Mr. Brice Crowninshield
Brice Crowninshield has experience as a counselor and educator in high school, middle school, and elementary school settings. Prior to working at Lake Stevens Middle School he worked in the Shoreline, Mukilteo, and Edmonds school districts as a counselor, behavioral specialist, and as Dean of Students for behaviorally and emotionally impacted students.
Mr. Crowninshield holds a BA in Psychology from Central Washington University and a Masters in K-12 Counseling from City University of Seattle. He is devoted to the holistic development of students by supporting both their academic and social emotional growth. Outside of school he enjoys playing sports, coaching, and pyrotechnics.
Mrs. Jolinda Mostad-Kreider
Mrs. Mostad-Kreider, Lake Stevens Middle School Psychologist has served students and their families at all levels to include the preschool, elementary, middle school and high school populations. She received her MA in special education from the University of Northern Colorado and her degree in school psychology from California State University. Prior to serving as a School Psychologist she enjoyed teaching students with special needs both in the USA and abroad with the Department of Defense. She enjoys international travel, getting to know and learn from students and parents, camping, and spending time with her family.
Mrs. Julie Danner
Counseling Center Para-Educator
Ms. Hannah Herkert
Student Mental Health Support Specialist
425-335-1544 ext. 1680
Ms. Herkert is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate, with a MA in Counseling Psychology. She enjoys supporting students and their families and is available to meet in regards to mental health needs. She specializes in working with kids and families who are going through a tough transitional time such as experiencing the death of an important person, loss, moving, divorce, etc.
Ms. Herkert knows it can be pretty tough to focus on school when something big is happening at home, or when big feelings like sadness, worry, fear, or anger are being experienced. If you or someone you know might like to talk about these things, come see her in the counseling center. Ms. Herkert is the handler of the school facility dog, Bruce. She loves animals (all kinds), and for fun she likes to do art and play golf and softball.
LSMS Facility Dog
Counseling Center Office
Bruce is a working Facility Dog at LSMS. His specialties include helping students engage in school and hanging out when a student needs a break. Bruce was bred, raised, and trained to work in a school setting by Canine Companions for Independence. For more information visit CCI.org. His hobbies include swimming and getting belly rubs.