In a few years, you’ll get the opportunity to do all of things you’ve always dreamed about. You could go to college, sail the seas, launch your career, start a business or even start a family. No matter what you decide, you’ll need money smarts to make it happen..
Hello and welcome to North East Middle School. I have been the Middle School Counselor since its doors were opened in August of 1992. The growth and development of the students in grades 6, 7 & 8 is continual and it is fun and often times challenging to be around them. I truly enjoy working with the Middle School students because of their enthusiasm and high energy levels.
Some of the offerings that I include for the students are individual counseling, small support groups dealing with multiple topics such as anger management, dealing with divorce, coping with grief and loss and school survival techniques. Classroom guidance is offered for all students at each grade level with topics covering tobacco, alcohol and drug prevention and refusal skills, respect, conflict management, peer mediation and career exploration
There are a lot of ways to invest for your future. Do you want to learn how to save and watch your money grow? Do you want to plan for your education today to make it easier to succeed tomorrow?
“One thing I like about North East Middle School is that it’s a smaller school. I like the fact that I know 98% of everyone in 7th
grade. I also like all of the teachers I’ve had in the past two years. They have always been really kind and have made class fun.”
Jacob Johnson, Student
The guidance counselor will work closely with the administrative and teaching staffs to offer a comprehensive guidance program for the middle-level learner. Individual and group counseling will be utilized as well as classroom guidance on a quarterly schedule for each student and grade level. The following topics are some of those to be presented to the students throughout the school year:
Teaching children from an early age about money can save you and them a lot of trouble in their later years. You aren’t doing your children any favors by buying them everything they want. A little financial instruction can go a long way to helping your children become financially responsible adults.