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Your school counselor is here to help......

* Scheduling
* Promote positive attitudes among students towards self, family, peers and community.
* Assist students in learning how school performance relates to future opportunities.
* Working with students, parents and school staff to identify learning needs and to design interventions to enhance student success.
* Helping students to recognize and make the best of their abilities.
* Providing support during a personal crisis. 
* Working with students on attendance issues.
* Coordinating referrals to outside agencies.
* Developing student career awareness.
* Helping to create a safe and positive learning experience. 

*selecting classes/ career/college options
* Making friends
* Liking myself
* Getting along with others - conflict management
* Parents' divorce
* Being a "new kid"
* Studying
* Bullying
* Learning and responsibility
* Death and dying
* Abuse
* Harassment
* Moving away
* Being honest
* Organization
* Drug and alcohol abuse
* College/Career Readiness

Come visit your counselor!

* Before School        * After School         * Lunch

* Passing Period       * Ask your teacher for a pass


An important obligation of counselors is to maintain the confidentiality of relationships with students.  Therefore, the confidentiality of information received, and of any written or pupil records, is safeguarded.  The counselor is obliged not to disclose information that a student has shared within the context of the counseling relationship, unless such disclosures are necessary to protect the student from posing a serious threat to him or herself or to others.


Counseling staffCOUNSELING  


Hours 8:00 - 4:30

Phone # - 707-453-6282

Fax # - 707- 447-3093

Mrs. Anita Kelly
Counseling Secretary 
Habla Español

Mrs. Cindy Ayala, MS, PPS
 7th Grade

Ms. Lili Leon, MA, PPS
8th Grade

Kids and Socializing Online

Kids and Socializing Online

Social networking sites, chat rooms, and blogs are how teens socialize online.  Among the pitfalls that come with online socializing are sharing too much information or posting comments, photos, or videos that can damage a reputation or hurt someone’s feelings.  Applying real-world judgment can help minimize those risks.  

It is important that you educate yourself and your child:   Tell your child to only post what they’re comfortable with others seeing; Remind kids that once they post it, they can’t take it back; Tell your kids not to impersonate someone else; Help your kids understand what information should stay private; Politeness counts – no threats or bullying; Do not talk to someone you don’t know! For more parent information visit: