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Written by Christina Crane   
Tuesday, 25 January 2011 10:31


Mrs. Christina Crane

Licensed School Counselor

Grades 7-12



Welcome to the Bloomfield School District's Guidance Page

Mission Statement

The school counseling department believes that all students can reach their full potential thereby leading a successful life. We are aware of and sensitive to the needs of all students and strive to meet their diverse needs. We promote a mutually respectful enviroment for all students, their parents or guardians, and our staff.


Our District-wide mission is to provide students and their support systems both in and outside of school with the skills necessary to be successful academically and socially, and in their future careers. I believe that the acquisition of those skills is necessary to lead a fulfilling and productive life.

As a licensed school counselor, I am available for individual, small group, and/or large group counseling and guidance activites. I will advocate for individual and systematic change. I will facilitate communication between students, parents or guardians, faculty, and administrators. I am here to serve the needs of students individually and collectively.

Did you take dual credit classes at Bloomfield and need transcripts sent from Ivy Tech and/or Vincennes University?

Click on the following links and download forms to mail to those colleges to have your transcripts issued.  Transcripts from Ivy Tech and/or VU are not issued through the Bloomfield Guidance Department. 

VU Project Link/Excel Transcript Request Form

Ivy Tech Dual Credit Transcript Request Form

ISM College Planning Services:  Need assistance with your FAFSA?  Having trouble deciding on what college to attend?  What to major in while in college?  Check out their website at  

Upcoming Events/Notices

Get in the game with 'College GO! Week' 

The goal of College GO! week is to help students of all ages K-12 plan for college completion.  The campaign kicks off this year the week of September 22-26.  Learn more about College GO! Week by visiting the following:

 Students will be able to access a chart which contains Indiana colleges and universities, their websites, admission requirements, application fees (if any), and fee waivers during College GO! week.  The website also contains interest inventories and access to information on ways to pay for college!


Parents/Guardians:  The following dates are windows for important standardized testing.  Each grade level will have specific dates for testing.  Please avoid scheduling appointments during these windows of testing.

Applied Skills ISTEP+ for Grades 3-9:  March 2-11, 2015

I-READ (3rd Graders):  March 16-18, 2015 

Multiple Choice ISTEP+/IMAST Window for Grades 3-8: April 27-May 8, 2015

Algebra I, Biology I, and English 10 ISTEP+ end-of-course assessments: 

Biology:  May 5, 2014 (Tentative)

English 10 Retesters (Winter):  December, 2015

Algebra I Retesters (Winter):  December, 2015

English 10:  May 7, 2016 (Tentative)

Algebra I:  May 12, 2016 (Tentative) 

AP Calculus Exam:  May 5, 2016, at 8:00 a.m. (Firm) State pays fee.

AP World History Exam:  May 13, 2016 (Firm) Cost=$91

SAT: Register for the SAT at  Remember, you must login to your "My Organizer", if you have registered on a prior ocassion.  If you attempt to establish another account, it will not be succesful.  You will need to call College Board to "fix" the issue.  If you can not recall your username and/or password, click on the "Forgot user name?" or "Forgot password?" links in the My Organizer login box to have the appropriate links sent to your registered e-mail account.

Get to know the redesigned SAT with their partnership with Kahn Academy by visiting this link:

ACT:  We are a testing center now.  Bloomfield Test Center Number= 245140.  Test Date=September 12, 2016.  Register for the ACT at  You must establish an account to register for the ACT.  You must upload an appropriate photo. 

Twin Rivers website:  

Bloomfield's College Board High School Code (CEEB) is 150-250. ......follow this link to read read full articles on 

Are you looking for extra help????  The following high school student(s) are approved as tutors.  Parents may call a student on the list below to arrange tutoring and payment (which is expected):

Updated List of Tutors for 2015-16 School Year:  

Other Resources: 

Ask Rose:  1-877-ASK-ROSE.  Free math and science help for Indiana students in grades 6-12 7 p.m.-10 p.m. (E.T.) Sunday-Thursday; September-May.  Do you like talking live to a person, visit their website at and submit a question or "chat".  They have a copy of our textbook from which to work so please do not hesitate to use this resource.

Khan Academy:

Spanish I/II:  Your student has the code. 

Band Students:


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