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Bunn, Tiffany

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Text "TREVOR" to 202-304-1200

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Text "TEEN" to 839863



Counseling Program

A counseling program is an integral component of the educational system and is vital in preparing and assisting students to be successful, lifelong learners.  DHS school counselors and other members of the student support team (school psychologists, school social workers, child welfare and attendance supervisors, and school nurses) assist students in making decisions, managing emotions, coping with crises, overcoming barriers to learning, and seeking access to the core curriculum. School counselors and members of the support team help students set short and long-term goals, improve attendance, reduce and resolve conflicts, and prevent youth suicide.


CUSD’s Professional School Counselors provide a comprehensive school counseling program that incorporates prevention & intervention activities through school-wide assemblies and activities, classroom guidance lessons, intentional guidance groups, individual counseling and collaboration with outside community resources that will address the needs of ALL students in the areas of academic achievement, social-emotional well-being & college/career readiness.


For additional information, please visit the California Department of Education website.



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12th Grade Counselor Mrs. Brewer

9th Grade A-L

Roman, Kimberly

9th Grade M-Z

Buycks, Monique

10th Grade A-L

Moore, Sherrie

10th Grade M-Z

Washington, Cynthia

11th Grade A-Z

Conchas, Jeanette

12th Grade A-Z

Brewer, Michelle