Counseling - Grades K-8

The School Counseling Program in grades K-8 is developmental and wellness oriented. Counselors are trained professionals, knowledgeable and competent to assist students in the areas of:

• Personal and social development

• Academic advisement

• Career awareness

• Crisis intervention

• Bullying/Harassment

• Impact of substance use/abuse

Preventive and pro-active, services are available to students via classroom lessons, small group, and when appropriate, on a short-term, individual basis. As part of the school district's support system, counselors collaborate and consult with parents, teachers and if necessary, district and community services to ensure the well-being of the individual student.

Counselors serve as a resource for the student population, their families, and school faculty and staff. Counselors are available at all schools, and can be reached at the following locations:

Margaret Mosley, School Social Worker, ext. 335 Roosevelt School (Mon. a.m. only, Tue. and Thurs.)

ext. 273 Riley School (Mon. p.m. only, Wed. and Fri. )

Melissa Szeliga, School Counselor ext. 251 Kennedy School ( Mon. and Wed., and Fri. a.m. only)

ext. 251 Franklin School (Tues. and Thurs., and Fri. p.m. only)

Lisa Campoli, Student Asst. Counselor ext. 210 Grant School (Mon. - Fri.)

Rowena Wu, School Counselor ext. 219 Grant School (Mon. - Fri.)

Denise deMello, School Counselor ext. 326 Middle School (Mon. - Fri.)

Robyn Mikaelian, School Counselor ext. 309 Middle School (Mon. - Fri.)

Joretta Strayhorn, Student Assistance Counselor (SAC) ext. 325 Middle School (Mon - Fri.)

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