Your child’s guidance counselor can address a multitude of school-based topics, such as social skills; anxiety and possible school
phobia or refusal; grief and loss; peer conflict resolution; and self-esteem. The role of the guidance counselor is very fluid and
changes based on the level of need of the students, the climate of the school building, and if or when a crisis emerges.
Your child may be seen on an individual basis, in a small group, or in the classroom in a whole group lesson.
Guidance services are considered a regular education support and therefore any child can access them at any time.
The guidance counselors frequently consult with classroom teachers as well as other support staff and can help to facilitate a relationship with resources within the community.
School Counselor Class Assignments for the 2021-2022 School Year:
Mrs. Shea x1330 Email: email@example.com
Grade 3 ( Phipps, O'Rielly, Scott Acker)
Grade 5 (Traditional & French)
Ms. Chadsey x1329 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grade 3 (DiGioia, Dooher, Picard, McGee, Montessori)
Grade 4 (Traditional, French & Montessori)