School Counseling

K-2 School Counselor

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Mrs. Lewis graduated from University of Maryland University with her bachelors in Psychology and then went on to get her Masters in School Counseling K-12. Mrs. Lewis is a military wife and was a stay at home mom before she became an Eagle.

Mrs. Lewis has lived in many different places, her favorite place was Hawaii. She enjoyed living by the beach and learning about the Hawaiian culture.

Mrs. Lewis loves to spend time with her family at the beach, riding bikes and playing games. Mrs. Lewis has always been passionate in helping children succeed!

 

 

Denise Heidenreich

3-5 School Counselor

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Mrs. Heidenreich experiences great satisfaction from helping students grow throughout their educational careers.  Having earned her Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, she moved with her family to St. Johns County, FL.  Since 2000, Mrs. Heidenreich has served in a variety of science teaching positions ranging from 7th – 12th grades.  She has taught at Switzerland Point Middle School, Bartram Trail High School, and Creekside High School.  Additionally, Mrs. Heidenreich spent 2 years as a school counselor at Creekside High School.

Since earning her master’s degree in School Counseling (K-12) from the University of West Alabama in 2012, she had a desire to expand her experience with students that ranged the gambit of K-12th grades.

Mrs. Heidenreich has recently completed a Christian Counseling certification through Light University and the American Association of Christian Counselors.  Her desire to help others continues at Timberlin Creek Elementary, where it took a very short time for Mrs. Heidenreich to become an eagle.

 

Mission Statement

The mission of the TCE School Counseling Program, is to increase academic achievement through student advocacy and to promote student success through a focus on academic achievement, social/personal, career, and multicultural/global citizenship development. The program’s ultimate goal is for all students to depart empowered with the knowledge and skills to be able to make self-directed, realistic and responsible decisions and to be successful contributors to society.