Counseling

Your EMS School Counselors are Sarah Parnell and Denise Ozeri!

Student Last Names, A – K Sarah Parnell 425-936-2329

Student Last Names, L – Z Denise Ozeri 425-936-2328

Counseling Secretary/Registrar: Julie Stuvland 425-936-2320

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Counselors at Evergreen are available to support students with academic achievement, assist with post high school/career planning, and help with personal and social development.

FOR STUDENTS

A few typical reasons that a student may want to meet with their counselor include:

  •  Wanting to improve their grades
  •  Questions/concerns about their class schedule
  •  Feeling overwhelmed with stress or anxiety
  •  Needs help with a personal problem (ex. friendship problems, conflicts, stress level)
  •  Experiencing harassment or bullying
  •  Student has need for financial assistance for school-related items
  •  They have any type of question or are facing any issue (school-related or not)

Students: We ask that students email their counselor with their question/concern. If a phone call is needed, a time can be scheduled during Asynchronous learning. (Coming Soon -- we will be able to offer video-chatting over MS Teams.)

Students are encouraged to check their school counselor’s MS Teams page for additional resources.

FOR PARENTS

  • Typical reasons parents may want to contact their child’s school counselor are when they:
  •  Need assistance with educational planning (concerns with correct academic level placement, extra interventions and support)
  •  Have academic concerns across multiple classes
  •  If only 1 or 2 classes are affected, please contact the specific teacher(s) directly)
  •  Are in need of financial assistance (Free/reduced lunch, school supplies and fees, sports fees, College Bound scholarships)
  •  Want to communicate changes at home that may impact student learning (Ex. Death in the family, divorce, change in living situation, or finances)
  •  Requesting referrals for community resources (i.e. tutoring services, child/family counseling)

Parents: Feel free to send your child’s counselor an email, or give them a call.

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