Meet your School Counselor
At MVCSC, we strive to engage, educate and empower our students and an active school counseling program is one important component of that effort. All FES students work with the school counselor on a regular basis through classroom guidance lessons. These engaging and effective classroom lessons focus on character development, conflict, bullying, career readiness, and many other topics. Some students may also work with the school counselor on an individual basis or in a small group setting to focus on more specific and ongoing needs.
Mrs. Krista Weber has been the school counselor at FES since 2017 and a member of the Mt. Vernon community since 2009. She is dedicated to meeting the needs of the whole child - academic, social, emotional, behavioral, and physical. Please reach out to Mrs. Weber with any questions or concerns you may have:
Mrs. Krista Weber
FES School Counselor
(317) 485-3180 x4225
Would you like your child to meet with Mrs. Weber? Submit a form HERE
*NEW* Virtual Counseling Office and Calming Corner. Check it out!
MVCSC wants to keep you informed of any upcoming Hancock County events to help support our families in need:
FREE or LOW-COST Summer Activities
Please see this list of Free and Low-Cost Activities available to FES families this summer!
Vernon Township Assistance
If you live in Vernon Township and are in a financial emergency situation, please see vernontownship.us/townshipassistance for details as they may be able to provide assistance. If a resident of McCordsville, Fortville or Unincorporated Area of Vernon Township needs financial assistance with utilities, rent, mortgage payment, essential medicine, or food, contact the township office at 317.485.7327 x1. The Vernon Township advises that residents should apply for unemployment and SNAP as needed and should spend their CARE and/or Stimulus checks wisely to avoid evictions and disconnects when the COVID-19 is over.
Healthy 365 Services From Hancock Health
Healthy 365 Connection Center staff are available help assist anyone with their needs especially those focused on mental health, substance use and food. In addition, Healthy 365 are officially providing transportation to necessary doctors appointments including pharmacy for those who are unable to get there on their own. We are also able to deliver food to those in emergency need who are not able to get to a drive thru pantry on their own or with assistance of friends or family. The foods delivered are provided by the Hancock County Food Pantry. Healthy 365 staff are also able to pick up groceries from the Walmart online order pick up in the event someone is able to order and pay for groceries on their own but are quarantined or otherwise have no way of getting to the store. All of these requests are screened, are dependent on availability of staff, and not all requests are granted. 317-468-4231 connect2help.org
Second Step Home Links
Parents, please partner with us as we focus on our social and emotional learning together. Families may access Second Step activities to complete with their child/children here: