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    Barbara Micucci
     

    Name: Barbara Micucci
    School: Caley Elementary School
    Room No: A205 and the Main Office
    Position: School Counselor

    Email: bmicucci@umasd.org

    Office Phone: 610-205-3661

    Guidance room: 610-205-8606


     

     

    About Me

     

     

    I have been an educator for over 30 years. I began my career as a special education teacher in the Philadelphia School District. After teaching for 6 years I went back to school and received my Masters Degree in Counseling and Human Services from Villanova University. I continued working in the Philadelphia School District as a counselor working with children in grades K - 8 for 12 years. I am now beginning my 20th year as a school counselor at Caley Elementary School. I am thrilled to be a part of such a wonderful and supportive community.
     
    In 2010 I was selected by the American School Counselor Association as the "2010 School Counselor of the Year." This organization recognizes top notch, comprehensive counseling programs across the country. ASCA invited me and my principal as well as the other finalists to go to Washington and meet with members of Congress, participate in a congressional briefing, visit the Department of Education and they sponsored a black tie gala where I was formally recognized. It was a very humbling experience and I was proud to represent our school district. If you want to see the video that was created copy and paste the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qkje0MQH1lg.
     
    Caley is th second school in Montgomery county to receive the RAMP designation. RAMP (Recognized ASCA Model Program) is awarded for aligning your program with the criteria in the ASCA National Model  and acknowledges you are delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program. Caley becomes only the 16th school in Pennsylvania to receive this designation.  

     

    In addition to being the counselor at Caley Elementary School I also teach at the University level. I taught at Arcadia University in their Psychology Department for 14 years and this year I will be an adujnct professor at the University of Pennsylvania in their graduate counseling program. I love working with graduate students and helping them prepare to enter the counseling field. I am very passionate about being a school counselor and hope to convey that message to others.
     
    I am involved in professional counseling organizations at the national, state and local level and often present at their conferences. I served as on the American School Counselor Association's board from 2012 - 2015. I am the past president of Montgomery County Counseling Association and was the Elementary Professional Interest Network (PIN) chair for the Pennsylvania School Counselor Association in the past. 
     
    Some people call me the "Mad Hatter" because I wear many hats at Caley. Here are some of the things I do:

    Welcome to the Counselor's Corner
     
     
     

    chef

    I am very creative and spend my time cooking up lessons for lunch bunches, classroom guidance, small groups, and individual counseling.

     

    construction worker

    You may also see me building connections between home and
    school through parent workshops, conferences, and many phone calls!

    safari
     

    When students come to me, I help them to
    find solutions to their problems.

     
    nurse
     

    I try to take care of the “hurts” on the inside
    and help students to feel better.

     
    wizard
     

     

    I think that being at Caley is magical!
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on September 9, 2018