If you would like to have a private conversation with a School Counselor or School Social Worker, please call or email us directly using the contact information at the bottom of this page.
Welcome to Burke Counseling and Burke Social Worker Page
The role of the Burke School Counselor is to help students develop their Personal Learning Plan, using Academic Planner in Infinite campus; this enables students to plan their coursework for four years. Counselors also help all students develop academic achievement strategies, interpersonal skills, manage their emotions, explore career options and plan for postsecondary options (higher education, military, work force). We do this by providing one-on-one supports and by providing lessons through Naviance and in the classroom.
Our main areas of focus are academics, college, career, social/ emotional learning. We also help break down barriers to a student’s academic, college/career and social/emotional success. Counselors provide a weekly Counseling Newsletter called “Counseling Corner”.
Click HERE to see our Counseling Corner!
Contact your Counselor! Find the letters of your last name below and email your counselor for further questions!
Ms. Anne Beacom email@example.com Social Worker 531-299-3925
Mr. Don Ferree firstname.lastname@example.org N, T, U, V, W 531-299-9665
Mrs. Lalia Hart email@example.com B, P 531-299-3914
Ms. Madelene McCracken firstname.lastname@example.org E, H, L, Y 531-299-3791
Ms. Josie McDonnell email@example.com D, I, S, Z 531-299-8992
Ms. Micaela Moriarty firstname.lastname@example.org J, K, R 531-299-3910
Mrs. Nadine Reyes email@example.com C, G, O 531-299-3912
Mrs. Kim Schumacher firstname.lastname@example.org M, Q 531-299-3916
Mrs. Hope Smejkal (Director) email@example.com A, F, X 531-299-3917
The role of the Burke Social Worker is to provide services to students and families to assist with academic, social/emotional and behavioral development. I work closely with school counselors to support students and families with issues that extend beyond the school doors. Such issues may include referrals and support for food, housing, and other resources to support basic needs.
For frequently asked questions, click HERE