Phone: (651) 744-6662
Degrees and Certifications:
University of Minnesota / Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education University of Wisconsin – River Falls / Master’s Degree in School Counseling Bullying Prevention Specialist / American School Counselor Association (ASCA)
My name is Becky Luetje, and I have had the privilege to be the Counselor at JAJ since 2014! I am both a licensed school counselor and a licensed teacher, with a Master’s Degree in School Counseling from the University of Wisconsin – River Falls, and a a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Minnesota (go Gophers!).
I have lived in the Twin Cities my entire life. Besides being at JAJ, my favorite thing to do is hang out with my family! My husband, Dan, and I are the parents of 2 adult children, Lissa and Henry. They keep me laughing, and I enjoy every minute I get to spend with them. I also enjoy reading a good book, taking walks, and connecting with friends. We have a cat named Princess, and a dog named Red.
I am proud to be a part of the JAJ school community. We are strong. We work together, learn together, and support one another. I can't think of a place I would rather be!
Our Comprehensive School Counseling Program is for every student at JAJ.
- Classroom lessons
- Group counseling (friendship skills, emotion management, career exploration, etc.)
- Brief, solution-focused individual counseling
- Parent consultations
- Teacher consultations
- Community resource referrals
John A. Johnson School Counseling Vision:
JAJ students are healthy, resilient adults who are valued and respected for the contributions they make to the communities in which they live. They are problem-solvers, able to navigate through whatever challenges they face with skill and determination. Possessing the skills needed to develop and maintain healthy relationships with the people in their lives, they achieve greatness in their careers and in life. Their families, their communities, and the world are better off because of them, and they make us all proud.