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    WELCOME TO JHS ~ HOME OF THE TIMBERWOLVES!!

     

    NEW STUDENT AND FAMILY HELPS & HOW TO'S:

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    Parents/Guardians here

     New Student Orientation Video 20.21 

    Sending our families safe & healthy wishes as we begin the 2020-21 school year. During this time meetings will not be held in person, but can be scheduled via Zoom or phone. Click on your counselor's name below to access their email to make an appointment or call 425-385-7010 or email Gina Strom, Secretary

    SCROLL DOWN TO SEE OUR STAFF:  (New Counselor Alpha effective SY 20 - 21)

    Leslie Tucker

    Leslie Tucker, M.S.W

    Counselor

    A - Cha

    Jonathan Gerig

    Jonathan Gerig, M.Ed.

    Counselor

    Che - Gou

     Alfred Cain

     

    Alfred Cain, M.Ed., M.I.T.

    Counselor

    Gr - Klo

    Sarah Williams

    Sarah Williams, M.Ed., NBCT

    Counselor

    Kn - Nau

    Paul Turner,

    Paul Turner, M.Ed.

    Counselor 

    Nav - Sal 

     Sarah Burdick

    Sara Burdick, M.Ed.

    Counselor 

    Sam- Sta

    Tues & Wed: 7:30 am - 3:00 PM

    Friday: 10 am - 1:45 PM

    Leiann DeVelder.

    Leiann Gregg, M.Ed.

    Counselor

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    Gina Strom

    Gina Strom
    Counseling Secretary 

    425-385-7010  Fax 425-385-7044

    New Student Enrollment Information

     Stephanie Kushan

    Stephanie Kushan
    Registrar
    425-385-7015  Fax 425-385-7077

    Records Requests, Withdrawals, Education Verifications

    Student/Graduate Transcript Request Instructions

    Sarah Pewitt

    Sarah Pewitt

    High School & Beyond Facilitator

    Available in the JHS Career Center on Wednesdays, 7:30 AM - 3 PM

    425-285-4183

    NAVIANCE LOG IN

    Lyn Lauzon

    Lyn Lauzon

    Drug/ Intervention Specialist
    425-385-7178

    Ms. Alonzo

    Ginger Alonzo

    School Psychologist
    425-385-7022

    Deron Dahlke

    Deron Dahlke
    College & Career Center Specialist

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    425-385-7028

    Career Center        NAVIANCE LOG IN

    MS. linder

    Jennifer Linder

    Success Coordinator
    425-385-7049 Office 

    (425) 312-3830 Voice/Text
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     Jazmyn Allen

    Jazmyn Allen

    EL On Time Graduation Success Coordinator 

    425-385-7155

    Ms. Thomsen

    Erin Thomsen

    Assessments Success Coordinator
    425-385-7037

     Alyssa Campbell

    Alyssa Campbell

    Student & Family Advocate

    425-385-7150 Office

    425-224-6869 voice/text

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

       JHS Counseling Department Mission

    The mission of the Henry M. Jackson High School Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive and developmental guidance program encompassing personal, social, academic, and career goals for all students to become self-assured and productive members of society in accordance with the American School Counseling Association National Model as adopted by the Everett School District.

     

    JHS Counseling Department Vision

    The vision of the Henry M. Jackson High School Counseling Department is to empower all students with the knowledge, skills, and resources to develop and be accountable for their own graduation and post high school plans in order to enhance success in their personal and professional lives.

     

    JHS Counseling Department Goals 

    1. Graduation Plan and credit accountability by every student
    2. Data driven academic planning to support each student’s post-high school plan
    3. Provide options and support for all students to obtain academic success
    4. Students will understand a variety of post-high school options as related to personal goals
    5. Career inventory and exploration
    6. Social and emotional readiness for the adult world
    7. Collaborate with parents/guardians to positively guide students as they enter adulthood.