Welcome to the Ronald Wilson Reagan Middle School Counseling Department!
  Our school counselors Kari Chambers (6th Grade A-Q), Jacquelyn Leif (7th grade A-Q), Erin Tracy (8th grade A-Q), and Meagan Huntington (All Grades Last Names R-Z), Amy Covell-Sharek (Director of School Counseling and co-counselor to all grades) along with our registrar, Kristine Bucci are eager to assist you.  Please do not hesitate to contact us whenever the need arises!
 
School counselors at Ronald Wilson Reagan Middle School believe:
 
  • All students can attain high levels of learning and achievement based on relationships built with Reagan Middle School stakeholders (administration, faculty, staff,parents, and community).
  • All students are deserving of complete access to the school counseling program to make a difference in improving their academic, social, and emotional well-being.
  • Counselors are committed to advocate for each student as well as to assist students in developing skills to advocate for themselves.
  • Reagan Middle School counseling program should be developmental and preventative in nature, striving to incorporate research-based ideas, strategies and techniques driven by data.
  • The American School Counselor Association ethical standards will empower Reagan Middle School counselors to make decisions based on the highest moral principles to promote student life-long learning and success.
     
RRMS Counseling Department Vision Statement

Ronald Wilson Reagan Middle School students will be contributing citizens striving to achieve their highest potential with to assume leadership roles in their chosen life path.  Students will display respect, integrity, discipline, enthusiasm and responsibility while making positive contributions to society.  Students will demonstrate problem-solving strategies, coping skills, resiliency and cultural awareness as they pursue life-long learning and individual life goals.
 
RRMS Counseling Department Mission Statement
 
The mission of the Ronald Wilson Reagan Middle School counseling department is to develop student academic, career, and personal/social success by providing all students with a comprehensive school counseling program and developing relationships with students that foster a sense of belonging and acceptance as well as a strong connection to adults in the school community.