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School Counseling Center
The goal of the Counseling Center at Rocky River Middle School is to meet the individual needs of every student - academic, social and emotional. Counselors support students, parents and staff as they develop trusting relationships throughout the middle school years. Communication between students, parents and staff is a critical component to ensure positive school experiences and appropriate high school, career and college planning for all students.
Our Staff:
Debbie Wodzisz, Secretary                                                   

Julie Morriss, School Counselor
(Last Name Letters A-K)
Moira Baylog, School Counselor 
(Last Name Letters L-Z)
Parent H.E.L.P. Session Dates
RRMS School Counselors will continue hosting HELP (How to Enjoy Living with your Preadolescent) Sessions for parents during the school year October through April - please refer the RRMS calendar for all session dates, time and location.
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  Break the Silence – Prevent the Event
1-800-418-6423 ext. 359  
Please call the Safe School Helpline if you know anything that threatens our school’s safety. It’s free and confidential 24 hours/7 days a week. Please report any facts, remarks or action that could jeopardize the safety of our children, school or staff. Examples of harmful or threatening behavior might include: bullying, violence, theft, drug or alcohol abuse, talk of suicide, sexual harassment, weapons. The service also provides 24-hour access to a trained mental health counselor to provide support for suicide intervention, family crisis support or other mental health issues.
Help Keep Our Schools Safe!

Sunrise and Sunset

Do you need help with homework?
Do you need a quiet place before or after school to get work done? 
in room D101
7:35 a.m. - 8:05 a.m.
Monday- Friday 
Come to SUNSET  
in the Media Center
3:30 p.m.- 4:15 p.m.
Monday - Thursday 

6th Grade Stress Survey