The Nagel Middle School counseling department provides a comprehensive, age-appropriate school counseling program that is aligned with the state curriculum standards, American School Counseling Standards and the Forest Hills counseling program. Nagel Middle School counselors are professional school advocates who facilitate and coordinate a multi-tiered support system to maximize student potential and academic achievement. To help students navigate their journey to becoming independent learners and responsible global citizens, counselors provide student and family guidance in the areas of academics, careers, and personal-social development.
Nagel school counselor, can support Nagel students with:
Transitions and changes
School registration process and orientation
Testing taking and results
Study skills/ organization skills
Changing families: divorce, separation and/or remarriage, death
Students can meet with the Nagel school counselor by asking a teacher, visiting the office, leaving a note or asking a parent to contact the office.
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.
MindPeace (mental health solutions)
Amy Maxwell, counselor (Teams 7-1, 7-3, 7-4), (513) 474-5407, ext. 2210
Christine Hamm, counselor (Teams 7-2, 7-5, 8-3), (513) 474-5407, ext. 2209
Carolyn Heller, counselor (Teams 8-1, 8-2, 8-4, 8-5), (513) 474- 5407, ext. 2211
Kim Calder, administrative assistant, (513) 474- 5407, ext. 2201