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Tuesday, February 07, 2006

School Counselors are Recognized

School Counselors Celebrate during National School Counseling Week,
Feb 6-10, 2006

National School Counseling Week , sponsored by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), will be celebrated February 6-10, 2006 at Wawasee High School, to focus public attention on the unique contribution of professional school counselors to the school system. This week will highlight the impact that counselors can have in helping students achieve school success and plan for a career.

“Every day, school counselors work with counseling programs that address the personal/social, academic, and career needs of all students,” says Barbara Blackburn, ASCA president. “Their ultimate goal is to enable all students to achieve success in school and to become responsible productive members of our society.”

Wawasee High School will celebrate this week with posters, balloons, and special announcements and information for students. Parents and students are encouraged to contact any of the high school counselors if there are questions about the school counseling program at Wawasee. Information specific to Wawasee High School’s Guidance Department can be found on their updated website, which is accessed through the school district website: More general information can be found on ASCA’s website,

Counselors in the Wawasee School District are:
Shannon Fry, HS Director

Steve Hunsberger, WHS

Missy Blackmer, WHS

Roger Voirol, MLF

Elaine Miller, SE

Dr. Betty-Jo Roberts, WMS

Mike McCoy, WMS

Cindy Pierce, NW

Our counselors serve a variety of student, parent and social needs within the school system. We thank them for all they do on behalf of students.

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