The Counseling Office of Edmond Memorial High School offers a variety of services for students in grades 9 through 12. The staff consists of four academic counselors, a student assistance counselor, a career counselor, and a school psychologist. In addition, the support staff, including a registrar, scholarship secretary, and counseling secretary provide invaluable help to students and parents.
Ms. Russell serves as the counselor to the student in the Freshman academic.
Mrs. Tate serves as the academic counselor to the students in the 10th-12th grades whose last names begin with the letters
Mrs. Elerick serves as the academic counselor to the students in the 10th-12th grades whose last names begin with the letters
Mrs. Rampey serves as the academic counselor to the students in the 10th-12th grades whose last names begin with the letters
Ms. Sharp is responsible for handling a variety of activities. She also provides group and personal counseling. In addition, Ms. Sharp is the liaison for the alternative schools at Boulevard Academy and Project Hope at Francis Tuttle Career-Tech Center.
Ms. Hardy serves as the academic counselor to the students who attend Francis Tuttle. She provides career interest inventories that will connect student skills and interests to appropriate career choices. She helps students find direction to and recognition of the many options for post-graduation paths. In addition, she coordinates job shadowing opportunities in the community for students.
Ms. Price is primarily involved in special education referrals and coordinating interventions for students who are having difficulty performing in school. She meets with students, parents, and teachers to discover what is causing the student’s difficulties as well as to obtain further information through testing, if necessary. She is an invaluable resource for the counseling and teaching staff in dealing with behavioral or emotional issues.
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