Communicate with a Counselor
 
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  A-Cleland

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DEPARTMENT HEAD:

Clements-Gravitt

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Gray-Larrea

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Larrosa-O'Rourke

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Offringa-Slaughter

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Slusarski-Z

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COLLEGE, CAREER, and TRANSITIONS COUNSELOR

Military Family

Life Counselor

1st Semester Focus

9th-Freshman Yr.

  • Show Up-Come to school, because we miss you when you are gone!

  • Be On Time-Start the day by arriving at school on time, and keep it going all day.  No Tardies!

  • Stay Informed-Check your student email, Google Classroom, Remind 101 posts, and PowerSchool daily. to stay on top of your grades and assignments.

  • Get Connected-Find a school club, organization, or sport to explore.  Investing your time in your school through these opportunities will help you make your mark as a WILDCAT!

10th-Sophmore Yr.

  • Build it UP-No longer new to high school; now is the time to start building up everything you will need for your future: your GPA, your resume, your interests, and your reputation.

  • Make a plan-Start to think about what you would like to achieve by the end of this semester, by the end of the year, or by the end of high school. Turn those thoughts into goals and those goals into plans.  You REALLY can do anything..if you THINK ABOUT IT.

  • COMMIT-Commit to something.  Commit to trying something new or being better at something that you are already doing. Your growth potential is limitless.

11th-Junior Yr.

  • Take Care of Business-Stay on top of your student emails, Google Classroom, Remind 101 posts, and grades. Regardless of your plan after high school, the transition into your Senior year and beyond will be smoother when you are handling your business.

  • Explore Your Options: Speak with your parents/guardians, advisor, and counselor about your options after high school.  Each can help you plan job shadowing, industry interviews, and college visits.

  • Test-Most options after high school require an admission/entrance exam, so speak to your counselor about signing up for the PSAT, SAT, ACT, Accuplacer, and ASVAB.

SENIORS

  • Stay Informed-Check Advisement Google Classroom and the SENIOR page on the school website for information about ALL things SENIOR YEAR.

  • Take Action-Begin executing your plans for after high school: create a resume, speak to a recruiter, or apply to college/trade school.

  • Finish Strong-Maintain your attendance, monitor your grades, and stay off the obligation list to ensure a smooth path toward your final semester of high school.

  • ENJOY-High School is almost over.  Enjoy the last time at RHHS by attending sporting events, dances, and fine arts events with your classmates.