STUDENTS WITH URGENT CONCERNS/PERSONAL EMERGENCIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO COME TO GUIDANCE IMMEDIATELY, WITH OR WITHOUT A SCHEDULED APPOINTMENT.
For new student registration appointments, please contact our guidance secretary,
Ms. Cressman at 519-880-9979 (press 4 for Guidance office).
Parents wishing to meet with guidance counsellors – please contact our guidance secretary to set up an appointment. Please do not use the online booking system (for current students only).
2020-2021 course selections are coming up in February! Your guidance staff is strongly recommending you book an appointment for planning assistance in January or early February to avoid our busiest time once MyWay opens. More details regarding course selections are coming soon!
Grade 10 Family Info Night @ University of Waterloo – February 20th
MORE INFO AND REGISTRATION HERE
SJAM students are strongly encouraged to visit the MyBlueprint site regularly to complete recommended tasks and work on your high school planner/post-secondary research. This website provides many helpful resources for students to plan high school courses, research potential post-secondary pathways and discover personal skills, interests and more! It includes direct links to post-secondary programs, financial literacy resources, resume/cover letter tools and employment information! CHECK IT OUT!
To access the site, use your WRDSB school account login/password.
SJAM GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR CASELOADS
(by student last name – please note changes for 2019-2020 school year)
Ms. Hilliard (A-Da) ext. 8-5525
Ms. Angel (De-Ji) ext. 8-5529
Mr. Richardson (Jo-L, Z) ext. 8-5527
Mrs. Lemon (M-Ri) ext. 8-5528
Mr. Todd – Dept. Head (Ro-Y) ext. 8-5526
Ms. Cressman (ext. 8-5520)
CHILD/YOUTH WORKERS (CYW):
Ms. Haertel (ext. 8-1609)
Ms. Gerth (ext. 8-1505)
Ms. Buchanan (ext. 8-5660)
PEER SUPPORT TEACHER (GPP3OI):
HOW CAN YOUR GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR HELP YOU?
- CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORM
- Post-secondary planning & school information:
- career research and planning
- interest inventories
- university/college/apprenticeship/job application process
- SJAM Guide to Study in the US
- Course selections
- Class concerns – class work/teacher concerns/student concerns
- Study skills/work habits
- Student exchange programs
- Summer school, E-learning & night school
- Personal support
- Job search: