West Fargo Public Schools
Osgood Kindergarten Center

Osgood Kindergarten Center


My name is Jamie Anderson and I am the school counselor at Osgood Kindergarten Center. I am thrilled to help lay the foundation for your son or daughter's academic experiences. I am ultimately here to help ALL students develop appropriate skills academically, personally, and socially as well as start building student's career awareness. I use various methods to nurture development including technology, theatre, music, dance, games, mindfulness, and yoga! I follow a comprehensive school counseling program to ensure students are succeeding. I will be in the classroom for large group presentations as well as pulling students for small group and individual lessons. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns regarding the school counseling program here at Osgood Kindergarten Center. I am excited to work with you and your child in this upcoming school year and will be happy to help you and your child with this difficult but exciting transition in to the first years of your child's education!

What Do School Counselors Do?

  • Promote positive attitudes among students toward self, family, peers and community.
  • Assist students in learning how school performance relates to future opportunities.
  • Develop and deliver classroom guidance lessons that teach skills such as healthy decision making, resolving conflicts and respecting others.
  • Work collaboratively with students, parents and teachers to identify and remove barriers to learning.
  • Support students by teaching skills for achieving success.
  • Help students to recognize and make the best of their abilities.
  • Counsel with students individually and in groups.
  • Provide support during crisis.
  • Orient new students.

Contact the School Counselor

  • Concerns over student achievement
  • Family health problems
  • New school registration & orientation
  • Test interpretation
  • Discussing special needs of their child
  • Early discussion of potential crises
  • Family difficulties or concerns

How is a student referred?

  • Self-referral
  • Request of a counselor
  • Parent referral
  • Administrative referral
  • Teacher or other staff referral
  • Referral by friend(s)

Parents or guardians can call or e-mail me any time for a phone conference or to set up a school visit.

Jamie Anderson



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