BEHS Student Services

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CRISIS HOTLINE NUMBERS

Call: 988 or 1-888-568-1112 | Text: 741-741 | Visit: www.988lifeline.org

Ms. Lynn Brown

Director of College & Career Placement

Department Chair

lbrown@bonnyeagle.org

she/her

Mrs. Estelle Knight

Administrative Assistant

eknight@bonnyeagle.org

she/her

Ms. Dawn Staples

Administrative Assistant

dstaples@bonnyeagle.org

she/her

Ms. Morgan Beaulieu

School Counselor

Grade 12, Class of 2023

mbeaulieu@bonnyeagle.org

she/her

Coach Pal Covie

School Counselor

Grade 11, Class of 2024

palcovie@bonnyeagle.org

they/them

Mr. Khabir Edwards

School Counselor

Grade 10, Class of 2025

kedwards@bonnyeagle.org

he/him

Ms. Sara Otis

School Counselor

Grade 9, Class of 2026

sotis@bonnyeagle.org

she/her

CONTACT STUDENT SERVICES

Phone Number: 207-929-3840 ext. 816 or ext. 838

Fax Number: 866-613-4451

Real leaders lead with love.

K-12 School Counselor Mission Statement

The MSAD 6 School Counseling Program is an integral part of the district’s comprehensive educational program, aligned with the shared mission to help all students reach their full potential.

School Counselors design and deliver a school counseling program that improves student outcomes. School Counselors help students develop mindsets and behaviors in the areas of academic, career, social/emotional development, as well as community involvement to ensure success in school and future, post-secondary pursuits.

Find our MSAD 6 Comprehensive School Counseling Program HERE!

If things feel overwhelming, just focus on one thing at a time.

Our work addresses three domains of adolescent development.

Academic Development

  • Study skills

  • Test-taking strategies

  • Time management

  • Organizational skills

  • Tips for talking to a teacher

  • Course scheduling

College & Career Development

  • Course planning

  • WRVC or PATHS

  • Work permits or summer jobs

  • Career exploration

  • College visits

  • College applications

  • Financial Aid/Scholarship Assistance

Social/Emotional Development

  • Friend problems

  • Emotional regulation

  • Mental health

  • Personal challenges that affect your learning

  • Conflict resolution

  • Decision-making

We primarily address students' developmental needs in three direct ways.

Large Group Programming

  • Classroom lessons

  • School-wide activities

  • National awareness campaigns

Small Group Counseling

Covering topics like:

  • Grief

  • Social skills

  • Executive functioning

  • Divorce

  • LGBT identity

Short-Term Individual Counseling

  • Academic or college and career advising

  • Short-term, goal-focused counseling

We serve students' developmental needs in these other indirect ways.

Collaboration

with teachers, administrators, families, staff members, and community members

Consultation

with teachers, administrators, families, staff members, other mental health professionals, and school counseling colleagues

Referral

to in-school and outside mental health providers, community programs, the MTSS team, and Special Education services

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you've imagined.