Scott 2 Guidance and Counseling Services are the guides that help students navigate their educational path to success. Our team of professionally trained school counselors can provide resources to help prepare students for the future.
The primary goal of the department is to:
Counselors help students by:
How does a student get to see a School Counselor?
Students will not be seen by the counselor for individual or group counseling without parent/legal caregiver consent. Consent can be given verbally or in writing. Generally, the counselor will send home a written permission slip. Permission can be withdrawn at any time by parent request. Services are available to all students.
Meet Our Counselor
When Ms. Spray was hired by SCSD2 in 2016, she brought experience as a school-based mental health therapist and as a crisis assessment therapist to her position at Lexington Elementary. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Art History and Fine Arts with a minor in Psychology from the University of Dayton and her Master’s degree in Social Work from U of L. One interesting fact about Ms. Spray is that she was a competitive figure skater growing up, having started skating at the age of four. Now, she enjoys practicing yoga and going to dance exercise classes.