2019-2020 Schedule Change Form - Middle School (Grades 6-8) Only
If you find an error with your child's schedule, please complete a "Schedule Change Request" form located HERE. We will not make schedule changes to reflect teacher preferences. E-mails or phone calls will not be accepted for schedule change requests. Upon completing the Schedule Change Request form, please submit it to the front office. The deadline to submit all schedule change request forms to the office is August 20.
*Please note, several elective classes are already full or at capacity. Classes requiring an application are completely full and we will not be able to accommodate additional students into those classes. We have very limited options for elective changes at this time.
Orchard Hills School Counselors are here to help!
CONTACTING AN ORCHARD HILLS SCHOOL COUNSELOR:
- Sarah Montes - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Christine MacInnis - email: email@example.com
- Office Telephone: 714-430-2078
- Or you may leave a note for us in the front office
- Individual sessions
- Parent meetings
- Group sessions
- Conflict-resolution meetings
- SST (Student Study Team) meetings
- 504 Plans
- Scheduling (master schedule, student schedules)
- Classroom guidance lessons
- College and Career Week
- Goal setting for college and career planning
- High school transition program for 8th grade students
- Referrals to therapists for on-going counseling
- Referrals to community agencies
- On-going collaboration with teachers and all staff members
How are Students Referred to the Counselor?
We are available to all students, parents and staff. Referrals are made by teachers, parents and students (self-referrals). You can reach us via:
We are aware that students are not sure what the process is to set up a meeting. We have good news! Students have several options:
- Stop in before school, during break, lunch or after-school to see if we are available
- Send us an e-mail
- Leave a note for us in the front office or fill out a “Request to Meet with Counselor” form
- Let us know that we need to meet when you see us around campus (I love this!)
- Hand us a note when you see us around campus if you do not want anyone to overhear what you are telling us
- Ask your teacher at an appropriate time if you can come to our office
- Leave us a voicemail
We realize that some students may feel shy or nervous about coming in to the office to meet with a school counselor for the first time. School counselors are trained to listen to others and create a safe environment for students to share thoughts and feelings. Our favorite part of the counseling process is collaborating with students to create a variety of appropriate solutions.