• School Counseling Services
    School counselors provide guidance and counseling to students from kindergarten through 12th grade. They work with individuals, small groups with similar interests or needs, or an entire class. They also consult about a child's educational, emotional or career needs and are a resource for services within the school system and community.

    There is at least one counselor for every elementary school. Middle and high schools have more, based on enrollment.

    School counselors are available to help parents who have questions about:
    • whether their child is taking the right courses
    • test scores
    • whether their child may need special education services
    • their child's behavior and to report that it has changed
    • financial aid for college
    • helping their child through a family or personal crisis
    School counselors welcome the opportunity to assist parents with issues related to students' academic, career and personal and social development.

    For more information or assistance please contact your school counselor or

    Dr. Kenneth Simington
    (336) 727-2912