students

High School

Follow-Up with Graduates and Students At Risk of Dropping Out

The high school counselor meets with individual students at risk for dropping out and helps to coordinate a plan for them to complete their high school education and earn a diploma.  The counselor also provides information regarding youth apprenticeship programs, alternative learning programs, Job Corps, home schooling, virtual learning, and the Black River Technical Center Adult Education Program (GED).

The high school counselor typically emails all graduates from the previous year’s senior class to determine their college and work situation.

Academic Advisement and Individual Planning

Act 190 states that a comprehensive school planning program includes the following:

Instruction

Students are taught how to use the Home Access Center (HAC) to monitor their academic progress through classwork and test scores.  Students also participate in lessons on goal setting, conflict resolution, and self-motivation.  The high school counselor provides classroom presentations for all students in grades seven through twelve to include graduation requirements, honor graduate requirements, and options for required courses.

Appraisal

Students have access to their grades and assignments via HAC.  This allows them to check their grades, identify missing assignments, and determine a plan for success.

Advisement

The counselors engage students in discussion on Career Action Planning and Student Success Plans using Naviance.  The counselor also assists students in course selection aligning high school courses to career goals.  Using a variety of data points, the school counselor assists with student recommendations for advanced placement, concurrent/college classes.  Using a variety of data points, the school counselor assists with student recommendations for referrals for special education testing or the development of a 504 Plan.

Counseling

Counseling support is provided to students in individual or small group setting during times of transition, stress, anxiety, critical change, or other situations impeding student success.

Individual Career Education Guidance

Student Success Plans

All students create their Student Success Plan (SSP) in seventh grade using a Google document.  Each year students have opportunities to refine their plan until graduation.  Students can add courses, high school accomplishments, and career options.

Assessing the School Counseling Program

The school counselors administer an evaluation of the school counseling program at the end of each school year.  The evaluation is completed by students, school counselors, administration, and staff members.

The Sloan-Hendrix School District school counselors complete the Arkansas Comprehensive School Counseling Program Self-Assessment annually.  This assessment allows our counselors to assess their mindsets and behaviors and the effectiveness of the school counseling program.

Performance appraisal template (DOCX)

Section Four

Accountability

Accountability and evaluation of the school counseling program are absolute necessities, and help to answer the question, “How are students different as a result of the school counseling program?”

Assessment Tools

Means of evaluating counseling activities include pre and post assessments, attendance rates, retention rates, grades, discipline referrals, and test scores.  Other evaluation tools include school climate survey, school report card, student and/or staff surveys.

Reflection

Arkansas TESS School Counselor Rubric

The Arkansas Teacher Excellence and Support System provides statutory direction for reform of teacher and leader evaluation systems. This evaluation and support system, coupled with Arkansas’s longitudinal data system teacher/student link, provides critical information to state, district and school educators in the form of essential data and feedback to ensure College and Career Readiness leading to access and achievement for all Arkansas students. The following resources provide school counselors with Arkansas Teacher Excellence and Support System (TESS) counseling specific guidance documents.

Aligning Danielson Framework with ASCA’s School Counselor Competencies and Ethical Standards http://www.arkansased.gov/public/userfiles/Learning_Services/Guidance_School_Counseling/Aligning_ Danielson_Framework_with_ASCA_SCC_and_ESSC2.pdf TESS

 

 TESS for Specialty Areas - Counselors http://www.arkansased.gov/divisions/human-resources-educator-effectiveness-and-licensure/officeofeducator-effectiveness/teacher-evaluation-system/tess-for-specialty-areas/school-counselortessdocuments

 TESS Artifacts and Evidence for Counselors http://www.arkansased.gov/public/userfiles/HR_and_Educator_Effectiveness/TESS/TESS%20Artifacts% 20and%20Evidence/TESS_Examples_of_Artifacts_Counselors_Updated_04282014.pdf

Section Five

Resource List

AR Crisis Center 888-274-7472

AR Poison Control Center 800-222-1222

Child Abuse Hotline 800-482-5964

Elder Abuse 800-482-8049

Suicide Hotline 888-274-7472

Veteran’s Crisis Line 800-273-8255

Health Dept. (Lawrence County) 870-886-3201

Sheriff 870-886-2525

Dentist Office-Murphy Dental-870-869-1042

Food Bank-870-886-2360