Guidance & Counseling
Students have bi-weekly whole group guidance lessons on a variety of topics. School counselors teach preventative lessons in the areas of social-emotional learning, academics, and careers. Data is gathered from needs assessments completed by teachers and 4th and 5th grade students to help plan the guidance curriculum. Frequent topics are social skills, study skills, conflict resolution, identifying and understanding emotions, bullying, personal safety, and career choices.
Individual and small group counseling is conducted as needed.
Please do not hesitate to call the guidance office with any concerns about your child.
Counselor: Sally Kellman
The Amelia Center
The Amelia Center provides professional counseling for children and teens grieving the death of a parent, grandparent, sibling, close relative, or friend. We provide a safe place where they can find hope and creatively express feelings through art and play.
Counseling is also provided for parents grieving the death of a child of any age, ranging from pregnancy loss through adulthood. Support groups for children, teens, and parents are available as well.
Psychiatric Intake Resource Center (PIRC)
PIRC is a confidential phone response center linking adult callers to mental health services for children and teens.