(513) 474-5407


Meet the NMS Counseling Staff

Christine Hamm, counselor (2A, 3A, 3B), (513) 474-5407, ext. 2209

Carolyn Heller, counselor (1A, 1B, 1C, 4C), (513) 474- 5407, ext. 2211

Kathy Roberts, counselor (2B, 4A, 4B), (513) 474- 5407, ext. 2210

Forest Hills School District provides school counseling services to empower students to make decisions which promote academic achievement, social well-being, career readiness and life-long learning. The district offers comprehensive, age-appropriate school counseling that is aligned with the state curriculum standards and the American School Counselor Association standards and every counselor must be licensed by the Ohio Department of Education.

Mission Statement

The Forest Hills Local School District provides a comprehensive K-12 school counseling program that prepares and inspires all students to achieve high standards of excellence in a constantly changing world.  As school counselors we work to ensure that all students feel safe, respected, and supported in their learning environment. The school counseling program delivers intentional interventions that are evidence-based and data-driven.  Preventative programs paired with these interventions help remove academic, career and social/emotional barriers allowing all students to achieve personal success every day.  The school counseling department partners with other educators and stakeholders to advocate for equity, access, and success for all.

Crisis Resources

Academic & Career Information

Student Support

The Nagel school counselors can support Nagel students with:

Students can meet with their Nagel school counselor by asking a teacher, visiting the office, leaving a note or asking a parent to contact the office.

Additional PBIS Supports

At Nagel, we are working hard to create a positive school culture that promotes hope, belonging and engagement for all students. One way we can accomplish this goal is to offer additional support for students who are struggling to meet expectations related to grades, attendance, and/or behavior.

If you believe your student is in need of additional support in any of these areas, please reach out to your student's counselor.

WEB (Where Everyone Belongs)

WEB is an organization that works to help students feel more comfortable and achieve success in their first year of middle school. The WEB orientation and transition program is designed to both welcome and support seventh-graders by assigning them an eighth-grade WEB leader as a mentor during their first year at Nagel. The WEB leader is a responsible eighth-grade student who was hand-selected from a large pool of applicants for being a good role model and a positive leader.

Additional Resources

Cincinnati Academy of Professional Psychology

MindPeace (mental health solutions)

National Alliance on Mental Illness