EPPING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL COUNSELING
Mrs.Stanley-Berting is the School Guidance Counselor/At-Risk Counselor for Epping Elementary School and works with students in grades K-5. Please contact Mrs.Stanley-Berting by telephone at 679-8018 ext. 3233 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ms. Street is the School Guidance Counselor for Epping Elementary School and works with students in grades K-5. Please contact Ms.Street by telephone at 679-8018 ext. 3114 or by email at Shawna.Street@eppingsd.org.
The School Guidance Counselor works with all students to assist with personal/social, academic, and interests in career goals; by using whole class lessons, group work focusing on specific concerns and individual counseling sessions. Students are referred to the Guidance Office by their teachers, a staff member, parents, and self-referral. If parents have any concerns regarding their children, they should feel free to call the Guidance Office between 8:30 am and 3:00 pm. (EES Student Handbook, 2010)
Most sessions between students and the School Counselor are kept confidential. If there is ever a time when Mrs. McDonough or Mrs. Stanley-Berting believes a student may be in danger or could potentially put others in danger there are required as a New Hampshire mandated reporter, to break confidentiality and report to the appropriate authorities. Student safety is the priority.
Weekend Food Program
Epping Elementary School is proud to once again offer a weekend food program to families in need this school year. In collaboration with 68 hours of hunger, the food program provides students with food for the 68 hour time frame between Friday’s lunch at school and breakfast Monday morning at school. If you are interested in accessing this great program please contact Mrs. Stanley-Berting at 679-8018 ext.3233 or email@example.com.
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