Lyons Counseling Team

Lyons Counseling Team

The Lyons Middle Senior High School counseling staff has a wide range of experience in working with adolescents in all areas including college and career counseling, special education, workplace readiness, classroom teaching, mental health counseling and trauma response. Students are assigned to counselors by last name.

High School Counselors Provide:

  • Personal and social counseling
  • Crisis counseling
  • College and career counseling
  • Academic advisement
  • Assistance with social skills
  • Referrals to community agencies
  • Classroom guidance instruction
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Small group counseling
  • Assistance with study skills

Meet the Lyons Middle Senior High School Counseling Department!

Counseling Office Phone: 303.823.6631
Counseling Office Fax: 720.494.3855

The Counseling Office is open from 7:30am to 3:30pm Monday through Friday except for district-designated school closure days.  Students can stop by their counselor’s office for walk-in appointments, can email to set up appointments or leave a note if their counselor is not available. Counselors kindly request that parent/guardian appointments be scheduled in advance by contacting your student’s counselor.

About us…

Ann Cisar
Ann is the newest member to the Counseling Team but a familiar face in the Lyons Middle Senior office.  She has been the Attendance Clerk for 12 years at Lyons. She received her degree at University of Nebraska-Lincoln (B.S. Business Administration). Ann grew up in southwest Nebraska on a sheep and corn farm.  She attended a K-12 school and appreciates the small school atmosphere and close connection to the community.    Most of her adult life has been spent along the front range of Colorado.  She is married and has two children who have graduated from Lyons Middle Senior High School. Ann loves to spend time with family and friends and most recently her new grandson!  She loves to bake and supply the staff lounge with goodies.
Nina has spent the last 17 years as a mental health worker in various organizations, and twelve years as a school social worker. This is her eighth year at Lyons M/S High School as the Interventionist. Nina has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and earned a Masters of Social Work from the University of Denver. Nina is a Colorado native, born and raised in Denver, Colorado. She is an outdoor enthusiast and loves to travel.
Aimee Brown Counseling Bio
Aimee has worked as a school counselor for fourteen years, the last three at Lyons Middle Senior.   She started her career in education as a Social Studies teacher. She received her undergraduate degree from Colorado State University in Fort Collins (B.A. in Social Sciences) and her masters at University of Colorado at Denver (M.S. Counseling Psychology/Counselor Education). Aimee is a Colorado native and is married with three children.  She enjoys spending time with family, traveling, attending CSU football games (GO RAMS!), watching design shows on HGTV and taking long walks with her Goldendoodle, Lucie.

This is Jenna’s first year as a school counselor and at Lyons Middle Senior. Jenna started her career in mental health advocacy and has worked in various roles for mental health nonprofits. She has over ten years of experience of coaching youth soccer and is currently the head girls’ soccer coach at Niwot High School.  Jenna attended Macalester College in St. Paul, MN where she earned a B.A. in Psychology & Sociology. Jenna’s master degree is from the University of Colorado at Denver (M.S. Counseling Concentration in School Counseling). Jenna moved to Colorado in 6th grade from California and has been in Colorado ever since!  She enjoys spending time with her partner and two dogs, Nala and Pugsley. She loves to play soccer, but is always open to trying out new activities. She enjoys cooking, checking out new places to eat and spending time with friends and family in her spare time.