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Counselor's Corner

Counseling Mission & Vision Statement

The mission of Clark Middle School Counseling and Guidance Department is to provide all students with the opportunity for comprehensive counseling and guidance that promotes academic development, professional aspirations, and personal growth, instilling in each student a passion for learning and confidence for high achievement.

Counseling Program Goals

  • Provide a safe, positive, and friendly climate which acknowledges and respects diversity
  • Advocate for programs that ensure equity and excellence for all learners
  • Promote learners' knowledge, skills, motivation, and personal growth
  • Empower students to make healthy choices
  • Provide opportunities for stakeholder involvement

Counseling services

Request to see a counselor

Counselor request form

This is a voluntary request to speak with a school counselor. Please fill out the counselor request form to give us some basic information about the reason for our meeting.

***Please remember these visits remain confidential unless there is an issue of safety/harm to you or others.

Comprehensive School Counseling Program

School Counseling Program

A comprehensive school counseling program supports academic, social-emotional, personal, and career development, ensuring today's students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow.

School Counselor's Role

School counselors spend the majority of time working directly with students, teachers, parents, and the community in responsive services, individual student planning, as well as providing social and emotional curriculum to support the challenges students face in schools today.

Full Comprehensive School Counseling Plan

Please note that emails sent during the day may not be immediately checked. If an immediate response is needed, please contact the front office at 469-952-5404

For support during AFTER HOURS and WEEKENDS, you can:
  1. Call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1 (800) 273-8255
  2. Chat with a trained professional at Suicide Prevention Lifeline
  3. Call the LifePath 24/7 hotline at 1-877-422-5939
  4. Access more support from LifePath Systems
  5. In the event of an emergency, call 911

Contact Us

Rebecca Duncan
469-952-5404 ext 3107
Last names beginning with A-L

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Education from SOSU, Master of Education in School Counseling (K-12) from Lamar University, Gifted and Talented Certification, English as a Second Language Certification

Hello!  My name is Rebecca Duncan and I am so blessed to be one of the counselors at Clark Middle School this year.  This is my 23rd year in education and I absolutely love this profession.  I taught for fourteen years as a 5th grade reading teacher, four years as an 8th grade US History teacher, and this will be my 5th year as a middle school counselor.  I am looking forward to an incredible year at CMS!


Jamie Wells

469-952-5404 ext 3105
Last names beginning with M-Z

Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. Education, Centenary College of Louisiana

M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling & LPC, Louisiana Tech University


Hello Clark Middle School!  I am so excited to be serving as one of your school counselors this year. I'm in my 12th year in the education and counseling worlds and I absolutely love it. I'm thrilled to be getting back to middle school, where I began my career teaching 6th and 7th grade math! This makes my 7th year as a school counselor and I have no doubt it will be the best year yet! 

Proud to be a Panther!


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What Middle School Counselors Do...

Listed below are some of the ways that we implement our counseling program (not an all-inclusive list):

Classroom Guidance

  • Academic skills support

  • Organizational, study, and test-taking skills

  • Post-secondary planning and application process

  • Career exploration

  • Education in understanding self and others
  • Coping strategies
  • Peer relationships and effective social skills
  • Communication, problem-solving, decision-making, conflict resolution
  • Substance abuse education
  • Diversity Awareness

Individual Student Planning

  • Goal setting

  • Academic/Graduation plans

  • Problem-solving

  • Transition plans

  • Education in understanding self, including strengths and weaknesses

Responsive Services

  • Individual and small-group counseling

  • Individual/family/school crisis intervention

  • Peer facilitation

  • Consultation/collaboration

  • Referrals

Please note that as school counselors it is not appropriate for us to provide ongoing therapy or long-term counseling to address psychological disorder.

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