School Counselors

A school counselor is available for each student. Students are encouraged to talk to their counselor about their educational, vocational, or personal concerns. Information on financial assistance to colleges and universities is also available from student services. We try to encourage students to self-advocate for themselves by first speaking with their teacher regarding classroom issues. Another good way to monitor progress is through MyStudent where you can also email teachers. If you still feel after trying to communicate with your student’s teacher(s) that a parent-teacher conference is necessary, Please contact the Mrs. Gonzalez (below) to make and schedule ALL parent-teacher conferences, as well as appointments to speak with a counselor.

 

Esteliz Gonzalez Student Services & ESE Secretary (727) 774 – 4235
Kelley Stoner Seniors, Freshmen (A – Good) (727) 774 – 4219
Michelle Warwick Juniors, Freshmen (Gordon – Pep) (727) 774 – 4261
Amy O’Neil Sophomores, Freshmen (Perez – Z) (727) 774 – 4233

* Click on the QR Code to schedule an appointment


Dear Parents; The school counselors will soon be meeting with freshmen students taking the HOPE course in their schedule to present the Safer, Smarter Teens curriculum. This curriculum will be presented in a series of five lessons from September — November. Each lesson includes a 10 minute video, in-class activities, and extension activities. Students will each have an in class folder to store their lesson materials. Lesson topics to be covered and discussed are: (fully downloadable in PDF format)

  1. The Parent Information Letter
  2. Personal Rights and Responsibilities
  3. Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships
  4. The Problem of Sexual Abuse
  5. Dating Violence and Harassment
  6. Advocacy in Action

This curriculum was created by Lauren Book, educator, advocate, and Chief Executive Officer of the Lauren’s Kids Foundation, and implemented statewide at the direction of the Florida Legislature. For additional information or questions please go to SaferSmarterTeens.org and contact your son or daughter’s school counselor. Thank you, Your School Counselors

Resource OfficerSchool Resource Officers (SRO)

are members of the law enforcement community who teach, counsel, and protect the school community. Since SROs can help infuse substance abuse and violence-prevention messaging in schools and throughout school systems, they can play an essential role in school safety plans. If a parent or student has a question or concern and wish to talk to SRO Corporal Williams at 727-774-4265, or you can email him at CWilliams@pascosheriff.org.

 

Twitter Link To Students Against Destruction Decisions “SADD”: https://twitter.com/hhsSADD_

 

National Red Ribbon Campaign™  October 23-31, 2019… In response to the murder of DEA Agent Enrique Camarena, angered parents and youth in communities across the country began wearing Red Ribbons as a symbol of their commitment to raise awareness of the killing and destruction caused by drugs in America. Will Parents, Grandparents, Teachers, and young people sign this pledge to work towards a “Drug-Free America?” Click on this link to take the PLEDGE!

 

Any middle school or high school student interested in joining the Pasco County Sheriff’s Explorer Program or learning more about it, click on this link:  https://pascoexplorers.com/

College & Career Specialist

 

Yvette Flynn-Gerardi Room  501C

Credit Recovery (APEX)

 

Claudia Bender Room  704

Graduate Enhancement Program

 

Sacha Fenimore Seniors Media  501H
Doreen Grote Juniors Media  501H
Kacy Short Sophomores Room  414A

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Support Our Students (SOS)

 

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