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Counseling

Student Support Request Form 

Welcome to the STEM Launch Counseling Department 

Counseling supports the development of the whole child by advocating for academic, social/emotional, career and postsecondary needs and strives to develop life-long learners and productive citizens.
The counseling program in Adams 12 Five Star Schools works collaboratively with parents, community members and educators to empower every child, regardless of individual differences or obstacles, to ensure all students are prepared for meaningful, productive learning through a data-driven comprehensive K-12 school counseling program.

Please feel free to contact your student's counselor or psychologist at any time. 

K-5, 7th Grade Counselor:
Mrs. Carla Paul-Divine 

carla.c.pauldivine@adams12.org
720-972-5144 (Work Number)

K-5, 8th Grade Counselor: 
Mrs. Jennifer Quintana 
qui020450@adams12.org
720-972-5136 (Work Number)

 

K-5, 6th Grade Counselor: 
Ms. Amy Bills
bil008077@adams12.org
720-972-5135 (Work Number)


 

     
K-5th Gr. School Psychologist:
Mrs. Silvia Soderberg

silvia.g.soderberg@adams12.org 
720-472-2564 (call or text) 
6th-8th Gr. School Psychologist:
Mrs. Abigail Donate

don022953@adams12.org
970-680-3734 (call or text)
 
     

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Specialist:
Alissa Nunez
wel026275@adams12.org
 

School-Based Therapist:
Community Reach Center

communityreachcenter.org
 
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