Our School Counseling Department is excited to present our webpage to the Diamond community.  Please navigate through the links on the left hand side, to find valuable information on a variety of topics to choose from. Our webpage will be constantly growing and changing, so please don't hesitate to check our latest updates. Please help us make our webpage as best and as helpful it can be. You can email any suggestions and/or resources you've found helpful so that others can benefit from it.

When students enter Diamond Middle School, they're assigned to a school counselor. For the first time, we now have a forth school  counselor in the building. Three school counselors will work with one grade level (three teams only) and one school counselor will work with one team per grade. Here is the Counseling Staff Directory for grade level team assignments. We follow those students for all three years as they complete their middle school education. This enables a counselor to develop a relationship with their students and families. Each counselor meets with their team teachers every week. Counselors and teachers, communicate and collaborate with one another to make sure our students are having a great learning experience by offering a rich curriculum.

 The School Counseling Department at Diamond are committed to working with all students to assist them in reaching their individual, academic and personal potential.  Counselors help students work toward educational, personal/social development and career goals for the future. With each counselor, students may discuss any concerns they have about life, explore interests, reflect upon current responsibilities, develop strategies to become more effective personally and socially. Our counselors will work with students, their families, faculty members, building administration and community leaders in order to maximize the opportunities available to students in our school. Students who wish to meet with their school counselor should come to the counseling office (room 220) to make an appointment.


A counseling relationship requires an atmosphere of trust and confidence which must not be compromised by the counselor except where there is a clear and present danger to the counselor or to other persons. The school counselor may share information gained in the counseling process for essential consultation with other appropriate persons specifically concerned with the student.

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