Mrs. Law’s
School Counselor Page

The mission of the Lexington School District Counseling Department is to provide a proactive, comprehensive, and developmentally appropriate program to address students' academic and career goals in addition to supporting their personal and social emotional needs.

 Contact me:

Jennifer Law, Junior High School Counselor

Phone: 419-884-2112

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Mental Health:

If you have a mental health/emotional crisis there are caring professionals available 24 hours a day!

Call HELPLINE: 419-522-4357(H.E.L.P.)


Text the Crisis Text Line at 741741


Just need to talk, but you are not in crisis? 

Call the Warmline at 419-522-5300

Richland County Community Resources

FIRST CALL 211 (by phone 2-1-1)

First Call is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week by telephone. A staff member will assist the caller throughout the call to define the nature of the inquiry, and explore solutions together. To best assist the caller, the staff member may ask questions (such as age, zip code, and status of others in the household) to help determine eligibility and direct him or her to the services that best meet his or her needs.  Information shared during a call is confidential.

 What kind of information can I receive from First Call 211?

             Mental Health Resources

             Food Pantries and Community Meals


             Financial Assistance Information

             Utility Assistance

             Transportation Options

             State and Local Government Offices

             Consumer Protection/Consumer Education

             Seasonal Assistance

             Abuse Reporting

             Food/Nutrition Programs

             Immunizations/Health Care and Screenings

Contact 2-1-1 at:

By Phone (2-1-1)

Alternate Line: 419.522.4636

Toll Free: 877.795.2111



A student and family’s privacy is very important.  All information shared with a counselor will remain confidential unless a student shares a plan to harm him or herself or someone else or there is suspicion a student may be a victim of abuse or neglect. In these situations, we are required by law to report this information to parents and/or to appropriate agencies.

Counselors may share information with school personnel with parent or student permission.