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Counseling

Welcome to the Woodland High School Counselor’s Corner

 
Counselors are available via email, phone call, or virtual meeting! Email your counselor, or give our counseling secretary a call at (530) 661-5418. 
 
Counselors:    
Amy McCalister Last Names: A-Ga amy.mccalister@wjusd.org
Damian Martin Last Names: Ge-N damian.martin@wjusd.org
Carla Serratos Last Names O-Z carla.serratos@wjusd.org
Monica Garcia Puente & ELD 1-3 monica.garcia@wjusd.org
     
Response to Intervention Specialist:    
Vacancy posted    
     
Counseling Secretary:    
Sherri Green   sherri.green@wjusd.org

            

Virtual Counseling Office

Please explore our virtual counseling office, by clicking on the blue words above. Almost every image has an attached link or resource. 
 
one male and three female bitmojis in a virtual office
 
 
 
Academic, Career, and College Advisement
The counselors work closely with students, parents, teachers, and staff to facilitate an appropriate course of study for every student. It is our goal to develop a plan for each student to provide a challenging program that will best equip students for a life after high school. We promote a culture of preparing students to be competitively college and career ready, and provide every student with the opportunity and resources to meet their goals. Along with teachers, counselors continuously monitor credits and identify students who need additional support. Support plans may consist of reviewing class placement, referrals to Study Hall and the Learning Resource Center, student-teacher-parent meetings, and plans for credit recovery.  
Counselors provide information through classroom presentations, individual meetings, email correspondence, and information nights. Parents and students are encouraged to become familiar with the school handbook and ask questions! 
 

Personal/Social Support
It is our goal that every student receives the support they need. The counselors meet with students in crisis and schedule appointments for virtual meetings. Counselors can also provide contact information for appropriate on-going personal/social counseling services within the community.