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School Counseling Department

School counselors work in partnership with students and families to provide tools, resources, and tips to achieve academic success, work toward physical, mental, and social-emotional health and well-being, and plan for the future.

Some of the ways School Counselors can help you and your child:

  • Academic Planning (grades, courses,GPA)
  • Personal problems
  • Family/friend/teacher issues
  • Crisis Situations
  • Connecting to other resources
  • Motivation
  • Self-advocacy skill development
  • Transitioning from elementary to middle school
  • Transitioning from middle school to high school
  • School adjustment
  • School involvement
  • Post-secondary planning
  • Career exploration

John Glenn Middle School Counseling Office

Phone: 651-748-6334

Academic Resources
 

Khan Academy - free educational videos, games, and practice 

Homework Rescue - free online 1:1 homework help.  Library card is needed. 

Kuta Software- free math practice 

Parent and Student Portal- monitor grades, attendance, etc. 

Brainpop - free videos and quizzes on many subjects  User name:  jgmiddle  Password:  johnglenn1 

Study Habits for Middle School Students -article 

Test Anxiety resource

Free Hmong Tutors - Click here for information

Community Resources

Ramsey County Crisis:  651-266-7878

Washington County Crisis:  651-274-7400

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  1-800-273-TALK

National Crisis Textline:  Text "MN" to 741-741

Crisis Line for LGBTQI teens: 1-866-488-7386

Ramsey County Community Resources

Washington County Community Resources

Metro Children's Response Services

United Way 2-1-1

 

Social-Emotional Resources


Main Contacts

Carla Korth

School Counselor

Tom Berner

School Counselor

Megan Teske

School Counselor

Kelly Rogowski

School Counselor Secretary