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Counselor - Jessica Clark


Phone: 317-776-7792 ext. 18128


Degrees and Certifications:

Masters Degree in School Counseling, National Certified Counselor (NCC), Bachelors Degree in English Education and English as a Second Language

Mrs. Clark

Hello!  I am the school counselor for the class of 2030 at Noblesville West Middle School.  I have been a counselor with Noblesville Schools since 2008.  In those years, I've had the opportunity to work at every level at some point; elementary through high school.  This has been a great benefit as I've seen both where my students are coming from and where they need to go!  Prior to counseling, I taught English Learners at Nora Elementary School in Washington Township for six years.  I can be reached through email at or at (317) 776-7792 ext.18128.  I look forward to helping your student have a successful journey through the middle school years!  Go Millers!  

Atmosphere of Teamwork   

Each school counselor works with an assistant principal to support a grade level of teachers and students. Counselors meet with teachers weekly during team meeting time to review student concerns, brainstorm interventions, and also to meet with parents.  Counselors collaborate with the school social worker and school-based therapist.  Counselors also work with special education teachers and families during case conferences and meetings.

Classroom Guidance

Counselors teach a variety of classroom guidance lessons throughout the year in order to provide students with information relevant to their needs.  These lessons may include study skills, career exploration, decision-making skills, and future educational planning among other topics.  The team teachers and administrators as well as data from needs assessments help counselors decide what lessons are most needed with each team of students.  

Counseling Services

Counseling services are available to all students both individually and in groups.  These services are designed to address the academic, social, emotional, and developmental needs of students.  Groups are formed based on student need. If you feel your child is in need of a particular service, please contact the appropriate grade level counselor.  Teachers also refer students to groups based on the needs they observe in the classroom.  Additionally, we also have a school social worker that we can refer students to for more individualized services or counseling groups.