|Ms. Stephanie Anderson
|Ms. Marguerite Morman Matthews
|Ms. Katherine DeProphetis
|Ms. Latisha Wilkes
||7th Grade Student Advocate
|Mr. Stanley Robinson
||7th/8th Grade Student Advocate
|Ms. Mellissa Bullocks
||8th Grade Student Advocate
|Ms. Marquita Kennedy
||Parent and Community Engagement Specialist
Oxon Hill Middle School Guidance Department
Welcome to the best middle school in Prince George’s County. The Guidance Department would like to inform students and parents of the programs and services offered here at Oxon Hill Middle School. Our primary goal is to assist and encourage self-understanding, responsibility and self-direction for our students. It is our hope that students and parents will feel free to contact us for any support, information or assistance needed.
During this school year, the following services will be offered by the counselors here at Oxon Hill Middle School:
The Counselor will meet with classroom groups to acclimate students to the guidance program, services, and facilities.
Parent/Teacher meetings will be used to communicate information about students’ behavior and academic progress during the school year.
Small groups will be formed as needed for specific short term counseling for some students.
The counselor will serve as a resource person for teachers and students and will assist with appropriate student placement based on classroom achievement, course selection, and registration for the 2012 - 2013 school year.
If you have academic concerns, please contact the Academic Deans, Mrs. Foster (7th grade), or Brother Victorious (8th grade).
Important Information from Guidance
Daily Progress Reports
Daily progress reports are available in the Guidance Office. If you are interested in having your child receive a daily progress report, please have your child see his/her counselor before or after school. These forms are an excellent form of communication between parents and teachers.
Parents interested in meeting with teachers need to contact the appropriate grade level Academic Dean to schedule an appointment.
Meeting with the Counselor
Parents who would like to meet with the counselor are asked to call and schedule an appointment as opposed to walk-ins to ensure that the counselor is available.
Student Service Learning Click this link for more details: http://www1.pgcps.org/ssl/index.aspx?id=16514
Students are encouraged to complete their 75 clock hours of students service work prior to entering high school. Completion of these hours fulfills one of the high school graduation requirements. Students can pick up information from the Guidance Office. Forms must be completed in their entirety before they are submitted. Forms must be submitted to Ms. Kennedy, the Parent and Community Engagement Specialist, in Room E or in her front office mailbox.
Volunteer/Service Learning/Scholarship Opportunities within Prince George’s County
See Ms. Kennedy, the Parent and Community Engagement Specialist, for more details...