Welcome to Pine-Richland Middle School's Counseling OfficeThe mission of the Pine-Richland Middle School Counseling Program is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program addressing the academic, career and personal/social growth of all students. In partnership with other educators, parents or guardians and the community, school counselors advocate maximizing student potential, academic achievement, and preparedness for success in a global society.Guidance Counselors SecretaryMrs. Jennifer Mullaugh (for students in the Class of 2026) Nora McChesneyMr. Michael Rose (for students in the Class of 2027)
This webpage outlines a myriad of mental health resources including crisis support, Student Assistance Program, grief, drug and alcohol, counseling support and school-based mental health, eating disorders, bullying, sexual assault, suicide prevention, domestic violence, and internet safety.
The PRHS National Honor Society will be holding an after-school Peer Tutoring program beginning on Wednesday, September 29. This opportunity is available to all middle school students who need assistance with completing homework, studying for tests, and developing other student success skills. The cost of the program is free.
Middle school tutoring will occur every Wednesday in the Middle School Library between 2:45-3:30. Interested students should fill out this Google Form Link to request a tutor. Please fill out a new form prior to the Wednesday that you are planning to attend so that the NHS members know how many students to expect each week. You must do this every week that you are planning to attend. Please contact the NHS Peer Tutoring coordinator (email@example.com) if you have any questions.