• Noblesville West Middle School

    School Counseling Department

    2019-2020 school year





    Jessica Clark, 8th grade counselor: jessica_clark@nobl.k12.in.us, 776-7792 ext. 18128

    John Moorehead, 7th grade counselor and Guidance Director: john_moorehead@nobl.k12.in.us, 776-7792 ext. 18126

    Caroline Reis, 6th grade counselor:  caroline_reis@nobl.k12.in.us, 776-7792 ext 18125



    Gena Vogelgesang, guidance office secretary/registrar: gena_vogelgesang@nobl.k12.in.us, 776-7792 ext. 18121 



  • Speak Up App


    Noblesville Schools is dedicated to creating a safe environment for all students and staff. To support this effort, we have had a reporting email in place for many years where students could confidentially report concerns to school leadership. New last year we introduced an app reporting tool SpeakUp on high school and middle school student iPads. This app replaced the old email address and allows students to confidentially report any concerning behavior to their administrators and counselors. This tool empowers students to be proactive at the first sign of any concerning behavior so that it can be appropriately addressed in a timely fashion, with a focus on providing assistance and support to students in need. Examples of issues that might be raised through the app could include bullying, harassment, depression, drugs, violence, inappropriate relationships, etc. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Director of Student Services Laura Denis at (317) 773-3171.


    Speak Up App  



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  • VIA Strengths Inventory


    Educational research shows that students who have positive relationships with their teachers develop a better sense of value and connection to their school, as well as being motivated to increase academic performance. Creating positive relationships is something we've always believed in at West. This year we are making a concentrated effort to focus on your child's unique strengths. A key component will be to view students from a strengths-based model. The first step begins with the VIA strengths inventory that highlights the individual "Signature Strengths" for our staff & students. Strengths will be a common thread seen in our discussions, interactions and academics this year; staff will have opportunities to meet and plan toward this goal. We encourage you to ask your students about their signature strengths. To learn more about the assessment and/or to take the (free) adult version, please visit the viacharacter.org website. Additionally, questions can be directed to Lauri Waldner, Guidance Director.


    Via Strengths




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