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School Counseling Department

Mrs. Jennifer Manos
7th Grade Counselor
Telephone:  330.335.1416

Mr. David Zsoldos
8th Grade Counselor
Telephone:  330.335.1358

Mrs. Race
Guidance Clerk
Telephone:  330.336.0233

Call or email your child's counselor with any questions, concerns, or if you are in need of assistance.

Schedule Pick-up Day:

Thursday August 15, 2024

  • 9:00-10:00am 8th Graders
  • 10:30-11:30am 7th graders
Students can pick up their schedules on this day at this time.  A shot Clinic will be available to 7th graders needing the required vaccines for 7th grade if needed.  If you are on vacation or cannot attend during these times, students can come to check out their schedule between 8:00am-3:00pm any day after this time until the first day of school.


What does a school counselor do?

School counselors design and deliver school counseling programs that improve a range of student learning and behavioral outcomes (Carey & Dimmitt, 2012). These programs are comprehensive in scope, preventive in design and developmental in nature. “The ASCA National Model: A Framework for School Counseling Programs” (ASCA, 2019a) outlines the components of a school counseling program. The ASCA National Model brings school counselors together with one vision and one voice, which creates unity and focus toward improving student achievement and supporting student development. - American School Counselor Association Position Statement


Wadsworth Middle School is a Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) School.  The RAMP designation, awarded for aligning with the criteria in the ASCA National Model, recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and an exemplary educational environment.  To receive this award, the school counselor program shows that the school counselors are school leaders, compassionate student advocates, collaborators with key stakeholders, and create systemic change.


The best way to reach your child’s school counselor is by email.  School Counselors do not maintain 24-hour access to email accounts. During school hours, we will do our best to respond as soon as possible.  We are here to support your child.

If you are faced with an emergency situation, here are some options on how to handle it.

In the event of a counseling emergency, call The Crisis Center at (330) 725-9195.

You can also Text the keyword "4hope" to 741741 and expect a reply from a trained Crisis Counselor within five minutes. Your message is confidential, anonymous, and secure. Or call the The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK.

For immediate safety concerns regarding yourself or others, call the local police department at (330) 334-1511.


If you have concerns about another child’s safety, try to contact that child’s parent.  If you cannot get in contact with them and it is during school hours, you can contact me. If it is not during school hours and you cannot contact parents, you must contact the police to do a well-child check.   


Here is our list of county agencies, including counseling practices if your child is in need of ongoing mental health support.  Many of these offer teletherapy.

College Credit Plus Annual Notice for 2024/2025 School Year 

Students and families interested in learning more about Ohio’s College Credit Plus program should plan on attending the Wadsworth High School annual meeting on November 1st at 7:00 in the WHS PAC.  The recorded meeting will also be posted on the Wadsworth High School Guidance website. This meeting will provide information regarding mandatory application and participation deadlines and inform students how to access the participation packet. 
Students currently accepted into the CCP program do not need to reapply. 
If you would like more general information regarding CCP, please take a look at the links below: 
CCP Overview  
Official CCP Annual Notice
Please contact your Guidance Department if you have any further questions.