Parkview High School Counseling
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PHS Counseling Phone: 770.806.3795
PHS Counseling Fax: 678.442.5218
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 6:50 am - 2:50 pm.
Parkview High School is a Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) school. The RAMP designation, awarded for aligning with the criteria in the ASCA National Model, recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and an exemplary educational environment.
“Every successful adult was once a student dreaming about the future, in need of guidance and encouragement to make that dream possible.” Horace Mann
COVID-19 Plan of Action from PHS Counseling
Dear Panther Family,
During this Digital Learning time the Parkview High School Counseling Office will continue to offer support to students. We encourage our students to stay on top of their digital learning work to ensure passing grades. **Credit Recovery Students - The Georgia Virtual School is allowing students to complete all assignments, including quizzes and tests at home!** If you are a graduating senior, please continue to work on your Credit Recovery for graduation!
Counselor at home office hours are from 7am - 3pm. All counselors will be available via email and Google Voice Phone Numbers to students, parents, and teachers. We encourage you to please reach out with any questions or concerns whether they are academic or socio/emotional related that you may have! Click here to view counselor emails: https://www.gcpsk12.org/Domain/1365
- Please see our Google Voice Numbers:
- Main Counseling Office Line (Hablando Español): (470) 250-0584
- Traci Douglas, Registrar: (404) 721-3396
- Katie Mehlhorn, 9th grade Counselor: (470) 250-4580
- Bethany Horne, 9th Grade Counselor: (678) 590-5627
- Kim Salo, 10th - 12th Counselor: (404) 721-1322
- Stephanie Auls, 10th - 12th Head Counselor: (762) 435-4151
- Brenda LaManque, 10th - 12th Counselor: (678) 616-1336
- Leigh Wilkinson, 10th -12th Counselor: (404) 835-9819
- Dr. Judy Days-Dee, 10th - 12th Counselor: (404) 829-4075
Additional list of resources that will be helpful during this time:
- Mental Health/Crisis Resources: If you feel that you are in crisis or immediate danger, please call 911. You may also contact these hotlines for immediate assistance:
- Georgia Crisis and Access Line - 24/7 Hotline specifically for Georgia students. Download the "MyGCAL" app from the App store to text or chat. Call 1-800-715-4225 https://www.georgiacollaborative.com/providers/georgia-crisis-and-access-line-gcal/
- Suicide Hotline - 24/7 Assistance. 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- Suicide Prevention Hotline - 24/7 Assistance. 1-800-827-7571
- Crisis Text Line - 24/7 Assistance. Text HELLO to 741741
- For a complete list of 24 hour crisis lines, please visit: http://www.pleaselive.org/hotlines/
Food Assistance Programs:
- Meal Sites for GCPS Students: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RI8-tf3YL52XCZWUZcDl46EWh41zuOEm/view
- Lawrenceville Co-op: (770) 339-7887
- Lilburn Co-op: (770) 931-8333
- Norcross Co-op: (770) 263-8268
- CarePointe Food Ministry: (678)-812-4500 http://www.crosspointechurch.com/carepointe/page_foodpantry.htm
- St. Paul de Vincent of Georgia: (678)-892-6163 http://www.svdpatl.org/
- Food Finder GA: Find more local food pantries based on your location https://foodfinder.us/
- Comcast Xfinity is offering low-income families the "Internet Essentials" package for free for 60 days for new customers. Click link to sign up: https://variety.com/2020/digital/news/comcast-free-broadband-low-income-households-coronavirus-1203532765/amp/
- Xfinity Wi-Fi Hotspots - Any customer with an Xfinity account can access their hotspots in various locations around the community. Select "xfinitywifi" network and enter your account information to gain access.
- Charter Spectrum offering free access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi for 60 days to new households with K-12 Students: Please call 1-844-488-8395 to enroll. https://corporate.charter.com/newsroom/charter-to-offer-free-access-to-spectrum-broadband-and-wifi-for-60-days-for-new-K12-and-college-student-households-and-more?kbid=82718&utm_source=cabletv.com&utm_medium=affiliate
- Local Libraries
- Coffee Shops
- Please see our Google Voice Numbers:
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The mission of the Parkview High School Counseling Department is to support and assist all students in the pursuit of excellence in academic knowledge, skills, and behavior as they develop their post-secondary plans. All students, through their participation in our comprehensive, developmental and data-driven program, will be provided with opportunities to achieve their greatest potential. Counselors will effectively collaborate and consult with students, parents, teachers, administrators and community members to address and remove barriers to student success. The counseling program ensures all students have equitable access to learn academic, career-oriented, and social/emotional skills that will help them to become healthy, successful, world-class citizens.
The Parkview High School Counseling Department envisions all students being successful in their post-secondary pursuits through the application of the knowledge and life skills learned from our program. Students will live empowered lives, motivated to fulfill their dreams and reach their greatest potential.
The Counselors at Parkview High School believe:
All students are unique, have value and worth.
All students have the ability to learn and are life-long learners.
All students deserve to learn in a positive, safe, orderly and secure environment.
All students benefit from and have equitable access to a data-driven, comprehensive counseling program.
All students should be served by certified professional School Counselors who continually participate in professional development opportunities.
All students deserve to be treated with kindness and respect regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs and socioeconomic status.
All students achieve academic, personal/social and career success through counselor collaboration and consultation with students, teachers, parents, administrators and community members.
All students should be served by professional School Counselors who abide by ethical standards established by the American School Counselor Association.