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Counseling Office

 

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

 

The Counseling Department at SCHS has adopted the National Standards for School Counseling. These standards focus on helping students achieve competencies through three areas of student development: academic, career and personal/social.

The mission of the guidance and counseling program is to promote and enhance student learning through these three areas by helping students match their skills & abilities, interests, and knowledge, values, and preferences with plans that meet students’ educational and future goals.

 

 

 

To help keep you informed about important news and updates from the counseling office, please sign up to receive text messages for your class!

 

SEND A TEXT TO 81010, then enter the message for your class and last name!

 

Class of 2020 (Last Names A - L) - Message: @swcrk2020a

Class of 2020 (Last Names M - Z) - Message: @swcrk2020b

 

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Class of 2023 (Last Names A - L) - Message: @swcrk2023a

Class of 2023 (Last Names M - Z) - Message: @swcrk2023b

 

 

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

 

Cheryl Reger

 

Grades 9-11 (A-F)

Grade 12 (A-G)

 

591-1870

 
 

 Sarah Bessolo

 

Grades 9-11 (G-N)

Grade 12 (H-N)

 

   591-1869    

sbessolo@swcrk.org

Michelle Horning

 

O - Z

 

   591-1868    

Becky Natzel

 

  Secretary

 

   591-1866    

rnatzel@swcrk.org

Stan Page

 

Social Worker

 

591-1818

Ginger Ortiz

 

Career Resource Coordinator

 

591-1825

 

 

Counseling Office Fax

 

591-1898

 

 

Online Learning

Students must have a C+ or better in the content of the requested online class. If the requested online class is yearlong, the student must have received a C+ in both semesters. Counselors will check second semester grades to ensure eligibility.  The student must have the signed parent permission form returned to their counselor. Once deemed eligible to take online courses, the student must pass an online readiness test.  Other restrictions may apply based on district policy and State Law 21F.  Only courses from the state catalog may be selected.

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SELECTIVE SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

All 18-year-old males by law must register for Selective Service. You can register online at sss.gov.  You can also preregister at 17 years and 3 months of age and your registration will be held until you reach age 18.  Failure to register is against the law and could result in a fine, prison time and a loss of financial aid for college. If you have any questions, please talk to your guidance counselor.