School Counseling

Healthy Communities Partnership is offering a Strengthening Families program for parents/guardians and youth ages 10-14.  Virtual sessions start March 1, 2021.  See the attached information if you are interested.
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Strengthening Families Information

The Elementary School Counselor, Mrs. Coral McMath, serves students grades K-5.

The mission of the Fannett-Metal School Counseling Program is to provide comprehensive services to all students, to address social-emotional, academic, and career goals.

Services at the elementary level include small-group counseling, individual counseling, classroom guidance, consultation and referral, and assessment coordination. Small group services provide additional, peer-led learning experiences. Small group topics vary and are based upon need. Individual counseling services are offered on a short-term basis for a variety of needs (stress, family changes, emotion regulation, etc.) Classroom guidance is provided as a special in the 6-day cycle. Lessons are research-based, meeting both station and national standards, to address preventative and developmental topics, such as career, conflict resolution, etc. Consultation and referral is a critical part in advocating for student success. This can include formal plans (504), outside referrals, and community resources. Assessment coordination includes PSSA testing for grades 3-5.

If you would like to know more about elementary school counseling services or if you have a concern about your child please call (717-349-2513 Ext. 3006) or email (

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The Food Pantry, which is located in the Old School House/Val. Med. building in Dry Run, is open the first Wednesday of every month from 11:00-1:00 and 4:30 to 6:30.
The Closet is located by the Food Pantry and is open M, W, and Sat. from 9:00-1:00. They have gently used clothing items from infant to adult, shoes, accessories, baby items, household items books and toys.




Middle and High School

The Middle and High School Guidance Department serves students and their families in grades 6 through 12.  Mrs. Michelle Moore is the Middle and High School Guidance Counselor.

Middle and High School Guidance Department Services

504 Planning Services
Academic Support
Agency Collaboration/Consultation
Career Exploration
Career Planning
College Preparation
Communication with parents/faculty/staff
Crisis Intervention
Graduation Preparation
Group Counseling
Individual Counseling
Peer Mediation/Conflict Resolution
SAT/ACT Assistance
Standardized Test Administration
Teacher/Parent/Student Collaboration

Important Documents

Post-Secondary Visit Reflection Form
Job Shadow Reflection Form
Community Service Verification Form
College/Career Fair Reflection Form



2020-2021 Program of Studies

Grading Scale