• GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING

     

    PHILOSOPHY

    The guidance philosophy of the Hudson Schools is based on the belief that each student is unique and has varying needs, abilities and interests. As a result, there is a strong commitment to the total development of each student. The guidance program focuses on personal, social, educational and career development with the primary goal of meaningful and productive citizenship.

     

    Counselor Assignments (by last name):

     

    A-Co............................................ Mrs. Cori Melling

    Cp-G................................................... Mrs. Kelsey Haggerty

    H-Li..................................................... Miss Jill Okey

    Lj-Pe................................................... Mrs. Nicole Carmichael

    Pf-Sp (Six District Programs)...............Mrs. Jen Chadima

    Sq-Z (Dept. Chair).......................... Ms. Shelley Laudato

     

                                        Guidance Secretaries:
     
                                   Mrs. Linda Golden

                                        Mrs. Becky Wormer

                                        Phone: 330.653.1420

     

                                        Records Secretary:

                                        Mrs. Cheryl Barnes 

                                        Phone: 330.653.1419

     

     

    PLANNING

     
     
    Students are encouraged to plan carefully a program of study that will assist them in reaching their educational goals. The college preparatory program, accelerated, advanced placement programs and the career educational programs, outlined on the following pages, are designed to guide students in selecting the subjects that will lead them toward achieving their goals.

    It is important that students select courses to fit their career plans. It is suggested that they:

    1. Review all requirements for graduation.

    2. Read the information given about each department.

    3. Complete a Course/Credit/Worksheet paying particular attention to requirements and goals.

    4. Know and understand the recommended college preparatory and accelerated-advanced curriculum.