Hello NGMS Students and Families,
My name is Morgan Price, and I am the new school psychologist on campus this school year. This year marks my third year in the district, and 10th year working as a school psychologist. Prior to Adams 12, I worked in the small town of Bastrop, just outside of Austin, Texas.
School Psychologists work with students, families, and school staff to provide services and interventions, such as counseling and behavior plans, to support a variety of mental health, behavioral, and academic needs. I believe anyone can meet the goals they set for themselves, and I am here to support that process.
On a personal note, I live with my husband and two young kids (1 and 5). We enjoy travelling in Central America and Mexico, specifically Puerto Vallarta, where I have family and we were married.
Parents, if you have concerns about your child's emotional or behavioral wellbeing, please feel free to reach out at any time.
Students, if you feel you are struggling with your emotionas, friendships, classes or anything else, please come by the counseling office, were myself and other wonderful staff members are here to support you. I can't wait to get to know you all!
With kindness and respect,
Morgan Price, MS
If you are looking for counseling, substance use treatment, or other mental health services:
- Connect with Community Reach Center: (303) 853-3500
If you are looking for LGBTQIA Support:
- Check out: Rainbow Alley; lgbtqcolorado.org/rainbow-alley; 303-951-5213; they provide a drop-in space, youth-led events and activities, counseling, support groups, and life services in a warm and supportive environment
- NGMS also has a GSA club, which is a student-run organization that unites LGBTQ+ and allied youth to build community and organize around issues impacting them in their school and community. That club is led by staff member, Sonja Dolnick.
If you are having thoughts of self-harm or suicide, or know someone who is, we are here to help. You can also reach out to:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK, Text “TALK” to 38255 or www.suicide.org