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West Valley Counseling Department Information during Distance Learning (2020-2021)

Hi West Valley Mustangs!!
 
Although the campus is closed, the West Valley High School Counseling Team is here for you!  We miss seeing you and we hope all of you and your families are safe and healthy.  During these uncertain times, we understand that you may be feeling a lot of different emotions and have a lot of questions.  Each one of us is here to help you with your academic or career goals and we can talk to you about any feelings you are experiencing.
CLASS CHANGES ***Note: No further class changes as of 9/21/20
We may not have all of the answers as things constantly change, but we will keep you informed as we are updated. Please reach out to us regarding any of the following:
 
Duplicate class on my schedule (please refer to schedule change policy)
Missing a required class for graduation
Credit Recovery 
Academic Issues
SAT/ACT Information
College and Career Planning
Credit Evaluation
Social Emotional Support
Student/Counselor Conference
Other
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The best way to contact your assigned Counselor is through your HUSD student email account (gmail)! 

Mr. Pressley- all 9thgrade                                                                                                  

email: mpressle@hemetusd.org


Mrs. Vargas- 10th-12th last names A-F and 

all 11th grade IB DP students                              

 email: svargas@hemetusd.org


Ms. Covarrubias- 10th-12th G-Ola                                                                               

email: gcovarru@hemetusd.org


Mr. Zimmerman- 10th-12th  Olb-Z

email: dzimmerman@hemetusd.org


Mr. Windmiller- College/Career Counselor: any Dual or Concurrent Enroll. questions                                                                 

email: twindmil@hemetusd.org     

 
CONFIDENTIALITY

Conversations between School Counselors and students are confidential, meaning what is shared by students with School Counselors stays between them. 


The following are expectations and are meant to keep all students safe:


Student is in danger of being harmed
Student is self-harming or thinking about self-harm
Student is harming or thinking of harming someone else
Student give Counselor permission to share with a trusted adult!