All students are encouraged to become acquainted with the guidance counselor.  The better your counselor knows you, the better guidance can serve students and families.  Support from the guidance department is an integral part of school.  The counselors assist each student so they can achieve in school academically, personally, socially and emotionally.


School Psychologist and Social Worker

These professionals are available to help children succeed academically, socially and emotionally.  They team with teachers and parents to create a healthy learning environment and work to strengthen connections between home and school.  Their broad range of skills allows them to engage in:

  • Consultation with school personnel and families about students learning and behavior.
  •  Assessment of learning and social/emotional development.
  • Individual and group counseling.
  • Workshop presentations to teachers and parents to help them better understand and support student’s learning, development and mental health.

 Title I Math

Students in Title I Math receive assistance in their respective classrooms to increase basic skills.  The assistance provides students with a better understanding of the classroom curriculum.  Title I also has events that event encourage parent involvement.


Title I Reading

 Students in Title I Reading work in small group setting.  Students are taught study skills, that help them experience greater success in the classroom.  The content that is covered is parallel to the classroom content.  Title I also has events that encourage parent involvement.


Reading Consultant and Literacy Teachers 

Students meet for CMT reading classes in lieu of one special.  Students who have been identified as not meeting that state goal in the DRP put work on reading skills.



Our Special Education teachers are working with identified students as well as regular education students.  Inclusion teachers co-teach with regular education teachers in order to provide extra support for all the students.  Modifications are made for identified students so that these students can participate successfully in the regular education classroom.  



The English as a second language program (ESL) provides English language instruction to students from non-English or limited English speaking backgrounds.