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School Counseling

Glenbard North School Counseling

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Contact the School Counseling

or Registrar Office

(630) 681-3131
Dept. Chair : Colleen Joyce-Guzman
Email: [email protected]

All Staff Directory

Counselor Assignments

Student Last Name Counselor Email Phone
A-BLAD; ELL Julie Shannon [email protected] 630-681-3230
BLAE-CHER; LifeSkills Colleen Joyce-Guzman Dept. Chair

Ms. Munro Sub through 10/2/19

[email protected] 630-681-3121
CHES-GOL: Kim Munro [email protected] 630-681-3362
GOM-LEV: Carole Gebka [email protected] 630-681-3138
LEW-OZ: Jaime Kennedy [email protected] 630-681-3137
P-SAM: Miriam Walton [email protected] 630-681-3156
SAN-WIK: Sean Thomas [email protected] 630-681-3289
WIL-Z ELL & AVID Students: Kelly Mitchell [email protected] 630-681-3166


GBN School Counseling Mission

The mission of Glenbard North’s School Counseling Program is to provide students with the opportunity to strengthen and foster their continuous improvement-and achievement. Our mission complements and enriches the Glenbard District 87 mission by addressing the academic, social/emotional, and post-secondary/career development of our students.  

School Counselors, in collaboration with stakeholders (students, parents, teachers, administrators, support staff, and the community) continuously strive to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling model focusing on the following priorities:

  • Classroom curriculum and individual conferences that help students become critical thinkers and positive decision-makers, while also planning for their future.
  • Removal of barriers to create a safe and supportive learning environment for all students.
    Open lines of communication with parents and guardians ensuring student support at school and at home.
  • Communicate available resources to students, and encourage them to utilize innovative learning tools and supports.
  • The treatment of all students as valuable, life-long learners, providing them with full access to resources and interventions in place to help them be successful in present and future endeavors.