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  • Counselors are divided by student's last names. Counselors are available for academic, personal/social issues, and post-secondary (college & career) planning. Please email your counselor if you have questions or would like to set up an appointment to meet. To contact the counseling secretary, please call 707-778-4779.

    Additionally, we have MFT interns on-site available for extra mental health support. If you are looking for support, you can complete the PHS Mental Health Self-Referral Form directly or email your counselor.


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  • Counseling Updates During DL

    We hope you are all staying safe and calm during this difficult time in our world. Counselors are available via email/zoom/phone during DL if you wish to discuss any specific concerns with your counselor. We also have MFTs available for mental health support and additional support can be found below:

    • Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor. 
    • If you are struggling with emotional overwhelm or other mental health challenges, please email your designated District Guidance Coordinators. Nikki Jackson, LMFT (njackson@petk12.org)
    • More resources can be found on the Shelter in Place document. 

    Schedules & Registration 2020-2021: 

    Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is complete. Changes to schedules are generally only during the first 2 weeks of school and once a grading period ends, dropping a class results in a Withdraw F on their transcript. AP/Honors classes cannot be dropped, if a student is struggling with a class they should schedule a meeting with their teacher.

    Information for Students and Families

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    Financial Aid Night & Week

    Seniors and Parents:

    PHS and CGHS are partnering with 10,000 Degrees and SRJC to help you obtain money to pay for school after high school. Whether your plans involve community college, 4-year university or a trade school, you all should apply for financial aidFinancial Aid Week is happening from 10/26 through 10/30:

    Part One: Leading up to Financial Aid Week, seniors will be given the opportunity to watch a short video describing Financial Aid in their government/economics classes.

    Part Two: The Cash 4 College Workshop runs from 6 PM - 8 PM on Monday, October 26th.  See the "What to Bring" flyer and get ready to complete your financial aid applications during our Zoom workshop.  Assistance will be given in large group and private Zoom sessions with English and Spanish-speaking advisers.


    Meeting ID: 852 0974 8974
    Passcode: 115070
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    Meeting ID: 852 0974 8974
    Passcode: 115070
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    Part Three: Seniors and families may sign up for individual sessions with bilingual advisers throughout the remainder of the week.  Please use them and get those applications done! Sign up here!

    Please contact your counselor or college and career center coordinator if you have any questions.

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  • Senior Calendar for the Class of 2021!

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