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Discover our Support Materials for Students

Take a peek at some of the resources the Library has to support learning at home.

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Through the official website,  Smoke Signals Student Media strives to reach the George Rogers Clark High School and community audience with a variety of stories and features about a variety of topics. 

George Rogers Clark’s Smoke Signals newspaper first began as a tradition of excellence in 1958 as the official publication of Winchester High School in Clark County, Kentucky. The paper derived its name from the school mascot, the Shawnees.

When Winchester High School and Clark County High School merged to form George Rogers Clark High School in 1963, the students elected to keep the Smoke Signals name and preserve its tradition.

Mental Health Resources and Support for Youth in Crisis

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Like 911 and other national, 3-digit phone numbers, 988 was created to be easier to remember and make crisis care easier to access. Available 24/7/365 and free-of-charge, callers to 988 will connect with a compassionate, highly trained counselor who can help address their issues as smoothly as possible.

The library - and the community at large - are here to help you find what you need. Find help in our community for whatever problems you or your friends face. 

Love is Respect
Visit, text "LOVEIS" to 22522, or call 1.866.331.9474 to talk with a peer advocate to prevent and end abusive relationships. 

The Trevor Project: Crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ+ youth

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Visit or call 1.800.273.TALK (8255)

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Health)
Share stories: and find support.

Stop Bullying
This website offers resources for teens to prevent bullying in their schools.

Mindfulness: Help yourself with online tools for relaxation and awareness

Teen Health from Medline Plus

Downloads and Printables
Teen Depression Fact Sheet
Seven Facts about the T
een Brain
Guide to Mental Health
Taking Charge of Your Mental Health

How to Help a Friend
Teen Mental Health: Downloadable Magazines

If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please call 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) to speak with someone and get help.


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