USD 233—Olathe Public Schools
College and Career Readiness and Counseling Services Coordinator
Angie has been an educator since 1989 and a professional school counselor since 1997. She received her master’s degree in counseling from Wichita State University and began her school counseling career in USD 259—Wichita, spending time at Curtis Middle School and Heights High School. In 2003, she moved to Olathe to open Olathe Northwest High School. Angie became the Lead Counselor at Olathe Northwest in 2007, the district high school facilitator in 2014 and moved to the district counseling coordinator position in 2016. As the Olathe Counseling Coordinator, Angie supervises 82 counselors in 51 buildings, provides professional development for the district counselors, oversees the Individual Plan of Study initiative for the district, serves on the district mental health leadership team, and advocates for great counseling programs and counselors for all Olathe students.
Angie has been active in KCA and KSCA. She was President-elect, President, and Past President of NEKCA from 2003-2006, KCA Division and Member Support Chair in 2006, KCA Emerging Leader in 2006, KCA Secretary from 2009-2012, and KSCA Secondary Vice-President from 2016-present. In addition, Angie was the Northeast Kansas Counselor of the Year in 2007 and a finalist for KCA Counselor of the Year also that year. She led Olathe Northwest to being recognized by the Kansas State Department of Education with the Counseling Program Standard of Excellence Award in 2011. Angie currently facilitates a counselor education class through Kansas State University and is a featured guest with MNU and Baker University every semester.
Angie wants to continue to grow KSCA as a valuable resource for all members and her goal as KSCA Secretary would be to increase communication to all members and to provide a historical record of all KSCA meetings.
Kansas State University
Graduate Teaching Assistant, PhD Student Counselor Education and Supervision
Täna has been an educator since 2009 when she graduated from Fort Hays State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education. She taught for 5 years before completing a Master of Science in Counseling Degree also from Fort Hays State University. She worked as a school counselor at Centennial Middle School in Montrose, CO for 3 years before moving to Manhattan, KS to pursue a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision. Täna has also owned and operated a private counseling practice, ViewPoint Mental Health Counseling LLC, working primarily with the families of children and adolescents. Täna hopes to bring her enthusiasm and leadership experience to KSCA to support the growth and organization of our association.
Name: Teryl Goeckel
District: USD108, Washington County Schools
Title: 7-12 Counselor
Teryl Goeckel is proud to be the school counselor at Washington County Junior/Senior High School. She is passionate about assisting students, families, schools, communities and organizations to develop and build the futures they envision. She has teamed to design, develop and fund many programs such as TigerTime (a 7-12 flex-time for social-emotional learning and career development) and PowerZone (a K-6 After-School and summer school program) for her district and community. Currently, she is spear-heading the development of a $600,000 multi-district grant which (if awarded) will serve 7-12 students in five schools. Teryl has served on the KCA and ACT boards as well as holding offices in NCKCA. She is currently a member of ASCA, KCA, KSCA, and NCKCA and feels fortunate to represent you as the Kansas School Counselor of the Year. Teryl received her master’s degree in school counseling and personnel services in 2001. In addition to school, Teryl loves spending time farming/ranching with her husband, three sons, three daughter-in- laws, and six (soon to be seven!) grandchildren. Teryl is excited for the opportunity to serve KSCA members as the Secondary Vice-President. “Kansas Can” at the state level and KSCA’s “RAMP” movement at the national level both will have a significant impact on secondary counseling programs. As Secondary Vice-President, she would share timely information about both movements with ASCA members as well as commit to increasing the membership of ASCA. We can accomplish so much more as a united colleagues!
Alison Flory Replogle
Smoky Valley USD 400
School Counselor, Soderstrom Elementary School
Alison has been an elementary school counselor for the past 16 years. She received her Masters in School Counseling from the University of Northern Iowa. In addition to her work as a school counselor, Alison is a part of the Restorative Justice in Schools training team for KIPCOR (Kansas Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution) and is a trained mediator. She also works with families through Circles USA, a program designed to help families get out of poverty. In her free time, Alison loves going for bike rides, baking, playing board games and spending time with her husband and 4 children.
KSCA membership is growing! We need visionary, emerging leaders in the school counseling profession to help us expand so that we can provide greater services to our members and stakeholders. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to apply for any of our open positions.