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School Counseling Services

School Counseling Services

What are school counselors?


School counselors are a type of helper in your school. We help kids with problems like making

friends, problem solving, and understanding feelings.


What do school counselors do?


·         Talk with individual students

·         Meet with students in small groups

·         Visit classrooms to teach lessons that will help you both in and out of school

Who are school counselors for?

Mrs. Dunn is here for EVERYONE at Copopa Elementary School. Your school counselor is willing to help every student, every teacher,and every parent that is part of the Copopa School



When can I see Mrs. Dunn?

Your school counselor is available Monday through Friday during school hours. I can be reached at 440-236-3773, 440-236-5020, or by email [email protected].




There have been some recent concerns about bullying. I wanted to include a definition of bullying here for parents and students, as well as some helpful information and websites. The definition of bullying is as follows:

Bullying occurs when somebody who is less
powerful than another person or a group is
deliberately and (typically) repeatedly hurt
without in any way deserving that treatment.

There are many different types of bullying. They include:

1. Verbal bullying including derogatory comments and bad names
2. Bullying through social exclusion or isolation
3. Physical bullying such as hitting, kicking, shoving, and spitting
4. Bullying through lies and false rumors
5. Having money or other things taken or damaged by students who bully
6. Being threatened or being forced to do things by students who bully
7. Racial bullying
8. Sexual bullying
9. Cyber bullying (via cell phone or Internet)

Here are some good websites for you to look at for more information about bullying:

There are some great parent and student tips on

Games, tips, and more for adults and kids can be found at

Information about bullying and other youth topics can be found at :

Remember that not all conflicts are bully related. Sometimes it is just a conflict or an argument and can be worked out. If a true bullying situation exists, please let a grown up know. This is not snitching, it is being safe and responsible.

We can all work together to prevent bullying by not standing by and watching it happen. Being a bystander who does nothing or laughing at bullying will never help! Parents and students can call or email me anytime if they have questions, concerns, or comments.

How to Talk to your kids about the Coronavirus

This is a great link to help you decide what to say and how to talk to your kids about what is happening in the world right now. Please now that I am here to help in any way I can to dispel any fears and assist in alleviating anxiety. 
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