Welcome to the MS & HS Counseling Office Page
School Counselor Beliefs
We believe that all students can achieve and be successful learners.
We believe the school counseling program should be consistent with expected developmental stages of learning.
We believe that the School Counselor’s primary role is to advocate for the student.
We believe in ongoing evaluation of service delivery that is data driven and responsive to the needs of our diverse community.
We believe the Comprehensive School Counseling Program should be continuously refined and improved through systematic review and evaluation of data.
We believe in adhering to the ASCA Code of Ethics and the standards for School Counseling Programs in New York State.
Every student will acquire the academic, career, and personal/social skills to reach their fullest educational potential and successfully manage their lives as healthy, responsible, competent, and productive citizens who respect themselves and others.
Want to stay in touch with our counselors? Remind is a one-way text messaging and e-mail system. Your personal information remains completely confidential. Counselors will never see your phone number nor will you see theirs. Average 2 texts/month (standard messaging rates apply). Visit www.remind.com to learn more.Remind Classes:
Meet the Team!
Contact Information:MS & HS Clerk/SecretaryMrs. Rose Wlodarczyk
Phone: (716) 891-6413
MS/HS Social WorkerMrs. Jessica Stiglmeierjstiglmeier@csufsd.org
Phone: (716) 897-7800 (x1114)MS School CounselorMrs. Erin Stillman(Grades 6-8)firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (716) 897-7800 (x1135)HS School CounselorsMr. Jerome Wysocki(Last names: A-L)
Phone: (716) 891-6414
Mrs. Victoria Coyne (Sub: Ms. Latoya Young)(Last names: M-Z)email@example.com
Phone: (716) 891-6415