The mission of the PCMS counseling center is to provide a comprehensive program that supports the academic and personal development of all students as they navigate middle school and prepare for the future.
Welcome back PCMS Students and Families!
Despite our remote learning start this fall, we are excited to be back and are looking forward to working with all of you! We know remote learning is a challenge and we hope you can continue to give yourselves grace as we all adapt to this new system! Below are some key pieces of information to know right now:
Please contactyour counselor if you need assistance with laptops, school supplies, food or other necessities. We will work hard to get you what you need!
All secondary teachers will be using a new platform called Canvas, which allows students to access their classes all in one place. Instructions for signing onto Canvas, Office 365, Classlink, and logging into student email addresses can be found here. Additional resources for L.I.V.E. remote learning can be found here.
Quick Contacts - Please see our Contacts page for additional information
6th Grade Counselors: Miranda Williams and Gee Randhawa (Tuesdays)
7th Grade Counselor: Laura Meserole
8th Grade Counselor: Jessica Morrison
School Based Mental Health Counselor: Laura Greening
Registrar: Kim Schneider
(425) 837-5913 (fax)
ParentWiser is a parenting lecture series comprised of local and nationally-known experts who are invited to share the latest information in effective parenting with parents of the Issaquah School District. We offer speakers, discussions and documentary films throughout the school year to engage parents in timely educational topics for raising healthy, confident K-12 students.
Aha Parenting Tweens (10-12) | Aha Parenting Early Teens (13-15)
Parenting is tough, but it isn't complicated. From tantrums to texting, the secret of happy parenting is a close relationship with your child. Thousands of research studies over the past four decades show us exactly what kids need to turn out great: Love (nurturing, respect, empathy, cherishing) and High -- but age-appropriate -- expectations. As both a mom and a Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Laura Markham sounds two clear themes in her advice to parents.