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Welcome to AVHS Counseling Department

 

Counseling Services

As a member of the education team, counselors help every student achieve academic success, navigate personal and social development and plan for meaningful careers. Counselors work together with parents, students, educators, and community professionals to ensure success in learning and preparation to take on life’s challenges. For more information regarding the role of school counselors, please see the following: Empirical Research Studies Supporting the Value of School Counseling.

 

Who are the counselors?
Sari Haskell
Students with Last Names A-CL
925-461-6113
Lauren Bell
Students with Last Names Lj-Pd
925-461-6119
Tara Walker
Students with Last Names Cm-Hi
925-461-6111
Audrey Zarrinkhat
Students with Last Names Pe-Sr
925-461-6114
Sheryl Pacheco
Students with Last Names Hj-Li
925-461-6116
Winter Jones
Students with Last Names St-Z
925-461-6115
Jennifer Yu
Support Counselor
925-461-6136
Lara Bays
College & Career Counselor (Mon, Wed,Th)
925-461-6157
 
Kimberly Woodworth
ROP College & Career Specialist
925-461-6157
 
 
 
Who are the school psychologists?
Tine deMateo
School Psychologist
925-461-6156
Valeria Reynoso
School Psychologist
925-461-6156
 
 Who supports the school counselors and school psychologists?
Karen Lambros
Counseling Secretary
925-461-6155
 Linda Pipe
Registrar
925-461-6121
Michelle Kubasiak
Office Assistant
925-461-6142
Sharyn Roloff
Office Assistant
925-461-6170
Martha Acebedo
District Parent Liaison
925-461-6123
Ivy Chuang
District Parent Liaison
925-461-6123
If you need immediate assistance, please dial the Main Counseling Office Phone #: 925-461-6120 and ask to speak with an available counselor. 

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Confidentiality Guidelines

Student confidentiality is important and vital to the counselor-student relationship. School counselors, as required by law and/or ethical standards, must maintain students’ confidentiality with the following exceptions: harm to self or others, abuse or neglect, or by subpoena. For more information on student confidentiality, please click here.