Counseling Services & Procedures
- Provide individual counseling to students as we support their academic, personal, and social needs.
- Collaborate with students, parents, teachers, and administrators with the intention of empowering students to make informed decisions about their academic success.
- Monitor students’ academic progress and provide interventions for students receiving D/F grades. Monitor and support students meeting their graduation requirements.
- Support students as they complete their High School and Beyond Plan. Provide consultation for college and career exploration and applications.
- Explore and connect students and families to community resources.
Meeting with a school counselor
- Students can access their counselor without an appointment, before or after school, during Grizzly Period, or at lunch.
- If the counselor is not available, students may fill out a “Counselor Request” form in the counseling office and request to be called for a meeting.
- Students may email their counselor to schedule an appointment or use their online booking system if available.
- Students are expected to complete courses they registered for (yearlong or semester).
- Counselors will meet with students to review their schedule if they are missing a graduation requirement, they do not have a complete schedule and/or if the student is misplaced in a course sequence.
- If extenuating circumstances require a student to request a course be dropped after ten (10) school days into a
- A “Request to Drop a Course” form must be completed and signed by the student and parent/guardian.
- The form should be submitted to the counselor who will seek administrative approval or denial. If a “drop” is approved and the student is passing the course, the student will receive a “W” grade on their transcript and will not earn credit. If the student is not passing the course, an “F” grade will appear on the transcript. Credit will not be earned for either an “F” nor “W” grade.
College & Career Center
- College planning and research assistance with the scholarship search college visits.
- Career exploration, and apprenticeships, Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center information, and job board postings.
- Summer enrichment and internship postings
Resources are available! Start by completing the online Free & Reduced Lunch Meal Application. Students may qualify for support with clothing, school supplies, class fees, fines, field trips, and dual-credit fees. Please see your counselor if you have questions.
Mental health resources
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - Call 988 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
- Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor.
- Call or text 988 for suicide prevention and any other mental health support.
- Basic needs like food and shelter - Call 211.