ONHS Counselors |Support Staff

Olathe North Counselors | Support Staff

“Dedicated to the Success of our Students”

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TAMMIE MILKE
  • Lead Counselor
  • Enrollment
  • Testing Coordinator
  • Master Schedule
  • Bachelor’s in History
  • Master’s in Counseling (Wichita State)
  • Married
  • Enjoys reading and watching scary movies
  • Known for baking her FAMOUS Peanut Butter Chocolate cake
Tammie Milke

tmilkeon@olatheschools.org

L – Ra

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  • AVID program facilitator
  • Focus on Scholarships and NCAA eligibility
  • B.S. in Family Studies and Secondary Education (FACS)
  • M.S. in School Counseling
  • Married to my best friend
  • 1 daughter and 1 on the way
  • 2 dogs
Alicia Jackson

ajacksonon@olatheschools.org

 E – K

SUSAN_BARR
  • 21st Century/Career Tech Programs
  • Link Crew Co-Coordinator
  • Foreign Exchange
  • Career Cruising
  • S. Human Ecology, Kansas State
    University, 2008
  • M.S. School Counseling, Emporia State University, 2015
  • FACS teacher for previous 7 years
  • Fascinated by Myers-Briggs and the Enneagram
  • Lover of Saturday Night Live
  • I like my coffee iced!
 Susan Barr

sbarron@olatheschools.org

A – D

JEFFREY_HERNANDEZ
  • College Now
  • ASVAB
  • KSD
  • Kansas Boys and Girls State
  • Military
  • B.S. in Criminal Justice
  • M.S in School Counseling (Kansas State University)
  • United States Army Veteran
  • Fluent in English & Spanish
  • Married
Jeffrey Hernandez

jhernandezon@olatheschools.org

Re – Z   

SETH_SCHWIETERMAN
  • Special Education Counseling Liaison
  • Administrative Liaison
  • 504 Coordinator
  • Special Education Teacher for 12 year
  • Bachelors of Science in Education, Kansas State 2004
  • S. Adaptive Education, Emporia State 2006
  • S. School Leadership, Baker University 2015
Seth Schwieterman

sschwietermanon@olatheschools.org

Counselor Liaison

ERIN_DAVIS
  • 16th year as a school psychologist in Olathe
  • Ed. S. in School Psychology from KU
  • BA in Psychology from KU
  • Work with evaluation team and problem solving teams in the building
  • Work primarily with grades 10, 11 this year, but available to help all students in Room 306
Erin Davis

edavison@olatheschools.org

Psychologist

  • 6th year as a school psychologist, second year in Olathe District Schools
  • Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology
  • Educational Specialist degree (EdS) in School Psychology
  • Both degrees from University of Kansas
  • Member of Student Intervention Team and Evaluation teams
  • Available daily to support staff and students in room 221
  • 2016-2017 school year will work with grades 9 & 12
Matt Sidarous

msidarouson@olatheschools.org

Psychologist

BENJAMIN_MUSTAIN
  • Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker
  • Bachelor of Social Work – University of Kansas 2005
  • Master of Social Work – University of Kansas 2008
  • 2016 – 2017 school year working with 10th and 11th grades
  • Student Intervention Team Member
  • Crisis Team Member
  • First year at Olathe North, previously worked 12 years in mental health
  • ENFP on the Myers-Briggs
  • Room 307
Ben Mustain

mailto:bmmustain@olatheschools.org

Social Worker

 KATHERINE_HARRIS
  • Licensed Master Social Worker
  • Bachelor of Social Work – University of St. Thomas
  • Masters of Social Work – University of Kansas
  • 2016 – 2017 school year will work with 9th and 12th grade
  • Student Intervention Team Member
  • Crisis Team Member
  • Loves tennis, Rocky, St. Louis Cardinals, and KU Jayhawks
  • From St. Louis
  • Room 201

Katie Harris

keharris@olatheschools.org

Social Worker

RobinsonTremesha2 Ms. Robinson is joining us this year from the Kansas State College Advising Corps (KSCAC). Ms. Robinson recently graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree from University of Missouri – St. Louis, but spent her high school years in the Kansas City Area. While the KSCAC program descriptions are below, Ms. Robinson is excited to have been integrated into all aspects of our student body and is enjoying helping any students who are in need.

The Kansas State College Advising Corps program is a solution for Greater Kansas City’s workforce development. Housed at K-State Olathe and supported by a grant from the Kauffman Foundation, it is a “best fit” college advising model that helps low-income, first-generation college and underrepresented high school students navigate the complex issues associated with selecting and entering a university of

https://www.k-state.edu/kscac

Tremesha Robinson

trobinson@olatheschools.org

College Advisor