School counselors do more than advise students

With National School Counseling Week being celebrated around the country, a Sturgeon Bay guidance counselor is sharing the importance of the position beyond just her duties.  Morgan Kiedrowski works with sixth grade through ninth-grade students at TJ Walker Middle School and Sturgeon Bay High School. She says she enjoys spending one-on-one time with students inside and outside of her office and the classroom.  Starting in sixth grade is not too early to think about what you want to pursue for a career down the road.



Kiedrowski adds that discussing potential careers with students is her most enjoyable part of the job because the choices are endless.  National School Counseling Week is celebrated annually the first week in February every year.  


(photo courtesy of Sturgeon Bay schools)

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