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End of Year Surveys

6th Grade Counseling Survey

7th Grade Counseling Survey

Course Selection for 2019-2020

January 29th : 5th grade parent night at LMS 5:30pm

February 1st : Martin Luther King Elementary

February 5th : Maggie Cordova Elementary

February 7th – 12th : Current/ Returning LMS students

February 14th – 15th : High School course selection

Course Selections are completed using PowerSchool. It is important that you review your students’ selections by logging into your Parent PowerSchool account and selecting the class registration tab. You will be able to edit your students’ selections February 1- March 1. If you need assistance with PowerSchool access, please contact the school at which your student is currently enrolled.

Course Selection is not registration. Registration is a three-part process:

  1. Course Selections (At schools in February)
  2. Pre-Enrollment (Through parent PowerSchool account in April)
  3. Schedule Pick up (At LMS in July)


Welcome Mr. Romansky!

LMS is excited to welcome Gage Romansky to our pride!
Mr.  Romansky is our new full-time counselor working with
all 7th graders and 6th graders last names A-M. We are so happy to have him here with us!

Requests for Schedule Changes are Closed

No more schedule change requests will be accepted for the Fall 2018 semester. We are more than two weeks into the semester and students have already covered a large portion of 
instruction. If you have questions or concerns regarding a class that your student is currently enrolled in please contact the teacher directly.

Welcome Back!

Welcome back for the 2018/19 school year! We are very excited to get to know you and your students. The counseling department is just getting things started with getting to know your students. We will be visiting classrooms and be providing lessons to each grade level over the coming weeks. 

Counseling Department General Info

Mission Statement
The school counselor will collaborate with school and community members to deliver a
comprehensive developmental school counseling program that will provide a safe and supportive environment in which all scholars are encouraged to achieve their full academic, career, and social/emotional potential.

Counseling Goals
The school counselor will:

  • Develop and implement a school counseling program based on the academic, career, and social/emotional needs of all scholars.
  • Promote academic success and attainment of study skills.
  • Assist scholars in developing an understanding and respect of self and others.
  • Provide career development opportunities for scholars.
  • Provide support to scholars and their families regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion or religious creed, disability or handicap, sex or gender, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status.
  • Uphold the standards and ethics of the counseling profession (American School Counseling Association and American Counseling Association).
Expected Scholar Outcomes

Scholars will:
  • Develop an understanding and appreciation of themselves and others.
  • Demonstrate the ability to effectively use strategies to achieve study and work skills. 
  • Demonstrate an awareness of their unique personal skills, abilities, interests, value and personality traits, and how these influence career paths.
Individual Counseling Activities
  • Individual Counseling Sessions offered on an as need basis only **
    • Career and Academic
    • Scheduling
    • Social and Behavioral Issues
    • Crisis Intervention
    • Conflict Resolution 
**A list of community counseling resources will be provided to families for counseling concerns that cannot be addressed within the constraints of the school counseling setting.
Classroom Presentations

Topics may include: harassment, bullying, grief, career awareness/exploration, conflict resolution, academic/ organizational skills, test taking/study skills, substance use education, and multicultural awareness.
  • Career Exploration/Next Step Plans (8th Grade Scholars)
          - This includes meeting w/students to go over NSP
  • Registration for High School/Middle School
          - Coordinate w/high school counselors for 8th Graders moving to HS
          - Coordinate w/elementary school counselors for 5th Graders moving to MS.
          - Group registration for current 6th and 7th graders for next school year.
  • Other topics as identified by educators to help support scholars may vary by grade level and current need of the scholars.
Confidentiality Statement
  • Educational information is provided to families under the FERPA guidelines
  • We strive to provide the most supportive environment possible for our scholars and families. We provide the following conditions when meeting with scholars. We do however encourage scholars to be open and honest with their families to achieve the greatest level of support. 


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How to Contact Us:

Sheryl Bauer
All 8th Grade and 6th Grade last names N-Z
Phone: 892-1100 x 528

Gage Romansky
All 7th Grade and 6th Grade last names A-M
Phone: 892-1100 x 540 


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