Hightstown High School counselor named Mercer County Counselor of the County


Share post:

The New Jersey School Counselor Association (NJSCA) virtually honored school counselors from all counties in the State of New Jersey at the annual Counselor of the County Awards Program.

The program honors the best school counselors who are running a top-notch, comprehensive school counseling program at either the elementary, middle or high school level.

- Advertisement -

Hightstown High School’s Kim Ostrowski was named Mercer County Counselor of the County during the March 19 ceremony.

This year’s school counselor of the year candidates completed an extensive application process and were judged by a panel of counseling professionals on multiple criteria, including school counseling innovations, effective school counseling programs, leadership skills, and contributions to student achievement.

Ostrowski has been an educator for 26 years and began her career as a middle school Language Arts teacher in the Plumsted Township School District. She continued her passion for working with students by pursuing a degree in the School Counseling program with The College of New Jersey.

She has been a high school counselor with Hightstown High School for the past 16 years and has also maintained a strong presence in our school community.

She was the varsity cheerleading coach for 12 years and also currently is the Senior Class Advisor.

  • This article was submitted by the East Windsor Regional School District.

Stay Connected


Current Issue

Latest News

Related articles

Somerset County adopts ‘fiscally responsible’ budget

The Somerset County Board of County Commissioners adopted its 2024 budget, which Commissioner Director Shanel Y. Robinson described as "fiscally responsible and...

East Windsor Police blotter

A 44-year-old Rahway man was arrested on outstanding warrants from Elizabeth following a motor vehicle stop on Route...

Drone unit helps find man charged with assault by auto

A 28-year-old East Windsor Township man was charged with two counts of assault by auto and other motor...

‘Dress up and grab a turkey leg’

Hear ye! Hear ye! Join the New Jersey Renaissance Faire for three more weekends. Faire organizers saw thousands of...