Mission Statement: The mission of the Counseling Department at Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School is to assist all students in their educational, professional, personal and spiritual journey by providing the necessary support and resources in order to formulate and achieve goals for success.
The four general aspects of the department are:
- Educational – To assist students in meeting the challenges and demands of their academic studies and the college admissions process.
- Professional – To assist students in developing knowledge and skills needed when seeking careers and setting professional goals.
- Personal – To assist students in developing effective problem solving, conflict resolution and coping skills to make safe and healthy choices.
- Spiritual – To assist students in their spiritual development and search for meaning as needed.
Mrs. Antionette Parks (MSW) – Director of Counseling, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Jacqueline Pendergrass (MA) – College Counselor, email@example.com
Ms. Briana Wright (BA), College Counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Marguerite McNickle (MSW) – Counselor, email@example.com
Mrs. Melissa Kibler (MSW) – Counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Lucia Campos (MSW) – Counselor, email@example.com
Sometimes there are situations which may impede a student from being successful in the classroom, work study setting or at home. These situations may include depression, anger, family problems, peer relation problems, self-esteem & body imagine issues, and more. The student is not alone; there is assistance! At any point a student may seek the assistance of any one of the counselors in the Counseling Department.
- The Counselors will keep shared information confidential from others, except in the following circumstances:
- when authorized school personnel have a legitimate, educational need to have the information;
- when a student intends to harm himself/herself or another individual;
- when it is necessary to prevent clear and imminent danger;
- when a parent of a student or an emancipated student provides a written statement authorizing the release of information; when other situations exist, as required by law.
- If counseling services are provided in any of the circumstances listed above parents/guardians are notified.
School Counseling Services Forms:
The following consent forms require parent and student signature so that a student may receive ongoing counseling support during each school year, after an initial meeting with a Counselor.
- Form 20 – Consent for Ongoing School Counseling
- Form 20 – Consent for Ongoing School Counseling (Spanish)
- Christ Child Society – School Counseling Program
ASSISTANCE & SERVICES PROVIDED BY CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF WASHINGTON:
Select the county in which you live in…
- Quick Resource Guide – District of Columbia
- Quick Resource Guide – Montgomery County
- Quick Resource Guide – Prince George’s
For more information, go to http://www.catholiccharitiesdc.org/
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:
- Suicide Hotline (24 Hour)
1-800-273-TALK (in Spanish press 2)
- Maryland Youth Crisis Hotline
- Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Center (24 Hour)
Prince George’s Hospital
- Rape Crisis Center
- Wendt Center – Grief Counseling
- CyberSafety Hotline