The mission of the Stowe High School Counseling Program is to provide comprehensive school counseling in grades 9-12. The program is centered around an engaging curriculum that encourages the highest level of student achievement through their growth in academic, career and personal/social domains. In partnership with teachers, administrators, parents and a caring community, the school counselors will help all students to be successful lifelong learners and problem solvers. (Adapted from ASCS RAMP book p.24)
The Stowe High School counseling team is dedicated to enhancing student success by providing social, emotional, academic and future planning support for all students.
Stowe High School counselors hold at least a Master’s Degree in Counseling and are licensed by the State of Vermont as professional school counselors. They are professional educators with a mental health perspective who understand and respond to the challenges of a diverse student population. School counselors deliver the comprehensive school counseling program through:
- individual counseling
- small group counseling
- academic advising
- future planning
The American School Counselor Association National Standards in the areas of academic, career and personal/social domains are the foundation for this work. School counselors provide this range of services throughout the school year based on the needs of each individual student.
Class of 2021:
Last name A–Land will see Abbey Allen
Last name Lang–Z will see Patti Tomashot
Class of 2022:
Last name A–Leh will see Abbey Allen
Last name Lev–Z will see Patti Tomashot
Class of 2023:
Last name A–Mc will see Abbey Allen
Last name Mo–Z will see Patti Tomashot
211 – provides support for housing, utilities, physical or mental health services, assistance finding and obtaining employment and services to address and prevent homelessness
The Dougy Center – provides support for families and students grieving a death
National Child Traumatic Stress Network – provides support to help children grieving a death
Lamoille Community Food Share – nonprofit group of volunteers dedicated to providing food security for our friends and neighbors in and around Lamoille County, Vermont. We have a pantry located at 197 Harrel Street in Morrisville, next door to the Community College of Vermont. Here families can come and receive basic food and other grocery items to help stretch their food dollar.
Lamoille Interagency Network for Kids – The Lamoille Interagency Network for Kids (LINK) program, a member of the Vermont Coalition for Runaway and Homeless Youth Programs (VCRHYP), provides strength-based services for youth who are at risk of running away and youth and young adults facing homelessness. The LINK program offers crisis intervention, family conflict resolution, case management and temporary shelter for youth and young adults up to age 22. They also offer a summer program for Lamoille Valley youth age 12 and older.
- Vermont Suicide Prevention Center
- Resources to Support Mental Health and Coping with COVID-19
- American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
- Lamoille County Mental Health Services
- Lamoille Emergency Care Services
- Vermont Center for Children, Youth and Families
Hope – provides outreach, counseling and advocacy for those affected by sexual violence
SAMHSA – provides free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders
Parent Up – resource for Vermont families regarding substance abuse
Healthy Lamoille Valley – is a coalition of community organizations and individuals working collaboratively to make healthy choices for residents of Lamoille Valley. Their informative website has information on healthy choices, treatment and recovery, alcohol, prescription drugs, smoking and suicide for parents, caregivers, adults, teens and youth.
Lamoille Family Center – provides articles, videos, and groups/classes parenting