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    The Chambersburg Area Senior High School Counseling office is comprised of eight School Counselors split among the four grades.   All students are assigned to a Counselor based on the student's last name.  The assignments are as follows:

    9th Grade

    Last Names:  A-K:  Mrs. Jamie McMillen; 261-3337

    Last Names L-Z: Mrs. Crystal Fatyol; 261-5660  

    10th Grade

    Last Names A-K: Ms. Leslie Fickes; 261-3341

    Last Names L-Z: Mrs. Alecia Nezat-Pyne; 261-3340

    11th Grade

    Last Names A-K: Mr. Steven McNew; 261-5615

    Last Names L-Z: Mrs. Lindsay Leonard; 261-3339

    12th Grade

    Last Names A-K: Mrs. Audra Hochreiter; 261-3338

    Last Names L-Z: Mrs. Lisa Hill; 261-5623

     

    We encourage students to visit the Counseling office as needs arise.  We do, however, ask that students attempt to minimize visiting during academic time.  Unless a true emergency exists that must be addressed immediately, we ask that students try to visit before or after school, during lunch, or during an Academic Prep period.  If the student's Counselor is not available when a visit is made, students are encouraged to sign the appropriate Counselor's sign-in sheet.  The Counselor will then send a pass for the student to visit with the Counselor. 

    We enjoy meeting with families and opening up the lines of communication between home and school.  If a meeting needs to be scheduled, please contact your child's Counselor.  By scheduling a meeting, this enables the Counselor to block out the time for the meeting.  By doing this, we hope frustrations can be minimized by having the Counselor available and/or not having to wait an extended time to speak to your child's Counselor.

     
     
     

     

     

    The following are some of the services with which School Counselors can assist you:

    • Individual counseling
    • Group counseling
    • Parental assistance
    • Consultation
    • Conflict resolution
    • Decision-making skills
    • Career education
    • Test result interpretation
    • Crisis intervention
    • Community networking
    • Peer mediation training
    • Testing referral
    • Attention screening
    • Classroom observations
    • Substance abuse awareness
    • Team participation
    • Committee involvement
    • Advisory services
    • Student scheduling
    • Homebound instruction coordination
    • Records maintenance

     

    Additionally, your school counselors are frequently involved in addressing some very serious and complex issues concerning child neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, mental health issues and substance abuse.