Message from the Counselors


    FGMS Guidance Counselors

    Forest Glen School Counselors promotes and enhances achievements with an annual comprehensive school counseling plan that ensures that every student receives school counseling services. We provide comprehensive counseling programs that incorporate prevention and intervention with continuous academic and personal/development activities that will prepare them for meaningful participation in a diverse, changing world.  These activities include classroom guidance, small groups for skill mastery, individual counseling for students with specific needs, and a variety of other proactive and innovative ways to support student performance.
    We implement a program based on the National Standards for School Counseling Programs and the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model.

    We also provide resources to staff, students, families, and others to ensure that a family-friendly environment is established and ensure that students have access to a safe school climate necessary for academic and social/emotional growth. 

    The mission of the Broward County Public Schools’ school counselors is to implement a proactive school counseling program that fosters academic achievement, career awareness, personal growth, and a positive self-image for all students within a safe and secure learning environment. For more information, you may visit Broward County School Counselor Page.

     We encourage you to contact either of us if you have any questions or concerns regarding your child.


    Should you need to contact a guidance counselor, you can email them at  FGMS Counseling or call 754-322-3400.

    All our best.
  • FGMS Mission and Vision Statement

    Mission of Forest Glen’s School Counseling Program:

    The mission of the FGMS comprehensive school counseling program is to provide a developmentally appropriate services addressing academic, career and social-emotional needs of all students while providing support to families in partnership with communities. 


    Empowering students with the skills and knowledge necessary to become caring, productive members of society

  • Bell Schedule

    Bell Schedule

    Regular and Early Release Bell Schedule

  • 504 - Liaison Contact

    504 Liaison Contact Flyer

  • Community Partners Resources Guide

    This Community Partners Resource Guide is comprehensive, and it provides countywide partnerships that are strong and of incredible assistance to all school communities by capitalizing on the resources our partners can offer.  To learn more on resources are available click on the Community Partnership Resource Guide link.


    What’s Inside:

    • Career and Job Skills
    • Education Enrichment
    • eLearning Day Care
    • Behavioral Health Service
    • Social Services
    • Special Needs

  • Covid 19 Parent Resources

    Covid 10 Parent Resources

    Covid 19 Parent Resources - Page 2

  • Homeless Education

    Homeless Education

    The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act of 2001 was amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015.  These very important federal laws protect the educational rights of students (PreK-12) who have lost housing and are living in transition.  The ultimate goal is to remove barriers that might prevent students experiencing homelessness from enrolling, attending and succeeding in school.

    To learn more about homeless and the available resources Homeless clink on (H.E.A.R.T.) 

  • Registration and Withdrawal Information

    Registration and Withdrawal

    To register your child(ren), please complete the forms below and email them to the Ms. Maria Schwartz, Registrar at  Ms. Schwartz will contact you with additional information she may need.  For registration and withdrawal you can visit District's Enrollment & Withdrawal for more information.

    Student Registration Form

    Student Emergency Card

    Shared Housing Form

     School Board Policy 5.1 Enrollment and Withdrawals - Enrollment & Withdrawal Policy
    Documents needed for registration 


    Students Who are Transferring Out-of-County, to Private School or Home School: Parents who need to withdraw their student should contact the school directly at 754-322-3400 or email Ms. Maria Schwartz at  The following information will be needed to withdraw the student(s):

    - Please note only the registering parent can withdraw a student

    - A letter/email requesting the draw of the student(s) from Forest Glen Middle School

    - A copy of the registering parent government issued identification


    Students Who Have Moved Within the County: Any student who moved within the county will continue online learning at their current school.  Once the physical schools are open for students, parent can contact the current school to withdraw and contact the new school to complete registration paperwork and transfer to the new school.

  • Social Emotional Learning (SEL) & Mindfulness Resources

    Social Emotional Learning (SEL) & Mindfulness Resources 

    Information and resources please visit:

    Inner Explorer - Free App

    Please see the link below to check out the free Inner Explorer App. This is an excellent resource to help students, families, and staff to reduce stress, improve learning, and foster resiliency.

    The Inner Explorer program is a series of daily 5-10 minute audio-guided mindfulness practices. The program focuses on key areas of development, bringing mindfulness to education and helping students prepare for learning. Daily practice teaches kids the practical techniques to appropriately handle difficult emotions such as stress, anxiety, anger and more. Inner Explorer offers programs for all age-groups (PreK-12) that help students with the following themes:

    •  Discovering Breathing and Relaxation Exercises
    •  Learning Awareness of Senses
    •  Using Thought and Emotional Regulation
    •  Developing Compassion and Connection
    •  Promoting Social Emotional Learning

    FREE Daily Virtual Mindfulness Practices for the Global Community!


    Inner Space of Kindness is providing FREE daily virtual mindfulness practices to help reduce the heightened stress and anxiety due to the global pandemic and to build resilience. Session facilitators are a diverse collective of qualified and experienced local South Florida teachers dedicated to well-being and loving-kindness for all.

    Meditations are scheduled daily for the following times below. Some offerings are in English and Spanish. Check our Facebook page for details.

    Click on link to access Zoom directly per recurring day/time offering or connect via telephone following the directions:

    Monday - Friday, 7:00AM on Zoom at

    Meeting ID: 476 911 471

    Monday - Friday, 1:00PM on Zoom at

    Meeting ID: 464 708 693

    Monday - Friday, 7:30PM on Zoom at

    Meeting ID: 862 312 075

    Saturday and Sunday, 9AM on Zoom at

    Meeting ID: 183 885 042

    Saturday and Sunday, 2PM on Zoom at

    Meeting ID: 935 319 331

    International dial in by telephone: find your local number at this link, and then enter the meeting ID. (fees and rates with your local carrier may apply).

    We ask that you mute your sound upon joining the session.

    Please share this invitation with your family, friends, colleagues and community.

    Free Virtual Grief Support Groups Now Available with Children's Bereavement Center

    In the face of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Children's Bereavement Center (CBC) will continue to serve South Florida as a grief resource for children, teens and adults.  Their in-person groups are temporarily suspended, however they now have online support options.

    CBC is currently offering FREE VIRTUAL grief peer support groups for:

    - Middle School Youth

    - High School Teens

    - Adults (English)

    - Adults (Spanish)

    We are also working with our art and music specialists to create activities that our elementary-aged participants can complete at home with their parents or caregivers. If you or someone you know needs support after the loss of a loved one: