My name is Kareem A. J. Jones. I was born and raised in Oxford, Mississippi. I am one of six children.  I graduated from Oxford High School. After graduation, I attended Northwest Community College where I earned my Associates of Arts in Secondary Education. I received my Bachelor of Arts in history and minored in English at The University of Mississippi. I received my Masters of Education at Cambridge College. I have been working in mental health/education for fourteen years. Six of those years I worked for Youth Villages (Bartlett Campus) in Bartlett, Tennessee as a teacher counselor, clinical liaison and residential counselor. I worked for Communicare in Oxford, Mississippi and Spectrum Academy in Nashville, Tennessee as a school therapist. 


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Due to COVID-19, my office hours have changed to Mondays and Thursdays from 10:00am to 3:00pm. In order for me to provide counseling services to students attending the career and technical center, I will post classroom guidance lessons in the personal/social section with due dates and links to the assignment. Students are asked to submit a paragraph about what they learned to their instructor for a participation grade. 

Seniors who donated blood twice this year, 2019/2020, will receive a red cord from Mississippi Blood Services. Currently I am working to update the list. I anticipate the list being completed 4/24/2020. You will receive an email or phone call letting you know you can pick up your red cord.  

We have ordered portfolios for students who paid their dues to be a member of  National Technical Honor Society for 2019/2020. You will receive and email or phone call letting you know you can pick up your portfolio. 

4/16/2020 thru 5/16/2020
We will review how to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies for the remainder of the school year for classroom guidance. The Ready Campaign is a national public service campaign designed to educate and empower the American during natural and man-made disasters. The goal of the campaign is to promote preparedness through public involvement. Students are asked to review disasters and emergencies and make a plan. 

3/25/2020 thru 4/1/2020, students taking Law and Public Safety and Welding are asked to read the articles. Students taking Teacher Academy, Business and Health Science do not have to read these articles again.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Mississippi Department of Education 

Mississippi State Department of Health,0,420.html 

Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration 

Counseling Services


Assignments 3/25/2020 thru 4/1/2020
Classroom Guidance Lessons

Eating Disorders               
Anxiety Disorders   


Assignments 4/1/2020 thru 4/8/2020
None posted

Assignment 4/16/2020 thru 5/16/2020
Classroom Guidance / 
The Ready Campaign 

4/16/2020 to 5/16/2020
CTC Senior Fall Surveys


MS-CPAS, Welding NCCER and Law and Public Safety's National Certification Assessments are cancelled due to COVID-19. 

Student Orientation to Counseling Services
Being updated

CTC Recruitment
Being updated

ACT Dates

College and Career Fair
Being Updated

Student Needs Assessment 
Being Updated

Graduation Options for CTC Seniors
Go to page 20 on the following document

Students interested in attending the career and technical center for the 2020-2021 school term, please complete the application on the link here.