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gsGuidance Department


K-12 Director of Guidance Dr. Gerilyn Smith 
Guidance Secretaries
Rebecca Meyer
East Meadow High School 516-228-5335
Assistant Principal (Guidance)
Christina Egan
School Counselors
Diane Greco
Tamara Healy
Nicole Leibowitz
Michelle Merolla
Steven Pereira
Carly Salzman
Joanna Silberman
EMHS Guidance Page

Clerical Staff
Maureen Bernardo
Lana DelGreco
Joyce Joanlanne
Maura Noonon
W.T. Clarke High School
Assistant Principal
Nicole Hiken
School Counselors
Talin Alahverdian
Samantha LaScala (Leave Replacement)
Christine Milan
Marianna Telese-Femia
WTCHS Guidance Page
Clerical Staff
Rebecca Meyer
Nancy Napoli
W.T. Clarke Middle School
School Counselors
Randi Bernstein
Loretta Brethel-Feret
Alyssa Marino
WTCMS Guidance Page
Clerical Staff
Laura Guidice
Louisa Gramarossa
Woodland Middle School

School Counselors
House 1
Kerri Dumelle
Jessica Schmidt
Kristen Sweeney
Clerical Staff
Jennie Garrido

House 2
Logan Cole
Mara Prendergast
Olivia Luparello (Leave Replacement)
Woodland MS Guidance Page
Janet Annunziata

Elementary School Counselor
Hollyann Anglin - Bowling Green and McVey Elementary Schools
Jillian Black - Barnum Woods, Meadowbrook, Parkway Elementary Schools


Counseling Department’s Mission Statement

The mission of the East Meadow School Counseling Department is to provide support, information, and resources through a comprehensive developmental school counseling program that meets the social, emotional, and academic needs of all students.  This is also accomplished through collaboration with all members of the school community to empower students to become productive, successful citizens and life-long learners in a diverse and changing world.

Counseling Department’s Vision Statement

The vision of the East Meadow School Counseling Department is that, through advocacy, character development, and enriched academic curricula, students graduating from the East Meadow School District will be college and/or career ready with the life skills to be compassionate, resilient, contributing members of a diverse and changing global society.