Downingtown STEM Academy Counseling Department610-269-8460, ext. 7206 (phone) -- 484-694-5590 (fax)CEEB Code: 391-036
2018 Summer Hours
The Couseling Office will be open throughout the summer for general inquiries on Mondays through Thursdays from 8am-2pm. Please be aware that a school counselor is only in the office on select dates. Students and parents are encouraged to contact the Counseling Office prior to their arrival to ensure someone is available to assit them. Please see the current summer schedule below:
June 12th: Mrs. Wallin and Mrs. McGavin-Wiedlich
June 13th: Mrs. Wallin and Mrs. McGavin-Wiedlich
June 19th & 20th: Mrs. Wallin, Mrs. McGavin-Wiedlich, and Mrs. Glowik
June 21st: Mrs. Wallin and Mrs. McGavin-Wiedlich
June 26th-28th: Mrs. Wallin
July 10th-12th: Mrs. McGavin-Wiedlich
July 17th: Mrs. Glowik
July 18th-19th: Mrs. Wallin
July 24th-26th: Mrs. Wallin
August dates will be posted soon!
Appointment Scheduling and Hours of OperationThe counseling department is open Monday-Friday from 7:00am to 3:00pm. The counseling department operates on a "walk-in" approach - students are not required to have an appointment to stop in and see their counselor. If the counselor is not available when a students drops in, they will be asked to schedule an appointment at a later time. Students are welcome to schedule an appointment if they prefer, and parents are encouraged to schedule an appointment as well to ensure a counselor will be available when they come in.To schedule an appointment, students can come to the counseling office and have Mrs. Zach, Counseling Secretary, schedule the appointment. Students can also email their counselor directly to set up an appointment. Parents are encouraged to contact Mrs. Zach or their student's counselor for an appointment. You can find contact information for a counselor on the Contact Information page.The mission of the Downingtown Area School District school Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive program addressing the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. In partnership with the school community, counselors provide opportunity to develop a foundation that allows students to identify and explore individual abilities and interests. School counselors facilitate a support system that promotes academic and personal achievement and fosters the skills necessary for students to grow and contribute as productive members of a global society.