Guidance Staff

Last Updated: 11/24/2020 2:49 PM

jasonMr. Jason Bartholomew
High School Guidance Counselor
Phone: 570- 784-2850 ext. 3124

 Mr. Bartholomew graduated from Wilkes University in 2001 with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. He then received his Master's Degree in Psychology from Marywood University in 2005 followed by earning an Educational Specialist - Secondary Guidance Counselor Certification in 2010. Jason has taught General Psychology, Life Span Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, and Child Development at Wilkes University, Luzerne County Community College, and Bloomsburg University.

Mrs. Alycia Fairchild
High School Guidance Counselor
Phone:570-784-2850 ext. 3123

Mrs. Fairchild graduated with a dual bachelors degree in Criminal Justice and Anthropology from Bloomsburg University. She then received her Masters in Elementary and Secondary school counseling from Bloomsburg University. Alycia was the secondary school counselor at Millville for 6 years. She joined Central Columbia Counseling staff in 2015-2016 school year.

Mrs. Heather Kishbaugh

Guidance Secretary

Phone: 570-784-2850 ext. 3120



Jen Haubert  Mrs. Jen Haubert
  Social Worker
  Phone  570-784-2850 ext. 3121

  Mrs. Haubert is a former Central Columbia graduate and a 2008 graduate of Bloomsburg University, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work.  She continued her education at Marywood University, earning her Master’s degree in Social Work in 2010. Mrs. Haubert is currently employed by CMSU as a Prevention Specialist and has been contracted at Central Columbia School District since 2011.  Mrs. Haubert provides prevention services to Central Columbia students in grades K-12, and helps to link families to resources within the community.  Mrs. Haubert also serves on the SAP team in the Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.

jimMr. James Murtin
Chief of Safety for CCSD/ Student Assistance Program Coordinator
Phone:570-784-2850 ext. 3122

Mr. Murtin graduated with a bachelor's degree in Public Administration and Affairs from the University of Scranton.  He went on to a 27 year career in the Pennsylvania State Police, achieving the rank of Captain while also attending and graduating from the FBI National Academy prior to retiring in 2010. He then served as Director of Security at the PPL Susquehanna Nuclear Plant in Berwick until 2012.