Norton City Schools

Guidance Department

Guidance Office | Phone (330) 825-6104 | Fax (330) 706-0369

   
 
Mrs. Tracey Colecchi
Guidance Counselor (Last Names L-Z)
330-825-7300, ext. 532127
 
 
 
Mrs. Jessica Williams
Guidance Counselor (Last Names A-K)
330-825-7300, ext. 532128
 
 
 
Mrs. Georgiann Hosbach
Guidance Office Secretary
330-825-6104
 
 
               
Upcoming Important Information 
                 
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 after
August 12 to set up the 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.                             
                         
                 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 THE HIGH SCHOOL MAIN OFFICE CONFERENCE ROOM.   Image result for COFFEE EMOJI
 
                   SEPTEMBER 4TH: COLLEGE PLANNING
                                   NOVEMBER 6TH: STUDY SKILLS
                                   JANUARY 8TH: TEEN MENTAL HEALTH           
                                   MARCH 4TH: Q & A 
 
PLEASE CALL 330.825.6104 OR EMAIL TCOLECCHI@NORTONSCHOOLS.ORG TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT! 
 
 
 
 

                                                     2019 FINANCIAL AID MEETING

                                                                  OCTOBER 8, 2019

                                                       6:30 PM IN THE NHS AUDITORIUM

  

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.