Your counselor is here for you! Please feel free to call or e-mail your school counselor during normal school hours with any question, comment or concern.
School Counseling Role
Our goal is to align our program with the American School Counselor Association’s (ASCA) National Model and the district’s strategic plan. The three main domains that guide our practice are academic, career, and social/emotional development. Our aim is to collaborate with students, parents, other education professionals, and the community to promote a positive school atmosphere that is conducive to growth and learning.
Counselor Contact Information
Assignments by Last Name (Grades 9-12)
|Counselor Name||Assignment||Contact Number|
|Student Last Name A-Er||(253) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Student Last Name Es-L||(253) email@example.com|
|Student Last Name M-Ro||(253) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Student Last Name Ru-Z||(253) email@example.com|
Career & College Specialist
Outside of these hours, if you have or someone you know has mental health concerns, here are some resources:
If you need someone to talk to, call 206-461-4922 or (866) TEENLINK (833-6546)
If it is urgent, call CCORS crisis line at 206-461-3222
In an emergency, call 911
Fill out and sign the middle school credit form, and send it to your/your child's counselor to have high school credits earned in middle school applied to the student transcript. This is typically done for math and world language courses.