Information about Counselors at Inglewood

Counselors at Inglewood are available to support students with academic achievement, assist with post high school/career planning, and help with personal and social development. Students are able to stop by the counseling office any time to sign up to meet with their counselor. A few typical reasons that a student may meet with their counselor include:
  • Need assistance with a plan to improve their grades
  • Have a question or need assistance with their class schedule
  • Need help with a personal problem or are having a friendship challenge
  • Experience harassment or bullying- toward themselves or others (we have strict confidentiality protocols when students are reporting an issue of this nature)
  • Need financial assistance for school related items
  • Have any type of question or are facing an issue
  • Want to say hello and get acquainted.
Parents may want to contact the counselor when:
  • Want assistance with educational planning
    • Correct academic level placement, extra interventions and support
  • Want to discuss academic concerns across multiple classes
    • If only 1 or 2 classes are affected, contact the specific teachers directly
  • Need financial assistance
    • Free/reduced lunch, school supplies and fees, sports fees, College Bound scholarships
  • Have difficulties at home that may affect student learning
    • For example: death, divorce, change in living situation or finances
  • Need referrals for community resources
    • For example: child/family counseling, drug/alcohol counseling, tutoring services


Counselors Responsibilities


Scott Paul

2022-23 6th Grade D-Z

Karyn Summers

    2022-23 7th Grade C-Z

Tiffany Jones

    2022-23 8th Grade D-Z

Dylan Slatton

    2022-23  6th Grade A-C

                    7th Grade A-B

                    8th Grade A-C

Erica Maule

Registrar/ Counseling Secretary


INCOMING 5th Grade Parent Night

5th Grade Parent Night and Registration Presentations available on the Academics Page