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Kammerer Middle School
Excellence is the Expectation

Leslie Walker

Rhea Butler

Cheryl Newbern

Allison Schwartz



Eighth Grade

Mental Health Practitioner
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JCPS Counselors Department Statement

Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) counselors, in partnership with students, families, staff, community, and businesses, will prepare students to be successful lifelong learners. The K–12 comprehensive guidance program will provide teaching and modeling strategies that create and nurture a safe and positive teaching environment.

Our Comprehensive Developmental Guidance Program provides the skills necessary for academic success, career planning, and personal and social growth.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you provide contact information for resources so I can access services for my child?

Click here.

What support services are available at Kammerer Middle School?
  • Youth Services Center (YSC)
  • Extended School Services (ESS)
  • Mentoring
  • Clothes Closet
  • Exceptional Child Education (ECE) Services
  • Staff Support Team (SST)
  • Teacher Assistance Teams (TAT)
  • Reading Recovery
  • Seven Counties—School-Based
  • English as a Second Language (ESL) Services
  • After-School Tutoring
  • Ramp-up Reading
  • Home-School Coordinator
  • Career Planner
  • JCPSeSchool/Correspondence/Summer School
  • Tutoring
  • STP Math
  • Algebra Lab
  • Counseling Provided by Community Organization
  • ESL Volunteers
  • Study Skills Class
  • Guest Speakers
  • Advance Program Courses
  • Foundations/CHAMPS
  • Advisor/Advisee
  • Book Club

What specific services are available through my child's counselor?
  • Peer Mediation
  • Classroom Guidance
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Test Result Interpretation
  • Character Education
  • Transition Services
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Referrals to Outside Agencies
  • Drug Prevention Program
  • Advance Program Testing
  • Parent Night
  • Counselor Newsletter
  • Course Planning and Scheduling
  • IGP
  • Parent/Student/Teacher Liaison
  • Anger Management Counseling
  • Academic Counseling
  • Testing Information

What is the best way to talk with my child’s counselor?

A parent should set up an appointment to see his or her child’s counselor by phone (485-8279), e-mail, fax, or letter.

What is the best way for my child to talk with his or her counselor?

The best way is for students to make an appointment with clerical staff and the counselor through the Counseling Office. If it is an emergency, they should contact a teacher or general office staff member immediately and let him or her know of their need to see their counselor.

What else can I learn about the services and programs offered by JCPS?

This link accesses the JCPS homepage, which has information on a variety of JCPS programs and departments.

Is there a general K–12 Web site for me to access counselor-related information?

This link is to the JCPS counselor Web pages, which will allow you to access information regarding the curriculum, enrollment, health/immunizations, testing, grading procedures, special programs, college/career information, and community resources.