The school counseling program at Page Middle School is a comprehensive developmental program that supports the school’s mission to prepare students to be lifelong learners and responsible members of society. A proactive approach is used in order to meet state school counseling and career guidance standards. Counselors implement a classroom guidance curriculum, coordinate testing, and lead school-wide character education and anti-bullying efforts. The counselors are available to consult with parents and teachers to find ways to enhance student success. Counselors can make referrals to the school social worker to help parents get connected to resources in the community. The following responsive services listed below are also provided.
The counseling department at Page Middle School supports the academic and personal development of all students. Counselors also help to coordinate programs such as orientation for new students and a Career Fair. They aid with the transition to high school, provide academic support, assist with school, county and state testing. Middle school is an exciting time of growth and change and the counseling department can help parents and students adjust to the transitions that take place during those years.
Counselors have assigned grade levels as follows: