Elementary Counseling

00 Elem Couns girlsThe Elementary Counseling Offices at Fink, Kunkel and Reid offer services related to career awareness, personal/social skills and academic development. During the early years of a child’s life it is crucial to build the skills to become life-long learners and critical thinkers. Counseling services are available to help children establish a strong foundation of these life skills so they are equipped to confidently build their futures.

Middletown Area School Distrist Counselors have completed mandated reporter training for Dauphin County Children and Youth Services. They are also Case Managers for 504/Chapter 15 plans. Your building’s Counselor is available to coordinate outside services based on your child’s individual needs.

Services Offered

  • Classroom Lessons: goal setting, work habits, career awareness, friendship and decision making
  • Group Counseling: anger management, grief/loss, divorce and friendship
  • Consultations: between parents, teachers, principal, students and support agencies
  • Career Day
  • Kids on the Block, Dauphin ARC
  • Money Sense, Metro Bank
  • Junior Achievement
  • Body Rights Program, YWCA
  • Career Awareness Programs, Dauphin County Technical Services

Parent Resources

Pressley Ridge
The Caring Place

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Elementary Guidance Staff

Kim Guyer School Counselor Lyall J. Fink Elementary School
Work Phone: 717-948-3370 ext. 4108
Andrew Sneeringer School Counselor John C. Kunkel Elementary School
Work Phone: 717-939-6862, ext. 2004
Anna Smith School Counselor Robert G. Reid Elementary School
Work Phone: 717-948-3360, ext. 7223
Amy McPhilemy Social Worker District-wide
Work Phone: 717-948-3370 ext. 4204

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