Mrs. Vanessa Hernandez 

(6th grade, All ESE & 504)

Ms. Shakira Barrett

(7th & 8th grades, All ELL)




To schedule a conference,

please call 



Conferences are

Mondays, Thursdays

8:35 am or 8:50 am

Student Services during Distance Learning

TWMS Families

We hope all is well with you and your family.

Schools will remain in Distance Learning mode through the end of the school year.  Students will be accessing classes via eCampus or through virtual classrooms during this time.

In this unique situation, school counselors are working from home.  We can be reached during the hours of 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Monday -Friday by email or by calling the phone numbers below. Calls are being forwarded to our personal phones.  If we are unavailable, please allow 24-48 hours for a response.

*Counselors are also available for individual meetings by phone or through Webex, during the hours of 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Monday - Friday. Please email your counselor to schedule a meeting, if needed.

Remember to keep visiting our district website: for the latest information and COVID-19 updates.

We hope you and your family remain safe and healthy.

Best regards from your TWMS Guidance Counselors,

Mrs. Vanessa Hernandez

(6th grade, ESE & Gifted)


Ms. Shakira Barrett

(7th & 8th grades, ELL, 504)


*In the case of an emergency, please call 911.

*In the case of an immediate mental health crisis, please call:

·   2-1-1 for the Community Mobile Crisis Unit or,

·   (407) 928-3074 for Children’s Home Society Crisis phone line or,

·   The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (1-800-273-TALK) or visit

*To report a case of child abuse, neglect or abandonment, call: Florida Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-96-ABUSE (1-800-962-2873).

For other community resources, please visit: or

Have questions about distance learning?  

Check out the Academic Support tile in Clever for additional support.

SCPS Rules of Thumb for Distance Learning

Student Services Department

School counselors work with students in groups and individually depending on the nature of the problem or concern. They work with teachers, administrators, and parents to provide information regarding students' academic and emotional needs. They build a program based on characteristics, age appropriateness, and the connection between home and school life dealing with peer and adult relationships. 

        The school counselor works closely with the administration. Through collaboration, they develop professional learning community emphasizing developmental guidance, which creates a climate for enhancing student achievement. Counselors can help create a positive learning environment. As a team, parents, teachers, counselors, administration, and the community, we can make the effort to formally reach out to one another and support each other with a common goal of improving student learning. We will be able to make huge difference in our students' lives and at the same time lighten our own loads a little by working collaboratively toward the same goal.