• Mrs. Cosentino
    School Counselor
    p: (609) 631 - 4167 ext 2880

    A note from the School Counselor:


    Dear Families,


    Please see the attached letter to access the suggested activities for your child if we are Learning Remotely.


    Acts of Kindness (Word Doc)

    Acts of Kindess (Google Doc)  


    Also, PLEASE continue reading The World According to Humphrey and complete the Trivia Questions that were provided to the students.  


    *** UPDATE AS OF:   March 30, 2020


    Dear Familes,


    Hopefully, you and your children are adjusting to our new "normal" during these difficult times.  Please feel free to reach out to me via email or phone.  I can be reached at or 609-631-4167, prompt #2 or ext. 2880.  


    If you are looking for something to do with your children at home, you may want to create a "Calm Corner".  The directions are listed under "Lesson #2".



    Again, please feel free to reach out any time.  


    Lesson #2


    Thank you,

    Mrs. Cosentino



    Attention 5th Graders!  Please send me a picture of your People of Good Character Wax Museum Posters!  I will share them here!!!!


    Rose Lavelle



    The Hamilton Township School District has a developmental guidance curriculum that focuses on the individual student.   Elementary counselors provide children with comprehensive school counseling programs.   Some of the programs offered by the guidance department are:


    Students will receive classroom lessons every other week, alternating with Spanish.   Lessons focus on issues such as self-esteem, friendship, anti-bullying, stranger-danger, decision making, problem-solving and more personal developmental topics.


    Students may come and speak to the counselor privately to discuss a variety of issues.   Some of which include peer relations, family problems, divorce/separation, death/loss and conflict resolution.


    Groups are held various times throughout the school year.   As much as possible, groups meet during lunch, as not to miss academic subjects.   Additional groups may be formed on an as-needed basis.


    The Crisis Management Team at University Heights is available to address crisis situations that may arise.