Kameron Wittmer
Kameron Wittmer
LNCS Keewaydin School Counselor 3rd-8th Grades

My name is Kameron Wittmer, and I am the licensed school counselor at Lake Nokomis Community School- Keewaydin. I have been a Keewaydin Eagle since 2014, and I have my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Missouri-Columbia and my Master of Education degree in School Counseling from DePaul University. 

As a licensed school counselor, I feel honored and privileged to support the needs of all students by providing academic, college/career, and personal/social assistance. I work with students individually, in small groups, and in the classroom. Working with students individually or in small groups I support academics by helping students find ways to improve their grades, learn better study/academic skills, and provide information to families about how to better support learning at home. I help students within the social/emotional areas by helping students navigate friendships, strengthen communication skills, and work to solve problems effectively. I am also here to support students with any issues that may be going on outside of school that inhibit them from learning at school. In the classroom, I teach a variety of lessons that focus on careers, academic skills, and social/emotional topics. I love building and cultivating positive relationships with my students on a daily basis and helping them to become successful individuals and contributors to our community.

Check out the sections to the right of the screen to learn more about my role as the school counselor at Keewaydin and important resources.

Please feel free to call or email me with any questions or concerns.  I look forward to meeting and working with all Keewaydin students and families this school year! Keewaydin ROCKS!!!

Kameron Wittmer | Kameron.Wittmer@mpls.k12.mn.us
LNCS-Keewaydin | Minneapolis Public Schools
(p) 612.668.4695 | (f) 612.668.4680

I Am Wall

The goal of this activity was to give all students a chance to share and appreciate each other’s differences. Each student was asked: "Who are you?" Then they completed the phrase “I am _______” in their own words on a sheet of paper (anonymously).  Some examples included: I am- Beautiful, brave, stressed out, unsure, loved, etc.  This was a wonderful opportunity for students and staff to see the strengths and hardships students are experiencing and to help recognize and appreciate each other’s differences.