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Eagle Hill Middle School
4645 Enders Road
Manlius, NY 13104
Daily Schedule 8:00 a.m. - 2:40 p.m.
Principal: Principal, Ms. Maureen McCrystal
(315) 692-1400
fax Main Office (315) 692-1046
Fax: Nurse's Office (315) 663-3045
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Eagle Hill Counseling Center

 

4645 Enders Road

Manlius, New York  13104

Phone: (315) 692-1401

Fax: (315) 692-1046

 

Counselors:

  Nancy Alderman - nalderman@fmschools.org

  Aeri Chapman - achapman@fmschools.org  

 

School Psychologist:

  Beth DeWolf - bdewolf@fmschools.org

 

Counseling Secretary:

  Deb Kuntz - dkuntz@fmschools.org

 

 

In order for students to learn effectively, they must feel comfortable and happy in their school environment.  To help accomplish this goal, school counselors provide individual and group counseling programs.

 

Parents are encouraged to contact counselors if they have concerns about their children’s progress or well being.  By working closely together, parents, counselors, and teachers can help each student reach their highest possible level of accomplishment.

A student may see a counselor about:

  • School Concerns:  classroom related problems; academic placement; achievement; scheduling
  • Personal Issues:  peer pressure; self-esteem; relationships; loss and separation; transitions

Parent Conferences

Administrators, counselors, and teachers welcome the opportunity to confer with parents.

Conferences may be initiated by parents at any time they have a concern at any level.  This is done by contacting the child’s teacher, counselor, or principal. Requests for meetings should be made at least a few days in advance.  Plan to attend these meetings without your younger children, as their presence may limit the conversation and can be distracting.  Please contact the Counseling Office at 692-1401 with any questions.

 

Report Cards

The staff attempts to provide parents with a clear understanding of the student’s academic and personal development during the course of the school year.

Grades 5-8: One regular progress report every 10 weeks (quarterly).

 

When Questions Arise

Often parents are uncertain about whom to contact in order to answer a question or pursue a concern.  The following guidelines are designed to provide clarification:

· Contact the teacher for a question regarding a child’s classroom progress.

· Contact the counselor for a question regarding a child’s personal adjustment, future plans, schedule, etc.  The counselor is the key communication link between the home and the school.

 

 

Dignity for All Students Act (DASA)

 

Information about the state's Dignity for All Students Act, also called DASA or the Dignity Act, is available here.

 

Video presentation:

 

Grade 5th and 6th Presentation:

 

 Grade 7th and 8th Presentation:






Eagle Hill Counseling Center
Eagle Hill Middle School
4645 Enders Road
Manlius NY 13104