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Counseling Department & Registration


Welcome


 

The objective of the Anson Jones Guidance and Counseling Department is to assist all students with the knowledge and skills necessary for healthy development.  We visit with students in the classroom, individually, and in small groups applying the Northside Guidance and Counseling Program's four components:

  • Guidance Curriculum: to help students develop their full potential, including the student's interests and career objectives.
  • Responsive Services: to intervene on behalf of any student whose immediate personal concerns or problems put the student's continued educational, career, personal, or social development at risk.
  • Individual Planning: to guide a student as the student plans, monitors and manages the student's own educational, career, personal and social development.
  • System Support: to support the efforts of teachers, staff, parents, and other members of the community in promoting the educational, career, personal, and social development of students.

We recognize that parents, school personnel and the community each have important roles to play and valuable resources to contribute in assisting students with their development.  We look forward to assisting you and your student.

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Confidentiality - Informed Consent


What inforpicmation needs to be told to parents and/or school officials?

Any situation involving:

  •  Harm to self
  •  Harm to others/Abuse
  •  Pregnancy/Sexual Contact
  •  Campus Safety Issues
  •  Information requested by valid subpoena

 



Students Needing Assistance Pronto (SNAP)




Magnetic Schools and Other Academic Opportunities




High School Preparation




Course Card Registration 2013-2014


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Jones 6th Grade Course Card.pdf 1/24/2013
Jones 7th Grade Course Card.pdf 4/20/2013
Jones 8th Grade Course Card.pdf 2/2/2013
9th Grade Course Card Jay HS.pdf 1/25/2013

Upcoming Events

Event Location Date
1/31/2014 3:00 PM
2/3/2014 8:40 PM
2/7/2014 3:00 PM

2013 - 2014 Counselors


Counseling Support Staff

Debbie Peters, Counseling Grade Reporting Secretary

210-397-2132

 

Margaret Wilson, Communities in Schools (CIS)

210-397-2142

 

Sara Weir, Communities in Schools (CIS)

210-397-2143

 

Felicia Canales, Attendance Secretary

210-397-2108

 

Leo Martinez, Campus Police

210-397-2145


Referral Resources

Parents with medical insurance please call the 1-800 number on the back of your Medical Insurance Card and ask the operator to guide you to the provider for Mental Health Emergency or Mental Health Services that your insurance company uses in San Antonio.

 

24 hour Emergency Mental Health Facilities:

Methodist Specialty/Transplant Hospital 210-575-0500
Nix Health Care System 210-271-1800
Southwest Mental Health Center 210-616-0300
University Hospital Crisis Center 210-223-7233
Laurel Ridge Treatment Center 210-491-3591

 

United Way Help Line (211)

San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse 210-225-4741

 



Forms

Title Filename Modified
Student Self-Referral Form.pdf 8/31/2013
TeacherStaff Referral Form (1).pdf 8/31/2013

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