About School Counseling

At ConVal, school counselors are a vital link to academic, career, and personal social development for all students.  Working in collaboration with other educational programs in the high school, our certified school counselors ensure equity and access to programs and services so that every student is challenged and supported to achieve his/her highest potential.

The mission of the school counseling department is to provide all students with a comprehensive school counseling program that encourages the highest level of student achievement through growth in academic, career, and personal/social domains.

The ConVal school counseling department partners with teachers, administrators, parents, and the community to help all students be lifelong learners and problem solvers. The department implements the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) National Model.

Counselors will help students in:

  • Academic Development: Students will acquire the academic preparation essential to choose from a variety of educational, training, and employment options upon completion of secondary school.
  • Career Development: Students will investigate the world of work and make informed decisions
  • Personal/Social Development: Students will acquire an understanding of, and respect for, self and others, and the skills to be responsible citizens.

The school counseling department can be reached at 924-4120 or at the email addresses below.

Todd BennettStudent Support Counselor
Tim CotreauDirector
Rebecca DunnSchool CounselorGrade 12 (A-E)
Grade 11 (A-D)
Grade 10 (A-E)
Grade 9 (A-E)
JoAnn FletcherSchool CounselorGrade 12 (Mc-Z)
Grade 11 (Me-Y)
Grade 10 (O - Z)
Grade 9 (Pf - Z)
Michael Hightower504 Interventionist
Kristin KnarrExtended Learning Counselor
Daniel RecordSchool CounselorGrade 12 (F-Ma)
Grade 11 (E-Mc)
Grade 10 (F-N)
Grade 9 (F-Pe)
Stacy WhitakerRegistrar