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Elementary School

Welcome to the Elementary School Counseling Program!
Here you will find information on the role of elementary school counselors and school social workers, our mission and vision, the services we provide, and helpful resources.

Services Provided

School Counseling Curriculum
The elementary school counseling program provides a comprehensive, research-based curriculum to all students to address the academic, career, and social/emotional needs at the child's developmental level. Classroom lessons are regularly scheduled and topics may include self-esteem, conflict resolution, study skills, emotion management, career awareness, tattling vs. reporting, friendship and social skills, responsibility, respect, bullying, empathy, cooperation, goal setting and decision-making, peer pressure, and many more.
Responsive Services
Responsive services are activities designed to meet students’ immediate needs and concerns. Responsive services may include counseling in individual or small-group settings or crisis response.
Individual Counseling
School counselors may work with a student in a safe, positive, and confidential setting to address issues that may impede a student's academic achievement. Topics are based on the needs of the student and may include understanding feelings, changing families/divorce, grief, stress, social skills, academics, bullying, problem-solving, and decision-making. 
Small-Group Counseling 
An opportunity for students sharing similar issues or concerns to work together in a small group environment consisting of about 4-6 peers. The group sessions usually last about 30 minutes and are held for approximately 6-8 weeks. Topics are based on the needs of the students and may include changing families/divorce, grief and loss, friendship and social skills, study skills, conflict resolution, emotion management, self-esteem, and stress-management. 
Academic and Career Planning 
School counselors support students in creating and cultivating their own unique and information-based visions for post secondary success, obtained through self-exploration, career exploration, and the development of academic and career management and planning skills. Every year we offer academic and career planning conferences with all fifth grade students and their parents and provide information for the transition to middle school.
Indirect Services
School counselors will often advocate on behalf of students which may involve making a referral for additional services or consulting and collaborating with parents, teachers, other educators and community organizations. 
Contact Information 
Chegwin Elementary School
 109 East Merrill Avenue
 Phone: (920) 929-2820
Amy Thompson 
 Evans Elementary School
 140 South Peters Avenue
 Phone: (920) 929-2828
Lakeshore Elementary School
 706 North Prairie Road
 Phone: (920) 929-2901
Kim Henn
 Parkside Elementary School 
 475 West Arndt Street
 Phone: (920) 929-2840
Pier Elementary School
 259 Old Pioneer Road
 Phone: (920) 929-2868
Katherine Schoofs
 Roberts Elementary School
 270 Candy Lane
 Phone: (920) 929-2835
Kristi Serwe
 Riverside Elementary School
 396 Linden Street
 Phone: (920) 929-2880
Emily Olson 
 Rosenow Elementary School
 290 Weis Avenue 
 Phone: (920) 929-2996
Laura Weber
STEM Academy
 401 South Military Road
 Phone: (920) 906-6772
Heather Noworatzky 
 Waters Elementary School
 495 Wabash Avenue
 Phone: (920) 929-2845