In the Middle School Guidance Department, our goal is to help
each student achieve success academically, socially, and personally.
From academic awards programs and parent/student orientations, to
initiatives that help eliminate bullying in our school, we strive to
work closely with parents, teachers, administrators and the
community to achieve this goal.
The Dignity for All Students Act states that no student shall be
subjected to harassment or discrimination by their peers or
school employees based on their actual or perceived race, color,
weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious
practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender or sex.
If this is occurring to you or someone you know, please report the incident to the administration, guidance or an adult. You can click on the link below to print a copy of the Port Jervis Middle School’s Incident Report form. Completed form can be submitted to the Guidance Office.
The Middle School Dignity for All Students Act coordinator:
Principal Jean Lain, firstname.lastname@example.org
(845) 858–3100, Ext. 12500 MS Incident Report Form
Anti-Bullying Resources & Information: The Port Jervis School District Dignity for All Act Web Page contains information about the act and links to resources for students and families. Please check back for this page. It's being updated.
The following services are offered by the Middle School Guidance
Department. Please contact us if you wish to learn more about
any of these programs.
The district's comprehensive school counseling program integrates academic, career, and personal/social development. Counseling, consultation, collaboration, coordination, case management, guidance curriculum, and program evaluation are the primary delivery methods in an effective school counseling program. The purpose of a counseling program in a school setting is to promote and enhance the learning process. District K-12 Guidance Plan