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Katharine Hamer, 6th Grade Blog
Sarah Connelly, 7th Grade Blog
LaTasha Jackson, 8th Grade Blog
Dr. Julie Lance, Social Worker  
Andrea Bacon, School Psychologist  

What do school counselors do?

Dickerson counselors are available to support students and their families in a variety of ways:

-        - Meet with students and/or parents individually

-        - Meet with students in small groups throughout the year focusing on a variety of topics including friendship skills, study skills, family changes and others

-        - Lead classroom guidance lessons throughout the year


How do students meet with a counselor?

Students may make an appointment or walk in to speak with the counselor.  Passes are available in the counseling office, or students may ask their teacher or parents to contact the counselor for an appointment. If the grade-level counselor is unavailable/out of the office, the student may speak with one of the other counselors or leave a counselor pass for his/her counselor.


How do parents meet with a counselor?

Parents may make an appointment to talk with their child's counselor by calling or sending an email to the grade level counselor.