Pupil Services Newsletter

May and June

We are headed to the finish line....

We are getting to that time of the year where most are counting down the days until summer! So as some of us are rushing around checking things off to get to the end of the year, try to stop and take a moment to remember the MEANING and your WHY. The answers vary for each of us but they all involve being connected to something bigger than ourselves. Let's get to that finish line remembering the aspects of your life that give you a sense of purpose!

Meaningful May

Being a part of something bigger than ourselves and focusing on things that we value is key to our wellbeing. So let's take time to reflect on what we care about this month and keep these things at the front of our minds as our societies begin to open up again.
Big picture

But wait....

Sometimes the "finish line" can bring anxiety and the need to control. Here are some articles to help if this describes you.



Big picture


Every month the Pupil Service Team will attach a letter with what is happening in our Social Emotional World here at school and Resources that may be helpful. Please reach out to any one of us on the Pupil Service team if you are in need of any additional Resources.

Below you will find links to K-2 and 3-5 parent letters with additional information and activities related to Responsibility that you can try at home.

Character Strong for 6th -8th grade

Our older students at MMS are also learning about character. Once a week during advisory, homerooms engage in a character lesson that focuses on the 8 Essentials (Patience, Kindness, Humility, Respect, Selflessness, Honesty, Commitment) and important social-emotional skills (Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Responsible Decision-Making, Relationship Skills). To keep focusing on their character throughout the week, students are challenged to complete a "Character Dare" that relates to their weekly lesson.

Character Strong for 9th and 10th Grade

During Cardinal Time on Wednesdays, 9th and 10th grade students have been working on Academic and Career Planning, along with relationship building with their Character Strong group. During second semester, they will continue digging deeper into the Character Strong curriculum, which will focus on emotional intelligence, goal setting, and communication.

Big picture


Rogers Behavioral Health:

Help for parents, families, and educators as we navigate the new school year during COVID-19


Dodge County Crisis Intervention:

During regular business hours, crisis calls can be referred to a crisis worker. Please call 386-4094 and ask to speak with a crisis worker directly.

After hours and on weekends and holidays, crisis calls should be directed to the:

Northwest Connections at (888)552-6642

You will immediately be connected to an on-call crisis worker to address your needs.



Al-non/Alateen Hotline:


Domestic Violence Hotline:

The National Abuse Hotline is 1-800-799-7233, or thehotine.org or text LOVEIS to 22522

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Virtual Calming Room

Check out Mayville's Virtual Calming Room! This resource was designed to help provide tools, strategies, and resources to help you, your students, and your families manage their emotions. Feel free to share with others!

Big picture
Big picture
Big picture

Pupil Service Team


Please leave a voicemail when calling and we will get back to you within 24 business hours

Rebekah Scott, Ph.D.

District School Psychologist

Email: rscott@mayville.k12.wi.us

Phone: (920) 583-0379

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 3:30 pm OR by appointment

Jackie Mittlestadt

K-2 School Counselor

Email: jmittlestadt@mayville.k12.wi.us

Office phone (920) 387-7973, ext. 2004

Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday all day and Wednesday afternoons OR by appointment

Grace Winter

3-8 School Counselor

Email: gwinter@mayville.k12.wi.us

Office phone: (920) 387-7970, ext. 3436

Work cell phone: 920-583-9382

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 3:30 pm OR by appointment

Chris Paszek

9-12 School Counselor

Email: cpaszek@mayville.k12.wi.us

(920) 387-7960, ext. 4424

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 7:45 am to 3:45 pm OR by appointment