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Mr. Joel Mero will be the K-12 counselor for Fowler Public Schools starting in the 2019 – 2020 school year.  Mr. Mero is in his fourteenth year on the high school staff. His job includes personal counseling, career exploration and guidance, being a crisis response team member, director of standardized testing, MME coordinator for the school district, organizer of job shadowing and college visitations, and vocational tech coordinator.  He is endorsed by the State of Michigan as a school counselor, and is a former member of the Clinton County Counselor’s Association. In the past he taught social studies at the high school and coached JV football and varsity track.  

Counseling Schedule:  8:00 a.m. –  2:45 p.m.

Contact Information:  (989) 593-2250

College Preparation

College Planning Help – Dr. Frank Bernier’s Website for College Planning materials

Norman J. and Rosaline M. Luttig Scholarship – The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarships to deserving high school graduates who reside in Clinton County, Michigan and who are pursuing an architectural or engineering degree. Students eligible for scholarships must be a graduating high school senior, be a resident of Clinton County, Michigan, have confirmed acceptance into one of the following schools at a four year college or university: Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Electrical Engineering; and, have a high school GPA of 3.0. The scholarship is $1,000.00 to $2,000.00 per year. Click here for application: The deadline for application is February 12, each year.

John Luttig Scholarship – The mission of the John Luttig Scholarship Fund is to provide scholarships to deserving high school graduates from a Michigan school district who are pursuing an architectural degree at Lawrence Technological University (LTU), Southfield, Michigan. Click here for the application

Seniors are encouraged to make applications to the college or trade school of their choice by Thanksgiving vacation.  This enables the student to see their options and make informed decisions about a future career.  Seniors should continue to fill out scholarship applications and searching for all forms of financial aid.  The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) should be completed by the student and parent/guardian during January and February.  The FAFSA is due in the processors hands by March 1 to be eligible for state aid.  The high school Counselor’s, the financial aid person at the college of choice, and the federal aid program, at 1-800-433-3243, will assist in completing the FAFSA.


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