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Counselors
  • Brittany Rose
  • Contact Information
    Mrs. Rose is the Counselor at Guyan Valley Middle School. If you need to speak with Mrs. Rose, please feel free to email her or call 304-824-3235 ext. 307.
Guyan Valley Middle School

Core Beliefs

  • We value communication and believe clarity, consistency and timeliness lead to a positive learning climate.

  •  We value recognition and believe that positive reinforcement generates meaningful levels of involvement and achievement for the learning community.

  •  We value diverse innovation and believe creativity in planning and implementation promotes student success.

  •  We value rigor and relevance and believe that if students are engaged and motivated they will succeed.

Counseling Department Mission Statement

The school counseling program is dedicated to fostering the development of every student through a comprehensive well defined program to promote their individual potentionals. The counseling program promotes a culture of academic, personal, social, adn career excellence. As successful lifelong learners, Guyan Valley Middle School students are prepared with the knowledge and skills to contribute at the highest level as productive members of society in this continually changing world.
Announcements
  • Starting the week of March 25th, counselors will begin completing Initial Student Transition Plans with each of the 8th graders. A copy of the student's plan will be sent home and will require a parent/guardian signature. The Lincoln County High School counselors will use these to help complete each student's 9th grade schedule when they come to visit Guyan Valley later this spring. 
  • WesTest will begin the week of May 13th and will resume until May 24th. Please make sure your child is present at school during this time to avoid having to do make-up testing.
  • Counselors will continue to monitor each student's attendance and will intervene with the students that are failing to comply with the Lincoln County Attendance Policy. There will be reward activities in April and May for students who have missed 2 or less days that month.