Contact Your School Counselor:

We are excited to announce that we have 3 Fulltime School Counselors at OEMS for the first time for the 2022- 2023 School Year!  According to ASCA (American School Counselor Association), there should be 1 School Counselor per 250 Students (K - 12)

Ashley Kedrowski --  School Counselor - 6th  Grade 

ashley.kedrowski@isd709.org

(218) 336-8940 x- 2222

Sarah Seglem --  School Counselor - 7th Grade

sarah.seglem@isd709.org

(218) 336-8940 x- 3327

Morgan Costley --  School Counselor- 8th Grade

morgan.costley@isd709.org

(218) 336- 8845 x- 1262

Mental Health Needs:

  • School Counselors are trained to support the mental health needs of students and are required to hold a Masters Level Degree in Counseling.  They can address student needs at school as well as connect families to local services, as needed.  School Counselors are here to support students socially, emotionally, and academically.  

  • Students on an IEP may also receive services from our School Social Worker

  • Co-located mental health therapy is available through Arrowhead Psychological Clinic.  Contact a school counselor or administrator for a referral.
  • List of outside agencies. (Please let us know if you know one we should add)
  • ISD 709 Mental Health Resources and Information
  • Crisis Text Line

Helpful Resources:

 

SEL (Social Emotional Learning)