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Counseling Department - Grades 5-12

The mission of the WHS Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive program that will assist all students in acquiring the skills, knowledge and attitudes needed to become effective students, responsible citizens, productive workers and global learners.

Guidance

The Guidance counselors provide a comprehensive counseling program designed to ensure student success. Counselors work to facilitate each student’s personal, academic, and career development through individual guidance and group activities.  Counseling goals aim to foster student potential through identifying interests and abilities; enhancing productivity, dependability and responsibility; constructing self expression and control; and building decision making and conflict resolution skills, along with other social competencies that assist youth in becoming healthy well rounded adults.

Meet Our Staff

Jennifer Borelli
Jennifer Borelli
School Adjustment Counselor Grades 5-8

jborelli@westportschools.org

Marie Fallows
School Guidance Counselor - Grades 5, 6, & 7

mfallows@westportschools.org

Mary-Jo Medeiros
School Adjustment Counselor Grades 9-12

mmmedeiros@westportschools.org

Leslie Ruel
Leslie Ruel
School Guidance Counselor-Grades 11 & 12, AP/SSD Coordinator

lruel@westportschools.org

Victoria Gong
School Guidance Counselor Grades 8, 9, & 10

vgong@westportschools.org

Jackie Corey
Guidance Clerk 5-12

jcorey@westportschools.org

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May 15-AP English 11
May 16-AP Statistics

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