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Counseling

Start of the year schedule Changes

The counselors will not be doing in-person schedule changes this year unless students have a free period on their schedule at that time. If you'd like to request a schedule change, please click on the flyer below.

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2020-21 Letters of Recommend-ation

Students, if you need a letter of recommendation, please fill out the form below. Your response will go to your counselor and provides them with important information.

Credit Recovery and Cyber High

The YEP Credit Recovery program provides students with the opportunity to get back on schedule to graduate when they have fallen behind.

Peer Mediation

Ms. Allan's Peer Mediators are trained to support MEHS students. To refer a student, please use this form

Senior Night October 7th

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Mt.Eden High School

Counseling Department

Phone:  (510) 723-3180

Fax:  (510) 781-6167

 

Counseling Team

School, family and community

working together

 

Counseling Caseloads

Caseload

 

        Counselor                                       

To Make an Appointment

9th grade (Except AVID, PUENTE & MTAP)

Celeste Pracale

cpracale@husd.us                                              

To make an appointment with Ms. Pracale click here.

10th grade (Except AVID, PUENTE & MTAP)

Neetu Rai

hr2912@husd.us     

 

To make an appointment with Ms. Rai click here.

11th grade (Except AVID, PUENTE & MTAP)

Melanie Morsy

mmorsy@husd.us

 

Please email Ms. Morsy to set an appointment.

12th grade (Except AVID, PUENTE & MTAP)

David Cavallero

dcavallero@husd.us

 

To make an appointment with Mr. Cavallero click here.

All PUENTE students (grades 9-12)

Veronica Morelos

vmorelos@husd.us

To make an appointment with Ms. Morelos click here.

All AVID and MTAP students (grades 9-12)

John Zentner

jzentner@husd.us

To make an appointment with Mr. Zentner click here.


 

Counseling Support Staff

Title Name Contact
Registrar Ranisha Todd-Frazier

rtodd@husd.us

Room B-6, x62144

Data Tech Yvette Cook

ycook@husd.us

Attendance Office, x62217

Community 

Liaison

Maria Duenas

mduenas@husd.us

Room D-7,  x62300

College & Career

Advisor

Johanah Hernandez

jhernandez@husd.us

Career Center, x62122

EAOP Advisor Santiago Aguiar

santiago.a@berkeley.edu

Appointments

ELL Specialist Irlanda Santiago

isantiago@husd.us

Room D-7, x62266

 

California DREAM Act

All MEHS students have a personalized CaliforniaColleges.edu account for college and career planning:

► My HUSD transcript ► UC Application
► My A-G eligibility and academic planning ► My Community College Application
► My CSU Application ► FAFSA Integration
► Career Planning ► and much, much more

 Students use their school Google account (____@husd.k12.ca.us) to log in.

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Student Support Services

Programs Available at MEHS

Advanced Placement Classes/Exams:Offered annually to enable high school students to demonstrate college-level achievement. The exams are designed for use by colleges in granting credit, advanced placement, or both, for a course in a particular subject. Advanced Placement is open to all students who think it will serve their educational needs. Contact: various A.P. teachers/counselors

AVID-Achievement Through Individual Determination: A program designed to help students learn necessary study skills to prepare for college/university; Contact: John Zentner, Counselor

California Scholarship Federation: An honors society for students who meet certain academic requirements. Contact: Ms. Chris Brown, Advisor

Career Center:Located in the school library, the Center offers higher education and career information. Internet access is available for career interest surveys such as California Colleges.    Contact: Ms. Johanah Hernandez, Career Tech

Peer Mediation: Student Mediators, trained in conflict resolution, assist other students in peacefully and confidentially resolving social problems 

Contact: Ms. Allan, Teacher; Melanie Morsy, Counselor or any Assistant Principal

Parent Club: The purpose of the club is to support students and staff, and to provide a means for parents to learn more about the high school and stay in touch with school experiences. We encourage and financially support communications, special school or teacher needs, and student scholarships for seniors. Contact the Principal’s Secretary for information on monthly meetings.

