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Winslow High School Counseling Department

COVID-19 Counseling Office Update

 

Due to current Arizona School Closures we are currently working with students and families via email and telephone calls/messages. Counselors have returned and are checking email and answering phones. 

 
 
Freshman Counselor: Penny Brimhall
Email: pbrimhall@wusd1.org
Phone: 928.288.8170
Office Hours: 7:45 AM - 3:45 PM
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Sophomores, Juniors, & Seniors
 
Last Name A-J: Laurel Poleyestewa
Email: lpoleyestewa@wusd1.org
Phone: 928.288.8163
Office Hours: 7:45 AM - 3:45 PM

Last Name K-Z: Cecilia Lenz
Email: clenz@wusd1.org
Phone: 928.288.8116
Office Hours: 7:45 AM - 3:45 PM

 

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School Social Worker
 
Theresa Breeze-Del Mar
Email: tdelmar@wusd1.org
Phone: 928.288.8162
Office Hours: 7:45 AM - 3:45 PM

 

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NAU Broadband/Wi-Fi Resources

 

https://nau.edu/access

 

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If you are in need of behavioral health services please contact the providers listed below:

 

Emergency Response: 911
Suicide Crisis Line: 800.273.8255
8:00am - 5:00pm Change Point (no in-person meetings at this time. Phone calls only): 928.289.4658
24 Hours Daily - Little Colorado Medical Center (visit or call) 928.289.4691

 

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Free Parent Resource:

 

Parent Guide to Resilience based on the WhyTry model of resilience https://resilienceguide.org/

 

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If you haven't filled out your FAFSA there's still time! For more information on FAFSA and financial aid click the links below:

 

Fill out your FAFSA today www.fafsa.ed.gov 

 

Making smart choices for student loans:

 

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Services Offered:

 

Through the counseling office:

Brief student counseling

Crisis Counseling and Referral

Support Groups

Prevention Education

College and Career Advising

Letters of Recommendation

Parent-Teacher Meeting Facilitation

ACT Test Prep Resources

FAFSA Help

 

Through our Career Center:

College and Career Research Assistance

Scholarship Assistance

College Visits

College Representative Presentations

FAFSA Help

ACT Test Prep Resources

 

 

NPC College Bound Scholarship 

 

https://www.npc.edu/scholarships/college-bound-scholarship

 

 

College Application Links:

 

ASU:  https://students.asu.edu/apply  DO NOT USE COMMON APPLICATION

Central Arizona College: http://centralaz.edu/  

Coconino Community College http://www.coconino.edu/apply-now 

Dine College: Go to http://www.dinecollege.edu/admissions/applynow.php 

Eastern Arizona College: http://www.eac.edu/admissions/portal/apply.asp 

Fort Lewis College:  https://www.fortlewis.edu/  

Grand Canyon University: http://www.gcu.edu/Admissions.php 

Maricopa County Community Colleges: https://www.maricopa.edu/become-a-student/enroll

NAU:  http://nau.edu/apply-now/  

NPC: http://www.npc.edu/admissions 

Pima Community College: https://www.pima.edu/new-students/apply/how-to-apply.html 

UA:  http://www.arizona.edu/apply  

Utah State University – Eastern http://sjc.usu.edu/prospective/ 

Dixie State University- https://admissions.dixie.edu/ 

Haskell- https://www.haskell.edu/admissions/forms/

 

 

Summer Programs:

 

Upward Bound https://nau.edu/upward-bound/ 

 

MS2 http://www.andover.edu/about/outreach/ms2

 

Med Start- UA https://diversity.medicine.arizona.edu/med-start 

 

ASU https://eoss.asu.edu/summerenrichment 

Teen Lifeline
You're not alone,
please call
 
800-248-TEEN (8336)
 
www.TEENLIFELINE.org
Order Credentials from Parchment

 

Our Mission:

 

The mission of the Winslow High School Counseling Program, in partnership with parents, community and the Winslow Unified School District is to empower all students with the academic, career, and personal/social skills necessary to develop as well adjusted, self-aware individuals who are productively involved in reaching their greatest personal and academic potential. Through collaboration, school counselors establish a tiered support system for all students to teach them the knowledge and skills needed to maximize their contribution to their communities. Students are challenged to become college and career ready, in a safe and comfortable environment where all students have equal opportunities.