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

    Mrs. Stoll (cstoll@petk12.org) in the College & Career Center is also a great resource for college visits, work permits, jobs, community service opportunities, and so much more.

    Additionally, we have MFT interns on-site available for extra mental health support. 

    For registration information, transcripts, and diplomas, please contact our registrar - jstavish@petk12.org 

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    Below is a list of all the important dates for the 2019-2020 school year: 

    Counseling Calendar 2019-2020
    Event Name Location Date
    FALL SEMESTER
    Trojan Roll Call PHS Multi Thursday & Friday, August 8th & 9th (9am-3pm)
    Freshman Orientation (Link Crew) PHS Gym Monday, August 12th @8am-12pm
    Freshman Parent Night PHS Library Monday, August 12th @6pm
    First Day of Schoo PHS Wednesday, August 14th
    Back-to-School Night PHS Wednesday, August 28th
    FAFSA/CA Dream & CSU apps open Online Tuesday, October 1st
    SRJC College Night (Jumpstart) PHS Library Thursday, October 3rd @6pm
    College Application Night (4 year bound) (11th/12th) PHS Library Thursday, October 10th @6pm
    PSAT PHS Saturday, October 19th @8am
    UC Apps Open Online November 1st
    PEF/PHS Local Scholarships Open Online November 1st
    Financial Aid Week/Rally PHS Library November 12th-15th (Rally Tuesday)
    Financial Aid/Cash for College Night PHS Library & F3 Thursday, November 14th
    Freshman Meetings (4 year plans) PE Classes November TBD
    8th Grade Preview Night (PHS/Multi) PHS Multi 11/5 & 11/7 (daytime tours), Thursday, 11/7 evening event
    UC/CSU Application Deadline Online November 30th
    Fall Semester Ends PHS December 20th, 2019
    SPRING SEMESTER
    PEF Scholarships Due PEF Online TBD
    College Night for 9th-11th PHS Multi Thursday, February 6th @6pm
    Registration (8th-11th) PHS, PJHS, CVHS, Cinnabar Jan-Feb
    PHS Local Scholarships Due PHS College & Career Center TBD
    AP/Honors Evening PHS Thursday, February 20th @6pm
    FAFSA/CA Dream and Cal Grant Deadline Online March 2nd
    SRJC Doyle Scholarships Due SRJC Online March 2nd (FAFSA)
    Press Democrat Awards Wells Fargo Center, Santa Rosa TBD
    PEF Night CGHS Gym April 8, 2020
    Community Achievement Awards (Top 10) TBD TBD
    Senior Recognition Night Petaluma High School Tuesday, May 19th
    Graduation PHS Ellison Field Saturday, May 30th, 2019
    Testing Dates    
    SAT Offsite 8/24, 10/5, 11/2, 12/7, 3/14, 5/2, 6/6
    ACT Offsite 9/14, 10/26, 12/14, 2/8, 4/4, 6/13
    PSAT PHS Saturday, October 19th
    CAASSP (EAP) PHS April/May
    AP Testing PHS May 4th-15th
  • Counseling Updates (Spring 2020) During Online Format: 

    Hello students/parents/guardians, 

    We hope you are all staying safe and calm during this difficult time in our world. As you know, school has been moved to an online format until at least May 1st and all events have been canceled through April 30th (May events are TBD). In the meantime, counselors are available via email or you can schedule a Zoom video conference or phone conference if you wish to discuss any specific concerns with your counselor. If you were meeting with a MFT for mental health support, those will be moved to a video format during this time. If you are looking for mental health support, below are some resources: 

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

    Below are some updates specific to your grade. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your counselor. If you have questions on a specific class, contact your teacher. This is a fluid and new situation for all of us and none of us have all the answers right now, but we are here to support you (virtually) during this time. 

    Sending positive vibes your way! 

