School counselors provide guidance with academic planning and post-graduation goals and support for social and emotional well-being. Counselors act as advocates, collaborating with students, parents, and teachers to ensure success and keep students on track to reach their personal goals.
Career Pathways Guide
Students and parents can learn about classes and programs offered in a variety of career areas to help align course selections with students' areas of interest.
You may contact your school counselor by phone or email. To schedule an appointment with your counselor, please contact Mary Reilly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952-806-7625 or drop by the Counseling Office to schedule an appointment.
|Students A-E||Jennifer Buckemail@example.com||952-806-7622|
|Students F-K||Karen Ericksonfirstname.lastname@example.org||952-806-7623|
|Students L-Re||Erik Torgersonemail@example.com||952-806-7624|
|Students Rh-Z||Catherine Cretzmeyerfirstname.lastname@example.org||952-806-7619|
|Career and College Counselor||Becky Wallerickemail@example.com||952-806-7692|
|Counseling secretary||Mary Reillyfirstname.lastname@example.org||952-806-7625|
Mental Health Counseling
Contacting a school counselor often is a first step in seeking help when you don't know where else to turn. If you're not sure who to call and would like to talk with someone confidentially, please contact us.
- Crisis Intervention
- Chemical Health Information and Referral
- Support Service Coordination
- Support Groups
- Staff Consultation and Support
- Mindfulness Class