School Counseling Department
L&N STEM Academy School Counseling Staff:
Lori Morrell, Juniors & Seniors
Michelle Pacleb, Freshmen & Sophomores
865-329-8440 ext. 74212
865-329-8440 ext. 74215
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L&N STEM Academy School Counseling
Mission:The mission of the School Counseling department at the L&N STEM Academy is to ensure that all students realize and integrate their academic, career and personal/social potential in order to develop and achieve an individualized vision of success. School Counselors will work with all students in a variety of ways to ensure students are being supported to achieve their own unique future goals based upon their interests and skills. Through prevention, intervention, and encouraging self-advocacy, we strive to prepare each student with the skills they will require to meet the challenges of tomorrow.Professional school counselors are certified/licensed professionals with a master's degree or higher in school counseling and are uniquely qualified to address the developmental needs of all students. Professional school counselors deliver a comprehensive school counseling program encouraging all students' academic, career and personal/social development and help all students in maximizing student achievement.How does a student see a School Counselor?
- Email or stop by the Counseling Office
- Parent referral
- Administrative referral
- Teacher or other staff referral
- Referral by a friend(s)
How and why do parents contact the School Counselor?
Counselors are available by appointment to conference with parents. Counselors are also available by phone (329-8440) or email. Students are welcome to drop in to see their counselor and if the counselor is busy, they will reschedule an appointment time. If there is a crisis situation, however, the student will be seen immediately.
- Concerns over student achievement
- School orientation and registration
- Test Interpretation
- College and Career information
- Discussing the special needs of their child
- Family difficulties or concerns