Puente: A college-bound program for high school students with emphasis in Latin American literature. Contact: Veronica Morelos, Puente Counselor

Student Success Team: A program to discuss, evaluate and develop plans to improve student success. Individual referrals are made by teacher, parent, counselor or administrator. Contact: Counselor or A.P. assigned to student

Summer School: Available for all students who need to make up failed classes or improve previous grades. Students/Parents who need Summer School will be notified via email in the spring and will register for Summer School online.

ELAC: English Language Learners Advisory Committee: A group of parents who support the needs of our ELL student population. Contact: Irlanda Santiago, ELD Specialist

EAOP (U.C. Berkeley’s Early Academic Outreach Program):EAOP is designed to help students increase their educational opportunities while improving their academic preparation for high school and university level work. More information is available through the Mt. Eden counseling office and EAOP contact: Santiago Aguiar, UC Berkeley

Destination College Advising Corps (DCAC)

Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP)

For an appointment click here.

Summer Search: A program funded by a non-for-profit that recruits low income sophomores who show leadership potential. 10th graders who are selected receive mentors, community service and free overseas travel opportunities and, during their senior year, application help and financial assistance for college. Contact: John Zentner, Counselor

 

YEP-Youth Enrichment Program: After school program designed to improve academic achievement; provides tutoring and other special activities for students; contact Sarah Murphy for application

 

ETS-Educational Talent Search: A program providing mentors & academic support for low income students who will be the first generation to go to college.

 

COST-Coordination of Service Team:

 

Crisis Counseling:

Mt Eden counselors are available for initial assessment of a student in crisis upon referral by teacher, parent, or a student him/herself. The counselor may then refer students and families to outside agencies for more long-term assistance and/or counseling services.

           

*Youth and Family Services: 293-7048 (part of the Hayward Police Dept.)

           

            *Eden Youth and Family Center: 785-6690

 

            *Crisis Support Services of Alameda County: 1-800-309-2131

 

            *La Familia Counseling Services: 881-5921

 

Concurrent Enrollment:

 

Chabot Community College

High School students may take classes for free at Chabot or at another local community college concurrently with their classes at Mt. Eden High school or during their summer breaks. Students may choose to do this in order to make up high school credits or to get ahead in specific subject areas. The Concurrent Enrollment procedures can be found on the Chabot website (chabotcollege.edu). Students should contact their Counselor if they need assistance with Concurrent Enrollment process.

 

ROP (Regional Occupational Programs)

Juniors and Seniors who are not unit deficient may choose to take classes through a variety of programs at the Eden Area Regional Occupational Center. Programs include:

Students enrolled in ROP programs  take three classes on the MEHS campus and three classes at the ROC campus daily. The ROC is located on Hesperian across from Chabot Community College.

 

Servicios de apoyo para estudiantes

 

Programas disponibles en MEHS

Clases/Exámenes de Colocación Avanzado:Se ofrece anualmente para permitir a los estudiantes demostrar un nivel de colegio. Los exámenes son diseñados para el uso de colegios para dar crédito, colocación de avanzo, o para ambos o cursos en alguna materia particular. Colocación avanzada esta abierta para todos los estudiantes que creen que les servirá para sus necesidades académicas. Contacto: varios Vise-Directores Maestros/consejeros

Federación de Becas de California:Una sociedad de honores para estudiantes que cumplen con ciertos requisitos académicos. Contacto: Sra. Chris Brown, Consejera

Centro de Carreras:Localizado en la biblioteca de la escuela, el centro ofrece educación superior y información acerca de carreras. Acceso a la Internet esta disponible para  explorar carreras de interés para los estudiantes, navegar el Internet con información de carreras, careercruising.com    Contacto: Ms. Johanah Hernández, Career Tech

