Crystal Freeman, Lead Counselor:  [email protected]
Karen Lucario, 6th Grade Counselor and LPAC Coordinator:  [email protected]
Gwendolyn Jones, 7th Grade Counselor and GT Coordinator:  [email protected]
Tyra Gary,  8th Grade Counselor and 504 Coordinator:  [email protected]

Our Role

•  Guidance: Including how to defuse bullying, advocating for students with special needs, and supporting families in crisis
•  Small Group Counseling
•  Individual Counseling: Issues that a school counselor might address with students include 
            •  peer relations
            •  school performance 
            •  anxiety 
            •  family change 
            •  grief 
            •  self-esteem issues 
            •  anger management 
            •  conflict resolution 
            •  new students 
            •  middle school transition 
            •  create schedules
            •  academic performance
   Individual counseling is a service offered to all students.  
   Students may be referred for counseling by a parent, a teacher, or themselves.  
   Counseling can be ongoing or short-term based on the problem/situation. 

Counselor’s REMIND Group

Hello Parents,

We would like to invite you to join our REMIND group to stay informed about upcoming school events, grading periods and special dates such as Suicide Prevention Month, Red Ribbon Week, College Week, Career Day and Awards Night! We look forward to a fantastic school year! Please follow the steps to join REMIND to remain informed.

Hambrick Counselors

REMIND Counselors Group.pdf

Helpful Links for Parents, Teachers, and Students

9 Mistakes Parents Make When Their Daughters Are Suffering From Hurtful Friendships


Kids Health

Social Skills for Middle School