Mr. Andrew Smith

Phone: (719) 488-4750, ext. 11014, or Direct line (719) 867-8141


Degrees and Certifications:

Masters in Counseling, School Counseling Emphasis Licensed School Counselor Nationally Certified Counselor Licensed Professional Counselor - Candidate

Mr. Andrew Smith


Howdy! I am excited for my fourth year as the School Counselor here at Lewis-Palmer Elementary. A little about myself I am a Licensed School Counselor with a Masters degree in Counseling, School Counseling emphasis, from Adams State University. I have a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Cornell College in little Mt. Vernon, Iowa (Go Rams!). I have worked in education for eight years here in Colorado as well in Washington state. I also have worked two years in private clinics providing therapy to kiddos with Autism.  

I am originally from Colorado Springs and can think of no place better for my family. My wife and I have two kids, a 4.8 year old girl and 7.6 year old boy (they keep us on our toes)! I enjoy hiking, comic books, coffee, and love sports! If you need to reach me please feel free to send an e-mail or call. If I don't answer don't be afraid to leave a voicemail with your name and contact information and I will get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks!


  • Welcome to the Counseling Page at Lewis-Palmer Elementary.  There are some links under the Resources and Documents tab to the left.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact Andrew Smith at (719) 488-4750, ext 11014 or (719) 867-8141 for the direct line.  Click here to request a check-in with me.  Thanks! 

    Lewis-Palmer District 38 Wellness Resources can be accessed here.

  • D38 will offer free meals to all students, regardless of eligibility, beginning Monday, September 21, 2020. (If you are eligible for Free and Reduced meals, please apply for 2020-2021 benefits. You may then benefit from additional waived fees.) The USDA is financing these free meals with Congressionally appropriated funding. The USDA anticipates this funding will last through December.
    A free meal must meet the component requirements set forth by CDE which includes meat/meat alternate, grains, vegetables, fruits, and fluid milk (one of the components must be fruits and/or vegetables).
    While this funding is available, D38 will also offer free meals for online learners (children under 18 years old). Meals will be distributed between 11:15-11:45 a.m. (or until we run out of meals), Monday-Friday, at Lewis-Palmer High School. Access this drive through service via the north side of the building, across from practice fields. Enter off of Jackson Creek Parkway.
    Drinks (bottle of water, juice, or milk) that are not part of a free meal are available at their normal charge.
    In the middle and high schools, "a la carte" items will be available at their normal charge.
    If you have questions, contact Nutrition Services (719) 488-4726.  
    Tri-Lakes Cares ( is a local non-profit agency that offers resources for families.  They are currently offering food and grocery assistance to area families.  To request this assistance visit their website or their request form here.
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