Welcome to Redmond Middle School's Counseling Page

Mission Statement

The mission of the Redmond Middle School Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive and equitable professional school counseling program supporting the academic, career, and personal/social development of each student to prepare them for success in high school, other future educational opportunities, the global workplace and in their personal lives.

What do we do?

Academic Development
Implement strategies and activities to support and maximize each student's ability to learn.
Career Development

Provide the foundation for the acquisition of skills, attitudes and knowledge that enable students to make a successful transition from school to the world of work, and from job to job across the life span.

Personal/Social Development
Provide the foundation for personal/social growth as students' progress through school and into adulthood.

Reasons to contact your counselor:

  • Strategies and support for improving grades
  • Organizational, test-taking, and study skills
  • Improving self-advocacy and comfort working with teachers
  • Feeling down or suicidal (or reporting a friend)
  • Concerns about being bullied or reporting bullying
  • Friendship help and mediating conflict with peers
  • Learning more about career options and life after high school
  • Personal and family challenges (e.g., mental health, substance abuse, conflict)
  • Community resources (e.g., financial help, counseling, medical needs)

Land Acknowledgement

The Counseling Department of Redmond Middle School acknowledges that our building was built upon the lands of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the Duwamish and the Stillaguamish, based on the Treaty of Point Elliot. We thank these caretakers of the land who have lived here and continued to live here since time immemorial.
We commit to protecting, respecting, and restoring the Duwamish and Stillaguamish lands by being mindful when interacting with the land and its peoples, as well as continuing to educate ourselves and others about the peoples whose lands we work upon.

Resources and Information

Counseling Staff

Counselor (A-H)
Tony Minaglia
Counselor (I-O)
Wendy Bertram
Counselor (P-Z)
Kaitlyn Bradley
Registrar & Counseling Office Professional
Mini Chugh 

Outside Agencies

Youth Eastside Services

Randall Neish
Parents and guardians with a registered email in our system can access their student's current grades, class assignments and class calendars through Skyward.
More info can be found on the LWSD website.
LWSD uses the ParentSquare platform to simplify school communications and provide options for families for how they want to receive information (email, text and/or app notifications). More info can be found on the LWSD website.

District Resources

Housing, Legal Assistance, Transportation, Childcare, and more: visit the LWSD Community Resources page.