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LNMS Guidance Phone Number 516-887-0283

Lynbrook School District Guidance Chairperson Ms. Laurie Mitchell

Guidance Counselor - Alexandra Etra (Alexandra Collin) - AEtra@lynbrook.k12.ny.us

School Social Worker - Sandra Gettenberg - SGettenberg@lynbrook.k12.ny.us

School Psychologist - Marie Toscano - MToscano@lynbrook.k12.ny.us

 

Guidance Mission Statement

The Lynbrook Guidance and Counseling Department has a commitment to help students attain their full academic potential, develop responsibility and independence, and form a sense of self-worth through supportive counseling relationships. Through collaborative partnerships with parents, teachers, and administrators, they strive to identify and clarify personal values and goals

 

Welcome to the Lynbrook North Middle School Guidance Department. The members of our support staff work with students, parents, teachers, and administration in many ways to support each student through middle school.

 

The Guidance Program is designed to produce responsible, self-aware young adults. Guidance and counseling services are greaty needed at this level as adolescents wrestle with diverse issues such as self-doubt, peer pressure, changing emotions, strugles for independence, and rapid growth. Through individual or group counseling, building team meetings, and parent/teacher conferences, the counselors work as advocates for the students.

 

Some of the day-to-day guidance activities are:

• Open door policy to atttend to students' needs on a daily basis as they progress through the challenging years of middle school

• Individual and group counseling

• Parent and teacher conferences to address academic and social concerns

• Attending Building Support Team Meetings

• Attending to the needs of the Special Education students

 

OUR TWO GOALS FOR EVERY STUDENT:

1) To supports students so that they achieve the highest educational standards possible

2) For our students to learn and grow up in a healthy, caring, and positive environment

 

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