Degrees and Certifications:
Ms. Lacy Simon
My name is Lacy Simon and I am the school counselor here at Miller Elementary School. I attended Texas Tech University where I received my degree in Agriculture Education, and then Wayland University where I received my Masters Degree in Counseling. I am beginning my 18th year in education and 11th year as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Twelve of those years were spent at Roosevelt ISD where I was a teacher, counselor and ELAR instructional coach. This is my 5th year in LISD. I love being a school counselor and everyday I feel thankful to have the opportunity to work with you and your children. Please contact me with any questions or concerns!
Since I was born and raised here in Lubbock, my heart bleeds red and black. You may see me cheering on the Red Raiders at sporting events or attending stock shows with my family. My fiance, Michael, our three kiddos and I love to spend time outdoors boating, swimming, fishing and hunting. I enjoy cooking delicious food, snacking on sour candy and drinking a cup of coffee on the patio.
How can I help you?
Special Needs Assistance
Students Support Team Meetings (SST)
Middle School Questions
How to contact me:
Set up an appointment
Call me 806-218-8128
Email me firstname.lastname@example.org
The guidance program at Miller Elementary involves classroom guidance opportunities with SecondStep, as well as, individual and small group counseling. A variety of topics are discussed in guidance lessons throughout the school year. Some of the topics include:
Drug Education and Prevention
When parents and teachers work together, they make an unbeatable team. Parent conferences build the teamwork that helps students learn better. Contact me and I will help schedule a conference.
What are the counselor's limits?
Unfortunately, I am not able to provide the following services to your child:
Testifying in court in child-custody matters
Providing intensive long-term counseling services for your child
Limits of Confidentiality
One of the most important parts of being a school counselor is being able to talk to students about personal things. Most of what students tell me can be kept confidential, but I am required to violate that confidentiality if a student tells me one of the following things:
If he or she is planning to hurt himself or herself
If he or she is planning to hurt someone else
If a child is being abused or neglected