The School Counseling Department is a support system to help your child negotiate the middle school years, a time of great physical, mental, and emotional change. School counselors are an integral part of the total school program and they help to coordinate the efforts of students, parents, administrators, faculty and specialists.
Nicole Keane 6th Grade Counselor 973-764-5888
Carol Gonzalez 7th Grade Counselor 973-764-4625
Alexis Pisco 8th Grade Counselor 973-764-4759
Academic Support Programs
High School Planning
8th grade students will meet with their counselor to discuss the requirements of high school, review electives, and plan for their transition into the next chapter of their academic careers.
Johns Hopkins Program for Talented Youth
Qualifying students will be invited to participate in the Johns Hopkins Program for Talented Youth which provides access to early SAT testing, summer enrichment courses and scholarship and internship opportunities.
Social Support Programs
Counselors can provide mediation between students and assist in conflict resolution.
Emotional Support Programs
Individual counseling will be provided, as needed, based on student, parent or teacher request.
Resources & Referrals
Counselors can provide multiple resources for additional support, academically, socially, or emotionally.
Parent Support Programs
Periodic informational nights for parents presented by our School Counseling Department. Topics will vary based on the needs of the community.
Glen Meadow Middle School is partners with the
Center for Prevention and Counseling/Vernon Coalition!
The Center for Prevention and Counseling and the Coalition for Healthy and Safe Communities manages a website, www.parentadvicenj.org that highlights current underage drinking prevention news and information. Parentadvicenj.org is a ‘portal’ for parents and caregivers to access and share articles, news & videos regarding underage drinking prevention from around the web. Each link is checked out by Coalition staff to ensure you are receiving the best advice from the most trusted websites on the Internet.
Your child’s school counselor is his or her number one advocate within the school. Please feel free to contact us and we will do our best to get you the answers you need.