Glenview Middle School Counselors' Mission Statement
The mission of school counselors at Glenview Middle School is to meet the needs of their students making sure they are safe at school and empower them to become successful members of society. In order to fulfill this mission, school counselors look at a student's physical, social, mental, and emotional well-being. Information about these important aspects of a person is needed from parents, teachers, staff, administrators, and community resources so the student can be more aware about the progress or lack of progress they are making. In addition, the student is able to see that others are concerned about their health. School counselors follow the American Counseling Association Code of Ethics that includes maintaining confidentiality in situations except if they involve abuse and harming oneself or others. School counselors are continuously educating themselves to be increasingly effective in the knowledge of relevant topics parents and children are facing today. Overall, school counselors attend to the student's personal growth and development which is top priority for present and future choices and endeavors a student may take on
Information about the Glenview Middle School Counselors
Works with all Glenview students in 6th grade for the 2022-23 school year.
Contact information: (309) 755-1919, ext. 211
"I graduated from Aurora University with my B.A degree in Elementary Education.in 2014. I graduated from Western Illinois Quad Cities with my M.S. in School Counseling in 2021. I also am a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Before working as one of the school counselors at Glenview I taught 3rd grade at Wells Elementary for 5 years. Some of my hobbies include being active, enjoying nature, watching sports, and spending time with friends and family."
Works with all Glenview students in 5th grade for the 2022-23 school year.
Contact information: (309) 755-1919, ext. 212
"I have been a counselor at Glenview since 2019. I received my Bachelors in Business Marketing and Sociology at Augustana College. I then received my Masters in School Counseling at Loras College. Helping others and working with children and young teenagers has been a passion of mine. I am excited to demonstrate that here at Glenview. Some hobbies include playing basketball, slow pitch softball, and sand volleyball. I am also the assistant women’s basketball coach at Black Hawk College. I enjoy spending time with my friends and family. I also love to spend my free time traveling the world."
Works with all Glenview students in 8th grade for the 2022-23 school year.
Contact information: (309) 755-1919, ext. 213
"I have been a school counselor since 2012. Prior to working at Glenview, I was an elementary school counselor in Bettendorf. I graduated from Western Illinois University with a Masters of Science in Education in Counseling. I enjoy lots of hobbies including the outdoors, being active and spending time with friends and family. I have twin boys who keep me busy and a professional therapy dog that loves kids!"
Works with all Glenview students in 7th grade for the 2022-23 school year.
Contact information: (309) 755-1919, ext. 214