About Me!

Welcome!
Hello, my fellow Lowman Lobos! I'm Mrs. Cummings, your School Counselor. It is a privilege to work with you for a third year. I am excited to share, that this is my 12th year in this role and my 17th 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.




Random Acts of Kindness come in all forms, large and small, and how you choose to perform yours is entirely up to you. It can start with dropping a bit of change in the cup of the homeless person along the street, or considering the time of year, providing a warm blanket to see them through. You could take a friend out to lunch, for no other reason than that they’re your friend. See someone looking down? Drop a hot coffee or tea on their desk with a smile, and tell them to have a great day. Even just smiling at someone and telling them to have a good day could have a profound impact. On Random Acts of Kindness week, help yourself by helping others, the smile on their face and yours will prove it’s all worth it.


Random Acts of Kindness Foundation encourages you to start however you can.

  1. Use social media to share positive thoughts and kind words.
  2. Smile at one another!
  3. Be generous with compliments.
  4. Return a shopping cart.
  5. Help someone load or unload their groceries.
  6. Make someone laugh.
  7. Thank you employees.
  8. Give your seat to an elderly person.

Easy, right?  In addition to making the person you direct these acts of kindness at feel good, they’ll make you feel good too. So start small – and then make incorporating acts of habit into your daily routine a habit.




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.