School Counselors
Welcome to Mrs. Fowler's Page!

Welcome to a new school year! Your child(ren) may be experiencing a variety of emotions such as feelings of being overwhelmed, anxiety, anger and/or confusion. I am here to soothe any transitional fears that your child(ren) may be experiencing so that he/she can experience a productive school year. Please don’t hesitate to contact me regarding any questions and/or concerns that you or your child(ren) may have throughout the year at 732.758.1500 ext. 1527 or fowlerd@rbb.k12.nj.us.

 

Belief Statement

I believe that every student: 
  • is capable of learning and experiencing success at his/her ability level.
  • is valuable and treated with dignity and respect.
  • has access to a high quality comprehensive school counseling program.
  • is entitled to a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment that takes into account RBPS's diverse population in the design and delivery of school counseling services.

Rita Pierson, a teacher for 40 years, inspires a rousing call for students to believe in themselves just as I do for the students of Red Bank Primary School.

 
  
 
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News & Notes

Lunch Bunch groups are small groups of children (typically 4-5) from the same grade level.  These children are chosen to be part of a group depending on the topic. Parents and teachers may sign students up for a specific group. Typically, groups meet over the lunch/recess hour, once a week, for a period of 8-10 weeks.  Students will not miss any instructional time during our meetings. Parents will be informed when their child is being asked to participate in a group via a parent permission letter and/or a phone call from the counselor. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
* Changing families
* Study skills
* New students
Social skills
* Anger management

Classroom guidance is an integral part of the Counseling program at Red Bank Primary School.  Classroom visits focus on the American School Counselor Association's standards (personal/social, career, and academic matters) and the building-wide character education program (
Character Counts). All lessons encourage positive core values and  traits including, but not limited to, fairness, responsibility, citizenship, trustworthiness, caring, and respectfulness. 
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