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Ms. Barbour

Ms. Barbour

6th, 7th, 8th Grade Counselor (A - L)
(505) 897-0101 ext 40810


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Ms. Harrington
6th, 7th, 8th Grade Counselor (M - Z)
(505) 897-0101 ext 40809



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Mission Statement:  Our goal is to help students achieve both academically and socially. We hope that all students at JMMS can realize their full academic and personal potential to become productive, contributing members of the community. We feel it is important for our students to never accept failure and to be confident as they move on to high school.

Our guidance curriculum includes the following:

-Academic skills support and teaching strategies for success

-Career awareness, exploration and goal setting (through advisory)

-Bully prevention "Don't Be a Bystander"

-Suicide prevention

-Sexual Harassment education

-Next Step Planning

-Student Lead conferences

-Advisory Lesson education and preparation

We are also available for responsive services including:

-Conflict resolution (mediations)

-Facilitate Parent/Teacher conferences

-Individual and small group counseling

-Crisis intervention

-Peer facilitation

-Consultation and collaboration with teachers, parents, students, and administration

-Community Outreach (Title 1 Homeless, clothing bank, and school supplies (donations)




Clothing Assistance & School Supplies

Please contact the Counselor if your student is in need of clothing or school supplies. 

Below is information on clothing options available.

The Clothing Bank

The APS Clothing Bank is available to help students in need of clothing.  Parents/Guardians can request assistance up to two times a year. Students will receive socks, underwear, shoes, and a voucher for some outfits.  Please feel free to email or call your student's Counselor.  You will need the following information:

Student's Name, *Shoe size, Sock and Underwear Size, and **Coat size. 

*Shoes are difficult to obtain.  Only include shoe size if your child is in real need.  Also, state the reason for the need.

**Coats are not always available.

Locker 505

Locker 505 is a non-profit organization that families can take their children to receive some clothing.  You will need a referral from the Counselor in order to visit.  Please call the Counselor if your student needs help with clothing.

For more information on Locker 505, please check their website at www.locker505.org

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