It's National School Counseling Week! We want to celebrate and give our gratitude to all of our school counselors for their hard work and dedication to our students. THANK YOU FOR ALL THAT YOU DO!
Sallie Konrardy, a counselor at Longfellow. "I'm all in for students because they matter, they make a
difference & they deserve it!"
Val Matson, a counselor at Frances Willard. "I'm all in for students because they are our future and
the heart of our community!"
Molly Mcgreevy, a counselor at Earl Hanson. "I'm all in for students because their story matters. They are good! They are fun! I am hopeful. They are our future. I care deeply. They deserve a chance. They all are unique! Everyone needs someone!
Olivia Klotz, a counselor at Thomas Jefferson. "I'm all in for students because their voices matter! Every human should feel valued and empowered. They are worth it! They are the change! Our kids should not feel alone on their journey. They are unique. They humble me with their trust!"
Michelle Schneckloth, a counselor at Eugene Field. "I'm all in for students because every student deserves to be heard. They are all unique. They are all worth it!"
Sarah Bower, a counselor at Denkmann. "I'm all in for students because they are our future."
Julie Churchill, a counselor at Rock Island High School. "I'm all in for students because I want every student to be successful in the future - whatever success looks like to them!"
Amy Zero, a counselor at Rock Island Academy. "I'm all in for the students because every student gets a voice. Every student deserves a champion. Every student matters."
Jamie Miner, a counselor at Ridgewood Elementary. "I'm all in for students because they are fun and sweet. They are worth it. They give the best hugs. I love watching them learn and grow! I care about all of them! What is going on in their world is important. I love laughing with them!"