The Role of a School Counselor
School counselors are vital members of the educational team. We help all students in the areas of academic achievement, personal/social development, and career awareness. (American School Counseling Association, 2013)
We love building partnerships and working closely with the families of Ogden Middle School students and the Oregon City School District staff to help facilitate and implement our Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling Program. Please do not hesitate to call or email with any concerns you have regarding your student. We are here to help students and parents through this exciting and challenging time of transition.
Forecasting for our current students and incoming 6th graders is fast approaching. Our counselors work diligently with students to assure a successful school year.
Our 8th graders have completed their 9th grade forecasting and are looking forward to high school.
Incoming 6th Graders:
Here is a slideshow presentation that will assist our new incoming 6th graders and their parents on how to forecast for middle school.
Ms. Karen Flechaus
Ms. Flechaus (pronounced fleck-house) received her bachelor’s degree in education at the State University College of Oneonta in NY. Her master’s degree in school counseling was done at Lewis and Clark in Portland. For the past 23 years, Karen has been part of the Ogden family, eight years teaching social studies, language arts and leadership. She also spent some time working as a student council advisor and volleyball coach. Karen currently works with 7th graders and 6th grade Owl students.
Mrs. Laura Reed
Mrs. Reed received her BS in Psychology and her MS in School Psychology in California. She worked as a School Psychologist for 12 years prior to moving to Oregon with her family. Laura began working as an elementary counselor before moving to the middle school level eight years ago. She has received AVID training. Laura currently supports 8th graders and 6th grade Raven students.
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