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Welcome to ACYI Counseling Corner

Mission Statement

ACYI counseling program will help all students to achieve optimal personal growth, acquire positive social skills and values, set appropriate career goals and realize full academic potential to become productive, contributing members of the world community.

Belief Statement

ACYI Counselors Believe:

  • All students are unique, and when given a safe, nurturing environment, will succeed to their fullest potential.

  • All students should have access to a high quality education.

  • ACYI Counselors are advocates for every student.

  • All students have the right to be heard and treated with respect and dignity.

ACYI School Counseling Program

OFFICE HOURS :   ( M-F)  7:40AM-3:20PM  

We would like to welcome you to the ACYI Counseling Corner. Intermediate school is a time of great change and discovery and we are here to help students navigate this journey successfully. The Counseling Corner is designed to be a resource for students and parents in dealing with the academic, social, and emotional concerns that arise. Here you will find information about the counseling program at ACYI, valuable resources for students and parents, and information about a variety of topics and issues relevant to the middle school years.

We Can Help
ACYI school counselors provide a variety of services:

  • Academic advisement, post-high school planning, and career information

  • Healthy life skills, healthy relationships, and coping skills

  • Responsive services, including crisis response, mental and emotional wellness skills, group skills teaching, and referrals to community resources

​Please call (435) 734-4940 option 3 to schedule an appointment with any of the following school counselors

ACYI School Counselors

Photo of Marlo Mazeroski.

Marlo Mazeroski

Students A-F


Photo of Holly Reeves.

Holly Reeves

Students G-M


Photo of Tamra Larsen.

Tamra Larsen

Students N-Z


About our Counselors

The professional school counselors at ACYI are licensed by the Utah State Office of Education. The School Counseling program at ACYI meets all standards required by the Utah State Office of Education. Our counselors follow state and national student outcomes, standards, and competencies for School Counseling Programs. ACYI counselors are active members of the Utah School Counseling Association as well as the American School Counseling Association.

Disclosure Notice:
We follow the counseling guidlines contained in the American School Counselor Association Code of Ethics.  This means we will keep the information you share with us confidential unless you give us permission to share it, we must consult with other professionals to better help you, or unless we are required by law or school policy to disclose it.
Examples of when we must disclose a student's information

  • we believe you are at risk for harming yourself or others

  • we believe someone is trying to hurt you

  • if a judge orders us to provide information for court

  • if a law is broken

  • when we must consult with other professionals to better help you

  • When we are required to release information by a school policy, state law, and/or the code of ethics for professional counselors 

If you have any questions about these privacy rules, please tell us.  Your safety and welfare are our highest priority.

What is a School Counselor?

A school counselor is a certified, trained, and caring professional who works with all students, parents, teachers, staff and the community, in order for each student to achieve academic and social success. School counseling services are delivered in four specific ways:

  1. School Guidance Curriculum - designing, structuring, and delivering classroom lessons designed to achieve specific competencies in the areas of personal/social, academic, and career.

  2. Individual Student Planning - assisting students with goal formation/planning (behavioral, academic, etc.)

  3. Responsive Services - meeting immediate student needs (counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, referral, peer mediation, information-providing.)

  4. System Support - school-wide program planning and implementation, consulting with other professionals, coordination of various supports for students and families.

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