What's New?

  • Healthy Relationships, Healthy Lives Healthy Relationships and Safe ChoicesDuring science class (December 12th-22nd) 7th grade students completed their sex education unit with Mr. Rohlen and Mrs. T.  Students were introduced to a ...
    Posted Feb 24, 2017, 8:00 AM by Kimberly Thibodeau
  • 8th Grade Transitions Moving on Up!It's February and you know what that means...8th grade students are beginning to think about the transition to high school! 8th Grade Winter FairOn ...
    Posted Feb 22, 2017, 11:11 AM by Kimberly Thibodeau
  • #YOLO.BeDrugFree. On Thursday, students considered this year's Red Ribbon Week them: #YOLO.BeDrugFree.  YOLO stands for "You Only Live Once".  We asked students to consider this idea and living their ...
    Posted Oct 28, 2016, 10:24 AM by Kimberly Thibodeau
  • Red Ribbon Week This week  (October 23rd-31st) our Vermont Kids Against Tobacco (VKAT) club, are working to educate their classmates about National Red Ribbon Week.  Throughout the week, members of the VKAT ...
    Posted Feb 20, 2017, 1:49 PM by Kimberly Thibodeau
  • SMART Goals Roadmaps Last week we wrapped up our Goal Setting unit in 6th and 7th grade counseling classes.  Students demonstrated their learning through the creation of "SMART Goal Roadmaps".  Each student selected ...
    Posted Oct 5, 2016, 7:42 AM by Kimberly Thibodeau
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"A GOAL is a dream with a plan and a deadline." - Harvey MacKay

Why Middle School Counseling?

Middle School Counselors support the academic, social/emotional, and career development of students through a comprehensive school counseling curriculum, individual student services, responsive services, and systems support.  These take many forms including individual and small group counseling, and classroom and school-wide lessons.  Utilizing a mental health perspective, school counselors help guide and support students through challenges and celebrate their achievements.

"Today’s young people are living in an exciting time, with an increasingly diverse society, new technologies, and expanding opportunities. To help ensure that they are prepared to become the next generation of parents, workers, leaders and citizens, every student needs support, guidance and opportunities during adolescence, a time of rapid growth and change. Early adolescents face unique and diverse challenges, both personally and developmentally, that have an impact on academic achievement."(American School Counselor Association, 2016)

Please visit the individual, small group, and classroom lessons pages for more information on how a comprehensive school counseling curriculum helps support your child.


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For more information about what a school counselor does, watch an informational video by the 2011 ASCA Counselor of the Year, Randy McPherson.

Important EFMS Upcoming Dates


Quarter 3

January 16th
No School!  MLK Day

February 27th-March 7th
Winter Recess (No School)

March 7th
Town Meeting Day (No School)

March 8th 
Classes Resume!

March 22nd 
Parent Teacher Conferences

March 30th
Last day of Quarter

March 31st
Inservice Day (No School)