The Steele Guidance Department is hosting an 8th grade Parent Scheduling Night on Wednesday, February 21st at 7:00 p.m. in the Steele Cafetorium.
Our counseling program is designed to address the needs of all students by helping them acquire competencies in career planning and exploration, knowledge of self/others and educational/vocational development. The guidance program consists of various programs: individual and group counseling, parent and teacher consultations, group guidance, referral assistance to other programs and services in the community, and classroom guidance.
On today's Comet Conversation, Superintendent Sayers talks with Amanda Sears, our Technology Integration Specialist, on how Amanda works with students and teachers to integrate technology with education.
The CCP meeting will be held on Thursday, February 15th at 6:00 p.m. in the Steele cafetorium. All 7th-11th grade students and parents interested in college credit while in high school should attend!
In this week's Comet Conversation, Superintendent Sayers talks about the facilities updates for 2018!
Congratulations to all of our 6th, 7th, and 8th grade second quarter Honor Roll students!
- Meet Mrs. Carnabuci
- Meet Mrs. Williams
- Counselor's Schedule
- Monthly Newsletter
- Program of Studies
- Career & College Readiness
- College Credit Plus
- Healthy Mind: Small Group Support
- Healthy Mind: Lorain County Board of Mental Health
Greetings! I am Joanne Carnabuci and I am the 5th and 7th grade Guidance Counselor. Before I became a guidance counselor, I previously taught middle school for the past 6 years in the Cleveland area. Teaching middle school is my passion so I am very excited to be your guidance counselor this year. Other than education, I am also a huge sports fanatic, especially OSU football. I have a husband named Pete, who is also a teacher. He works in Berea as and administrator. Education runs in my veins, not only are my immediate family members a bunch of educators, almost every single aunt, uncle or cousin is in some form of education. In the little spare time that I have, I enjoy chasing around my children Carmina and Rocco, running, reading professional development and science fiction books, and like I said before, I am a huge sports fan especially Cleveland sports.
I look forward to working with everyone over the course of the year.
My name is Mary Scott Williams and I am the 6th and 8th grade School Counselor for the 2017-2018 school year. I am thrilled to begin my third year a school guidance counselor at Amherst Junior High. Before becoming a counselor, I taught special education for four year in Amherst. I am very proud to work in the Amherst Exempted Village School District. Outside of my career, I am a Mom of two little ones; Baylee and Henry. We enjoy going to the beach and playing on the playground.
I am excited for a wonderful year ahead filled with helping your child celebrate their achievements, overcome challenges and accomplish their goals! My job is to do all that I can to ensure your child is happy and finds success in the classroom. Please don't hesitate to contact me.
Due to Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Carnabuci splitting grades 5 through 8, they work at Nord Middle School and Amherst Junior High depending on where the grade is located. Below you'll find their weekly schedule.
Mrs. Williams will be at Amherst Junior High School all five days of the week since both 6th grade and 8th grade are located at AJH.
Mrs. Carnabuci will be in the Nord Office on Wednesdays and Fridays. She will be in the AJH Office on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.
As part of the Counseling Program at Amherst Junior High School and Nord Middle School, we are offering a variety of groups to the students this year. A group is anywhere from 3 to 9 students who all share the same concern or program. These groups do not deal with the treatment of psychological disorders. Small group counseling focuses on a particular problem which may be personal, education, social, or vocational. The groups are preventative, short-term, supportive, and developmental. They help the children find a way to cope with stresses, and teach them skills that they can use in everyday life. All groups are completely optional for students.
Groups are held once a week, during a regular school day period, and usually during a study hall time. There will be six to eight group sessions. Please note that we treat all information with strictest confidentiality and the highest respect. Below is a listing of the groups for this upcoming school year (groups are subject to change).
If your child would like to be involved in a group, or if you want your child to participate, please contact a guidance counselor for more information.
For more information, please visit http://www.lcmhb.org/index.html
Greetings! I am Joanne Carnabuci and I am the 5th and 7th grade Guidance Counselor.
Hello! I am Mary Scott Williams and I am the 6th and 8th grade guidance counselor.