- Sandi Mead 524-8435
- Nick Shaw 524-8434
- Registrar – Rachel Juarez 524-8431
- Secretary – Robyn James 524-8430
Our Goal is to help each child be academically, personally and socially successful.
We do this through:
- Individual and Small Group Counseling
- Classroom Guidance Presentations
- School-wide Presentations
- Conferencing with Parents
- Crisis Intervention
- Agency Referrals
We teach students the skills they need to make good decisions and to solve problems independently.
Guidance appointments are made by:
- Student Requests
- Teacher Recommendations
- Parent Contacts
- Administrator Assignments
- Developmental Classroom/School-wide Guidance Programs include:
- Transition to Middle School
- Sexual Harassment
- Grief and Loss
- Cultural Diversity
- Substance Abuse Prevention
- Study Skills
- Violence Prevention
- Transition to High School
- Peer Pressure
- Stress Management
- Bully Control
Access for Mental Health Resources
The Mental Health Resource allow parents to gain access to mental health programs and options. For more information on the Mental Health Treatment Option please click here. (This will open a new window.)
Reporting Child Abuse
Click here to open a new page to read the child abuse pdf file.
Reporting Professional Misconduct
Click here to open a new page to read the professional misconduct pdf file.
How to Stay Informed About Your Child’s Progress:
- Check you child’s planner each day and ask questions
- Communicate with the teacher through notes you write in the planner
- Call or visit your child’s teacher with specific questions
Information on Grades:
The School Calendar in your child’s planner lists the dates for progress reports and report cards for the year. Each quarter your child will receive a Progress Report in mid-quarter and a Report Card at the end of the nine week quarter.
Ways to Help Your Child:
- Check the planner every day
- Show how to organize things
- Understand that middle school students are constantly changing
- Never give up on your child
- Have high expectations
- Expect responsible behavior
- Observe changes in behavior, friends, activities, and/or grades
- Listen with an open mind
- Respect teachers and the school environment
- Make a routine study time
- Organize tasks and projects
- Gather for weekly “family time”
- Be your child’s biggest cheerleader
- Encourage your child to try — know that efforts pay off
- Be positive and consistent
- Stay in touch with teachers
- Make sure school comes first
Stay involved in your child’s education! Your PMS team is here to help.
How to request a team conference?
Contact your child’s team leader by visiting or calling PMS at 524-8400. Counselors will attend the conferences if they are requested.