Counseling Center

Mission Statement

Morey Middle School’s Counseling Department prepares students to accomplish their future goals in life. We support students in academic and career readiness, social and emotional well-being and in finding personal success. We are thorough, data-driven and always looking towards the future of our students and community.


How and Why do Parents Contact the School Counselors?

  • Concerns over student achievement
  • Family health problems
  • New school registration and orientation
  • Test interpretation
  • Discussing special needs of their child
  • Early discussion of potential crises
  • Family difficulties or concerns

Parents can call the school counselor at any time for a phone conference or to set up a school visit.


How Does a Student See a Counselor?

  • Self-referral
  • Request of a counselor
  • Parent referral
  • Administrative referral
  • Teacher or other staff referral
  • Referral by friend(s)

What do school counselors do?

For Students:

  • Academic and career planning
  • Individual Career and Academic Plans (ICAP)
  • Provide information for a variety of social, emotional, career and academic needs
  • Crisis intervention and prevention
  • Teach a variety of skills individually and in groups
  • Establish and maintain cooperative relationships

For Parents:

  • Provide information for a variety of social, emotional, career and academic needs
  • Support in child’s academic and career planning
  • Better understand the social and psychological aspects of child development
  • Work with the school to plan their child’s education
  • Learn more about school programs
  • Become aware of community resources available to them and their children



Confidentiality is of the utmost importance to us. We believe that each student and their families deserve to be treated with the deepest respect and discretion. We will guard your privacy as much as permitted by law. Below are reasons confidentiality will be broken

  • Danger to others
  • Danger to self
  • Danger from others

If you have any questions regarding confidentiality, please feel free to contact a team member


What is an Individualized Career and Academic Plan?

ICAP is a multi-year process that intentionally guides students and families in the exploration of career, academic and postsecondary opportunities. With the support of adults, students develop the awareness, knowledge, attitudes and skills to create their own meaningful and PoWeRful (PwR or Post-Secondary and Workforce Ready) pathways to be career and college ready.