Guidance & Counseling
Our mission in the counseling office is to provide comprehensive school counseling services to all students, helping all students develop and enhance their academic, social, career, and personal strengths in order to become responsible and productive citizens. Miss Grossman, our school counselor, provides services to all students including individual and group counseling, classroom guidance lessons, responsive services such as conflict resolution and crisis management, and more. She is a liaison between the student, family, and school to provide services and connections with community resources. Each day brings a new set of circumstances, situations and conflicts that are addressed as effectively as possible in order to do what is best for our students.
Students in Transition Empowerment Program (STEP)
Miss Grossman is also the Kingsley Area Schools STEP liaison for district students who meet the state’s definition of homeless. Your child may be eligible for services if you live in any of the following situations at any time during the school year:
- In a shelter or on the street
- In a motel, campground, camper, or tent
- In a car, park, abandoned building, bus or train station
- Couch surfing/doubled up with others due to loss of housing, foreclosure, eviction or economic hardship
- Inadequate living accommodations (overcrowding, lack of plumbing, heating, or electricity)
- Foster Care (placement less than 6 months)
- Youth living on their own, without parent or legal guardian
- Displaced due to fire, natural disaster
Title XII Services
Megwetch! Kingsley Schools has access to Title VII services for our students of Native American heritage. Tim Stark, Youth Intervention Specialist from The Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, works with Miss Grossman to serve the needs of our students. If you would like more information, please contact Miss Grossman at ext. 3227.