School counselors are certified/licensed educators who improve student success for ALL students by implementing a comprehensive school counseling program

School Counselors

Welcome to the counseling center! Our mission as school counselors is to help students navigate middle school,  providing academic, career, and social/emotional support in a variety of capacities. Direct student services include classroom lessons, small group and individual counseling, and helping students explore interests to help them make decisions about their future. Indirect student services include collaboration with teachers, parents, and the community to support student achievement, and to provide referrals to community resources for students and families needing extra assistance.

 

Caroline Ingraham

8th Grade Counselor
Caroline.Ingraham@slcschools.org
 (801) 578-8118 
Text: ‪(801) 609-1264

School counselors help all students:

  • apply academic achievement strategies

  • manage emotions and apply interpersonal skills 

  • plan for college and career readiness

 

Counselors provide:  

  • individual student academic planning and goal setting

  • school counseling classroom lessons based on student success standards

  • short-term counseling to students

  • referrals for long-term support n collaboration with families/teachers/ administrators/ community for student success

  • advocacy for students at individual education plan meetings and other student-focused meetings

  • data analysis to identify student issues, needs and challenge

Jennifer Jones
7th Grade Counselor 
Jennifer.jones@slcschools.org
 (801) 578-8118 
Text: (385) 715-1934
As a part of every student’s school experience in grades K – 12, school counselors routinely discuss issues related to academic planning and progress as well as personal/social development and career decision-making issues. Occasionally it is necessary to do follow-up with students individually or in groups on any of these issues. We need parental consent to meet with students regularly and to waive the two week waiting period (required by Utah law). 

You can find that permission form here: 



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