• When do people request a meeting with a counselor?

    • When a student is very sad, confused, shy, angry, or worried
    • When severe changes in a student's behavior occur
    • When a student is having difficulty dealing with family changes or situations
    • When something seems to be bothering a student to the point of distraction or intense anxiety
    • When a student is dealing with a loss of a family member, friend, or pet
    • When stressors at home are affecting school performance or self-concept
    • When a student is consistently absent from school

    How Do Students See the Counselor?

    • Self-Referral to meet with the counselor
    • Parent/Guardian Referral for a student to meet with the counselor
    • Administration, Teacher, Staff Referral request for a student to meet with the counselor
    • Request by a friend for a student to meet with the counselor

    To make an appointment with the School Counselor, please complete one of the following forms: 

    Teacher/Staff Referral  

    Parent/Guardian Referral


    Confidentiality Concerns

    A counselor-student relationship must be built on trust and confidentiality. This means that we are bound by ethical codes of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) to keep conversations between counselors and students private. We try our best to keep parents and teachers updated on the progress and relevant information for the betterment of your student. There are times when we may need to break confidentiality and tell appropriate persons. This is when students may be susceptible to:

    • Harm Themselves
    • Harm Others
    • Abuse and/or Neglect