About Me!

Hello, my fellow Lowman Lobos! I'm Mrs. Cummings, your School Counselor. It is a privilege to work with you for a fourth year. I am excited to share, that this is my 13th year in this role and my 18th year as an educator. I am so lucky to have this awesome job!

"They may forget what you said but they will never forget how you made them feel"-Carol Buchner

This website is for students, teachers and parents. It not only allows us to remain connected, but helps me to provide you with some incredible resources. Things have changed since I was a kid and I try to stay up to date with all the new trends to give you all the good, the bad and the ugly of it all.

September is National
Good Manners Month

As with many skills taught during childhood years, manners can be instilled early too. Manners include both simple forms of etiquette and courtesy, but also teach responsibility, respectfulness, kindness and more.

Where do you begin? Children learn from their closest role models — their parents, guardians and other family members. You can teach them by your actions, then talk through why you did such and give them ongoing opportunities to practice themselves!  
  • Holding the door open for others shows your helpfulness. 
  • Instilling table manners, like chewing with your mouth closed, using napkins and keeping elbows off the table, displays respect and responsibility.
  • Apologizing to others for your misdoings shows kindness for people’s feelings.
  • Saying hello and smiling at others displays friendliness.
  • Removing cell phones and other digital devices during family time teaches respect and care for time with others.
  • Saying “please” and “thank you” demonstrates gratitude.

As a School Counselor, I perform the following roles in order to promote positive development in academic, career, and personal/social interactions:
  • Individual counseling
  • Small group counseling
  • Classroom guidance lessons (i.e. Large group counseling)
  • 504 Liaison
  • Title 1 Hope Liaison
  • 7 Habits of Successful Families facilitator
  • Ladies First Mentor
  • Partnership Ambassador
  • Attend academic intervention meetings
  • Organize school events (such as Leader of the Month, Snack Time with books, Assemblies, Operation School Bell, Career Day, etc.)
  • Consult and collaborate with parents, teachers, administrators, social workers, CIS and students
  • Respond to school crises or emergency situations
  • Provide information and resources to parents on a variety of issues

"If the child is not learning the way you are teaching, then you must teach in the way the child learns" -Rita Dunn

Please browse through this website to learn more about what your School Counselor is doing at Lowman E.S. and to find some wonderful resources that you may be able to use.