Counseling Office

Counseling Office

WHS Counselors... 
Serving students with last names that begin with:

 A-G  H-N O-Z
 Conner, Daniel photo Gillogly, Glen photo
 Nimmo, Kelly photo
 Mr. Dan Conner
 Mr. Glen Gillogly
 Mrs. Kelly Nimmo
 747-2262  x8006   747-2262  x8005  747-2262  x8007

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Luff, Bridget photo
Mrs. Bridget Luff
phone number:  660.747.2262 x8004
fax: 660.747.6451
see me for scholarship applications and
to have your transcript & scores sent to colleges
WHS Registrar and Counselor's Secretary



WHS is having New Student Orientation Sessions this year:

 Thursday, Aug 11 from 1-2:30 pm

Monday, Aug 15 from Noon-1:30 pm

Tuesday, Aug 16 from 9-10:30 am

Please plan on attending any one of the sessions.  We would like at least one parent/guardian to come to the session with the student.  At these sessions, we will go over a lot of important information including requesting classes.  Please bring your questions so we can help you get off to a great start at WHS. 

Please fill out the following form to let us know when you will be attending.

In the meantime, click on the link below to access our course description guide and course selection sheets so you can look them over and begin thinking about your classes.  We will have paper copies of these available at the registration sessions.

22-23 new student packet.pdf


Need to speak with your Counselor?


Mr. Conner - Students with last names A-G

Mr. Gillogly - Students with last names H-N

Mrs. Nimmo - Students with last names O-Z

(If this is an emergency, please do not fill out this form. Ask an adult in the building to notify your counselor)

Sign up Here
Want to know which counselor you should contact for more information about specific things? Open the document below:

WHS Counselor Responsibilities 2022-2023.docx

WHS will be having Apply Missouri Week next week, OCT 10-14. Seniors-be looking for an email from Mrs. Nimmo about the festivities. All students (9-12) have ways to participate as well. Be listening to the announcements!!

2022 Apply MO week.docx

If you are planning on taking an AP test in the Spring you must declare that intent in your College Board account by November 10th and pay $96  to Mrs. Nimmo by November 10th as well.

Are you a 10th, 11th or 12th grader interested in the health-care field?

ACES is a year-long program designed to prepare students

for a career in the healthcare field.

ACES students receive:

Individual Career Planning session with AHEC staff member.

Hands-on enrichment activities.

Field trips to colleges and university health-professions training programs (as allowed with COVID)

College and career preparation activities.

Student leadership activities.

Exposure to a variety of healthcare careers.

Networking opportunities.


Pick up an application in the Counseling Office. The deadline to apply is Sept 30th.


Required NEW Student/parent orientation

Wednesday, October 5, 2022 via ZOOM 6:00 – 8:00 pm

ACES Saturday Workshops: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

October 22 November 12 December 17

January 14 February 18 March 11 April 22*

All workshops are held at

SUMMIT TECH ACADEMY (Missouri Innovation Center Building)

1101 NW Innovation Parkway, Lee’s Summit, MO 64086

Cost $20 per workshop, lunch & materials provided

2022-23 ACES Application.pdf
2022-23 ACES calendar workshop dates.pdf

If you are wanting to take an AP test in the spring, the deadline to let Mrs. Nimmo know is November 10th.



UCM Multipurpose Building

Tuesday, October 11, 2022 (White Day)

 9:00 – 10:30 am (for juniors & seniors)

This will be an excused field trip (students will be responsible to make up missed work for W2 class)
and bus transportation will be provided if the student signs up online no later than
Tuesday, 10/04/22 at:

All students must also pre-register online at

Save your barcode for college reps to scan at the College Fair!


´Take the ASVAB

´Not just for those interested in Military
´Contains interest inventories
´Can help decide on career field and education options
´Oct 25th at WHS (sign up by Oct 24)





Senate Bill 638 established in 2016 requires that each school district provide the address of the website created by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to inform all parents of the students in its district about the trauma-informed schools initiative that includes information for schools and parents regarding the trauma-informed approach and a guide for schools on how to become trauma-informed schools.  Here is the link to the website: