AMS counselors are committed to helping students acquire the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary:

  • for academic success
  • to understand and respect themselves and others
  • to establish career goals and understand the relationship between work and school

Services Provided:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Career Counseling
  • Parent Counseling
  • Teacher Consultation
  • Parent/Teacher/Student Conferences
  • Credit/Grade Checks
  • Tutoring
  • Behavior Support Plans
  • Guidance Programs
  • Community Resources
  • High School Resources
  • State Wide Testing

Parents are encouraged to speak with the student’s counselor throughout the school year.

Parents who want to discuss their child’s development with either teacher and/or counselor may call the appropriate counselor to make an appointment.


Ashana Mullins
7th Grade Counselor

Larry Au
8th Grade Counselor

Billie-Ann Takahashi
School Services Coordinator

Jasmin Chang
School Based Behavioral Health

Joey Delorenzo
Military and Family Life Counselor Program (MFLAC)
Phone: 282-6221
Parent Consent Form

Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Service (ASACS) Counselor

PDF Files

Informational flyer
Helpful Resources for Families August 2020

School Acronyms:
  • BSP – Behavior Support Plan
  • CSAP – Comprehensive Student Alienation Program
  • CSSS – Comprehensive Student Support System
  • FBA – Functional Behavior Assessment
  • IEP – Individualized Education Plan
  • ISS – In-School Suspension
  • MP – Modification Plan
  • PBS – Positive Behavior Support
  • PTC – Parent/Teacher Conference
  • SAP – School Attendance Program
  • SBBH – School-Based Behavioral Health
  • SSC – Student Services Coordinator
  • SCC- School Community Council

Understanding Anxiety

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The Calming Mantra

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Make a copy for yourself.