Mrs. Angelee Davis

Phone: (208)585-3251


Degrees and Certifications:

Master of Arts, Educational Counseling Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA Bachelor of Arts, Social Science - Psychology Chapman University, Orange County, CA Idaho Pupil Personnel Services Certificate Member of American School Counselor's Association Member of Idaho School Counselor's Association MMS Leadership Team 2014-current Idaho Middle School Counselor of the Year, October 2015

Mrs. Angelee Davis

My name is Angie Davis and I have worked for Middleton School District for over six years.  My first three years I was the counselor for the three elementary schools and got to know many of the children here in Middleton.  The past three and a half years have been as a counselor at Middleton Middle School where it has been wonderful to reconnect with students and get to know and help new ones. It has been a privilege to watch students grow and develop into incredible young adults.  With such great kids come great parents and I have enjoyed working with parents in our district for the success of students.

As both an employee and a parent in this district, I have been highly impressed with the quality of staff and the education provided here. I feel grateful to be a part of this team.   

At Middleton Middle School I have been given the opportunity to be involved in several programs along with academic, social and emotional counseling. The "VIKES" program promotes positive behavior and character development through positive reinforcement and "VIKES in Excellence" which recognizes individual students excelling in course areas. I am honored to work in our afterschool program where I have the opportunity to facilitate groups, classes and individual counseling. Through these programs I have appreciated the support of parent volunteers and our Middleton and Treasure Valley community. 

I met my wonderful husband in seventh grade and twelve years later we were married. We have three children: a daughter who graduated from NNU in Pre-Med and is finishing her Physician Assistant degree from Idaho State University; a son that is a senior at BSU in the Pre-Dental program; and a son that is currently a Junior at Middleton High School. 

After living in California for fifteen years, we moved to Idaho and settled in Middleton.  We love this area and I love the opportunity to work and serve in my own community.  I have a strong dedication for the counseling profession.  It is a privilege to make a difference every day.  Counseling is more than a career to me, it is a passion that drives me every day to live a productive and meaningful life of service, guidance and inspiration.