iMiddle School Counseling
At iMiddle every student has access to a school counselor who will help with school and/or personal issues. The school counselor will help plan the student’s school program and provide guidance in the areas of academic achievement, personal/social development and career awareness and development, ensuring that today's students become the productive, well-adjusted adult citizens of tomorrow.
Students and Parents/Guardians may request appointments with the school counselor at any time. Please fill out a “Request to See Counselor” form and return to Mrs. Rozsnyoi's inbox in the Counseling Center (CC) or request an appointment via email. The forms are available in every classroom and in the Counseling
**Please note that Mrs. Rozsnyoi will be on maternity leave from November 6- Jan 31. Mrs. Gina Gardner will be the substitute counselor during that time. To reach her for questions or to schedule an appointment, call the extension below, or leave a message with Carmen or Priscilla in the main office. Gina can also be reached via email at email@example.com, as of Nov 6, 2013. **
Mrs. Kristy Rozsnyoi, 7th-8th grade School Counselor
858 278-5948 x2104
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Upcoming Events from the CC: Fall 2013
Please check the calendar on imiddle.org for a full list of schoolwide events.
Unity Day/Anti-Bullying Day on October 9th
iMiddle is "No Place For Hate". On Wed Oct 9th we will participate in a national movement to rid our schools of bullying, hate and intolerance. An inspiring speaker from the Anti-Defamation League will be with us, as well as a lively performance from the San Diego based CREW. Our ASB will lead students in a variety of activities that focus on tolerance, acceptance, peace and unity. Stayed tuned for more info and pictures!
Red Ribbon Week Oct 21-25
iMiddle will once again celebrate Red Ribbon Week, a week devoted to alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention and education. Enrique (Kiki) Camarena was a Drug Enforcement Administration Agent who was tortured and killed in Mexico in 1985. Camarena worked his way through college, served in the Marines and became a police officer. When he decided to join the US Drug Enforcement Administration, his mother tried to talk him out of it. "I'm only one person", he told her, "but I want to make a difference. The DEA sent Camarena to work undercover in Mexico, investigating a major drug cartel believed to include officers in the Mexican army, police and government. On Feb. 7, 1985, the 37-year-old Camarena left his office to meet his wife for lunch. Five men appeared at the agent's side and shoved him in a car. One month later, Camarena's body was found. He had been tortured to death. In honor of Camarena's memory and his battle against illegal drugs, friends and neighbors began to wear red badges of satin. To this day we honor the life and work of Camarena in October by wearing the red ribbons and educating young people about the dangers of drug use.
Academic Success Night: Date TBD
iMiddle will once again host an Academic Success Night to reach out to parents of students who are struggling academically in their classes and/or scored Below Basic/Far Below Basic on the 2013 Spring CSTs. This night is geared to providing tools on how to monitor student grades and assignments, tips and tricks on how to be successful in class, and understanding the impact of middle school on high school graduation requirements and beyond.
Past Events from the CC: Spring 2013
Career Day: We had such a successful Career Day this year on April 17. With 34 participants and over 25 professions being represented, thank you to all our community members and parent volunteers for helping make this day so wonderful for our students.
College Making It Happen: This year we partnered with Cal-SOAP, John Muir and CPMA to once again offer this informative college night to parents and students. If you missed out, check out the powerpoint presentation here. Extra planning booklets are available in the Counseling Center in English and Spanish for parents or students to take.