Counseling Services

Letter from our school counselor

Hello Renaissance Academy students & parents! I’m Mrs. Naumann, the school counselor. Professional school counselors are uniquely trained leaders who promote success for all students.  

I perform the following roles in order to promote positive development in academic, career, and personal/social domains:

  • Individual school counseling
  • Small group counseling
  • Attend & participate in academic intervention meetings
  • Consult & collaborate with parents, teachers, administrators and students
  • Respond to school crisis or emergency situations
  • Provide information & resources to parents on a variety of issues
  • 504 Coordinator
  • HOPE Squad Advisor
  • National Junior Honor Society Advisor

What is a school counselor? I am a certified, trained, and caring professional who works with all students, parents, teachers, staff and the community in order for every student to achieve academic and social success. School counseling services are delivered in four specific ways:

  • Classroom Counseling Curriculum: designing, structuring, and developing classroom lessons so that students develop specific outcome-driven competencies in grades K-5 (personal/social, academic, career) and driven by the needs of the school population.Individual 
  • Student Planning: assisting students with goal formation/planning (behavioral, academic, etc.)/and college and career readiness.
  • Responsive Services: meeting immediate student needs (counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, referral, peer mediation, information providing).
  • System Support: school wide program planning and implementation, consulting with other professional, coordination of various supports for students and families.

How does your child experience school counseling services?

  • Individual Counseling-I may work with your student in a safe, positive and confidential setting to address issues that hinder school achievement. Topics are based on the needs of the student and may include: understanding feelings, changing families/divorce, grief, stress, social skills, academics, bullying, problem solving and decision making. Parent permission form needed.
  • Small Group Counseling-A process where students sharing similar issues or concerns work together in a small group environment consisting of 6-10 peers. The group sessions last about 30 minutes and are held for approximately 6-8 weeks. Topics are based on the needs of the students that may include divorce or changing families, grief and loss, friendship and social skills, study skills, conflict resolution, anger management, self-esteem, and stress management.  Parent permission form needed.
  • Classroom Counseling Lessons-I develop and implement K-5 classroom lessons. Classroom lessons last about 30 minutes and are held for approximately 6-8 weeks. These lessons address personal, social, academic, and career related needs at the child’s developmental level. Topics may include; self –esteem, conflict resolution, study skills, anger management, career awareness, tattling/reporting,, friendship/social skills, responsibility, respect teasing/bullying, feelings, cooperation, goal setting/decision making, and peer pressure.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns by email at nnaumann@renacademy.org or by phone at 801.768.4202 ext. 5124. I look forward to working with your student.

Counseling Referral Process

To refer a student for short-term counseling for issues impacting school success, please submit a completed Counseling Referral Form.

Counseling Referral Form » (PDF)
Counseling Referral Form » (Online)

If you are a parent or guardian making the referral, be sure to sign and submit a Parent Consent Form.

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Counseling Services

Letter from our school counselor

Hello Renaissance Academy students & parents! I’m Mrs. Naumann, the school counselor. Professional school counselors are uniquely trained leaders who promote success for all students.  

I perform the following roles in order to promote positive development in academic, career, and personal/social domains:

  • Individual school counseling
  • Small group counseling
  • Attend & participate in academic intervention meetings
  • Consult & collaborate with parents, teachers, administrators and students
  • Respond to school crisis or emergency situations
  • Provide information & resources to parents on a variety of issues
  • 504 Coordinator
  • HOPE Squad Advisor
  • National Junior Honor Society Advisor

What is a school counselor? I am a certified, trained, and caring professional who works with all students, parents, teachers, staff and the community in order for every student to achieve academic and social success. School counseling services are delivered in four specific ways:

  • Classroom Counseling Curriculum: designing, structuring, and developing classroom lessons so that students develop specific outcome-driven competencies in grades K-5 (personal/social, academic, career) and driven by the needs of the school population.Individual 
  • Student Planning: assisting students with goal formation/planning (behavioral, academic, etc.)/and college and career readiness.
  • Responsive Services: meeting immediate student needs (counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, referral, peer mediation, information providing).
  • System Support: school wide program planning and implementation, consulting with other professional, coordination of various supports for students and families.

How does your child experience school counseling services?

  • Individual Counseling-I may work with your student in a safe, positive and confidential setting to address issues that hinder school achievement. Topics are based on the needs of the student and may include: understanding feelings, changing families/divorce, grief, stress, social skills, academics, bullying, problem solving and decision making. Parent permission form needed.
  • Small Group Counseling-A process where students sharing similar issues or concerns work together in a small group environment consisting of 6-10 peers. The group sessions last about 30 minutes and are held for approximately 6-8 weeks. Topics are based on the needs of the students that may include divorce or changing families, grief and loss, friendship and social skills, study skills, conflict resolution, anger management, self-esteem, and stress management.  Parent permission form needed.
  • Classroom Counseling Lessons-I develop and implement K-5 classroom lessons. Classroom lessons last about 30 minutes and are held for approximately 6-8 weeks. These lessons address personal, social, academic, and career related needs at the child’s developmental level. Topics may include; self –esteem, conflict resolution, study skills, anger management, career awareness, tattling/reporting,, friendship/social skills, responsibility, respect teasing/bullying, feelings, cooperation, goal setting/decision making, and peer pressure.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns by email at nnaumann@renacademy.org or by phone at 801.768.4202 ext. 5124. I look forward to working with your student.

Counseling Referral Process

To refer a student for short-term counseling for issues impacting school success, please submit a completed Counseling Referral Form.

Counseling Referral Form » (PDF)
Counseling Referral Form » (Online)

If you are a parent or guardian making the referral, be sure to sign and submit a Parent Consent Form.

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ENROLL NOW