The Bremerton School District Comprehensive School Counseling Program promotes student learning and development in collaboration with families, educators, and the community, with the goal of preparing students to be productive citizens.
What is a School Counselor:
MVMS counselors help all students with their academic, career, personal, and social abilities. The counselor is an educator who delivers a comprehensive guidance program in the school. Counselors teach classroom guidance lessons on a weekly basis as well as respond to the immediate needs of students. Mountain View School Counselors are Educational Staff Associates with a Master’s Degree in Counseling.
Why Contact a School Counselor:
School Counselors assist students with:
- Transition to a new school
- Registration and orientation process
- Academic achievement and motivational concerns
- Future academic and career planning
- Standardized test interpretation
- Personal and safety needs of students
- Crisis situations
- Family transitions (e.g. death, divorce, re-marriage, new sibling, etc.)
- Peer mediation
Mountain View Middle School Counseling Department
Counseling Main Line: 360-473-0630 (for Registration and Counseling)
Mountain View Main Office: 360-473-0607
Counselor Contact Information:
Mr. Wagner: 360-473–0612
6th Grade Counselor
Mr. Wagner's google site HERE
Mrs. Polillo: 360-473-0610
7th Grade Counselor
Mrs. Polillo's google site HERE
Mr. Abastilla: 360-473-0611
8th Grade Counselor
Student Assistance Professional:
Ashley works with students who are experiencing behavioral health challenges such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, or substance use and abuse in the home.
She meets with individuals and small groups to teach coping skills, to support students affected by the substance abuse of others. She also assists students in recovery to abstain from using and abusing substances.