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Vintage High School
Home of the Crushers
School Counseling Program Profile 2018
1375 Trower Ave.
Napa, CA 94558

Napa Valley Unified School District
Principal's Message
   Our school counseling team is committed to the goal of enhancing the academic, college/career, and social/emotional development of all VHS students.  We aim to address the needs of every student by providing a comprehensive school counseling program through individual or group counseling and classroom guidance. 
 
   Our school counselors follow their students from freshman to senior year, and this allows them to create meaningful and impactful relationships.  These relationships help to create a school climate in which students and families feel safe and supported.  

   The school counseling team is vital to VHS and changes the lives of our students every day by guiding and assisting them throughout their entire high school journey.  I applaud and fully support their essential role in our school’s success. 
  
                                            -Michael Pearson 


Principal
Michael Pearson
School Counseling Program
              Academics
   -Goal Setting
   -A-G Requirements
   -Course Curriculum

          College/Career
   -Career Cluster Finder
   -Career Interest                   Profiler
   -College Supermatch
   -College Applications
   -Financial Aid
   -Scholarships

         Personal/Social
   -Drug and Alcohol               Awarness
   -Social-Emotional               Learning


Core Curriculum Lessons
Group Counseling Interventions
   -Stress Management
   -Dealing with                     Anxiety
   -Dealing with                     Depression
   -Grief and Loss
   -Anger Management
   -Healthy                             Relationships
   -Conflicted or                   Divided Home
   -Substance Abuse
ASCA Ethical Standards
The Vintage High School Counseling Program abides by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) Ethical Standards for School Counselors.
School Counseling Team
Kelli Watkins
Cindy Johnson
Matt Eustice
 Norma Magdaleno
M.A. Counseling & PPS Credential
[email protected]
M.A. Counseling & PPS Credential
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
M.A. Counseling Teaching & PPS Credential
M.A. Counseling & PPS Credential
School Counselor
School Counselor
School Counselor
School Counselor
Sarah O'Connor
Assistant Principal
DeAna Vides
Psychologist
Sonia Ortega
Social Worker
Ted Ward
Peer Support
The School Counseling Team meets twice a month to discuss individual cases and to ensure that students are receiving all available support services. 
Melissa Gonzales
AP Secretary
Barbara Fox
Counseling Secretary
Student Services Support Staff
The Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential is a state-requirement for school counselors. 
Academic Development
 School Counselors' role in student academic achievement:
  -Provide lessons on graduation         and A-G requirements
  -Assist students in developing           4-year plan
  -Provide lessons on time                     management and organizational        skills
  -Developing 504 Plans 
College and Career Development
The School Counseling Program supports college and career development through:
   -College Exploration on Naviance
   -College Rep Visits
   -College Application Workshops
   -Financial Aid and Scholarships         Workshops
   -Career Guidance on Naviance
   -Career Presentations
   -Trades Fair
Percentage (%)
Social-Emotional Development
VHS School Counselors provide:
-Individual Counseling
-Group Counseling
-Crisis Management
-Restorative Circles
-Referrals to community services
Group Norms
1. "Parachute" Mind
2. The "Vegas" Rule
3. Have Fun!!!
Students that feel supported by and connected to their school are more likely to come to school.
Partners and Programs
 Our partnerships and programs are important to VHS.  They provide students with a variety of support and services including scholarships,  therapeutic interventions, and college/career exploration.
Contact Information
Phone (707) 299-2511
Fax (707) 253-3604
Counseling Website
School Calendar
Please allow for 48 hours for a return email or phone call.
This School Counseling Program Profile was created by Sonoma State University Counseling Intern Caitlin Schmitz.
Funding for the publication of this Profile was generously provided by the CSU Collaborative for the Advancement of Linked Learning.