Welcome to School Counseling

What Does a School Counselor Do?
  • Helps all students in the areas of academic achievement, personal/social development and career development.
  • Serves a role in maximizing student success.
  • Supports a safe learning environment.
  • Addresses the needs of all students through culturally relevant prevention & intervention programs.
  • Works with individuals and groups.
  • Helps identify needs of students.
  • Encourages better inter-personal relationships.
  • Promotes positive attitudes and choices.
  • Aides teachers and parents in helping students.
  • Coordinates efforts with other school specialists
  • Coordinates referrals to outside agencies.
  • Sponsors community outreach programs.

School Counselor Limitations
Guidance counselors do not provide mental health services. Our counselors have the necessary skills and training to help students with their emotional needs related to their development and education. At times it may be necessary for students/families to seek outside agencies for services that are beyond the scope of school counseling.

Community Resources

1-844-711-4357  NH Statewide Addiction Crisis Line

VIDEO: What is Addiction  - A 5 minute informational video about addiction also known as substance use disorder (SUD).

Bullying at School & Online - AASA Anti Bullying Booklet for Parents
American Association of School Administrators

stopbullying.gov.com - A Federal government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services



Meet the
School Counselors

Susan Buck
Phone Ext. 147

Heidi Milardo
Phone Ext. 208