Mental Health Center
Room 107 & 109
Greece Central School District school counselors serve a vital role in maximizing student achievement. Incorporating leadership, advocacy and collaboration, school counselors work to promote equity and access to opportunities and rigorous educational experiences for all students. School counselors support a safe learning environment and work to safeguard the basic human rights of all members of our school community. Collaborating with other stakeholders to promote student achievement, school counselors address the needs of all students through prevention and intervention programs that are a part of a comprehensive school counseling program.
We provide assistance with:
High school planning, course selection, career exploration, college planning, conflict resolution, social and emotional support, academic intervention, goal setting, development of healthy coping skills, and stress management strategies.
We work collaboratively with students, teachers, parents, administrators, and the community to meet our school goals.
1) Build and sustain a school-wide culture that is conducive for learning
2) Actively monitor student credit attainment to ensure graduation
3) Prepare our students to be college and career ready
Counseling Office Staff: Room 107 & 109
Ms. Clement, Counseling Secretary (966-4044)
For transcript requests, please call Paula Clement at 966-4044
records release form
10th and 12th Grade: (last names)
Mr. Kyle Xiao A-Go (966-4057)
Mr. Dave Carletta Gr-Pa (966-4058)
Ms. Kaleigh Dumigan Pe-Z (966-4053)
9th and 11th Grade: (last names)
Mrs. Sara Giacalone A-L (966-4050)
Mrs. Katie Ballard M-Z (966-4054)
School Social Worker
Kelly Lincoln (966-4177)
Anthony Caleb (966-4051)
School Social Workers are licensed mental health professionals with a Master’s Degree in Social Work who provide services related to a person's social, emotional and life adjustment to school and/or society. School Social Workers are the link between the home, school and community in providing direct as well as indirect services to students, families and school personnel to promote and support students' academic and social success.
James Vreeland (966-4075)
Beth Curtis (966-4164)
School psychological services consist of consultation, counseling, behavioral and academic intervention, crisis intervention, and psychological and academic evaluation. All services are provided to improve the educational success of all students. The school psychologist uses methods that ensure fair and non-biased evaluation. The services are provided by a New York State certified school psychologist. The services are available in all schools. If you have questions regarding an evaluation or intervention for your child, you can contact the school psychologist.