The Guidance & Counseling Office at Discovery helps students make good choices (academically, personally, and socially) as they learn and grow.
To contact Discovery’s Counseling Office, please call the main line at (574) 674-6010 and ask to be transferred to the Counseling Office.
Autumn Stout, Counselor for 6th grade Sarah Horn, Counselor for 8th grade
Abigail Harder-Lopez, Counselor for 7th grade Leanne Kemmerling, Guidance Secretary
Jill Bauer, Youth Services Bureau Specialist Kevin Runyan, School Psychologist
To request an appointment with your counselor, please click here:
Possible New Students:
Contact the guidance office secretary (Leanne Kemmerling) if you have any questions about student enrollment. Her contact information is listed above.
Enrollment paperwork is also available on the PHM home page at phmschools.org. Hover over the Parents tab and scroll down to Enrollment Info under the General Info heading to find registration information.
Teens and Stress
Here is a good article from the Screenagers company. If you’d like more articles about technology and how it affects our teens, please sign up for their Tech Talk Tuesdays available on this link.
Students are encouraged to check SKYWARD weekly to keep progress of their grades. If you did not get your log in from PHM, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for your log in and password.
21st Century Scholars Program
Indiana middle school students can have up to four years of their undergraduate tuition paid at any participating public college or university in Indiana if they enroll and meet income eligibility requirements. Please only complete if you meet the income eligibility guidelines.
New to Canvas?
This video will help you log in to your canvas page and will also explain how to navigate in canvas.
Be Safe and Smart with Technology
The following websites are great supports for knowing how to help your child's online activity to be safe. http://www.netsmartz.org/
It also has worthwhile information for students at http://www.
Take a College Tour Now?
This website has great virtual tours of many colleges and universities. It’s never too early to start looking at different campuses and keeping the goal of college in front of you. Check out http://www.youvisit.com/colleges.
Parent Tips about Facebook
Please read this informative article from author Naomi Drew who writes the online newsletter "Peaceful Parents."
There is a new website that is a great resource for parents and students to look over information on the cost of college. Please check it out at www.indianacollegecosts.org. Another great website is www.TriptoCollege.org/WIN for information on planning and paying for college.
Bullying Prevention Resource
Here is a neat website for both students and parents to check out.
LearnMore Indiana, Indiana's Pre-K College connection, supports and encourages lifelong learning for all Indiana citizens. Up-to-date materials, helpful checklists and other valuable resources and tools provide parents, students, school counselors and others with information about every aspect of education from early learning, to K-12, to college and careers. Check out this great website! www.learnmoreindiana.org
Please check out this website for some great study methods and tips:
Great Homework Help at Night
Students - if you need help with Math or Science homework, please try the "Homework Hotline" at 1-877-ASK-ROSE. It's a free service from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Our students in the past have found it very helpful, or try their website at www.askrose.org. They are open 7 PM - 10 PM, Sunday through Thursday evenings.
Students are encouraged to talk to a trusted adult if they know someone who is having suicidal thoughts. Below are resources students can use to talk/text with a trained professional.
[Suicide Prevention Lifeline]
Crisis Text Line: text “GO” to 741741 to text to a trained professional about your thoughts and feelings.
last updated: 08/10/2021