Fairfield School Counseling Web site




about the school counselor

Mrs. SmithHello!

Thank you for visiting the Fairfield Schools' Counseling Services website. I am excited to be here in Fairfield and I am looking forward to a great year. Please be sure to look for emails from me or check this website often to stay up-to-date with all the latest information from your Fairfield Schools' Counseling Services.

I am happy to be working with students at all grade levels throughout the year. Here are some of my responsibilities as your School Counselor:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Counseling lessons
  • Day-to-day responsive services
  • Scheduling
  • Testing Coordinator

Along with being in the classroom, I will be available to students, parents, and staff each day from 11:33 AM -12:18 PM and after school from 3:45-4:45 PM.

Please give me a call, send an email, or complete a Referral Form.

Mrs. Tammie Smith, M.A., NCC

the counseling box

If your student would benefit from talking to Mrs. Smith, there are two ways to let her know. Referral Forms for students and parents can be picked up and returned to the Counseling counseling boxBox located in the Elementary School office, or, for your convenience, you may fill out and submit a Referral Form online by clicking on the Counseling Box to the right.


Confidentiality is important! In our school counseling office, what is said here, stays here, with the following exceptions, as required by law and/or ethical standards:

  1. Harm to self or others
  2. Abuse or neglect
  3. Court or other legal proceedings

If there is ever a need to reveal information, we will let you know in advance, and work with you to handle the situation in a way that respects you, your feelings, and your needs.

the asca model graphicthe asca model

School counseling programs are created to be a collaborative effort benefiting students, parents, teachers, administrators and the overall community. School counseling programs should be an integral part of students' daily educational environment, and school counselors should be partners in student achievement.

The question has been posed, "What do school counselors do?" The more important question is, "How are students different as a result of what school counselors do?" To help answer this question, the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) created the ASCA National ModelĀ®, which is a framework for a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program.

For more information about the American School Counselor Association or the ASCA model please click on the logo below.