Mediación de Conflicto: Estudiantes Mediadores, entrenados en resoluciones de conflicto, asistir a otros estudiantes a resolver problemas sociales en una manera tranquila y confidencial. Contacto: Vise-Director  o Consejero

Club de Padres: El propósito de este club es para dar apoyo a los estudiantes y personal de la escuela y proveer recursos para que los padres aprendan mas acerca de la preparatoria y para quedarse conectados con las experiencias de la escuela.  Fortalecemos y apoyamos a escuela especial, necesidades de los maestros, y becas para estudiantes que estén en su último año de preparatoria. ! Participar es fácil! Contacte a la secretaria de la Directora para más información acerca de las juntas mensuales.  

Puente: Programa de colegio para estudiantes de preparatoria con un énfasis en literatura de Latino América. Contacto: Verónica Morelos, Consejera del Programa Puente

Equipo Estudiantes de Éxito:Programa para tratar, evaluar y desarrollar planes para mejorar el éxito de los estudiantes. Referencias individuales son hechas por los maestros, padres, consejeros, o administradores. Contacto: Consejero asignado para cada estudiante

Escuela de Verano: Disponible para todos los estudiantes que necesiten recuperar clases reprobadas o mejorar calificaciones anteriores. Los estudiantes / padres que necesiten la escuela de verano serán notificados por correo electrónico en la primavera y se registrarán para la escuela de verano en línea.

ELAC:Comité Consultivo de aprendices de ingles. Comité: Grupo de padres que apoyan las necesidades de los estudiantes aprendices de ingles. Contacto: Irlanda Santiago, ELD Especialista

EAOP (U.C. Berkeley’s Early Academic Outreach Program):EAOP esta diseñado para ayudar a estudiantes a aumentar las oportunidades educacionales y a la misma vez mejorar académicamente su preparación para la preparatoria y la universidad. Más información esta disponible en la oficina de consejeria de Mt. Eden. Contacto de EAOP: Santiago Aguiar, UC Berkeley

 

Consejeria de Crisis:

Consejeros de Mt Eden están disponibles para asesoramientos iniciales de estudiantes en crisis sobre referencia por un maestro, padre, o por el mismo estudiante. El consejero dará referencia al estudiante y su familia a agencias fuera de la escuela para que recibir asistencia o servicios de consejeria.

           

*Youth and Family Services: 293-7048 (part of the Hayward Police Dept.)

            *Eden Youth and Family Center: 785-6690

*Crisis Support Services of Alameda County: 1-800-309-2131

*La Familia Counseling Services: 881-5921

 

Inscripción Actual: 

Chabot Colegio Comunitario

Estudiantes de preparatoria pueden tomar clases gratuitas en Chabot u otro colegio comunitario local al mismo tiempo que sus clases en Mt. Eden o durante el verano. Estudiantes pueden hacer esto para tomar alguna materia que no pasaron o para estar adelantados en cualquier otra área. Los procesos de inscripción concurrente pueden ser en adquiridos en la pagina de Internet de Chabot (chabotcollege.edu). Los estudiantes deben comunicarse con su consejero si necesitan ayuda con el proceso de inscripción simultánea.

 

ROP (Regional Occupational Programs)

Estudiantes del grado 11 y 12 que no tenga deficiencias puede escoger una variedad de clases por medio de programas del Eden Area Regional Occupational Center. Los programas incluyen:

Estudiantes inscriptos en programas de ROP toman tres clases en Mt. Eden y tres clases en la escuela de ROP diariamente. ROC esta localizado en la calle Hesperian cruzando la calle del colegio comunitario Chabot. 

Chabot Concurrent Enrollment

Mt. Eden students may take college courses at Chabot this summer. Chabot courses provide students with a broader selection of classes than our school offers. The course work earns college credits so students are a little closer to *college* graduation and tuition is waived for MEHS students.

Check it out here.