• Counselor's Message

    I am sure that this school year will be full of successful experiences for all our students.

    My job is to provide guidance and support for Wildcat students in many different ways throughout the school year. I work with children in the classroom through lessons focusing on success in school and coping with feelings. I also see students either individually or in small groups in my office (Room 25) for meetings to help them work through struggles ranging from divorce, death of a loved one, anger, behavior problems, etc. Parents, teachers, administrators, etc. can refer these students for time-limited counseling (with parental consent).

    Another exciting program that I will be bringing back for CW this year is our Anti-Bullying Club (ABC). ABC focuses on promoting peace and safety through our Positive Behavior Intervention System (PBIS) for all Wildcats. Led by 5th and 6th graders, ABC supports school-wide programs like Bullying Awareness Month, Red Ribbon Week, Veterans Day, and Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations. ABC will also work to improve upon our peer mediation Peace Patrol program, so our older Wildcats can assist their younger peers in resolving playground issues.

    Since I work in two separate school buildings, email is the best way to reach me.

    E-mail: 

    Phone: 562-804-6540

    My Craig Williams schedule is as follows:

    Mornings on Mondays and Tuesdays

    Afternoons on Thursdays and Fridays

    Full day every other Wednesday when CW does not have PE