Academic & Mental Health School Counseling Services

The Wyalusing Area School counseling offices recognize that in the last week much has changed and will continue to change for a while. However, we want to make you all aware that we are still here to answer questions and provide support.

Mrs. Kelly of the Elementary school, Mr. Edwards with students L-Z and Ms. Kirkpatick with students A-K of the high school, will have virtual office hours and be available to be contacted.  When contacting during office hours please use the information below. However, please feel free to contact us anytime through email; separate virtual appointments can also be set up.

Moving forward, we know that there will be questions with classes, activities, college applications and scholarships, career searches and plans for next year. Your school counselors are here for you and available to help.


Ms. Kirkpatrick, HS Guidance Counselor

Ms. Kirkpatrick email

Virtual Office Hours

Click below during the listed Virtual Office Hour times to connect with Ms. Kirkpatrick via Google Hangouts Meet Video Chat.

 

 


Mr. Edwards, HS Guidance Counselor

Mr. Edwards email

Virtual Office Hours

Click below during the listed Virtual Office Hour times to connect with Mr. Edwards via Google Hangouts Meet Video Chat.

 

 


Mrs. Kelly, Elementary Guidance Counselor

Mrs. Kelly's email

Virtual Office Hours

Click below during the listed Virtual Office Hour times to connect with Mrs. Kelly via Google Hangouts Meet Video Chat.


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We are fully operational during the COVID-19 Crisis.   We are able to provide all services via office sessions, phone and telehealth means.   Please call 1-888-322-1682 to connect with either Jess Palmieri, LSW or Krystal Williams, MSW. 

Monday:  8am-5pm

Tuesday: 8am-5pm

Wednesday: 8am-6pm

Thursday: 8am-5pm

Friday: 8:am-4pm

Ms. Jessica Palmeri, School Social Worker

Monday, Wed., and Friday 8-4


Krystal Williams, School Social Worker

Tuesday 12-5

Wednesday 9-5 

Thursday 9-12

Extra Resources for Staff, Students, and Community

WASD Employee Assistance Program

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

 

Self Care Tips

 


Mental Health Crisis Line Available During Coronavirus Emergency

The public health emergency prompted by the COVID-19 coronavirus has created a great deal of uncertainty and anxiety throughout the state and the nation. The Department of Health encourages state residents to practice self-care, read only news from reliable sources, take breaks from the news, and focus on things you can control, like having good hygiene.

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, contact the state’s crisis hotline by texting PA to 741-741.


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The Abuse and Rape Crisis Center (ARCC) exists to end interpersonal violence. Their vision is to ensure safe, healthy, and productive lives to our residents of Bradford County.  Info at: www.arccbc.org or by calling 570-265-5333.