Counseling
The Counseling Department
 
                                           Counseling 2014-15  
From Left to Right: Donna Mendez, Jill Castelloe, Melanie Parham, Michelle Eldridge,
                                                 Michelle Wagaman, Natalie Anderson, Devon McCarthy,  and Alli Hostetter
 
At Roberson, the Counseling Department has divided the student body among the counselors in order to provide personalized counseling as much as possible.  One counselor oversees the entire freshman class and has an office in the Freshman Academy.  Once students enter the tenth grade they are divided up alphabetically according to their last name and will remain with the same counselor through graduation.
 
Divisions are as follows:

For 10th - 12th graders contact the counselor who oversees students with last names beginning with the following:

*click a name to email a counselor.
 
 All Counseling Department members will:

assist with student orientation, registration, and scheduling.

review and complete permanent records.

coordinate services for students with extended illnesses, students with disabilities, and homebound students.

assist in student preparation for PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, PACT, and ACT.

conduct group sessions with students, helping them clarify values, set goals, solve problems, and make decisions.

collect and distribute college and career information.

provide individual counseling.

provide individual career and educational planning.

provide Progress Report Forms upon request.

provide letters of reference.

make referrals to appropriate school resources such as the Industry Education Coordinator, school nurse, vocational counselor, etc.

make student and/or parent referrals to appropriate community agencies.

assist with placement of students at Buncombe Community School.

coordinate parent-teacher conferences.

update four-year plans for each student.

review and evaluate transfer students.

 

 
 

 

communicate with students and parents through parent letters, newsletters, and an annual calendar of school events.

The Counseling Department
 
                                           Counseling 2014-15  
From Left to Right: Donna Mendez, Jill Castelloe, Melanie Parham, Michelle Eldridge,
                                                 Michelle Wagaman, Natalie Anderson, Devon McCarthy,  and Alli Hostetter
 
At Roberson, the Counseling Department has divided the student body among the counselors in order to provide personalized counseling as much as possible.  One counselor oversees the entire freshman class and has an office in the Freshman Academy.  Once students enter the tenth grade they are divided up alphabetically according to their last name and will remain with the same counselor through graduation.
 
Divisions are as follows:

For 10th - 12th graders contact the counselor who oversees students with last names beginning with the following:

*click a name to email a counselor.
 
 All Counseling Department members will:

assist with student orientation, registration, and scheduling.

review and complete permanent records.

coordinate services for students with extended illnesses, students with disabilities, and homebound students.

assist in student preparation for PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, PACT, and ACT.

conduct group sessions with students, helping them clarify values, set goals, solve problems, and make decisions.

collect and distribute college and career information.

provide individual counseling.

provide individual career and educational planning.

provide Progress Report Forms upon request.

provide letters of reference.

make referrals to appropriate school resources such as the Industry Education Coordinator, school nurse, vocational counselor, etc.

make student and/or parent referrals to appropriate community agencies.

assist with placement of students at Buncombe Community School.

coordinate parent-teacher conferences.

update four-year plans for each student.

review and evaluate transfer students.

 

 
 

 

communicate with students and parents through parent letters, newsletters, and an annual calendar of school events.

The Counseling Department
 
                                           Counseling 2014-15  
From Left to Right: Donna Mendez, Jill Castelloe, Melanie Parham, Michelle Eldridge,
                                                 Michelle Wagaman, Natalie Anderson, Devon McCarthy,  and Alli Hostetter
 
At Roberson, the Counseling Department has divided the student body among the counselors in order to provide personalized counseling as much as possible.  One counselor oversees the entire freshman class and has an office in the Freshman Academy.  Once students enter the tenth grade they are divided up alphabetically according to their last name and will remain with the same counselor through graduation.
 
Divisions are as follows:

For 10th - 12th graders contact the counselor who oversees students with last names beginning with the following:

*click a name to email a counselor.
 
