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Individual and Small Group Counseling

Lower School students who wish to speak to the Guidance Counselor can make an appointment by asking his or her teacher to coordinate with Mrs. Savage. He or she can also leave a note on Mrs. Savage's door requesting an appointment. Middle School students may make an appointment with Mrs. Savage directly or ask his or her teacher to coordinate a time with her. Teachers may also refer a student or group of students to the guidance counselor. Students visit Mrs. Savage to discuss issues that include, but are not limited to:

  • Bullying
  • Getting along with others
  • Other friendship issues
  • Issues with self control
  • Organizational skills
  • Time management
  • Family issues such as divorce, death of a loved one or pet, new siblings, etc
Lower School Classroom Guidance

Mrs. Savage visits each Kindergarten through fourth grade homeroom each month to discuss a variety of classroom guidance topics. 

Topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Kindness
  • Respect
  • Responsibility
  • Reverence
  • Honesty
  • Problem Solving
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Friendship
  • Cooperation and Teamwork
  • Self Discipline/Self Control
  • Listenting Skills
  • Self Esteem Building
Being an Upstander

An upstander is someone who speaks out and/or takes action on behalf of others. Everyday, we each have an opportunity to make our community a better place. By working together and standing up against unkindness and bullying, we make our world a safer, happier place to be, a place where everyone is valued. There are many ways to be an upstander.  Find out more about being upstanding.

Resources on Being an Upstander

Middle School Advisory Program

Middle School students meet with their advisory groups for about 30 minutes two times a week.  The advisory period provides an opportunity to encourage character development and help students make wise choices, academically and socially.  The period includes activities focusing on learning to interact with peers, academic achievement, setting goals, and giving back to the community.

The advisory program introduces students to school-based advocates for the purpose of fostering academic success and personal growth.  Each group provides a forum for topics relevant to adolescents in today's world and creates a safe, friendly environment to receive support and modeling for academics and social interaction.

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