B Prepared for 10th/11th Grade

Parent Information 20-21 | Beckman Counseling

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Welcome! What will I find in this parent page?

  • Intro to the Counseling Team
  • 10th/11th Grade Areas of Focus
  • Tips for Distance Learning Success
  • Resources: Academic & Wellness Information & Workshops
  • Parent Organization Info: PTO & Ed Fund
  • AP Exam Ordering Info
  • Post-Secondary Planning Resources
  • Parent Needs Assessment Survey
  • Padlet Wall for Q & A

Beckman Counseling Team

Beckman Counseling Team

School Counselors

Dwight Schmidt | A thru F

Allison Krikorian | G thru Lee

Esther Rogers | Leg thru Ra

Harvey Guzik | Re thru Z

Enrique Espinoza | Int'l Students & Student Support Counselor

Erin Charles | ALL 9th Grade

Support Professionals

Maybrick Gosling-Ozer | Community Facilitator

Provides community outreach to link families with local resources.

Christina Sun | Ed. Related Mental Health Specialist

Provides educationally related counseling support for students in need.

  • Please reach out to your child's counselor if you have extended concerns for your child.

Nina Munoz | Counseling Secretary

Stephanie Perez | Counseling Technician

Len Belanger | Data Technician

Erica Rosas | College & Career Specialist

How does your student connect with their counselor?

  1. Email
  2. Student "Drop-in" Counseling via their Webex Counseling Link. See our website for times & links.
  3. Parent/Student/Counselor meetings made by appointment only. Please contact Mrs. Nina Munoz for availability and scheduling.

What should my student's focus be this year?

10th Grade Focus

  • Practice Healthy Self-Care

  • Focus on Academics

  • Get Involved (Find what you love!)

  • Research Career Options

  • Plan to Maximize Summer

11th Grade Focus

  • Practice Healthy Self-Care

  • Focus on Academics

  • Stay Involved

  • Consider Possible Majors/Careers

  • Research Post-Secondary Options

  • Plan to Maximize Summer

Tips for Distance Learning for your Student

Online Learning Tips for Students!

Tips for Managing Distance Learning for Parents

Parent Tips - Managing distance learning at home

Resources

Teen Mental Health & COVID Parent Webinars

The TUSD Student Services Department has partnered with Hoag ASPIRE to host a parent information night on youth wellness and mental health. Download the flyers below for details.

Parent Organization Resources

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AP Exam Order Information

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Post-Secondary Planning

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Career Exploration Resources

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Bureau of Labor Statistics Career Exploration Resources

  • The Bureau of Labor Statistics measures labor market activity, working conditions, price changes, and productivity in the U.S. economy to support public and private decision making.


California Career Center

  • The California Career Center is a career and college exploration and planning portal for middle and high school students.


California CareerZone

  • California CareerZone is an exploration and planning resource designed especially for students. Job seekers, educators, and counselors will also benefit from the wealth of information on 900+ occupations from the U. S. Department of Labor's Occupational Information Network (O*Net) database.


College Board’s Big Future Major & Career Search

  • A great place to explore and better understand the various types of college majors available.

Parent Survey | We want your feedback; click the button below to take a brief survey.

Questions for the Counseling Team? Please post your question on our Padlet Wall; click the button below.