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.
You may contact your school counselor by phone or email. To schedule an appointment with your counselor, please contact 952-681-5027 or email at email@example.com.
Puede comunicarse con Elena para tener asistencia en español o inglés.
|Students A-E||Karen Zollarfirstname.lastname@example.org||952-681-5030|
|Students F-Ln||John Boydemail@example.com||952-681-5033|
|Students Lo-Rn||Sara Schnadtfirstname.lastname@example.org||952-681-5035|
|Students Ro-Z||Dawn McNeilemail@example.com||952-681-5034|
|Multilingual Students in 9th Grade and Beacon Students||Danyelle Fisherfirstname.lastname@example.org||952-681-5263|
|Multilingual Students in 10th, 11th and 12th Grade||Bridget Michalekemail@example.com||
|Career & College Development Coordinator||Timmy Nguyenfirstname.lastname@example.org||952-681-5103|
|Counseling Office Secretary / Record Requests||Elena Ebneremail@example.com||952-681-5022|
|Counseling Office Secretary||Lisa Shefffirstname.lastname@example.org||952-681-5027|
|Counseling Office Fax||952-681-5025|
Report a Concern
- Credit Status Worksheet
- Registration Course Guide/Forms/Directions
- Decile Ranking
- PGP activities-Log into Canvas and find your advisory course
Counselor Class Presentations
Parent Resources: Booklets and Guides
- Chemical Health Resources
- Chemical Health Resource Guide
- Advice by Age
- Antidrug Parent Brochure
- General Parent Guide
- Guide for Adults Concerned About Adolescents
- Intervention Guide
- Navigating the Teen Years
- NIAAA Parent Booklet
- Lock Your Meds Campaign
- Conversation Starters
- Family Prevention Agreement
Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) is a program that allows 10th-12th grade students to take college courses at eligible participating postsecondary institutions and upon successful completion earn both high school and college credit while in high school. Typically students interested in PSEO take courses at Normandale Community College or the University of Minnesota, however PSEO participation is not limited to those institutions. Each participating college or university sets its own requirements for enrollment into PSEO courses.
11th and 12th grade students may take PSEO courses on a full or part-time basis; 10th graders may take one PSEO course in a Career and Technical Education related subject. Transportation is not provided for PSEO courses.
What scholarships are available?
Scholarship, grant, and financial aid information can be found on the Career & College Center page.
How do I request a transcript or letter of recommendation?
Follow the directions on this document.
How do I change my schedule?
Complete the Schedule Change Request Form and return the form to the counseling office secretary.
How to I apply for financial aid?
Financial aid information can be found on the Career & College Center page.
Who is the contact for records requests?