 All Counseling Department members will:

assist with student orientation, registration, and scheduling.

review and complete permanent records.

coordinate services for students with extended illnesses, students with disabilities, and homebound students.

assist in student preparation for PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, PACT, and ACT.

conduct group sessions with students, helping them clarify values, set goals, solve problems, and make decisions.

collect and distribute college and career information.

provide individual counseling.

provide individual career and educational planning.

provide Progress Report Forms upon request.

provide letters of reference.

make referrals to appropriate school resources such as the Industry Education Coordinator, school nurse, vocational counselor, etc.

make student and/or parent referrals to appropriate community agencies.

assist with placement of students at Buncombe Community School.

coordinate parent-teacher conferences.

update four-year plans for each student.

review and evaluate transfer students.

 

 
 

 

communicate with students and parents through parent letters, newsletters, and an annual calendar of school events.

The Counseling Department
 
                                           Counseling 2014-15  
From Left to Right: Donna Mendez, Jill Castelloe, Melanie Parham, Michelle Eldridge,
                                                 Michelle Wagaman, Natalie Anderson, Devon McCarthy,  and Alli Hostetter
 
At Roberson, the Counseling Department has divided the student body among the counselors in order to provide personalized counseling as much as possible.  One counselor oversees the entire freshman class and has an office in the Freshman Academy.  Once students enter the tenth grade they are divided up alphabetically according to their last name and will remain with the same counselor through graduation.
 
Divisions are as follows:

For 10th - 12th graders contact the counselor who oversees students with last names beginning with the following:

*click a name to email a counselor.
 
 All Counseling Department members will:

assist with student orientation, registration, and scheduling.

review and complete permanent records.

coordinate services for students with extended illnesses, students with disabilities, and homebound students.

assist in student preparation for PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, PACT, and ACT.

conduct group sessions with students, helping them clarify values, set goals, solve problems, and make decisions.

collect and distribute college and career information.

provide individual counseling.

provide individual career and educational planning.

provide Progress Report Forms upon request.

provide letters of reference.

make referrals to appropriate school resources such as the Industry Education Coordinator, school nurse, vocational counselor, etc.

make student and/or parent referrals to appropriate community agencies.

assist with placement of students at Buncombe Community School.

coordinate parent-teacher conferences.

update four-year plans for each student.

review and evaluate transfer students.

 

 
 

 

communicate with students and parents through parent letters, newsletters, and an annual calendar of school events.

The Counseling Department
 
                                           Counseling 2014-15  
From Left to Right: Donna Mendez, Jill Castelloe, Melanie Parham, Michelle Eldridge,
                                                 Michelle Wagaman, Natalie Anderson, Devon McCarthy,  and Alli Hostetter
 
At Roberson, the Counseling Department has divided the student body among the counselors in order to provide personalized counseling as much as possible.  One counselor oversees the entire freshman class and has an office in the Freshman Academy.  Once students enter the tenth grade they are divided up alphabetically according to their last name and will remain with the same counselor through graduation.
 
Divisions are as follows:

For 10th - 12th graders contact the counselor who oversees students with last names beginning with the following:

*click a name to email a counselor.
 
 All Counseling Department members will:

assist with student orientation, registration, and scheduling.

review and complete permanent records.

coordinate services for students with extended illnesses, students with disabilities, and homebound students.

assist in student preparation for PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, PACT, and ACT.

conduct group sessions with students, helping them clarify values, set goals, solve problems, and make decisions.

collect and distribute college and career information.

provide individual counseling.

provide individual career and educational planning.

provide Progress Report Forms upon request.

provide letters of reference.

make referrals to appropriate school resources such as the Industry Education Coordinator, school nurse, vocational counselor, etc.

make student and/or parent referrals to appropriate community agencies.

assist with placement of students at Buncombe Community School.

coordinate parent-teacher conferences.

update four-year plans for each student.

review and evaluate transfer students.

 

 
 

 

communicate with students and parents through parent letters, newsletters, and an annual calendar of school events.

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