SCSD School Counselors

Biographical Information
Counselor Roles
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Bridget O'Neill, M.S.High School Counselor
Miss O'Neill attended Marywood University where she received her undergradate and graduate degree in Secondary & Elementary School Counseling.

Individual Counseling, Career Counseling, Academic Counseling, Small Group Counseling, Behavior Plans, Observations, Scheduling, Grading - Report Cards, Summer School, Waterfront, College Applications, Scholarships, Financial Aid, Dual Enrollment, National Honor Society, SAP, RtII, Class Night/Graduation, Parent Consultation, Teacher Consultation, CYS Contact
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Tammy Stone, M.S.K-12 School Counselor
Mrs. Stone attended Bloomsburg University and received her undergraduate degree in Secondary Education. She then went on to attend the University of Scranton and received her Master's Degree in Elementary and Secondary School Counseling.

Individual Counseling, Crisis Counseling, Academic Counseling, Small Group Counseling, Emotional Support Counseling, Life Skills Counseling, Behavior Plans, Observations, IQ Screening, Conners' Scales, Parent Consultation, Teacher Consultation, Agency Liasion, High School SAP Coordinator, High School Child Study, High/Elementary School RtII, CYS Contact
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Beth Davis, M.S.
Elementary School Counselor


Mrs. Davis attended Eastern Mennonite University and received her undergraduate degree in Psychology. She then attended the University of Scranton and received her Master's Degree in Elementary School Counseling. She also holds a Certificate in Advanced Graduate Studies from the University of Scranton.

Individual Counseling, Small Group Counseling, Crisis Counseling, Academic Counseling, Behavior Plans, Parent Consultation, Teacher Consultation, Classroom Guidance (K-6), Permanent Records

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High School Fax:
570-853-3918


Counseling Resources:






CRISIS #
Scranton Counseling Center
570-278-6822
570-348-6100

NEPA Health Center
570-853-3577

FRIENDSHIP HOUSE
570-342-8305

Youth Advocate Program
570-465-2171
888-514-1944

Children's Service Center
570-836-2722

UHS (Binghamton General Hospital)
570-876-5655
24 Hour Crisis Center
607-762-2302

Family Enrichment Center
607-723-8313
570-342-4665

CHILDLINE: 800-932-0313



Student Assistance Program (SAP)
This program is available to offer supportive services to students experiencing academic, behavioral, and/or emotional difficulties that may pose barriers to school success.

Students can be referred to the SAP by parents/guardians, school personnel, peers or self-referrals. The SAP team is comprised of specially trained teachers, administrators, school counselors and a mental health and/or drug & alcohol consultant(s). Our goal is to work with you and to offer support and recommendations for your son/daughter. Where barriers are beyond the scope of the school, the team can provide information so families may access community resources.


Response to Instruction & Intervention (RTII)
Your child’s success is important to us. Our goal is to ensure effective learning so that your child will have a positive learning experience. RTII (Response to Instruction and Intervention) is a process of doing just that. The High School RTII Team is comprised of a variety of professionals such as administration, school counselors, teachers, school psychologists, and directors of special education. The team meets once a week and will discuss any student who appears to be struggling academically.

Every child learns differently. Different children need various academic and behavioral strategies and interventions for success. In order to meet the needs of all students, we have implemented three tiers of support. In the first tier, classroom teachers use strategies and materials for students who may need a little extra help. In the second tier, we create an individual support plan with additional interventions to help students in any specific weaker learning or behavioral areas. In each tier, the student is monitored closely to ensure that the research-based interventions are successful.

For students who still experience difficulty, there is a third tier that provides even more intensive academic and/or behavioral support. We may alter the schedules of students to ensure that they have this help. The total goal is a successful school experience.