School Counseling Department
The School Counseling Department designs and delivers a comprehensive school counseling program. It is a pro-active, prevention-based program that serves all students and is a collaborative effort between the school counselor, parents and other educators to create an environment that promotes student achievement. It is an integral component of the Junior High School’s academic mission and is driven by student data and is based on standards in academic, career and personal/social development. Students and parents are encouraged to schedule appointments with their child’s school counselor at any time to discuss these areas and to answer any questions and concerns. The School Counseling Department may specifically assist a student in the following ways:
- individual student academic program planning
- ongoing evaluation of student’s academic progress and success
- academic counseling for at risk students
- analyze and utilize school and student data
- tutoring resources
- academic programs based on student needs
- Career counseling and exploration
- development and clarification of career interests and goals
- exploration of career resources
- planning of appropriate courses to meet graduation requirements and future goals
- career programs based on student needs
- parent, peer, teacher relationships
- referral and collaboration with social agencies and private counseling services
- assist at risk students based on individual needs
- personal/social programs based on student needs
Carol J. Cleary
8th & 9th Grade Letters A - F
Mrs. Carol J. Cleary, MS, NCC, LPC has been a School Counselor in the SASD since 1995. She has worked in the former middle school, the high school and has been at the junior high school since it opened in 1999. She received both her Bachelor’s degree in Human Services and her Masters degree in School Counseling from Marywood University. She is a National Board Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor. She is married and has three sons.
8th & 9th Grade Letters G - M
Mr. Eric Stinson has been a counselor at the Junior High School since 2004. He attended DeSales University where he earned undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Social Work in 2000. In 2004, he graduated from Lehigh University with a Masters Degree in Secondary School Counseling. His previous work experiences include being a counselor at Kidspeace and a county MH/MR supports coordinator.
8th & 9th Grade Letters N - Z
Mrs. Sarah Pardue has been at Stroudsburg Junior High School since the fall of 2007. She has earned a Bachelors degree in Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University and a Masters in Secondary School Counseling from the University of Scranton.
Ms. Sabrina D. Mangroo, M.S. CSP
Certified School Psychologist
Ms. Mangroo has been working in the Stroudsburg Area School District since 2002. Prior to that, she attended school at Marywood University where she received a Masters Degree in Psychology/Child Psychology and certification in School Psychology. Ms. Mangroo spends her time conducting assessments for students who are demonstrating difficulties within the classroom. These difficulties range from problems in the Language Arts and Math areas to difficulties with behavior or emotional concerns. She also assesses students for the Gifted program.
§6:45 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. during school year
§7:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m during summer break
§Bernadette Hennion ext. 18010
§Bethanne Star ext. 18009