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Counseling Staff (email links)

Aguilar, Alma
Counselor: J-N
De La Rosa, Beatriz
9th Grade Counselor, AVID
Mejia, Baltazar
Counselor: A-C, Pathways
Munguia, Ruth
Counselor: O-R
Nabor, Monica
Counselor: S-Z
Rosas, Lilia
Counselor: D-I
Sandate, Edelmira
College Counselor

Help Lines

Suicide Prevention

1-877-727-4747

Teen Line

1-800-852-8336

The Trevor Project

1-866-4UTREVOR

Substance Abuse

1-877-767-8432

(children)

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Counselors Office

Our Schurr High School counseling department has embraced a shared leadership approach in developing a results-based, comprehensive guidance program that reaches out to all students in grades 9-12.  Our main objective is to ensure that all students have access to support for academic, career, and personal/social development.  We are following the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model, which includes a guide to the following systemic areas:  foundation, management system, delivery system and accountability.  All of our school counselors are providing services in individual planning, responsive services, guidance curriculum and system support. 

The following is a list of counselors in charge of each grade level, their telephone extension, and the alphabet (based on their last name) for which they will be assigned and responsible for:

                     2016 - 2017 School Year

                       Counselor Breakdown

Name                            Ext.       Alpha

Beatriz De La Rosa       6627      9th Grade Counselor

Baltazar Mejia               6618      A-C, Pathways  

Lilia Rosas                    6625      D-I

Alma Aguilar                3918      J-N

Ruth Munguia               6620      O-R

Monica Nabor               6608      S-Z

Edelmira Sandate          6646      College Counselor 

 

Feel free to call, or email your son/daughters counselor.

SHS Honors Eng 1-2 – Summer Assignment 2017

  • Black Boy by Richard Wright
  • Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
  • A reading comprehension test will be administered within the first two weeks of school.

AP English Language Summer Assignment

Student planning on taking AP English Language next year, download the AP English Language Summer Assignment, and be prepared. 

ROP/Adult School Course Information

ROP classes are available at  the beginning of each semester for students 16+.  These classes give students the opportunity to engage in career oriented classes that also count for elective credit.  Taking ROP classes is one way for students behind credits to catch up.  Classes are either 5 or 10 credits each, with both weekend and weekday classes.  Students can register for ROP classes at B-7.

ROP Office link

Adult school classes are offered after school from 3-5pm and are primarily academic.  Students can make up classes they need for graduation by seeing their counselor, who then gives the student the adult school form to take home for parent signature.  Students then take form to Adult School and enroll in class.

Adult School Course Listing