The Guidance Department at Workman High School seeks to provide rigorous and relevant curriculum, instruction, and guidance support services.
We want all students to graduate, not only knowing about, but also taking advantage of the opportunities available to them for college and/or career.
Our counselors focus on four main areas during the course of the year:
Guidance Curriculum – Involves the delivery of the guidance curriculum to ALL students through group and classroom activities that my include classroom presentations, teaching guidance curriculum, hosting parent meetings and partnering with other agencies or schools to provide essential information for students.
Individual Planning – Involves activities to help students manage their education, personal, and career development. Activities focus on assisting students to plan, monitor, and manage their present and future.
Responsive Services – Involves meeting the immediate needs and concerns of students and/or parents/guardians concerning their student. Counselors are available to assist students who are in need of personal support, counseling, consultation and referral.
System Support – Involves management activities that establish, maintain, and enhance the total guidance program. This includes management of guidance services, community outreach, research and development, and staff support activities and services.
Who is my Counselor?
Counseling caseloads are broken down by students’ last name
Ms. Loretta Guzman: Students with last names A - D
Mr. Martin Flores: Students with last names K - L and all ELD students
Ms. Karla Garcia: Students with last names L - Ra
Ms. Maily Han: Students with last names Re - Z
Ana Reyes: Will be working to increase support for students at risk
Counselors can be contacted by calling the Guidance Office at 626-933-8822 or by email. Our email list can be found under the staff directory.