Guidance News and Announcements

New Student Greetings!

It's hard being the new person! We recognize that difficult transition and welcome our new 7th & 8th grade students during getting-to-know-you receptions on September 5. Guidance staff will meet with our new students in grade level groups during lunch and provide sweet treats and snacks.  As new students transfer in throughout the school year, they will be assigned a buddy student to help with tours and transition efforts. 


Is your student considering a career in Healthcare? Register for the Roper St. Francis Healthcare SCRUBS “U”Featuring:Quarterly topics / Register for the topics of interest to you/ Evening sessions / Minimum age 13 / Learn from experts in healthcare who love their work. Registration required by calling 402-2273. Each session will be posted on our home page and announced on our daily announcements. More info can be found here:

Magnet School Information:

Applications for the 2019-2020 school year will be posted as soon as available. Deadlines & Admissions Criteria differ for each school, so please visit: for specific information for each school. See our "Magnet School Application" section for further details, deadlines, etc.

PSAT Info:

  • Informational letters and permission slips are sent home in September
  • Forms and Fees required to take PSAT - can be found on CRMS home page
  • PSAT took place at CRMS on October 10
  • PSAT Score reports are returned in winter, usually in December

Bibliotherapy "Book Club" Groups:

Groups for boys and girls in all grade levels will be led by guidance counselors. Each group will read and discuss a different book during weekly lunch sessions.

8th Grade Individual Graduation Plans:

All 8th graders are required to consult with a counselor and parent/guardian prior to high school registration regarding course selection choices, academic progress and goals, and individual interests during a 30 minute conference. Please contact Erica Ciucci for more information regarding your child's IGP meeting. Refer to the IGP Folder (tab on left) for specific information and resources regarding this process.  Conferences will begin in October and run through March/April.  Make sure your email address is updated in PowerSchool (call the main office), as conferences are scheduled via email and Sign Up Genius.

Grief Counseling
Shannon's Hope Bereavement Camp for Children will take place this fall at Camp St. Christopher on Seabrook Island. This is for children ages 6-15 who have experienced loss and death. For more information of grief resources, or program application, please visit  A similar experience will be offered through Camp Cocoon of the Lowcountry. 

Career Exploration
All students grades 6-8 participate are encouraged to explore the world of work, through taking online interest inventories/career assessments, participating in the school wide job shadow day (February) and other events, such as the school wide career & college fair (spring), career speaking events (ongoing), off campus career based tours and extended learning opportunities and classroom guidance workshops.

RanDOm Acts of Kindness (RAK!) at CRMS:

Our students are recognized and rewarded for going that extra mile to act kind and do good for others without being asked.  See RanDOm Acts of Kindness tab for more info.

Mental Health Counseling at CRMS:

CRMS will host a school based mental health counselor three days a week this year.  For more information, please contact your grade level counselor.

You may also be aware of up-to-date guidance information through our school e-newsletter, or please check out our resources page for a variety of useful information!