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Counseling Corner: December 21, 2017

Counseling Corner: December 21, 2017
Posted on 12/21/2017
School Counselors are professional educators with a social, emotional, and behavioral perspective who understand and respond to the challenges presented by today’s diverse student population. Below is an explanation of some of the services and supports we provide for students and families.

The counseling team provides individual and group counseling for students that focuses on a range of issues including: grief/loss, emotional regulation, organizational issues, academic struggles, social skills, and peer conflicts.


The counselors track attendance trends and works with students and families to devise pro-active solutions to issues of tardies and/or absenteeism.


The counselors work with administration and grade level teams to analyze student data including MCAS, student work samples, and district assessments. Based on the student data, school counselors discuss ways to execute targeted interventions and strategies.


School counselors consult with and refer students/families to community resources including after school programs, mentorships, individual/group therapy, and educational resources.


The counseling team partners with Food For Free to provide students and families with access to healthy snacks and meals. On the first Friday of every month from 2:30 - 5:30PM, the King School and Putnam Ave. Upper School host a free food market in the cafeteria for all students and families. Families that are enrolled in the Weekend Backpack Food Program receive health snacks and meals every Friday.

If you would like additional information about our counseling services or programs, feel free to contact a member of the counseling team:

Jiar Ahmed, Adjustment Counselor: 617.349.7780 x796-2209
Joanne Edouard, Guidance Counselor: 617.349.7780 x796-2213
Mathieu Perry, Adjustment Counselor: 617.349.7780 x796-2210