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School Counseling Services

School Counseling Services

School counselors at Hainesport Township School District aid in the personal, social, and academic development of students. Our school counselors are student advocates, striving to create a learning environment where students feel socially and emotionally supported.


Hainesport Township School school counselors are members of the American School Counselor Association, New Jersey School Counselor Association, and Burlington County School Counselor Association.  The school counselors collaborate with teachers, administration, and families as members of the Intervention & Referral Services (I&RS) Team and School Safety Committee.  As Harassment Intimidation Bullying (HIB) Specialists, the school counselors work to identify and remediate harassment and bullying. 


Our school counselors lead a wide range of activities that include: character education classroom lessons, Positive Behavior Supports in School (PBSIS), No Place for Hate activities, organizing and presenting social-emotional-academic assemblies, small group school counseling, individual school counseling, academic monitoring/counseling, high school readiness, peer conflict resolution, and peer mediation. 



Need to meet with a school counselor?

Any student who is having difficulty coping with a problem, either in or outside of school, may make an appointment to see his or her school counselor. Parents/Guardians who detect a problem or feel they need help in solving a problem are urged to contact their child’s school counselor.


I am a PARENT/GUARDIAN and would like to refer my child. School Counselor Referral from PARENT/GUARDIAN


I am a STUDENT at Hainesport Township School and would like to meet with a School Counselor. School Counselor Referral from STUDENT


I am a TEACHER/STAFF MEMBER who would like to refer a student to meet with a School Counselor. School Counselor Referral from TEACHER/STAFF

Crisis Services

This Mental Health Resource Guide consolidates resource
information for Burlington County residents who deal with mental illness as
a consumer, a family member or those who help them. The Burlington
County affiliate of NAMI compiled the material.
 SCIP Outreach
Outreach provides crisis evaluations to Burlington County residents at the crisis site. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is conducted by a New Jersey State Screener. The Screener will perform an evaluation to determine what level of treatment is needed and will arrange that treatment.


24 hours a day - 7 days a week
Call this number to find out about services for children and teens with emotional and behavioral health care challenges and their families.


1-877-NJ ABUSE (652-2873)
1-800-835-5510 (TTY)
24 hours a day - 7 days a week
Any person having reasonable cause to believe that a child has been abused or neglected has a legal responsibility to report it to the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly DYFS). Calls  can be made anonymously.


24 hours a day - 7 days a week
This is a youth helpline serving all youth and young adults in New Jersey. Youth who call are assisted with their daily life challenges by professional staff and trained volunteers. Anonymity and confidentiality are assured except in life-threatening situations. Youth that would rather type than talk can also get support via 2NDFLOOR's anonymous message board service.

Ms. Morgan Barnett 

K - 2 School Counselor
Room: Related Services Suite 
Ext. 284

Ms. Nicole Orangers 

3-5 School Counselor
Room: Related Services Suite 
Ext. 239   

Ms. Jennifer Humes

6-8 School Counselor


Ext. 195