NOMS School Counseling Services
I work with students individually for a number of different reasons. Peer relations, conflict resolution, new student transitions, anger management, and difficulty in the classroom are some of the most common. Referrals for students to talk with me can be made by classroom teachers, parents, or by the child themselves. Confidentiality is maintained to ensure privacy. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Laurie Miller at 624-2157 ext. 3009.
We form small groups with students based on the needs of the student population. Support groups usually meet weekly during first period. They will generally run for about 6-8 weeks and last forty-minutes in length. Typical topics include but are not limited to study skills, grief and loss, self-esteem, drugs and alcohol, and peer relations.
If you feel that your child could benefit from one of these groups please contact Laurie Miller at 624-2157 ext. 3009.
Homework club is a program designed to help students who have difficulty completing homework and studying for tests. The club runs from 2:30-3:30 Tuesday through Friday each week. This club is in no way mandatory or punitive. Students who attend are encouraged to complete homework, prepare for exams, and gain organizational skills in a positive, non-stressful atmosphere. The students are allowed to work with each other, and there are several High School students and other adults who serve as "tutors" for students who are having problems or questions. Persons interested in this program should feel free to contact Rebecca Myers at 624-2157 ext. 3016.
Mrs. Laurie Miller, ext. 3009
Mrs. Rebecca Myers, ext. 3016
CVSD School Counseling
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