Meet Your School Counselor

Mrs. Eeva Clark



Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts Master of Science in Counseling

Mrs. Eeva Clark

I am the School Counselor at Lamar School and very excited to work with the students, families, and staff to create a good and supportive school environment.

I was born and raised in Helsinki, Finland and arrived to East-Tennessee to attend Milligan College straight out of high school. I met my husband while at Milligan and have called the Tri Cities area my home for the past 10 years.

During my free time I enjoy coaching soccer, reading, movies, and knitting. 

Counseling Class Schedule

  • Clock Each grade level has a counseling class every two weeks.

    Week A:

    • Pre-K
    • Kindergarten
    • 1st
    • 2nd
    • 3rd
    • 4th

    Week B:

    • 5th
    • 6th
    • 7th
    • 8th

Comprehensive School Counseling Program

  • The School Counseling Program will meet the Tennessee Department of Education standards for school counseling by addressing the following domains:

    Academic Development: Students will be assisted in implementation of strategies and activities to support and maximize each student’s ability to learn. 

    Social and Emotional Development: Students will be supported in managing emotions and learn and apply appropriate interpersonal skills. 

    College and Career Development: Students will be supported in understanding the connection between school and the world of work and to plan for and make a successful transition from school to postsecondary education and the work force.


    The School Counseling Program will be delivered through the following four services:

    Classroom Instruction Curriculum - developmentally appropriate classroom lessons that correspond to the needs of our student population. The lessons include topics from academic, social/emotional, and college and career domains.

    Individual Student Planning - assisting students in academic planning, decision making, and goal-setting.

    Responsive Services - address students’ immediate academic and/or social/emotional needs through individual counseling, group counseling, collaboration with teachers, staff, and parents, consultation with professionals in the counseling field, coordinating services for students and families, and crisis prevention and intervention. As are all citizens, the school counselor is mandated to report suspected or reported child abuse and neglect. (Please note that counseling services provided by a school counselor are not to be considered therapy, and are short-term and solution-focused. At parent request, we can discuss community options for continued counseling services for your child outside of the school. School counseling services are student-focused and not designed for litigious support.)

    System Support - school wide program planning, implementation, and support.


    Our class lessons will follow both the State of Tennessee Model for Comprehensive School Counseling (our state standards for school counseling programs), as well as the standards presented in the ASCA (American School Counseling Association) National Model.