Elementary School Counselor Page

  • Mrs. Angie FlinnMrs. Angie Flynn

    Behavioral Awareness Point of Contact

    Welcome! I am very fortunate to be the BCE School Counselor because we have amazing students, families and a super staff.  My husband, Todd and I live on an acreage in Newman Grove with our two dogs, Dually and Queso, seven horses and too many barn cats.  My step-daughter, Taci, is a senior at Arcadia High School.  She and her dad love to rodeo, so we spend the majority of weekends and summer at rodeo events all around Nebraska and the surrounding states. 
    I grew up in Hooper and graduated from Logan View-Jr.-Sr. High.  I then attended Wayne State College where I received my Bachelor's Degree in elementary education. 

    Later I received my Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction, and am now nearly finished with my second Master's Degree in School Counseling. 

    I love working with students and feel passionate about having the opportunities to advocate for our students and offer assistance to help in the areas of social-emotional, behavioral, and academic skills.  Please reach out if I can help in any way. 


    Mrs. Angie Flinn
    Elementary School Counselor
    Phone: (402) 395-2134


    Our Goal

    Our goal is to help children succeed academically, socially, and emotionally

    Our Strategy

    Implement effective classroom guidance focusing on the understanding of self and others, coping strategies, peer relationships, and social skills, communication, problem-solving, decision-making, conflict resolution, study skills, and career awareness.

    Provide individual and small group counseling dealing with self-image and self-esteem, personal adjustment, family issues, interpersonal concerns, academic development, behavior management, peer facilitation, and peer mediation.

    Provide assessment by helping students identify their skills, abilities, achievements, and interests through counseling and guidance activities and interpretation of standardized tests.

    Work with specialized populations and needs that require special attention, such as culturally diverse populations and students with varying abilities.

    Provide consultation with teachers, administrators, school psychologists, and outside agencies concerning the welfare of the students.

    Make appropriate referrals for special services for students and families within the school and community.

    Communicate and exchange information with parents/guardians by way of conferences, parent education workshops, and newsletters.

    Participate as members of the school improvement and interdisciplinary teams and work as liaisons with parent and teacher organizations.