    12th Grade: 

    We know your students have lots of questions about what is happening with their Counseling 270 classes. Our amazing Academic Counseling Department has been working tirelessly to convert the Counseling 270 classes from face-to-face to online, and well as rescheduling the classes there were scheduled this week. Things are changing very quickly as you can imagine, and this is what we can share with you as of the timing of this update:

    • All remaining Coun 270’s will go online. Even if the online class schedule still states a physical meeting room on campus, STUDENTS SHOULD NOT GO TO CAMPUS FOR CLASS. The Scheduling Office is handling schedule changes for thousands of sections which are changing from physical room numbers to online modalities…the online schedule will be updated as soon as possible.
    • Instructors have already or will email the students in their classes soon with instructions and more information.
    • The Coun 270 classes will be taught through Canvas. Counselors will send out instructions about how to log in to Canvas.
    • The Coun 270’s that were scheduled for this week will be rescheduled and students will be notified. Counseling is working on that.
    • If students are concerned, ask them to email their Coun 270 instructor to get answers to their questions.
    • The Welcome and Connect Center is up and running remotely. Students can call 707-527-4410 to get help with canvas and more.  
    • If students are not enrolled in Coun 270, they may complete the online orientation available in their portal and be able to register as Priority 4. Of course, we know that Coun 270 is the best choice for students and highly encourage attendance in this course as the first option for orientation.  

    11th Grade: 

    • SAT for May was canceled, June is still on as of now
    • ACT for April was canceled, June is still on as of now
    • Junior conferences - counselors were meeting with students before spring break for one on one junior conferences. If you did not meet with your counselor, you can email them to set up a time to review credits and schedule for next year. 
    • If you are signed up for an AP/Honors class next year, be sure to review this attachment the AP/Honors sheet o make surte you are joining google classroom, completing assignments, etc. 
    • If you wish to make a change to your schedule for next year, please contact your counselor 
    • For summer internships, jobs, and opportunities, review this attachment the internship sheet or contact Ms. Stoll for more ideas. 

    10th Grade: 

    • Take this interest profile survey to explore majors/careers you might be interested in: https://www.mynextmove.org/explore/ip 
    • Create/update resume - here’s a sample
    • SRJC has various career resources that can be helpful: https://careerhub.santarosa.edu/career-handouts 
    • Sophomore conferences were set to happen over these next two months but will now need to happen via email/online. 
    • If you are signed up for an AP/Honors class next year, be sure to review the AP/Honors sheet to make sure you are joining google classroom, completing assignments, etc. 
    • If you wish to make a change to your schedule for next year, please contact your counselor 
    • For summer internships, jobs, and opportunities, review the internship sheet or contact Ms. Stoll for more ideas. 

    9th Grade: 

    • If you are signed up for an AP/Honors class next year, be sure to review the AP/Honors document to make sure you are joining google classroom, completing assignments, etc. 
    • If you wish to make a change to your schedule for next year, please contact your counselor 
    • For summer internships, jobs, and opportunities, review the internship sheet or contact Ms. Stoll for more ideas.

    Schedules & Registration 2020-2021: 

    Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is complete. If students wish to make changes to their schedules for next year, they can email or visit their counselor. Please note that some classes are full and have waitlists. Also, AP/Honors classes are year long commitments, so if changes are needed, we recommend contacting your counselor by mid April to ensure classes.

    Summer School 2020: 

    Summer School for 2020 is now TBD - likely an online format but more information to come in future months. 

     
  • PE Waiver Information, Board Policy AR 6142.7: 

    PE Waivers MUST be turned in during the conclusion of the sport season. 

    2019-2020 School Year: 

    • Fall: 11/12/2019
    • Winter: 2/10/2020
    • Spring: 5/22/2020

    Qualifications: 

    1. Student athletes must have taken and passed physical education in grade 9 with a grade of “C” or better.
    2. Student athletes must score in the “healthy fitness zone” in five of the six fitness areas tested in grade 9 as measured by the FITNESSGRAM.
    3. Student athletes must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA (Total GPA), for each grading period during the period of exemption.
    4. The exempted physical education course must be replaced with another course, which cannot be an unscheduled (free) period, and student athletes must maintain a full class load, during the period of exemption.
    5. For each full season of sport completed in grades 10 and/or 11, student athletes will be exempted from physical education for one semester.
    6. During the annual course registration window, or upon new enrollment, a student athlete must notify his/her counselor of his/her intent to apply for a Physical Education Exemption Based on Interscholastic Athletic Program Participation, so that the student athlete is scheduled appropriately.
    7. At the conclusion of each season of sport the student athlete must complete a Physical Education Exemption Application, which has been signed by the student athlete, parent/guardian, and counselor. The athletic director will confirm completion of the season of sport and sign the application.
    8. Students who do not fulfill the requirements of this exemption by the start of grade 12, and have not satisfied the physical education graduation requirements, will need to earn their remaining physical education credits required for graduation.
     
