- Raolat Agbedina — Resource Counselor/7th Grade Counselor
- Terrence Purdie — 8th Grade Counselor
- Ashley Haddad - 6th Grade Counselor
- Joanne Rosenblatt — Counseling Secretary/Registrar
The counselors at Lee Middle
School envision a department that believes all students can be successful with
the proper support and education, regardless of his or her background.
Counselors will empower students to use their unique personalities, abilities,
and values to achieve their fullest potential as they navigate toward a
fulfilling and productive future.
and Career Planning
and Group Counseling
Solving, Prevention, and Crisis Intervention
with teachers and staff
between students, student/parent, student/staff
to community agencies and private practitioners
Services Management Team Facilitator and Member
Guidance Curriculum (Lessons):
Motivational Mondays: school wide lessons delivered every Monday
during PRIDE. The theme for each month focuses on Social Emotional Learning
10 Characteristics of a Successful Middle
School Student (MSIF) and/or
topics relevant to specific student requests/needs.
AVID Program: Weekly lessons focusing on career development, student service
learning, and high school choice.
College and Career Readiness: school wide lessons and activities on college
and career preparedness in middle school and resources available for students
High School Choice: Lessons delivered to the 8th grade
about the high school choice process.
How can STUDENTS meet
with their counselor?
Students can see their
counselor via a self-referral, parental request, and/or teacher or
administrative referral. If the counselor is unavailable, the student can fill
out an appointment request form and leave it with the counseling secretary,
Mrs. Rosenblatt. Sessions may be held on regular basis or as needed.
How can PARENTS
meet with counselors?
Please call the counseling
department at 301-649-8107 between the hours of 7:45 am and 3:15 pm to arrange
an appointment, or email the counselor directly (see Staff Directory). To meet
with an individual teacher, please call the main office at 301-649-8100 and
leave a message. You may also email teachers through Edline. Edline Parent Account Activation Edline Manual Parent Guide
We are here for you!
forward to assisting you and your child. Middle school is an exciting yet
challenging time for students, their parents, and teachers. As students in
graders 6-8 navigate through the stressor of middle school life, Lee MS
counselors are here to help them balance their needs within the school setting.
The counselors will use counseling techniques that aid students with
discovering talents, increasing competence, and expanding their academic,
career, and personal horizons. The counseling department stresses development
in there major areas: academic achievement, career and decision-making, and
For more information, below is our contact
Col. E. Brooke Lee Middle School
11800 Monticello Avenue
Silver Spring, Maryland 20902
Mrs. Joanne Rosenblatt
Lee MS has partnered with the following
community agencies and services to better serve out students’ needs.
Advanced Behavioral Health and Behavioral
Health Partners (In-School Service)
Excel Beyond the Better (After School Service)
Hospice Caring, Inc.
Kennedy Project-George B. Thomas Learning
Center at Kennedy High School (In-School Service)
Phone Number: 301-929-2100
Kensington Wheaton Youth Services-Mental Health
Association of Montgomery County
Phone Number: 301-933-2818
Montgomery County Collaboration Council for
Children, Youth, and Families
Phone Number: 301-610-0147
24 Hour Crisis Center
Phone Number: 240-777-4000
Students use Edline to check grades, missing assignments etc. If you need an Edline account or you've forgotten your password, please see Ms. Scribner, in the Counseling Office, for assistance.
Edline Information for Parents:
Edline Parent Account Activation Edline Manual Parent Guide