About Lowell Guidance

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About your Guidance Counselor:

After interning at the J.R. Lowell Elementary School through the aftermath of 9/11 and falling in love with the Lowell community of educators and families, I've had the pleasure of being a part of Watertown Public School's guidance team since September 2002. I have special interests in helping students understand their resilience and supporting parents and guardians through the various stages of parenting. I also believe in the importance of building empathy and respect in our children. Having spent my own childhood in three different countries, I treasure diversity and hope to impart a deep appreciation of differences in our students.

Prior to entering public education, I spent a decade in the nonprofit world, supporting individuals through their vocational rehabilitation process. In-between those years, I took a brief detour into the training and development in the corporate world. The combination of these experiences generated the inspiration for a career in Guidance.

What does Guidance do?

Classroom Lessons • Friendly Lunch Groups • Student Intake;

Parent Coffees • Emergency Preparedness • Parent Consultation;

General Education Team (Child Study) • Individual Student Support • Transition Planning;

Facilitate Grade Level Data Teams • Professional Development • MCAS;

Useful Links:

  • American School Counselor Association (ASCA)
  • Massachusetts School Counselor Association (MASCA)