Mrs. Twasta

School Counselor

Grades 6 - 8

Last Names A - L

strasan@nv.ccsd.net

702-799-4560 Ext. 4301

Ms. Bachmeier

School Counselor

Grades 6 - 8

Last Names M - Z

bachmrj@nv.ccsd.net

702-799-4560 Ext. 4304

Ms. Wedlow

Social Worker

Grades 6 - 8

All Students

wedlowa@nv.ccsd.net

702-799-4560 Ext. 4303

Office Hours 7:30am to 2:30pm

Escobedo School Counselors and Social Workers are committed to providing support to our students and families. As counselors we will work with students on an individual, small-group, and in classroom basis to meet the acadameic, social and emotional needs of our students.

Counseling Mission

The mission of the Escobedo School Counseling program is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program addressing the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. As school counselors we strive to empower students to maximize their potential and academic achievement.

Counseling VISION

The vision of the Escobedo Middle School comprehensive school counseling program is to facilitate equal access to a comprehensive school counseling program for all students, and that this program serve as an integral piece of the overall educational experience. The EMS school counseling program will also promote collaboration between school counselors, educators, parents, and other community stakeholders to ensure that the needs and goals of every student are addressed so that each student can be successful.

COUNSELOR BELIEF STATEMENTS

At Escobedo Middle School, the School Counselor believes:

    • All students have dignity and worth.

    • All students have the right to access a school counselor.

    • The school counselor is an advocate for all students.

    • All students are capable of learning to be resilient in the face of challenges.

    • All students are capable of becoming productive members of society.

    • All students are capable of achieving academic, career, and social/emotional success when given the appropriate, timely support and interventions.

    • All students deserve to be members of a school community that is culturally compassionate and responsive.

    • Data should be used to design, implement, evaluate, and continuously improve the school counseling program.

    • School counselors serve as a student support resource to assist students with overcoming identified barriers to academic success.

    • School counselors collaborate with families, stakeholders, and community resources to meet the students’ needs