Sharon WilliamsCounselorwilliamssh@bcsc.k12.in.us(812)376-4406Meet Ms. Williams:Ms. Sharon Williams is the 7th grade counselor for the 2019-12 school year. Ms. Williams, in her fourth year at Central, has over 20 years experience in community service. She has worked for the YMCA and other community organizations, focusing her energy on helping children, youth and families be successful in their relationships with one another.
Kim VanCounselorvank@bcsc.k12.in.us(812) 376-4407Meet Ms. Van:Ms. Kim Van is the 8th grade counselor for the 2019-20 school year. Ms. Van is new to the Central family this year and we are excited to have her here. Prior to joining the staff at Central, she served as a counselor for community based programs.
Dean of Students
Meet Ms. Deweese:
Hello! My name is Heather Deweese and I am the Dean of Students at Central. This is my 16th school year with BCSC. During most of that time, I have been a counselor at the elementary level. I am very excited to transition to the middle school dean's office!
I am eager to get to know all of the students at Central! My goal is to support a safe, positive learning environment for all students and staff. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
SO WHAT DO THE COUNSELORS DO ALL DAY?Counselors provide a comprehensive, developmental program for all students. This includes helping students building personal and social skills, become the best students academically they can be, and help students prepare for whatever their futures may hold. How do they do this? By helping students make a smooth transition to the middle school and from year to year. They provide classroom guidance lessons that are aligned with the Indiana Student Standards for Guidance. These standards are voluntary and considered by the state to be essential for student preparation for college and the workforce. Counselors also work with students individually and in small groups on pertinent issues. Consultation with teachers, administrators, and parents is focused on helping students be successful. All information shared with a counselor remains confidential unless there may be a potential harm to the student or others.
Officer Greg Ross
Student Resource Officer (SRO)
The SRO is involved in a variety of functions:
● As a visible, active law enforcement figure on campus dealing with any law-related
● As a classroom resource for instruction in the following areas: law related education,
violence diffusion, safety programs, alcohol and drug prevention, crime prevention, and
● As a member of the faculty and administrative team working hand in hand to solve
problems in the school community.
● As a resource for the students enabling them to be associated with a positive law
enforcement figure in the student’s environment.
● As a resource for teachers, parents, and students for law related concerns and
● As a counseling resource in areas that may affect the educational environment and
may be law related.