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School Counseling Program Profile 2018
Pomona Unified School District
321 N Lexington Avenue
Pomona CA 91766
School Website
Principal's Message 
Our school and School Counseling Team's (SCT) goal is to provide additional support and resources to afford students a rich and memorable high school experience. We look forward to meeting with students, parents, teachers, and staff members to share perspectives on how to best accomplish this goal. 

We will continue to build on Garey High School’s emphasis of equipping your child with the 21st century skills that s/he needs to be successful in college/career options after high school. Our SCT team will also focus on character-building and social responsibility that contributes to our school climate and environment. 

Dr. Marco A. Sánchez
Ed.D, Educational Leadership
School Counseling Team
Liliana Fasting
9th Grade Counselor
M.S. Ed Counseling
P.P.S. Credential
11 years of Experience
Claudia Escobedo
10th Grade Counselor
M.A. Education
P.P.S. Credential
11 years of Experience
Gabriella Sanchez
12th Grade Counselor
M.S. Ed Counseling
P.P.S. Credential
18 years of Experience
Candice Brotherton 
11th Grade Counselor
M.A. Education
M.S. Counseling 
P.P.S. Credential
4 Years of Experience
Jasmine Arellano
School Counselor Intern
Educational Counseling 

Cindy Green
Assistant Principal
M.A. Education
 Admin Credential
Audrey Yarbrough
Career Tech
Valerie Leos
Data Analyst 
P.P.S. - Pupil Personnel Services
What do I Like?:Career Interest Profiler 
Course Advisement 
Planning Courses for High School 
Reflection and Goal Setting 
S.M.A.R.T. Goals 

Class Curriculum
Individual Counseling 
Academic Counseling
Career Counseling
Social/Emotional Counseling 

Group Counseling 
Finish Strong Group 

Parents and Teachers 
Interpret Assessment Results 
Prepare Students 
High School & College
The School Counseling Program abides by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) Ethical Standards for School Counselors. 
School Counseling Program
Academic Domain
decrease in the number of students failing 3 or more classes after participating in the Finish Strong Intervention. 
Our Freshman class of 473 students had 78 students with 3 or more Fs at the quarter report. 

We implemented a Finish Strong Intervention where these students received information on tutoring, graduation requirements, study/organization skills, and time management.
91% of 9th grade students with 3 or more Fs believe that they will be able to graduate on time with the Class of 2021.
College & Career Domain
10th grade students developed a S.M.A.R.T. goal that would help them aligned with their post-secondary plan. 

Their goals were then submitted into their personalized online profile to visit and update quarterly.
86% of 10th graders developed a S.M.A.R.T. Goal on 
92% of 10th graders believed that they could accomplish the S.M.A.R.T. Goal that they developed.
Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Based (S.M.A.R.T.) Goals
Partners and Programs
Tri-City offers Mental Health Services to PUSD students, through school staff referrals. 
Foothill Family provides services from individual counseling to substance abuse treatment groups for teens. 
Bright Prospect works with the SCT to empower high-potential, low-income students to gain admission, succeed and graduate from four-year colleges and universities,
CYFC collaborates with all school staff to ensure that the foster youth on campus are succeeding. CYFC staff provides academic and college/career support. 
University of La Verne is partnered with Pomona Unified School district through the PACE Program, that creates access to college education for eligible students in the district. 
AVID, in collaboration with the SCT, provides students with college and career lessons/study skills that will help them be successful at the college level. 
NAF promotes work-based learning. Students are required to complete internships and gain necessary experience/skills for college and work force success.
Upward Bound provides students a summer program of college prep classes and work experience at a college campus. Throughout the school year they offer weekly  follow-ups and tutoring.
Contact Information
(909) 397-4451  

School Counseling Calendar
Garey High School
Our School Website
Please allow 24 hours for phone call or email responses.
This School Counseling Profile was designed by University of La Verne Educational Counseling Program graduate intern Jasmine Arellano.