The school counselor helps students, parents, and staff. She teaches guidance topics in the classroom, helps parents and teachers with student behavior issues, and acts as a liaison between school and community services. The counselor serves as a resource for both the Jennings Lodge and Candy Lane community. She works with students in small groups as well as teaching whole classes, and sees students individually.
Jennings Lodge/Candy Lane School Counselors
Your school counselors are available to all students; please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns about your student. We are here to assist your student in meeting their educational, personal, social, and career goals.
Heidi Barz works at Jennings Lodge Elementary Monday through Friday (8-3:30). You can contact her by phone at (503)785-8035 x.2840 or by email at email@example.com
Liz Mogil works at Candy Lane Elementary Monday through Friday, (7:30-3:30). You can contact her by phone at (503)785-8150 x.2218 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly Counseling Lesson Themes 2017-2018
September: Responsibility - learning to manage anger/feelings, make healthy choices, taking care of oneself
October: Adaptability - flexible, able to adjust to different seetings/changes in routine, compliant, "go with the flow"
November: Empathy - understanding others perspective, identify with another's feelings, ability to experience the feelings of others
December: Generosity - helping others, putting others before him/herself, sharing with others
January: Respectful - listening to others, treating others with compassion, valuing each person for who they are
February: Perseverance - personal goal setting, future career awareness, doesn't give up/shut down when things are tough
March: Courageous - willingness to face challenges, embracing difficult tasks, being brave
April: Cooperation - working together with others to do something, doing what others ask of you
May: Honesty and Integrity - being truthful, sincere, and trustworthy, doing the right thing when others aren't looking