Welcome to the Scarlett Nation! Mitchell-Scarlett is a K-8 campus that draws upon the power of a diverse local and global community to support the development of inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who contribute to the formation of a more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. Defined by: High academic standards innovative curriculum based on the International Baccalaureate standards of instruction, and meaningful assessments. It is our goal to create a safe environment in which your student will develop academic, social, emotional, and global skills, in order to become an independent, problem-solving, and caring world citizen. Our collaborative community inspires students' growth as they become reflective life-long learners.
Our goal is and has always been to inspire, support, and empower all individuals to live, learn, and work in a way that creates opportunity for personal growth and joy, meaningful contributions to the community, and environmentally sustainable practices, and to personally set an example as such. We hope to assist all individuals in achieving the intellectual, technical, personal, emotional, and social skills necessary for success in reaching goals in an increasingly complex and global society. Above all, we care about “kids” and represent our #ScarlettNation greatest integrity.
Warmly, Your Scarlett Middle School Counseling Team
What EXACTLY is a School Counselor?
School Counselors are highly qualified in Guidance & Counseling having earned a Master's Degree or higher education in our profession and maintaining required certifications. Our Counselors believe in lifelong learning and demonstrate our commitment to this belief by pursuing ongoing training through College Education/Classes, AAPS Professional Development, Professional Organizations and Conferences, Workshops, etc. . . in specialty areas such as Post-Secondary Planning, College Counseling, Specific Personal Issues (see resource pages) etc. . . We are here to help.
What Parents Can Do When They Have Concerns… Concerns about a discipline or academic problem and its resolution should first be expressed or questioned at the point where the problem occurred. A discipline or academic problem involving a student in a particular class should be brought to the attention of the teacher of that class. If this step does not bring satisfaction, consult the student's counselor, advisor, or principal.