Student Support Services
The K-12 Counseling Program implemented in the Shorewood School District is intended to address the needs of the "whole child" at developmentally appropriate age levels and to build a foundation of good decision-making skills that serves the student into adulthood.
The elementary student support team is comprised of two school counselors and one school psychologist.
Julia Nash, School Counselor, Atwater Meghan Markham, School Counselor, Lake Bluff Ann Boyd, School Psychologist
When should I contact my child's school counselor?
Parents contact a school counselor to help their children with a variety of issues, such as academic achievement; new school registration, orientation and transition; special needs; student crisis situations; family transitions; and higher education issues.Student Support services provides guidance in the following areas:
- Academic Success
- Personal Safety
- Communication/Social Skills
- Character Education
Click here to view the District's Mental Health and Wellness page.
Blog - Useful Information for Parents
Please read Atwater School Counselor Julia Nash's Blog for timely, useful information!
Free & Low-Cost Health Clinics
Many clinics in Wisconsin are available for people with little or no insurance. Open the PDFs to print or view a list of clinics in alphabetical order, by clinic name. Or click on a red dot on the maps below to get clinic addresses, hours, and phone numbers. You can zoom in on the maps by double clicking near the area where you live. Or you can zoom in or out by using the plus or minus sign in the upper left corner of each map.
For more information, please contact:
*Atwater School Counselor Julia Nash at:
414-963.6962 ext. 5104 or email@example.com.
*Lake Bluff School Counselor Meghan Markham at 414-963-6972 ext. 7810 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Elementary School Psychologist Ann Boyd
414-963-6972 ext 7872 or 414-963-6962 ext 7872