The school counselor is part of the collaborative team at Wea working with parents, teachers, administrators and other key community stakeholders in order provide greatest opportunities for academic success for all students.
Counseling services provided: Small group counseling, individual counseling, career education, scheduling and class changes, classroom guidance instruction, new student enrollment.
1st- 6th grade health class presentations
14th-15th- 8th grade college/career class presentations
12th and 18th- P/T Conferences-counselor will be available to discuss 21st Century Scholars, or specific student information
25th-29th- College Go Week Wear your college gear on Monday Sept. 25th
October is National Bullying Prevention month. School-wide activities throughout the month
Oct. 2 Wear blue!!!
I will be in classrooms for all grade levels to discuss bullying awareness and prevention
6th grade-week of Oct. 2nd
7th grade-week of Oct. 9
8th grade- week of Oct. 16
Oct. 24 8:30am Room 127- Coffee with the Counselor-hosted in partnership with Husky Parent Association, I will be discussing student topics related to bullying and anxiety. Please register to attend. Coffee and pastries will be served.
Red Ribbon Week is the 23rd-26th. School activities and spirit dress days led by Student Council. More info to come!
February 2- 8th grade students will be given curriculum material for high school scheduling during homeroom
February 5- 8th grade parent meeting at McCutcheon (auditorium) at 7pm (Elective fair will be available in hallway at 6:30)
February 12- 8th graders work with MHS counselors on courses in homeroom
February 16- 8th graders input schedule requests (scheduling forms need to be complete and signed). Note this is also the deadline for Early College program
February 21- Coffee with the Counselor 8:30 am