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Bob Sullivan
(530) 541-4111 x 1823[email protected]


- Counselor for students whose last names
begin with A-G

- Academic support via individual monitoring, lunch workshops, class presentations, class registration 504’s and parent night, CollegeBoard and ACT Special Services Coordinator, and NCAA Administrator

- Responsive services, including personal, family, school and suicide intervention 

- Group Counseling: conflict resolution

- Present Guidance Curriculum to student body: Junior and Senior Unit

- Letters of Recommendations for college entrance applications 


Robyn Rasmussen
(530) 541-4111 x 1825 [email protected] 

- Counselor for students whose last names begin with H-O 

- Collaborate with teachers, admin, and families to address struggling students’ needs

- Letters of Recommendations for college entrance applications 


Katie Bongard
(530) 541-4111 x 1837 
[email protected]

- Counselor for students whose last names begin with P-Z 

- Academic support via individual monitoring, lunch workshops, class presentations, 504’s, parent nights, class registration, master schedule

- Responsive services, including personal, family, school and suicide intervention 

- Group Counseling: stress management and conflict resolution

- Present Guidance Curriculum to student body: Junior and Senior Unit

-  Letters of Recommendations for college entrance applications


Natalie Collin
(530) 541-4111 x 1993 
[email protected]

- School Psychologist

- Provides academic and social-emotional counseling for Special Education students Monitors students with IEPs Testing 

- Creating IEPs and accommodations for students 

- Group counseling: life skills and stress/anger management


Amy Jackson

(530) 541-4111 x 1205 
[email protected]

- Counselor for Mt. Tallac Continuation High School, and ILA students

- Academic counseling and individual monitoring for students with unique education plans 

- Provides support for students in crisis and suicide intervention

- Facilitates Adult Education and Youth Parent Programs 

- Oversees Advocate/Intervention framework

- Online Program Facilitator
- SARB liaison 

 

Amanda Morozumi
(530) 541-4111 x1926 
[email protected]

- Student Advocate
Academic support for students with low grades
Addresses chronic truancy and discipline 
Facilitates Brief Intervention Program
Provides additional personal and social support for students


Amanda Hammond
(530) 541-4111 x 1866 
[email protected]

- Student Advocate
Provides support for McKinneyVento and Foster Youth
Manages STHS resource room providing clothing and supplies for students


Joan Buscher
(530) 541-4111 x1841 
[email protected]

- Counseling Secretary

Please contact Joan to schedule a meeting with a counselor

 



























Our Mission and Objectives:

 The mission of the South Tahoe High School counseling department is to provide a comprehensive and proactive counseling program that addresses the academic, career, personal and social development of every student so that they may reach their greatest potential and become contributing members of the global community. The ultimate goal of the school counseling program is for each student to achieve optimal personal growth, acquire positive social skills and values, set appropriate career goals and realize full academic potential.

The objectives for the school counseling program are: - teach students to be lifelong learners - achieve academic success for all students - promote an attitude of acceptance and compassion for cultural diversity - encourage collaboration, to create a safe and positive school environment - initiate career development and college readiness

In order to accomplish these objectives the school counselors incorporate four main components into the school counseling program: guidance curriculum, individual planning, responsive services and system support. Data is collected and analyzed to identify the needs of the school so that they can be addressed appropriately. The school counseling program is not a service provided by one person or department, but coordinated by all educators in the school. The school counselors will create an environment which promotes collaboration between students, family members, teachers, administrators and community members in order to meet the needs of the students.