Counseling Department


Mission

The Counseling Department is committed to ensuring that every student has a positive experience at Adams Middle School and that they are well-prepared to successfully meet the challenges of the future. The Adams Middle School counseling department is designed after American School Counselor Association’s National Model to best support students in the academic, socio-emotional, and career domains.

Learn More: The Role of a Middle School Counselor Kenwood Academy High School


What does a School Counselor do?

The Counseling Department invites you to join Adams Counselor Connection on Remind so you can receive relevant articles on parenting your Middle School child and reminders about upcoming school and community events. 

 

Here’s how to join:

PARENTS:

Option 1: Text @adamscouns to 81010 or
Option 2: Go to www.remind.com/join/adamscouns

STUDENTS:

Option 1: Text @amscouns to 81010 or

Option 2: Go to www.remind.com/join/amscouns

 

We hope to see you on there!

School Counselors
Available to Parents/Guardians By Appointment

Mrs. Amber Beach (Last names: A-K)  abeach@rbusd.org 

Ms. Kelly Egan (Last names: L-Z) kegan@rbusd.org         

Mrs. Ashley MacDonald (Project Alert and Second Step) amacdonald@rbusd.org

EL Advisor

Mrs. Jennell Tanaka jtanaka@rbusd.org

School Psychologist

Ms. Melissa Prince meprince@rbusd.org

COSA & Intervention Coordinator

Mrs. Gina Zbikowski
 

Crisis Line

Students: If you are in crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741-741.

If you or someone you know is in crisis, please tell an adult immediately and seek medical attention by calling 9-1-1.