School Counseling

Mission Statement

The Midview High School Counseling Department’s mission is to provide services that support and enhance the academic, career and social/emotional well being of our students. In collaboration with teachers, administrators, families and the community, we will foster communication and advocate for our students so they may acquire the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to become lifelong learners, responsible citizens and productive members of our society. We will promote a safe and responsive school environment for all Midview High School students. 

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Disclosure Statement:

The MHS Counseling Department adheres to the American School Counselor Association Ethical Standards for School Counselors. MHS students have the right to privacy and counselors will guard that right as much as is permitted by law and ethical standards. Counselors are obligated to protect all students from harm and to uphold school rules related to student conduct.

Contact Information

Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 2:55 p.m.

Phone: 440-748-5343

Fax: 440-748-5277 

Mrs. Sue Homoki, Student Services Secretary shomoki@midviewk12.org 

Mrs. Robyn Fox, School Counselor, Last names A - E, rfox@midviewk12.org 

Mrs. Hannah Johnson, School Counselor, Last names F-L, hjohnson@midviewk12.org 

Mrs. Tara White, School Counselor, Last names M-R, twhite@midviewk12.org 

Mr. Eric Johnson, School Counselor, Last names S - Z , ejohnson@midviewk12.org