EMS Guidance Department

EMS Guidance Counselors provide…

  • Developmental classroom guidance lessons focusing on:
    1. Understanding of self and others, coping strategies, peer relationships and effective social skills, communication, problem-solving, decision-making, conflict resolution and study skills, career awareness and substance abuse.
    2. Classroom management strategies.
    3. Proactive/preventive programming.
    4. Individual and small group counseling.
    5. Positive leadership, encouraging a safe, nurturing environment.
    6. Consultations with parents, staff and community agencies.

EMS Guidance Counselors will also help when…

  • Social, emotional and behavioral issues interfere with academic success.
  • Family or community crises impact students and staff.
  • Parents need information and support with the challenging job of raising children.

Students meet with their EMS counselors by…

  • Teacher or staff referral
  • Self-referral
  • Parent referral
  • Peer referral
  • Counselor initiated referral

EMS Counselors offer individual and small group experiences dealing with…

  • Social Skills
  • Study Skills
  • Self-Esteem
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Family Changes
  • Behavior Modification

All incoming 7th and 8th grade students are invited to explore “Cruise the Halls” at EMS on August 26, 2021 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm or August 27, 2021 from 10:00 am to 12:00 am.

About Our EMS Guidance Counselors

Mrs. Alane Mowbray

Mrs. Mowbray is the 8th Grade Guidance Counselor.
717-721-1468 Ext 18007

Email Mrs. Mowbray

Mr. Jay Crow

Mr. Crow is the 7th Grade Guidance Counselor.
717-721-1468 Ext 18006

Email Mr. Crow

Mrs. Katie Tihansky

Mrs. Tihansky is the EMS Guidance/Health Secretary.
717-721-1468 Ext 18008

Email Mrs. Tihansky

The building offices and District Office will be operating on a summer schedule Mondays through Thursdays until August 12.
Please call ahead to ensure the office is open.