Welcome to The Counselor’s Corner! My name is Ms. Writt and I am so excited to be your school counselor! My role as the counselor is to work collaboratively with the school community in order to support the academic, personal, and social/emotional needs of students. I hope that you find this page helpful with resources for you and your family. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Maryvale Elementary School Counseling Program:
At Maryvale Elementary, our counseling program seeks to support the academic, personal and social needs of each student through collaboration with parents, community, staff, and administration. Each student will have the opportunity to participate in classroom guidance lessons, individual and group counseling sessions, and related support services in order to ensure that all students develop into respectful, responsible, and determined learners that are equipped to lead fulfilling lives as empathetic and responsible members of our diverse society. As your school counselor I am committed to helping students develop skills necessary to communicate effectively and to self-advocate in order to prepare for grade level and life transitions through developmental school counseling. At Maryvale, we believe that all students have the right to feel safe, supported, and empowered in order to achieve successes in school and life.
News & Events:
Please continue to check your e-mail and MVESCounselor for continuous updates.Thank you!
Social & Emotional Support for students
- Havea “Can Do!” Attitude
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
- (Get “KnowBullying,” the free app from SAMHSA that can prevent bullying.) Kids Against Bullying
- Cyber Bullying
- Internet Safety
- Kids Health
- Family Services Agency
- Teaching Tolerance
- Career Kids
- Hospice Caring Inc.
- Info Montgomery
- MCPS Parent Academy
- Montgomery County Commission for Women
Academic Support for Students
- Language Arts & Math Grade Level Lessons
- ABC’s. phonemic awareness, decoding, read aloud books
- High interest news articles for children
- Spelling & Vocabulary - learn, test, practice, & games
- Math & Science - learn, test, & practice/
Mental Health Resources
Emergency Phone Numbers
Crisis Center Hotline: 240-777-4000/240-777-4190
Youth Crisis Hotline: 301-738-9697
Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline: 240-777-4417
Spouse Abuse/Abused Persons Crisis Line: 240-777-4673
Emergency Shelter: 240-777-4000
Domestic Violence: 240-773-0444