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MB School Counseling

The mission of the Middlebrook School Counseling Department is to support all students through their academic, career, and personal/social growth in accordance with district, state, and national standards.

Our School Counseling Department addresses individual student needs through the implementation of a comprehensive, standards-based program designed to enhance learning, improve classroom engagement, and address barriers that impede academic and/or personal/social success.  We strive to collaborate with the school community to develop productive, resourceful, and responsible global citizens.  

We look forward to hearing from you.

Mr. Bill Gerundo (8th Grade)            203-762-8388 x5252 (

Mrs. Bonnie O’Brien (7th Grade)     203-762-8388 x5253 (

Mr. Trane Kessler (6th Grade)          203-762-8388 x5267 (

Important Dates and News


  • Career Awareness Day - March 6, 2024: Career Awareness Day focuses on developing middle school students' awareness of the relationship among the world of work, career preparation, and school success.  Middlebrook students will have an opportunity to meet and interact with four different presenters in classrooms throughout the school.  We invite all parents and guardians to discuss your 'career' with our students.  Please contact Bill Gerundo with questions.

8th grade students and families:

  • 2024-2025 HS Course Registration Letter
  • 2024-2025 Instructions for Student Requests
  • 8th Grade Parent Presentation- "Demystifying the Course Registration Process"

    Date:  Thursday, February 8, 2024

    Time: 12-12:45pm

    Location: Wilton High School Little Theater

  • February, 2024 - 9th grade registration  
  • May, 2024 - Moving Up to Wilton High School (Parents/guardians only)
  • Please access this LINK to hear about our October 23rd 7pm Choice School Webinar!

Please check back regularly as we will be posting new information throughout the year!