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Counseling Department

Counseling Staff

Ms. Swick, Counselor

-8th Grade (all students)
-6th Grade - By 3rd Period Class:
 Team Harvard (Quane, Sairrino, Salazar)
 Team Berkeley (Miranda, Sawada)

 Ackerman, Brunetti, Chung, Zebley (A-L)

-ELD 6th (A-L) 

 

 


 

Ms. Santamaria, Counselor

-7th Grade (all students)
-6th Grade - By 3rd Period Class
 Team Ohio (Davis, Hall, Serrano)
 Team Berkeley (Chumentowski) 

 Ackerman, Brunetti, Chung, Zebley (M-Z)

-ELD 6th (M-Z) 

The Counseling Department provides assistance to our students in order for them to have a successful three year experience at Rogers. We recognize that the middle school years are an opportunity for positive growth during the often challenging transition through adolescence.   Ms. Swick and Ms. Santamaria focus on assisting students during this transition by focusing services on meeting the academic, social and emotional needs of the students.

Counseling Mission Statement

We believe all students have the potential to be successful with guidance and support. We strongly believe in reaching the whole child by promoting academic achievement and cultural awareness while meeting their personal/social needs. We strive to prepare all students to be lifelong learners who are ready to succeed in today’s society.
 

Support Groups

During the school year, the counselors offer small group counseling for skill learning.  Group topics are listed below, but are not limited to these topics.  Groups are offered based on need.  These groups include academic guidance, peer relations/ social groups, grief, communication skills and positive coping skills.

Classroom Guidance

The counselors conduct a series of classroom presentations to all grade levels on a variety of topics aimed at providing academic, career and social/ emotional guidance.  Guidance lesson topics include career exploration, high school planning, character education, bullying, sexual harassment and peer helping skills.  In addition to providing valuable information to students, these lessons provide an opportunity for the counselors to build rapport with the student body.

Ms. Swick

Ms. Swick

Ms. Santamaria

Ms. Santamaria

Awards and Grants

2014 SPARC Award

2013 SPARC Award

2012 Model SPARC Award

2011 SPARC Award

2010 SPARC Award

2009 SPARC Award

Career and College Club Grant

South Bay Classic Grant

Lawndale Educational Foundation Grant

 

Community Resources

The counselors assist students and families in need of support. Listed below are community agencies the counselors help connect families with.

Community Agencies

 Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center
310-677-7808

 Masada Homes
310-497-5195

 Richstone Family Center
310-970-1921

 Centinela Youth Services
310-970-7702

 Inglewood Mental Health
310-671-0555

 Vital Intervention Directional Alternatives
323-242-8784

 South Bay Center for Counseling
310-414-2090

 The Gathering Place
310-374-6323

Hotlines and Websites

Nineline-
1800-999-9999

National Parent Helpline-
1855-427-2736

Teen Line-
310-855-4673