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Contacting Your Counselor

Click on your Professional School Counselor's name to learn more about them!

 

Mr. Brandon Boiser

9th grade: A - L

brandon.boiser@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext.60026)

F-Building Admin. Office

 

Mr. Clyde Archibeque

9th grade: M - Z

archibeque_cl@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60003)

F-Building Admin. Office

 

Ms. Angelica Delgadillo

College "Go" Center Counselor

9 - 12th grades: All students

angelica.delgadillo@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60134)

Front Office

 

Ms. Deborah Schnalzer

10-12th grades: A - C

schnalzer@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60040)

Counseling Center

 

Mrs. Leticia Montano

10-12th grades: D - Ha

montano_le@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60132)

Counseling Center

 

Ms. Kateri Sisneros

10-12th grades: He - Mi

kateri.sisneros@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext.60102)

Counseling Center

 

Ms. Jana Villegas

10-12th grades: Mo - Ro

villegas@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60162)

Health Office

 

Mrs. Deanna Valdez

10-12th grades: Ru - Z

valdez_de@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60107)

Counseling Center

 

Mrs. Annette Chavez

Counseling Secretary

505.243.1458 (ext. 60153)

annette.chavez@asp.edu

Counseling Center

Things our secretary, Mrs. Chavez, can assist you with….

 

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AHA Professional Counseling Department

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Our mission is to empower students to reach their potential by balancing support and autonomy, while addressing barriers to learning.

 

The Professional School Counselors at Atrisco Heritage Academy High School are dedicated to provide a comprehensive school counseling program to ensure personal/social, academic, and career development of every student, and are committed to collaborate with administration, parents, and community members so all students succeed as productive members of society.

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Requesting a transcript is easier than ever!

 

Atrisco Heritage Academy HS has partnered with Parchment to provide secure online transcript ordering available 24/7. Creating an account is free and only takes a few steps. Get started now!

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Let's prevent bullying together by helping to create a safe and respectful school environment.  Here are some helpful tips:

  • Research and educate yourself about bullying
  • Treat others with respect and kindness
  • Help students who are being bullied
  • Don't participate in bullying behavior
  • Find an adult on campus you can talk to if you need help

For more information please visit:  StopBullying.gov

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AHA Counseling Office Hours:

The AHA Counseling offices are open Monday - Friday

from

7am - 3pm

2017-18

 

Awareness Calendar

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December is:

National Impaired Driving Prevention Month

December 10th is Human Rights Day

National Impaired Driving Prevention Month

Impaired driving includes distracted driving, drugged driving, and drunk driving.

Drunk drivers kill more than 10,000 people annually, and about one-third of traffic deaths in the United States involve a driver with a blood alcohol concentration above the legal limit.

Distracted driving is any activity that diverts attention from driving, including talking or texting on your phone, eating and drinking, talking to people in your vehicle, fiddling with the stereo, entertainment or navigation system—anything that takes your attention away from the task of safe driving.

Texting is the most alarming distraction. Sending or reading a text takes your eyes off the road for 5 seconds. At 55 mph, that's like driving the length of an entire football field with your eyes closed. http://youth.gov/feature-article/december-national-impaired-driving-prevention-month

DECEMBER 5TH – We will have a table with activities to promote safe driving out on the plaza. Join students in pledging to “X THE TXT” and to drive safely.

December 10th Human Rights Day

"Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home -- so close and so small that they cannot be seen on any maps of the world. [...] Unless these rights have meaning there, they have little meaning anywhere. Without concerted citizen action to uphold them close to home, we shall look in vain for progress in the larger world." -- Eleanor Roosevelt

In 1948, the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights marked a milestone in the history of human rights. For the first time, it laid out fundamental human rights for all, to be universally protected. Today, 68 years later, the Declaration remains as relevant as ever.

Please see the attached document for ways you can stand up for human rights!


 

Below are some helpful resources:

 

What is Counseling?

 

Counselors: Then vs. Now

 

12 Things You Should Know About Professional Counselors

 

 

 

For additional resources and information please see your AHA Professional School Counselor.  

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