Tom Hicks

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6th Grade School Counselor: This school year is my 10th year at Webber as a School Counselor, however, I have been part of the Webber community for years.  First, in 2004 as an Intern, finishing my Master’s Degree in Education, and soon after as a parent in 2008 when my oldest daughter enrolled as a Middle School student.  My other 2 daughters soon followed their older sister into Webber and I continued my involvement as a Webber parent.   After completing my Master’s degree in Education, with an emphasis in School Counseling, I was employed at Lincoln Junior High, soon after becoming Lincoln Middle School.  I waited patiently as my daughters went through middle school keeping an eye open for a counseling position here at Webber.  After 10 years as a School Counselor at Lincoln, I was finally able to land HERE!  Proud to be a PANTHER! School Counseling is actually my second career, prior to becoming a School Counselor; I was employed with the Larimer County Department of Human Services as a Program Manager, in which I was the Executive Director of a 20 bed adolescent Residential Treatment Facility.  Overall, I have 30 plus years’ experience working with adolescents in many various settings supporting, helping encouraging them to be the best they can be.

What is your education background and experience?

Undergrad degree in Social Work from CSU

Master's of Education with School Counselor endorsement

Principal License CSU

What are your favorite hobbies or interests outside of school?

I love watching sports and live music.  I have season tickets for CSU football, and  men's basketball. AND always try to catch PANTHERS on the field and courts. I'm originally from Baltimore area and proudly wear my Raven's gear on Purple Fridays.

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