Counseling

Counseling Google Website

Counseling Department Staff:

Phone: 301-353-8071/Fax 301-353-8093  

Robin Greene – Resource Counselor                      Robin_M_Greene@mcpsmd.org

Natalie Williams - 8th Grade Counselor                  Natalie_Williams@mcpsmd.org

Todd Geary – 7th Grade Counselor                         Todd_J_Geary@mcpsmd.org

 6th Grade Counselor  - contact Robin Greene, Resource Counselor        

Delmy Martinez- Registrar/Counseling Secretary    Delmy_A_Martinez@mcpsmd.org 

Joanne DeMoll – Pupil Personnel Worker                Joanne_DeMoll@mcpsmd.org

                            Please take a moment to review our counseling services.  

                If we can assist you in anyway, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

 

The Neelsville Middle School Counseling Program 

 Neelsville School Counselors provide a developmental counseling program that addresses the academic, career, and social/ emotional needs of students in a safe, nurturing environment. It is designed to support students through direct counseling services and activities that strengthen their social, emotional and academic skills. All counseling related services facilitate the social/emotional growth of students in the areas of: self-awareness, relationship skills, social awareness, self-management and responsible decision making.

 

Hot Topics and Resources

  •  Academic Support 
  •  Career Information 
  •  Social/Emotional Supports 
  •  Parent Resources 

 

Academic Support Curriculum 2.0

Smart Club- This program is an after-school homework club that is available to all students on an as needed basis. Space is limited, so please sign up early.  Please  check in the front office for location of the signup sheet, times and dates.

Extended Day Program at Neelsville  - Accelerate learning and strengthen skills at Neelsville MS after school until 4:15. Bus transportation provided! More info will be ready in the October 2017.  

 HomeworkHotline 

 Saturday School Information 

 Student Service Learning Information  

  • All students are required to have a minimum of 75 hours of Student Service Learning Credit hours for high school graduation. 
  • To find SSL Approved Opportunities:Visit the Montgomery County Volunteer Center Website http://www.montgomeryserves.org/ 
  • Link to all Pre-Approved MCPS SSL Opportunities:  http://www.montgomeryserves.org/volunteers/student-service-learning-ssl

     

  • Students can continue to engage in MCPS SSL opportunities during the summer, including select virtual/remote opportunities that follow the temporarily amended guidelines posted on the MCPS SSL webpage (www.mcps-ssl.org). All SSL opportunities can be found on the Montgomery County Volunteer Center website (www.montgomeryserves.org); these opportunities will be tagged with the blue MCPS SSL banner and graduation cap icon. To learn more about the MCPS SSL program, please view our program overview at https://bit.ly/SSLOverview2020After June 5, students should hold on to any SSL forms and turn them into their school’s SSL coordinator in the fall. SSL coordinators will accept any SSL forms that students were unable to turn in at the end of the 2019-2020 school year, as well as any SSL forms for service completed during the summer of 2020. If you have any questions, please email your school’s SSL coordinator or the MCPS SSL office at ssl@mcpsmd.org. Thank you!

     

Student Service Learning Overview - Summer 2020