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
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:
Indiana Center for the Prevention of Youth Abuse and Suicide (formerly Chaucie’s Place) will be visiting our school September 3rd-6th to participate in this collaborative effort. Their body safety curriculum, Child Lures Prevention, Think First & Stay Safe, will be presented to the students. Providing relevant, balanced and proven prevention strategies to families and children increases awareness and knowledge of how to recognize, interrupt, stop and prevent these crimes. For information and for a parent resource video, please visit www.indianaprevention.org. Please contact Krista Weber with any questions or concerns regarding the schedule or delivery of these valuable lessons: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, Sept. 11 ♦ Mt. Vernon High School
Doors open at 4:30 and breakout sessions begin at 5:30.
Shuttle services are available.
We recognize that mental health has a great impact on our lives. Talking about it openly and educating others, helps change the perception.
Join us for a FREE interactive workshop open to adults and students 13+. This event offers 40+ vendors, food and breakout sessions:
Anxiety presented by Jennifer Luchtefeld, Hancock Counseling & Psychiatric Services
Grief and Loss presented by Vickie Dalton, Erlewein Mortuary
Depression and Suicide presented by Brad Dobson & Lani Jones, Providence Behavioral Group
Cultural Diversity presented by Brenda Graves-Croom, FSSA (Family and Social Services Administration)
Anger Management presented by Charles Spray, Behavior Specialist
Sexting presented by Josh Sipes, Hancock County Probation & Brent Eaton, Hancock County Prosecutors Office
Vaping and Smoking presented by Brandee Bastin, Hancock Health
Addiction (adult) presented by Melissa Davis, Community Behavioral Health
Addiction (youth) presented by Amy Ikerd & Erin Davis, Hancock County Probation
Social Media presented by Stephanie Nancarrow, Internet Crimes Against Children – Indiana State Police
Student & Adult Q&A
For more information call (317) 468-4177 or click HERE