Guidance and Counseling Department
Counseling is available for all students in the areas of personal problems, academic achievement, course selection and scheduling, testing, and career education. The counselors are available to see all students.
Students can arrange appointments with a counselor by signing up for a time in the office.
The counselors are also available to speak or meet with parents throughout the school year. Contact information for the counselors are:
Tara Chambers, Saline Middle School Counselor, 734-401-4626 Ms. Chambers will work with all 8th grade students as well as the following 6th grade classes: Schwartzenberger, Foster, Erby, Williams, Streiter and Cronin
Matt Stimac, Saline Middle School Counselor, 734-401-4627. Mr. Stimac will work with all 7th grade students as well as the following 6th grade classes: D'Andrea, Mierkowicz, Peet, Collins Palka, Walsh and Brunty
The MS counseling program will maximize development of students in the following areas:
- Group guidance within the classroom
- Individual and group counseling
- Academic scheduling and orientation
- Academic guidance
- Peer mediation and conflict management
- Parental concerns
Goals & Objectives of the Saline Middle School Guidance & Counseling Department:
- To assist students in developing self understanding, information seeking,
and decision-making skills
- To provide students with a supportive learning environment
NUMATS/Midwest Academic Talent Search
Sponsored by Northwestern University. This program is open to all students who have scored in the 95th percentile or above on standardized tests. Parents complete nomination forms that allow the students to take the SAT or ACT along with high school students throughout the year. Test scores allow students to participate in many summer programs for high achieving students as well as providing planning and other information important for highly able students. In order to register you will need the School Id Number for Saline Middle School which is #8200691.