Student Services

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact Mobile Crisis at 1-866-275-9552, call 911, or go to the nearest hospital/emergency room. You can also contact the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 at any time.

How do I see the school counselor?

Students can e-mail their counselor and set up a time to meet either in person or virtually

Parents/Guardians can request for a counselor to check in with their child. Click on this link to complete a referral.

Teachers/School personnel can refer students to see a counselor

Megan Roberson

Elementary/Middle School Counselor

mroberson@thencla.org

Ellen Hilliard

Middle School/High School Counselor

ehilliard@thencla.org

Why School Counseling?

The mission of the school counseling program is to enable all students with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve at the highest level. This is done through focusing on the whole child, which includes not only academics, but social/emotional learning as well. The ultimate goal is to enable ALL students to achieve success in school and to develop into contributing members of society.

Professional school counselors provide support through:

Building relationships with students

Group counseling services

Individual counseling services

Classroom lessons

Consultation with parents and teachers

Collaboration with community resources