Welcome to the school counselor's web page


Please use the links at the left to help you find the information that you are looking for.

If you have questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact your school counselor, Diane Hanel.  Phone 402-654-3317, ext. 129 or .

I am available to connect with you in person or virtually.  Please email me or call me and we can set up a time where I can have a meeting with you.

Information is updated or added on a monthly basis, please check back often.

Online Counseling Sign Up

WHAT -  When you would like to sign up your student to see the counselor, or would like to request a meeting with the counselor, complete the form and we will make it happen!

WHY - The two main reasons for implementing the online counselor sign up are to keep students in class as much as possible, and to do our best to insure student safety and accountability.  

WHEN - The online sign up system allows students, parents, and teachers to sign students up at their convenience to see the counselor. The notification will be sent to the counselor, and they can then place the student on their schedule to meet during the school day.

Student Request Form                  Teacher Request Form                    Parent Request Form
 


Create and Maintain a Safe Environment at Logan View

Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among individuals that involves a real or perceived power imbalance.  The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.  If you are subjected to bullying behavior or you witness this type of behavior, it is important that you report it as soon as possible.  Please contact your building principal, school counselor or fill out the online form as soon as you witness this type of behavior.

Bullying Report Form
 
Anonymous Alert System - Logan View Public Schools

Anonymous alert is NOT an Emergency hotline.  If you are reporting an event that could immediately affect your school community, PLEASE Call 911 or your local emergency number.

Reports submitted here will be forwarded to a designated school administrator and at the school administration's option, to local enforcement agencies. No disciplinary action will be taken solely on the basis on an anonymous report. This report will be investigated in a timely manner.

If you fear a student is in IMMEDIATE danger, contact the appropriate resource (i.e. the principal, assistant principal,  school counselor, school resource officer,  law enforcement, or another adult)

Anonymous Alert Form
 
Safe2Help - Anonymous Alert for Douglas/Dodge County Area
Safe2Help NE is a school related tip management system that allows students, parents and community members that live in the Douglas County, Omaha, Nebraska area to instantly relay and submit secure and anonymous safety concerns to the appropriate school, law enforcement agency or crisis counselor.

Information shared from the student or community member can be related to harmful, dangerous or violent activity that is directed at schools, students or staff members or the threat of these activities. Some of these activities range from violence, suicide, weapons, domestic violence, inappropriate relationships, illicit drug use, threatening behavior, bullying, cyberbullying, self-harm and other acts of victimization that impact youth/students in Douglas County, Omaha, NE.

The Safe2Help NE app allows you to submit anonymous and secure school safety related information to a 24/7 staffed crisis center. The crisis center is housed with the Boys Town National Hotline. Tips can be submitted via the Safe2Help NE website, calling 531-299-7233 or through the mobile app. The tipster can opt to two-way dialogue with the staff or crisis counselors as well as upload images or video to pass along information. The tip is triaged by trained staff or crisis counselors and forwarded to school officials to address school related concerns. Tips may also be forwarded to local law enforcement if immediate action is necessary to protect lives.

Safe2Help NE will use the most accurate information and respond with the most effective intervention strategies to provide help when needed.

Safe2Help Alert Form

Contact: Diane Hanel