School Counseling Department

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School Counseling Department


“We are no longer "Guidance Counselors” who are only focused on graduation and course selection for students. We are professional school counselors who focus on the academic success, college and career readiness, and social-emotional development of ALL students.” -Adapted quote from Mindy Willard


 School Counseling Department Staff

Bonnie Gingrich, School Counselor
Junior High Counselor - Grades 7-8
Jennifer Johnson, School Counselor
High School, Last Names- A-MA 
Brock Treesh, School Counselor
High School, Last Names-MC-Z
Nancy Haines, College & Career Pathways Advisor
Nancy earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Purdue University.  She was active in several philanthropic groups while on campus. After graduation, Nancy pursued a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.  In the workforce, Nancy has had a variety of exciting positions ranging from Mental Health Clinician, Adjunct College Professor, Founder and Board member of a Non-Profit Organization and School Librarian.  Nancy is married to Tim and they have 3 children. As a family, they enjoy traveling, sports, camping, hiking, and church activities.  
Dawn Ernsberger, School Social Worker
(At FJSHS, Mondays and Fridays)
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