School Counselors share their Love for Helping Students

School Counselors share their Love for Helping Students

National Read a Book Day is Sept. 6, Teacher Appreciation Week runs May 8 to 12 and Sept. 29 will be National Coffee Day.

Another random holiday occurred this week, as it was National School Counseling Week, which is always the first full week in February.

This year’s theme: Helping Students Dream Big. Larissa Rohlik and Jess Hatland are Albert Lea Area Schools counselors helping students to do just that. Rohlik, in her third year as a counselor at Hawthorne Elementary School, has always loved working with children.

“I have worked all the way from college [and] I’ve always been into working with especially smaller children,” she said. She said young children are “without a care in the world.” For her, every day is different, and her work includes doing classroom guidance lessons.

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