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Counselor's Corner

Counselor's Corner

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Get to know all of Bellevue's Counselors. 

JJ Lubinski - Elementary School

My name is JJ Lubinski and I am the 3rd-5th grade school counselor. I am originally from a small suburb of Cleveland and went to both the University of Toledo and Ohio University for school. I live in Bellevue with my cat, Morty. I enjoy traveling, reading, writing, and spending time with family and friends.

Jim Dryfuse - Middle School 

My name is Jim Dryfuse and this is my 26th year in education. I taught for 13 years at Fremont Middle School and have been here at Bellevue Middle School as a school counselor for the past 13 years. I attended Bluffton University for my undergraduate degree and Heidelberg University for Masters of Counseling degree.

Doug Siesel - Highschool 

- This is my 24th year in education.

- This is my 5th year at BHS, all as a school counselor.

- I taught high school math previously for 19 years.  

 

Jill Mohr - Highschool 

30th Year at BHS

-Bachelor of Science Degree in Comprehensive Science Education from BGSU 

-Master of Arts Degree in School Counseling from Heidelberg University

 

Angel Young - District Social Worker

My name is Angel Young and I am a 1998 Bellevue graduate. I continued my education at the University of Akron where I received my bachelors degree and later pursued my graduate degree at Cleveland State University, where I received my Masters in Social Work.  I have worked with children and families for 17 years and started working at Bellevue City Schools in August of 2018. My position in the district is the Family Support Specialist/Social Worker where I work with both students and families to help provide support, referrals, and Wraparound services. My passion is to help remove barriers where they exist and to assist in identifying mental health, emotional, and physical needs that affect the well being of our students and families in our community.