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Aguilar, Alma
Counselor: Do-Lim
De La Rosa, Beatriz
9th Grade Counselor, AVID
Mejia, Baltazar
College Counselor
Munguia, Ruth
Counselor: Lim-Ral
Nabor, Monica
Counselor: Ram-Z
Rosas, Lilia
Counselor: A-Dn

Help Lines

Suicide Prevention


Teen Line


The Trevor Project


Substance Abuse



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Mindfulness and Positive Psychology

Resources on Mindfulness and Positive Psychology
Full Catastrophe Living - Jon Kabat-Zinn. Everything you need to know to start practicing Mindfulness.
The Power of Now - Eckhart Tolle. ...more

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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:


2017 - 2018 School Year


Name   Ext. Alpha
Beatriz De La Rosa  6627 9th Grade Counselor
Lilia Rosas 6625 A-Dn
Alma Aguilar   3918 Do-Lim
Ruth Munguia   6620 Lin-Ral
Monica Nabor 6608 Ram-Z
Baltazar Mejia   6646 College Counselor 


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

Suggested Accounts

  • Register for School Loop Access
    • This tool gives access to student grades in class, and emailing teachers.
    • Receive important School emails
    • Register on School Home Page.  Access take one to two days
  • BigFuture
    • Collegeboard website for College and Career Planning and Financial Aid
  • Khan Academy
    • Excellent resource for test prep and more

Volunteer Opportunities

Families In Schools is looking for volunteers that can help us with our Passport to Success campaign. Passport to Success is a summer program that promotes summer learning for students and family engagement. It provides families FREE and low-cost learning activities to explore throughout the summer.


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Packaging & Assembling, Saturday, May 12, 2018 8:30am-12:30pm  Thursday, May 17, 2018 3pm-7pm , and/ or Saturday, May 19, 2018 8:30am-12:30pm  -  Join us to sort and assemble packages for our annual Passport to Success campaign. Every year we distribute over 10,000 Passport to Success packets so that families know of about free and low-cost museums, and sites that they can visit to keep learning during the summer. Volunteers will help putting packages together so that we can start sending materials out. Friends are welcome, too!


Data Entry, Thursday May 17, 2018 3pm-7pm and/or Saturday, May 19, 2018 8:30-12:30pm - Every year we register and survey anywhere between 1,000-5,000 families for different programs and many are done on paper. We need your help entering data into our system. In supporting our data entry efforts volunteers ensure that families receive updated materials and information in a timely manner and ensure that our programs are improved in the future.


I encourage you to refer your students, family members, colleagues, etc. It really is a program that impacts the entire community.


For a list of other volunteer opportunities please check out our website:

Mental Health Awareness Month

In this May is Mental Health Month Campaign, Mental Health America is focused on how a healthy lifestyle may help prevent the onset or worsening of mental health conditions, as well as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other chronic health problems.  It can also help people recover from these condition.  Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally healthy.  Mental health is essential to everyone’s overall well-being, and mental illnesses are common and treatable.  May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental Health America, to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the importance of good mental health for everyone.  Please check out the links below for available information and resources and take the CHALLENGE.


George L. Muriel, Assistant Director

Pupil and Community Services

Mental Health Toolkit

Mental Health Toolkit PDF

Mental Health America Challenge

2018-2019 Programming Cards

CSF Tutoring

All Subjects

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday


SHS Library

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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