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Leann is the counseling secretary and plays a vital role in helping connect students and families to counselors. She is also a key player in helping students get their college admission materials to their choice colleges. firstname.lastname@example.org 541-790-8013
Ways to Connect with Us
Parents can call Leann at 541-790-8013 to set up a counseling appointment, in person or via zoom.
Counselor Drop in Times: Great for quick, time sensitive questions or tasks for the counselors.
Monday: 1st period, Tuesday: 8th, Wednesday: Lunch, Thursday: 4th, Friday: 5th
Important Times to Meet with Your Counselor
A component of the SEHS Guidance Curriculum involves asking that every student schedule at least two one-on-one appointments with their counselor.
Junior Interview: It's a chance to talk privately about anything that's on your mind, check your credits & review your forecasting for your final year of high school. It's a chance to hear about information and resources that support your plans for after high school. Can schedule these after Winter Break.
Senior Interview: The purpose of the Senior Interview is to provide information that supports your goals for a successful and enjoyable senior year, and help launch you into the life you want after high school. The information given is very much tailored to the student. We would like these scheduled before Winter Break
Additional Important People
Registrar: Melinda Shull handles student enrollment, withdrawals and all student contacts and records. Contact Information: 541-790-8015 and email@example.com
Scheduler: Olivia Leal handles forecasting, the master schedule and most of the student schedule changes. The schedule change/drop forms, the curriculum guide and much more can be found on her website: SEHS Website-Academics-Scheduler/Forecasting or E-mail
Career to Work Coordinator: Kathy Ruggles can assist students with getting jobs through 4j, Work Experience credit, College Now registration and student-athlete information. You can find her in the college & career center 8:30-4:00 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
College & Career Coordinator: Lori Sauter manages all things college & career center. The college & career center is now located in the former main office, next to the counseling office. Monday-Thursday 9:45-5:00 and Friday 9:45-1:00 or make an appointment by e-mailing Lori at email@example.com
Helping Out Our Teens in Schools
Helping Out Our Teens in Schools (HOOTS) provides free on-site integrated health care clinics and tragedy response support. They have years of experiences in the mental health field and can provide short term care or referral support. Available times: Tues. 8:00-12:00, Wed. 12:30-2:30, Thurs. 8:00-12:00, Friday 12:30-3:00 in Room 406
4j District Mental Health Website
Eugene 4j is ramping up our efforts to remove the stigma, silence and secrecy that surrounds help-seeking behavior by adding mental health staff and providing mental health care coordination and trainings to staff and families. On this webpage, you will find 4J-based and community mental health resources for students, families and staff. https://4j.lane.edu/22072_3
Additional Resources for Support
SEHS has access to basic necessities to allow for your best self to shine. We can help with clothing, food and specific one-time items. If you find yourself in need of something please let your counselor know. We often have holiday break food baskets and supplies (gift cards and gifts) available on request.
Relief Nursery Resource Guide is a great resource for services in our community.
Care Solace can help you get connected to a local and telehealth mental health provider. https://caresolace.com/site/eugene
Parent Place is a local onsite community of resources. Their vision statement: a world where parents feel empowered to ask for and receive the support they need to thrive. https://parentplace.care/
College Admissions and AP/IB Exam Fees are expensive but please don't let that be a barrier because there are waivers and reductions for these fees. The easiest way to verify your qualification is to apply for Free/Reduced Meal Program at https://www.ode.state.or.us/apps/frlapp?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery
Eugene 4j partners with Safe Oregon. Safe Oregon is a program created for Oregon students, parents, school staff, community members and law enforcement officers to report and respond to student safety threats. You can make an anonymous report 24 hours a day, seven days a week. https://www.safeoregon.com/about/