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1-800-273-TALK (8255)
 

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Counseling Office

Click below to access the WJMS Counselor Corner! We have:

  • Counseling updates
  • Enrollment information
  • Academic, social-emotional, and college/career resources for students and parents.

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What do counselors do?

  • Help with scheduling classes
  • Supporting students during crisis
  • Promoting positive attitudes towards self, family, and others
  • Helping students recognize their abilities and potential
  • Identifying students' learning needs, along with parents and staff
  • Referrals to outside agencies

what can we talk about?

Academics

  • Classes, career, and college options
  • Self-esteem - positive self-image
  • Study skills + organization 

Social/Family

  • Making friends 
  • Conflict management - getting along with others 
  • Parents' divorce + family issues
  • Bullying + harassment (in-person and cyberbullying)
  • Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Dealing with death
  • Abuse
  • Moving away

 

COUNSELING OFFICE 


Hours: 8:00 - 4:30
Phone: (707) 453-6282
Fax: (707) 447-3093

 
Counseling Secretary 
Anita Kelly
Habla Español
anitak@vacavilleusd.org
 


7th Grade Counselor
Angi Roe, MA, PPS
aroe@vacavilleusd.org
 


8th Grade Counselor
Cindy Ayala, MS, PPS
cayala@vacavilleusd.org
 

Come see us!

  • Before school
  • After school
  • At lunch
  • Passing Period
  • Other times - ask your teacher for a pass.

visits are confidential.

An important obligation of counselors is to maintain confidentiality with our students.  This means that your records and the information received is safeguarded.  

The counselor is not required to disclose information that a student has shared, unless the information is necessary to protect t he student from posing a serious harm to themselves or to others.