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School Counseling

Providing educational, social/emotional, and career support to students 

School counselors support student learning through three areas of development: educational, social/emotional, and career.

  • Educational development focuses on study skills, using resources, academic strengths, and future educational planning.
  • Social/emotional development focuses on socialization, self-esteem, relationships, chemical health and citizenship.
  • Career development focuses on career awareness, interests and skills, using resources, and connecting academic classes with future career decisions.

Services are provided through classroom lessons, individual and group counseling, and other methods. Parents are encouraged to contact their child's school counselor with any questions or concerns.

Calming Strategies & Calming Room

A celebratory banner that reads My School is a 2021 RAMP School

In 2021, North View earned the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) designation from the American School Counselor Association.

North View Middle School

Contacts

Grade 6

Shanna Schroeder
North View Middle Counselor
SchroederS@district279.org
763-585-7214

Grade 7

Kaylee Herlofsky
North View Middle Counselor
HerlofskyK@district279.org
763-585-7217

In the office Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

Grade 8

Lara Haik
North View Middle Counselor
HaikL@district279.org
763-585-7213

Support Staff

Monica Petersen
North View Counseling Secretary
PetersenMonica@district279.org
​​​​​​​763-585-7215

Social Work Staff

Drew Hamilton
North View Middle Social Worker
HamiltonA@district279.org

Social Work Staff

Kiley Richels
North View Middle Social Worker
RichelsK@district279.org
763-585-7249