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PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELING PROGRAM
Lake Middle School Counselors

Lake Middle School’s Counseling Department Receives Best Practices Award

(St. Paul Pioneer Press, May 13, 2012)

Congratulations to the Lake Middle School student support services department for winning the first annual Program of Promise Award from the Minnesota School Counselors Association. The award recognizes student support programs with an exceptional Support Personnel Accountability Report Card for Minnesota (SPARC-MN), which communicates the best practice comprehensive programming of a school counseling department based on effective implementation of national school counseling standards.

  • Learn more about our School Counseling Program

  • Licensed School Counselors (LSCs) help students with
    • Academic planning and support
    • Career and college planning
    • Decision making and conflict resolution
    • Short term individual/group counseling
    • Difficult family situations
    • Friendship concerns and issues
    • Bullying concerns
    • Personal/social skills
    • Self-awareness
    • Study skills and learning styles
  • LSCs help families with:
    • Academic planning information
    • Assessment results interpretation
    • Community resources
    • Consultation
    • Navigating education systems
    • Parent information/conferences
  • LSCs help school and teachers with:
    • Academic and behavioral interventions
    • Consultation
    • Crisis prevention planning
    • Crisis intervention and management
    • Data analysis
    • Reducing behavior problems
    • School-wide needs assessment
    • Understanding student needs

VISION STATEMENT
Lake Middle School Counselors


The Vision of the Lake Middle School Counselors is..."Every Child College (academic), Career (career), and Community(personal social) Ready - 3CR".
 

COMMON MISSION STATEMENT
District 833 Middle School Counselors


In the South Washington County School District, the mission of middle school professional school counselors is to provide a comprehensive developmental school counseling program focused on academic, personal, social, and career development for all students, which fosters lifelong learners that are college, career and community ready.

 

COUNSELING RESOURCES


 

Counselor 8th Grade, Class of 2022
651-425-6449
Main Office
Psychologist
651-425-6401
Counseling Secretary
651-425-6407
Counselor - 7th Grade, Class of 2023
651-425-6491
Main Office
School Psychologist
651-425-6410
Counselor 6th Grade, Class of 2024
651.425.6409