  • Santa Rosa Junior College: 

    SRJC Info Summer & Fall 2020 (Concurrent students)

    If you are planning to take a SRJC class in the summer or fall, please review the information below and make sure you complete ALL steps.

    Steps to enroll in a SRJC Class: 

    Admissions & Records

    Santa Rosa Junior College

    1501 Mendocino Ave

    Santa Rosa, CA  95401

    • Register online during priority registration 
    • Show counselor proof of registration so we can adjust your schedule here if needed (remember OFF PERIODS ARE NOT GUARANTEED!)

    Important Dates: 

    • TBD: Summer/Fall schedule comes out 
    • May 15 – Deadline to Submit High School Dual Enrollment Program Request Forms for Summer/Fall 2020
    • May 20 @7am: All High School Dual Enrollment Students who have a summer/fall application for admission on file AND have submitted a High School Dual Enrollment Request Form by May 15th for the summer/fall semester
    • June 15th: Summer classes begin
    • August 17th: Fall classes begin 

      SRJC Jumpstart Info (Seniors): 

    • Tuesday, October 1st @12:40pm (Rm. B2): JumpStart Student Kick-Off Event 
    • Tuesday, October 1st: FAFSA/CA Dream/Doyle  Applications open (online)
    • Thursday, October 3rd  @6pm (PHS Library):  SRJC Parent Information Night (Spanish/English)
    • Tuesday, October 29th  (8:45am-3pm in F3):  Open CCC Application Workshops 
    • Friday, November 1st: PHS Scholarship Applications open (Ms. Stoll)
    • November TBD: Parent Info  for students with IEPs
    • November 12th - November 15th: Financial Aid Week
    • Thursday, November 14th @6pm (PHS Library/F3):  FAFSA/Cash for College Night
    • Tuesday, November 19th @ 12:10 (Library): Counseling 270 Info Meeting
    • Monday, December 2nd: High School Dual Enrollment Form Due to Counselors
    • Friday, December 6th @ 7am: Register for Spring Classes (Couns 270)
    • Saturday, January 11th  @830am-3pm:  Super Saturday at SRJC (both campuses)
    • Wednesday, January 22nd: PEF Scholarships are due by 4pm online
    • Wednesday, February 4th: PHS Scholarships are due by 12pm (noon) to Ms. Stoll
    • Thursday, February 6th @ 5:45 (F3): FAFSA/Cash for College Night
    • Monday, March 2nd:  FAFSA/CA Dream Application Deadline
    • Tuesday, April 14th @ 12:10-1:15/Library: 2nd Chance Open CCC registration
    • Spring 2019 (SRJC): JumpStart Counseling 270 Class (March/April)
    • April 30th @8am: Summer & Fall 2020 Registration Opens Online
    • Thursday, May 21 at 12:10 (Library) : End of year Jumpstart Celebration!

     SRJC Steps to Attend for the Summer or Fall of 2020:

    1.     Complete the Spring 2020 application to SRJC.
    2.     Complete a  Financial Aid (FAFSA) or CA Dream Application before March 2, 2020 to be eligible for Doyle Scholarship  and “SRJC for Free”
    3.     Complete & submit a High School Dual Enrollment Form to enroll in Counseling 270 
    4.     Enroll & successfully complete Counseling 270 as a high school student during the spring semester  to earn Priority 3 Registration for the Summer & Fall 2020
    5.     Summer & Fall 2020 Schedule of Classes will be available online in March 2020
    6.     Update your Summer/Fall 2020 online application to SRJC as a high school graduate
    7.     Students who do not attend Counseling 270, will still be able to earn priority 4 registration for Summer/Fall 2020 by completing an online orientation through their SRJC Student Portal and meeting with an SRJC Counselor to create an Educational Plan. These steps should only be completed after the student has a current application to SRJC on file.  Priority 4 will be offered 2 days after Priority 3, exact dates are still being determined.

    To get text reminders: Text @srjcjump to 81010