Webber Middle School Counselors support students in their academic, personal/social, and future planning needs as guided by the American School Counselor Association's (ASCA) National Model. Counselors remain with their class of students for all three years of middle school, however students are welcome to see any counselor they wish. The 8th grade counselor will loop to work with 6th grade for the next school year. Word Wall

Our Vision statement:

Webber Middle School Counseling Department strives to meet students’ emotional, academic and career development needs through collaboration with stakeholders, including staff, parents/guardians and community members, by providing them with opportunities to learn about their social world and themselves, in hopes of preparing them to succeed academically and socially in an ever changing global society.

How to see your counselor

It's really easy! Stop by the counseling office anytime during the day (passing period, lunch, before/after school), and fill out a slip at Mrs. Woodard's desk. Please be sure to tell us if it's an emergency. Your counselor will send a pass to you as soon as he/she is available to meet with you. You can also find us in the cafeteria at lunch and in the hallways during passing period. You can also email your counselor to set up an appointment.

Mrs. Woodard - Registrar 970-488-7812 awoodard@psdschools.org


Melissa Sugar-Johnson - 6th Grade Counselor msugar@psdschools.org 970-488-7814

Click here to request to see the 6th-grade Counselor

Meg Stump 7th Grade Counselor mstump@psdschools.org 970-481-7815

Click here to request to see the 7th-grade Counselor

Amanda Jackson- 8th Grade Counselor amjackson@psdschools.org  970-488-7817 

Click here to request to see the 8th-grade Counselor

What can I talk to my school counselor about?

  • Course selection and scheduling

  • Academic concerns - how to improve your grades, develop good study skills, and test taking strategies

  • Friendship problems

  • Family concerns

  • Planning for your future - high school, college, career, etc.

  • Problems with other students

  • Community resources to help with a variety of needs

PSD does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, age or disability in access or admission to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. A lack of English speaking skills will not be a barrier to admission or participation.