AHS Counselor Daily Drop-In Office Hours via Zoom and FAQ's
The Agoura High School Counseling team is dedicated to providing school counseling services to ALL students during this virtual learning environment. We're here to talk with you about anything and help you with your personal needs and academic goals. You can email your counselor with questions or concerns, call them at their school extension and/or attend your counselors' drop-in office hours via Zoom. The phone numbers, times for drop-ins and Zoom links are listed below. Please remember that you might need to wait in the virtual "waiting room" as your counselor might be helping another student. You can also always request an appointment with your counselor and we'll meet with you the best way that works for you
Counselors Student Group
EXT. Dr. Linda Ordin A-Fav firstname.lastname@example.org Ext. 51239 Ms. Judi Craven Faw-Kre email@example.com Ext. 51241 Mr. Mike Lipka Kri-Ra firstname.lastname@example.org Ext. 51247 Mrs. Cathy Latty Re-Z email@example.com Ext. 51376 Registrar Lena Goryoka firstname.lastname@example.org Ext. 51243
Agoura High School students are served by four full time counselors. All counselors hold California Pupil Personnel Services Credentials and Master's Degrees.
This team is an integral and vital component in the development of the academic and personal goals of all students. They plan, implement and evaluate a counseling program that includes academic, career, personal and social development for all students. They work with parents, teachers and staff to advocate for high academic achievement and appropriate social development for each student.
In direct alignment with the National Standards for School Counseling, the team employs effective strategies to foster:
- proficient and discriminating learners
- creative, critical thinkers
- responsible, productive and ethical citizens.
Additionally, the Counseling Team strives to work with students, parents and other staff to facilitate transitions throughout the high school years. Counselors encourage students to be independent, to effectively communicate their needs, and make decisions that will prepare them to be productive and successful in their chosen academic and career paths. When life situations interfere with a student's pursuit of his or her academic and personal goals, it may be helpful for the student to talk with their school counselor .
Parent Resources: CLICK HERE for a great collection of easy to use and access resources you can use at home to keep the learning going while students are at home. Click on the link below and then click the arrows at the bottom to move through the slide deck for links.
LVUSD Counseling 360 Resources: The Community 360 Counseling Center will be offering 20 minute virtual appointments to staff, students, and parents who might need someone to talk to as we enter the coming weeks. If you'd like to book an appointment, go to Community360.me and click "Book an Appointment". This will set up a calendar time for a virtual check-in via Zoom.
Tech Support: Charter/Spectrum is supporting LVUSD during this transition to online learning. Any family that does not already have internet at home will get free internet for 3 months with no startup costs. All you have to do is call Spectrum directly at 844-488-8395 and let the rep know that the school district sent them.
LVUSD Tech Support can be reached here:
Email is preferred, as phone lines can get busy. Phone support for parents and students will be available from 8:30a to 3p Monday through Friday.
Thank you for your Patience
If there are further topics you feel we should share out to all AHS students/families, please CLICK HERE to make a suggestion. As we gather your responses, we will meet as a team to determine the best way to communicate with you. We appreciate your flexibility and understanding as we navigate this uncharted territory.
Take care and stay safe and please contact us if you have any counseling quesitons or concerns.