• Mrs. Amy Horowitz

    Email: ahorowitz@htsdnj.org

    Phone: 609-631-4162 ext. 3564

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    Welcome to the 2024-2025 school year.  I look forward to working with you.  Together we will work to accomplish your goals, and we won't let any obstacles stand in your way! 

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    Caseload by Last Name and Google Classroom Class Code:

    Grade 6:  (P - Z)  Class Code: luuxt3f

    Grade 7:  (H - O)   Class Code: lxqcsvx

    Grade 8:  (A - F)   Class Code: 7l36xu4

    Welcome to Guidance 

    Hello.  My name is Amy Horowitz and this is my 27th year as a school counselor at Reynolds Middle School.  I have the pleasure of working with your child for all three years of their middle school career.  Above is the grade level and the beginning letter of the last names of the students that I will be working with.

     

     A school counseling program is an essential and integral part of the overall education process.  At Reynolds Middle School, we offer a comprehensive developmental program of guidance and counseling services to all students. 

    Middle school years can be a time of many changes for children.

    As a school counselor, my goal is to enable students to achieve academic, social, and personal success in school. I'll help students acquire the skills, knowledge, and understanding of how to cope with the developmental stages of life.  My focus is to support the needs of my students; to advocate for them and ensure that they each have a successful middle school experience.  

     

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    Here are some of the services provided:

    -Individual academic, personal/social school-based counseling

    -Conflict resolution

    -Peer mediation

    -Intervention and Referral Services (I&RS)

    -504 Case Management

    -Community-based referrals/resources

    -Set up parent/teacher conferences

    -Career Planning & Goal Setting

     

    "The right angle to approach any problem is the TRY angle."

     

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