Ed D'Addio, Sandra Lopez, Bob Lorenzo, Susan Smith and Maxine Smith
Role of School Counselor:
School counselors provide individual and group counseling, teach developmental lessons to promote the social/emotional, career and academic growth of students, and act as a resource for students, staff, guardians, and the school community.
The West Hartford School Counseling Program is based on the belief that every student is important and unique. Our mission is to guide all students toward the best possible educational opportunities in a supportive environment while promoting an understanding of self and others. School counselors strive to provide students with the necessary skills to become productive and healthy citizens. The School Counseling Program is developmental by design, focusing on needs, interests, and issues related to various stages of student growth in three domains: personal/social, academic, and career/post-secondary planning. School Counselors are here to support all students to succeed in school.
Parents are encouraged to contact their child’s school counselor with any questions or concerns that may arise during the school year.
- Parents can register their child on-line for music, world language, and QuEST (if applicable)
- 5th to 6th Grade Transition Night for Parents and Students
- 5th Grade classes visit Sedgwick for an hour long information session and tour of the school.
- See the slide show here.
Sedgwick counselors meet with all 5th grade teachers to discuss incoming students.
5th grade parents can contact school counselors with questions at any time.