Counseling Department Personnel

PreciMr. Ryan Preci
School Counselor &
District High School Counselor Support
Grades 11-12 (A-K)
812-476-3051, ext. 77006

After graduating in 2007 with a Bachelor's in Music in Music Education from Millikin University, Mr. Preci began his education career in a rural town in So Illinois as a 5-12 Band Director. In 2012 he decided to begin an online Master's program in School Counseling from Missouri Baptist University. Graduating in 2014 with a Master's of Arts in School Counseling, Mr. Preci joined the counseling team at Harrison. In 2018 Mr. Preci graduated from Purdue University with an additional Master's of Education in Instructional Design. Working with students has always been a passion of his and looks forward to everyday he gets to spend at Harrison!


bakerMrs. Barbara Baker
School Counselor
Grades 11-12 (L-Z)
812-476-3051, ext. 77003

Mrs. Baker moved to Evansville with her family in 1996 and joined EVSC in the spring of 2001. Soon after, she became a member of Harrison's Counseling team in the fall of 2001. Mrs. Baker had previous teaching, counseling and coaching experiences in Michigan and New Jersey. She earned her Bachelor’s degree In Physical Education and Health from Indiana University and her Masters in Counseling from Montclair State University in New Jersey. “ I truly enjoy working with students, families and the staff at Harrison High School.”


hornerMrs. Jennifer Horner
School Counselor
Grades 9-10 (A-K)
812-476-3051, ext. 77004

Mrs. Horner earned her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Mental Health Counseling and Rehabilitation from Marshall University in West Virginia. She moved to Vincennes with her husband and one son in 1996. She had another son in Vincennes and her family moved to Evansville in 2002. Mrs. Horner spent many years counseling individuals, families, marriages, and teens. She also spent 11 years working as a college advisor before coming to Harrison in January of 2017. She enjoys helping, challenging, inspiring, and motivating young people. "It is such a privilege and a blessing to have a job that I love and such a wonderful team to work with."


browningMr. Ethan Browning
School Counselor
Grades 9-10 (L-Z)
812-476-3051, ext. 77005

Harrison High School welcomes Mr. Browning as a new freshman/sophomore counselor! Mr. Browning is a 1990 graduate of HHS, and a 1995 graduate of Western Kentucky University where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Social Work. He received his Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Southern Indiana and has spent the last 20 years in EVSC as a behavior consultant. He has a second certification in guidance and counseling from Western as well. "Harrison has always been my home and love that I have the opportunity to give back to the school that gave to me."

effingerMrs. Crescent Effinger
Admin. Assistant to Counselors
812-476-3051, ext. 73051

Mrs. Effinger graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a Bachelor's of Science in Education. After teaching for a number of years as a Language Arts teacher she took some time off to raise her family. Returning to education, Mrs. Effinger has taken on a new role as Administrative Assistant to the Counselors. "She runs a tight ship, and we always get things done!" - Mr. Preci


tedrowMrs. Dawn Tedrow
Youth First Social Worker
812-477-1046, ext. 77021

After moving to Indiana wither her son and daughter in 2001, Mrs. Tedrow began her Bachelor's of Science in Psychology at the University of Southern Indiana. Graduating in 2006, she then when back to obtain her Master's in Clinical Social Work at USI where she graduated in 2008. In 2013 Mrs. Tedrow obtained her LCSW. Mrs. Tedrow began her mental health career as a Behavior Interventionist for the EVSC at Thompkins Middle School. In 2012 she began her career as a Social Worker with Youth First where she worked with students at Mt. Vernon Jr/Sr High School. After working in Mt. Vernon Mrs. Tedrow transferred to Harrison in 2016. "I feel very passionate about empowering students to find their voice and teach them to communicate their needs appropriately."

Mrs. Tedrow is on-site at HHS helping students both socially and emotionally so they can achieve academically. Students come to school with all types of baggage and she helps our students overcome these obstacles to become better students, individuals and people.

LeMarceo Shemwell
College Connections Coach
Mondays and Tuesdays
812-483-0006