Roseway Heights Middle School

Counseling Department

Counseling Team

Our team includes two full time and one half time licensed school counselors. We work closely with our Student Intervention Team, Attendance Team and Special Education Team to address the needs of our all students and families. We use a collaborative approach, drawing upon the expertise and special interests of our counselors.

Services we provide:

  • academic support and guidance for students and parents

  • crisis counseling and suicide assessment

  • referrals for mental health services

  • high school transition

  • college and career preparation

  • referrals to alternative schools

  • 504 Plan case management

  • small group counseling

Jason Breaker, Ed.D.

School Counselor

Grade 7 (A-K)/ Grade 8

B.S. in Psychology -

Washington State University

M.A. in Counseling Psychology -

Lewis & Clark College

Ed.D. in Educational Leadership - Seattle University

Randee Startin, M.Ed

School Counselor

Grade 6/ Grade 7 (L-Z)

A.A. in Psychology and Secondary Education -

College of Southern Nevada

B.A. in Psychology -

Nevada State College

M.Ed. in School Counseling -

Lewis & Clark College

Kali Carl

School Counselor

504 Case Manager/Coordinator

GSA Advisor

B.S. in Psychology -

Washington State University

M.Ed. School Counseling Student -

Lewis & Clark College

Office Hours

Office Hours

To schedule a meeting/check-in -

Go To: Calendly .

Office Hours

Monday: 11:00-12:00

Tuesday: Not Available

Wednesday: 12:15-1:00

Thursday: 12:15-1:00

Friday: 2:30-3:15

Google Meet Link

To schedule a meeting outside the above times, go to: Randee's Calendly

Office Hours

By appointment only. Go to: Kali's Calendly

Mental Health

Health Services

Meals/Food Distribution

Rent/Utility Assistance

Morrison Child & Family Services (school-based mental health program) currently accepts all types of OHP, Kaiser (with prior authorization), and Moda insurance plans.

During these unique times it is important to remember that we are resilient beings and that all of our feelings are valid. This link is to a list of apps that can help students manage their feelings.

What is school counseling?

The mission of comprehensive school counseling in Oregon is to provide developmental and systematic support to each and every student to ensure the academic, career, social/emotional development and achievement, and support participation in the broader community. Comprehensive School Counseling Programs (CSCPs) are proactive and preventative. CSCPs enhance learning by assisting students to acquire critical skills for lifelong learning and success. CSCPs embrace professional standards and models for best practice in the field. Comprehensive school counseling programs provide an array of interventions and supports for students. These are delivered collaboratively with school staff, families, and members of the community to provide seamless transitions to each student’s next steps. The goal is that each student will leave the pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade system with the skills and knowledge to live, learn, work, and contribute in both local and global communities. (Oregon’s Framework for Comprehensive School Counseling Programs, 2018)