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Welcome! We are here to help!

What do Counselors Do?

Mrs. Gayle Hamilton

6th - 8th Grade: A-L 


Ms. Paulina Tamayo

6th - 8th Grade: M-Z 


We help students:

  • with grades, classes (academics)
  • with friends and other people (social, emotional)
  • with personal issues (social, emotional)
  • with planning for the future (career)

How do counselors help?

  • We will listen to you
  • We will clarify and explain things to you
  • We can mediate in case of a conflict
  • We can refer you to a person or place for more help

When to ask to see your counselor:

  • When you are confused about your classes
  • When you need help with a class, friends, or other people
  • When you feel really sad, angry, or worried

What are the requirements for School Counselors?

All school Counselors are credentialed by the California Commission on Teaching Credentialing and possess a Pupil Personnel Services Credential in the state of California.