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Counseling and Guidance Home Page

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Thank you for visiting our Counseling and Guidance page.  This page is to connect Chaparral students and parents to helpful resources related to the Middle School years. 

NEW INFORMATION
For families and seniors.
 

2020-2021 End of Year - Awards Ceremonies

6th Grade
 
7th Grade
 
8th Grade
 
 
Create a stress management plan that includes: 
1. Your signs of stress
2. Reframing your distress to eustress
3. Strategies to help you manage your stress
4. Two people who can help you
 

 What is the role of a counselor?

The counselors at Chaparral meet the needs of our students by providing counseling support in the areas of personal/social, academics, and career development.

 

Who’s my counselor and how can I contact them?

You may contact your child's counselor by using the email addresses below.

6th Grade Counselor: Mrs. Ebel - kebel@wvusd.org

7th Grade Counselor: Mr. Tran - htran@wvusd.org

8th Grade Counselor: Ms. Aquino - caquino@wvusd.org


(To speak with your child's counselor please email them with a call back number.)

 

Visit each counselors' individual web page below. 

For Mr. Tran's page, click here

For Ms. Aquino's page, click here

For Mrs. Ebel's page, click here.

 

Students: Sign up for your Counselor's Google Classroom below.

(The Google Classroom will only work with your district account.)

For Mr. Tran's Classroom, click here (For class code, email htran@wvusd.org)

For Ms. Aquino's Classroom, click here (For class code, email caquino@wvusd.org)

For Mrs. Ebel's Classroom, click here (For class code, email kebel@wvusd.org)

 

Who is the School Psychologist?

School Psychologist: Ms. Rita Gutierrez

To visit Ms. Rita's web page, click here.

Email: rgutierrez@wvusd.org

 

What is the role of a School Psychologist?

School psychologists support students' ability to learn and teachers ability to teach.  They apply expertise in mental health, learning, and behavior, to help students succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally.