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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255

Counseling Department

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please dial 911. If you have a non-life-threatening emergency, please contact your private Mental Health provider, contact the NM Crisis line toll-free anytime 24/7/365 at 1-855-NMCRISIS (662-7474), or seek support with local mental health community providers. 

Contacting your counselor during c-19

During the Coronavirus pandemic your counselors will be available through email. In addition to email, your upperclassman counselors and the Curriculum Assistant Principal will be accessible via Google Voice Text. Feel free to text them your questions/concerns during reasonable daytime hours. 

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Counseling Services

Counselors serve as a resource and academic support service to students, parents/guardians, and staff and are an integral part of the total educational enterprise.  Counselors meet the needs of students by helping them:

  • Become more aware of who they are and how to interact with others
  • Develop competencies in career development and life planning
  • Achieve success in school
Social/Emotional Check-In With Your Counselor

If you would like your counselor to reach out to you for social/emotional support, you may fill out a request form below. Fill out the form for the counselor that you would like to speak with. For all other academic concerns, please email or text your counselor directly. 

Ms. Trujillo (9th Grade)

Mr. Reynolds (10th-12th, A-F)

Ms. Mackey (10th-12th, G-M)

Ms. Sisneros (10th-12th, N-Z)