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    Guidance Counselors

    Ms. Karen Blumenthal
    Students whose last names begin with "A" to "L"
    Blumka@centennialsd.org, Ext. 13030

    Ms. Renee Stanley
    Students whose last names begin with "M" to "Z"
    Stanre@centennialsd.org , Ext. 13031

    Guidance Office phone: 215-364-5690 ext. 13040
    Mrs. Godfrey, Guidance Secretary
    Godfma@centennialsd.org

    The Counseling Office is located in the center hallway on the second floor next to the principal's office.
    The Counseling and Guidance program is designed to promote educational, personal, social, and vocational development. The counseling department is an integral component of the Klinger Middle School educational team.


    A School Counselor is someone who works with students in classrooms, small groups, and on an individual basis. Counselors assist students in many students in many student centered issues that may include coping with stress, social skills, conflict resolution, decision making skills, peer pressure, transition issues, crisis intervention, study skills, family change topics, and self esteem topics.

    Counselors also work in a cooperative effort with teachers, parents, administration, and outside agencies to help students make the most of their middle school experience.


    Students can make appointments in the School Counseling Office before school, after school, or during the school with permission from the classroom teacher.

     

    SAP
    Contact the SAP (Student Assistance Program) for more information to assist your child with academic and social development.

    Further Student Support Staff
    Mrs. Ryan Myers- School Psychologist (215)-441-6000 x13032
    Myerry@centennialsd.org

    Mrs. Carol Quinlan- Social Worker (215) 441-6000 x13033
    QuinC1@centennialsd.org

     

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