Guidance Office | Phone (330) 825-6104 | Fax (330) 706-0369
Mrs. Jessica WIlliams Mrs. Tracey Colecchi
Guidance Counselor (Last Names A-K) Guidance Counselor (Last Names L-Z)
(330) 825-7300 ext. 532128 (330) 825-7300 ext. 532127
Mrs. Georgiann Hosbach
PARENTS/GUARDIANS- IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET WITH A COUNSELOR ABOUT YOUR STUDENT, PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT. STUDENTS PLEASE FILL OUT A COUNSELOR SIGN UP LOCATED IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.
Upcoming Important Information
Guidance Office Fall Newsletter and Daily Announcements - Click on the link to the left of the page.
Newly enrolled Norton High School Students
Once you have registered your student at the Administration Building
the next step is student scheduling. A parent/guardian must call to
schedule an appointment with a counselor before your student may
begin attending Norton High School. Please call 330.825.6104
to set up an appointment. Please have a prior school's
transcript available when you and your student meet with the counselor.
Thank you and we look forward to working with you this year.
PAST NORTON GRADUATES, SENIORS AND JUNIORS NEEDING A TRANSCRIPT FOR COLLEGE OR EMPLOYMENT. PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK TO THE LEFT - TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORM FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS ON THE PAGE.
PLEASE JOIN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE THIS COMING SCHOOL YEAR FOR OUR FIRST COFFEE WITH THE COUNSELORS
WE WILL BE HAVING INFORMAL DISCUSSIONS ON THE DAYS LISTED BELOW.
JOIN US FOR COFFEE AND DONUTS AT 8:00AM IN ROOM 117.
JANUARY 8TH: TEEN MENTAL HEALTH
MARCH 4TH: Q & A
PLEASE CALL 330.825.6104 OR EMAIL TCOLECCHI@NORTONSCHOOLS.ORG
TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT!
What is the role of a Secondary School Counselor?
We are professional educators with a mental health perspective to understand and respond to the challenges presented by today's diverse student population. We provide pro-active leadership to help student's achieve success in school. Some of the ways we do this are through: Individual and group counseling, career planning, academic skills support, organizational, study and test taking skills, post-secondary planning, coping strategies, peer relationships and effective social skills, career awareness, substance abuse education, diversity awareness, family/school crisis intervention, consultation/collaboration, referral and many others.