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CCMS Counseling

Department Receives National
Recognition

January 16, 2015

The school counseling department at Campbell County Middle 
School has received national recognition in being named a
Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP).

The RAMP designation, awarded to schools that align with the
criteria set in the American School Counseling Association
(ASCA) National Model, recognizes schools that are committed
to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling
program and an exemplary educational environment.

Only 550 schools across the United States have been
designated as RAMP since the program’s inception. RAMP
applications are reviewed once a year by a panel of school
counseling professionals, who assess a school counseling
program in 12 different areas of program expertise. Campbell
County Middle School’s counseling program applied and was
named an ASCA Model Program. This is a very prestigious
honor.

Congratulations to Campbell County Middle School and the
Campbell County Middle School Counselors, including Erica
Thomas, Kelly Crowley, Britane Swank, Staci Kolkmeier and
Elizabeth Farris. They have demonstrated their commitment
to students and to the school counseling profession.

                                          

 

Campbell County Middle School Counseling Program Mission Statement

The mission of the Campbell County Middle School Counseling 
Program is to provide equal access for all students to a 
data-driven comprehensive school counseling program delivered
by certified professional school counselors that meets the
needs of every student. The comprehensive school counseling
program collaborates with stakeholders to meet students’
developmental needs as identified through needs assessments,
to deliver interventions using evidence-based programs, and
evolves through data analysis of outcomes. As a result, all
students will be able to identify personal strengths that can
be applied to achieve their academic, career, and
personal/social goals. 


CCMS Counseling Staff

Clarissa Desmond - Counselor

Student Last Name A - C
859-635-6077 ext.337
clarissa.desmond@campbell.kyschools.us

 

Marcia Berry -Counselor

Student Last Name D - G
859-635-6077 ext. 154
marcia.berry@campbell.kyschools.us

 

Maggie Oschner - Counselor

Student Last Name H-L
859-635-6077 ext. 242
kristen.miller@campbell.kyschools.us


 

Emily Park - Counselor

Student Last Name M-R
859-635-6077 ext. 258
emily.park@campbell.kyschools.us

 

Kelly Crowley - Counselor

Student Last Name S-Z
859-635-6077 ext. 241
kelly.crowley@campbell.kyschools.us

Amy Canup - Counseling Department Secretary
Records and Enrollment

859-635-6077, ext. 263
amy.canup@campbell.kyschools.us
8000 E.Alexandria Pike
Alexandria, KY 41001
Fax: 859-448-4863
 

 


Camel Learning Community 
(CLC) Curriculum Website

Our Camel Learning Communities will function as an
advisee/advisor time where a group of 15-20 students
within the same grade meet with an assigned staff member. 
Our school counselors have designed a program utilizing
the Student Success Skills and Second Step programs. 

 

CLC Curriculum Website

 


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North Key 24 Hour Hotline/Crisis Response 
Team  (859) 331-3292

National Suicide Hotline (800) 273-8255


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