Rochester High School

Insisting on Student Success

Welcome to Rochester High School's Counseling Page
Office hours 7:15 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. 
 




Rachael
Ms Ledbetter

Students with Last Names Starting A-K


Email


273-5534
Vikki
Mrs. Vice

Students with Last Names Starting L-Z


273-5534
 
Program Services
For Students the Guidance Counselors:
  • provide personal, academic, and career counseling
  • provide counseling to students on self-understanding, responsibility, friendship, and self concept
  • provide social skills development and support groups for students with self-identified problems
  • provide support for students with identified needs
  • inform all students of their academic progress and graduation requirements
  • provide recommended placement for students in special needs classes
  • provide assistance with conflict resolution
  • provide intervention counseling to students with behavioral difficulties
  • provide counseling and referral services to students with substance abuse problems
  • provide information and guidance in the area of career exploration
  • assist students in developing post secondary goals and a high school plan to prepare them for those goals
  • assist students in obtaining information regarding post high school education, including scholarship and financial aid information
     
For Parents the Guidance Counselors:
  • consult with parents about students’ personal, academic, and social-emotional growth
  • conduct parent conferences when needed
  • interpret standardized test  results for parents
  • provide referrals for family and personal crisis
  • provide orientation to the school for incoming students and parents
  • inform parents of problems students may be having at school
  • provide information through the building and district newsletter
  • provide parents with information about discipline, parenting, responsibility, etc. (books and other  resources are available from the school counselor)
  • provide referrals to parenting classes with outside resources
  • provide parents with information regarding their students’ career preparation, progress toward completing graduation requirements, and achieving pre-registration for post secondary goals

 

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