The counseling team serves a student population of over 1700. Students are assigned to counselors alphabetically by last name and work with the same counselor for all 4 years. Counselors are available to help with academics, social and emotional needs, personal issues, and planning for the future.
Counseling Office has an open-door policy for all of our students during the
school year. If a parent would like to meet with a counselor, an appointment needs to be
scheduled. Due to the many changing events that happen during the day,
counselors are often unable to take parent walk-ins. To set up an appointment,
please email your child’s counselor directly at the email address and the counselor
will be happy to set an appointment with you.
Curriculum Vice Principal Secretary
503-916-5200 x 66098 / email@example.com
503-916-5200 x 66093 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Students: A - Di
503-916-5200 x 66084 / email@example.com
Students: Dj - I
Phone: 503-916-5200 x 66088 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Students: J - Mo
503-916-5200 x 66089 / email@example.com
Students: Mp - Sc & Foreign Exchange Counselor
503-916-5200 x 66086 /firstname.lastname@example.org
Students: Se - Z
503-916-5200 x 66083 / email@example.com
All Students - College & Career Coordinator
503-916-5200 x 75419 / firstname.lastname@example.org
All Students - Academic Support Counselor
(503) 916-5200 x 75415 /email@example.com
- Provides support to special education team to complete psycho-educational assessments and individualized education programs (IEPs) for students who have educational disabilities such as learning disabilities, ADHD, health impairments, emotional disturbances and autism spectrum disorders.
- Offers group and individual counseling services to students on IEPs and others who might require them.
- Consults with the Lincoln Student Support Team and Health Action Network.
- Helps design the three-tiered intervention model for academics and social/emotional/behavioral learning at LHS.Universal supports for all students, supplemental supports for students at risk, and targeted supports for students identified with educational disabilities.
- Consults with administration and teachers on issues such as suicide prevention and intervention, distress tolerance and mindfulness skills, accommodations for students with educational disabilities, and school climate (e.g., GLBT, attendance initiative, etc.).
(503) 916-5200 x66087 / firstname.lastname@example.org