• Seniors! Check out the Scholarship List!

    • ND Dollars for Scholars applications will open on January 1st! Student can create their profiles and logins before that day.

  • For those interested in the National Guard Contact:
    • SFC Brady Lyson, Recruiting NCO - (Cell) 701-260-8767

Our Team

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Lauren Roemmich

Social Worker-Dickinson High School

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Jillene Susag

School Psychologist

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Rudie Swanson

Counselor/Behavioral Health Specialist

Dickinson Public Schools School Counselor Mission Statement


All students in the Dickinson Public School District will have the academic, career, social, and emotional skills to reach their fullest potential to be college, career, and community ready.


The mission of the School Counseling Program is to provide services and support to all students for their lifelong success. Licensed School Counselors aim to empower all students to develop their academic, physical, social, personal, creative, and career potential.

Belief Statement

The Dickinson Public Schools K-12 school counseling program believes that school counseling is a fundamental part of the total school program and complements learning in the classroom. Every student has the right to a comprehensive school counseling program. Services are student-centered, proactive, and developmental. Counselors promote positive intellectual, behavioral, and emotional growth. The counseling program offers individual sessions, group sessions, classroom guidance lessons, academic and career readiness, and post-secondary placement testing. The school counseling program consults and collaborates with parents, teachers, and other professionals in the community, when appropriate, to ensure the best opportunities for the students. School Counseling services are intended to enhance the potential for success of all students.