Elementary Counseling - Grades PK-4

The School Counseling Program in grades K-6 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

  • Short Term Small Skill-Based Groups

  • Short Term Individual Need-Based Counseling

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Parent Consultation

  • Teacher Consultation

  • Community Resources and Referrals 

  • Crisis Counseling

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.

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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:

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUILDINGS, GRADES PK-4

Carly Ashnault, School Counselor ext. 6631 Riley Elementary 

Leanna Fay, School Counselor ext. 7640 Roosevelt Elementary 

Rowena Wu, School Counselor ext. 4631 Franklin Elementary 

Melissa Zurawiecki, School Counselor ext. 5631 Kennedy Elementary