Crisis Counselor Eileen Klima
Arcata High's Crisis Counselor supports students who are in crisis and/or struggling with drug and alcohol problems. Students may sign up to see her on a clip board in the attendance office. She can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or 825-2400.
Policy to see Mrs. Klima during school hours:
1. First go to class on time.
2. Ask your teacher to call Mrs. Klima to check if she is available to see you.
3. If Mrs. Klima is NOT available, stay in class.
4. If she is available, your teacher will send you to Mrs. Klima with a hall pass.
5. After working with Mrs. Klima, stop by Marie's desk to clear your pass.
6. If this is a non-emergency, see Ms. Barnett in front office and sign up on the clip board.
Nurse Joan Corbett
Arcata High's nurse is on campus Mondays, Wednesdays, andThursdays. Our nurse conducts regular vision and hearing screenings, maintains students long-term health needs, and is available for short term and emergency health issues. Students are welcomed to make appointments or drop-in as needed during her open door hours. She can be reached by email at email@example.com or 825-2400.
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