Centennial Counseling DepartmentWelcome Husky families. Below you can explore what your Centennial School Counseling Program can do for you and your child and our department webpages which contain an abundance of information for students and families to use throughout high school and beyond.Hours of OperationCounseling center is open from 7am-3:30pm. Counselors work hours are 7:30am - 3pm (unless a prior arrangement has been made).* Note - Counselor work days/hours vary due to meetings, trainings, crises and several other circumstances. If your counselor is not available and a student or parent has arrived unannounced (no prior arrangement) you may have to wait, see another counselor or make arrangements to meet with your counselor another time. We ask for your patience. Unlike teachers, we are not always in the same place all day.We called to do other things on and off campus regularly.Communication to and from the Counseling Department:
Phone - 951-739-5670. Anna our receptionist will direct you to your counselor or handle the situation directly.Email - each counselor has their own email. Please see the Counseling team website for contact information.Webpages - information is updated regularly please check it often for presentations, handouts, dates and other important information.
Remind (formerly Remind 101) - a messaging system that utilizes texting to send messages to our students. Click here for instructions to enroll.Blackboard - school message delivery system that sends texts, email or phone call home to deliver important school information.
Please click on the links to the left of the page to explore our program:Mission statement -contains what Centennial Counselors believe to be at the core of what we do.Centennial Counseling Team -pictures of each counseling team member, contact information and what alpha your child falls under so students can see who their counselor is.Annual Program Calendar -is a downloadable PDF that can be printed or saved that is a snapshot of what counselors do on a yearly basis.Incoming Freshmen - 12th Grade links-families will find important information that is grade level specific.NCAA -presentations, eligibility requirements, websites and handouts for HS athletes who have the desire to play at the college level.Safety and Violence -handouts, referral resources and information on personal social issues.Financial Aid -resources and information pertaining to financing post-graduation education or training.More links will be provided as we develop.What do we do? Click here for the answer to what your Centennial Counselors do and are capable of doing for your children - What do Counselors do?
Last Modified on February 24, 2017