Counselor Corner

Welcome to Mohawk High School's Guidance Web Page! Ms. Lisa Zellner is the school counselor for grades 10-12 and Mrs. Michelle Snay is the school counselor for grades 7-9. We look forward to working with you and your children! Feel free to contact us anytime!

Mrs. Snay 419-927-6222 x2003 or michelle.snay@mohawklocal.org

Ms. Zellner 419-927-6222 x2004 or lisa.zellner@mohawklocal.org

Please see the menu bar on the left for additional important information.


If you are experiencing a crisis, help is available 24 hours a day. See the Crisis Text Line and Suicide Prevention Lifeline numbers below.

Anonymous reporting can be done on the Tipline through the Mohawk Local Schools App.




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Need Help filling out the FAFSA Forms? Sign up for a workshop


FAFSA Line-by-Line Webinars - Coming in October 2022

Students and families need our help now more than ever to get on and stay on track for their postsecondary plans. Many students need assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid(FAFSA) to help cover college expenses. OASFAA will offer two line-by-line FAFSA training webinars in October 2022. These webinars are built for school counselors, teachers, advisors, and other education stakeholders who are willing to provide assistance to a student to get this form completed. These webinars will offer steps related to establishing an FSA ID, completing the FAFSA, understanding the follow-up steps plus additional FAFSA resources available for education professionals and students/families. Please register for one of these webinars. After the webinar, you will be able to download the webinar slides to become a FAFSA expert so that we can build an army of people who can help our students in this time of great need.

Registration for these events is required.

Please click on the registration link below for the webinar of your choice.

Registration Link for Thursday, October 6, 2022, from 1:00-2:30 pm

Registration Link for Tuesday, October 11, 2022, from 9:00-10:30 am



For those who were unable to attend the 8th Grade High School Planning Meeting on 12/1/21, the presentation is below. Just click on it and then click on the small box to open the presentation in a new window.

Dec. 2021 8th grade Parent High School Planning Meeting.pdf

Helpful Parenting Articles: TEACHable Moments from KNOW!

To Balance Work and Play - Click HERE to read more

Better Sleep=Better School Performance - Click HERE to read more

To Ease the Transition Back to School - Click HERE to read more

How Your Parenting Skills Rate - Click HERE to read more

You Are NOT Alone - Click HERE to read more

May is Mental Health Month - Click HERE to read more

To Keep It Safe This Party Season - Click HERE to read more

To Talk Teen Romance - Click HERE to read more

Online Predators On The Rise - Click HERE to read more

Our Youth Are Beyond Stressed - Click HERE to read more

To Put Self-Care and Connection into Practice in the New Year - Click HERE to read more

Compassion and Caring to reduce COVID stigma - Click HERE to read more

Gratitude for the Health of It - Click HERE to read more

To Bust the Myths to Prevent Teen Prescription Drug Abuse - Click HERE to read more

Know, Secure, Dispose - To Prevent Teen Prescription Drug Abuse - Click HERE to read more

To Positively Connect With Your Teen - Click HERE to read more

To Beware of the Benadryl Challenge - Click HERE to read more

You Are Not Alone - Click HERE to read more

To Reassure and Support Children During the COVID-19 Crisis - Click HERE to read more

The New Line of Nicotine Products Enticing Youth - Click HERE to read more

How to Set Dating Boundaries - Click HERE to read more

Love Is Respect - Click HERE to read more

Frequent Family Dinners Make a Big Difference - Click HERE to read more

How to Keep Kids in Focus if Divorce Occurs - Click HERE to read more

How to Fight Teen Depression - Click HERE to read more

The Red Flags of Teen Depression - Click HERE to read more

Teens are NOT so Footloose and Fancy-Free - Click HERE to read more

To Put Kindness into Action - Click HERE to read more

Alert Weed Awareness - Click HERE to read more

TTo Practice Good Sportsmanship - Click HERE to read more

To Handle Mean Girls and Move On - Click HERE to read more

To Defend Against Mean Girls - Click HERE to read more

Special Alert: E-Cigarettes aren't safe - Click HERE to read more

To Pump Them Up For A Successful New School Year - Click HERE to read more

Parents Who Host Lose the Most - Click HERE to read more

Your Parental Role: First Line of Defense - Click HERE to read more

Underage Drinking is a Big Deal - Click HERE to read more

What's New With 420 - Click HERE to read more

How Your Child's Health Habits Rank - Click HERE to read more

The Facts on Youth Suicide - Click HERE to read more

Sleep Is Fuel For Life - Click HERE to read more

The Link Between Alcohol and Sexual Assault - Click HERE to read more


Start Talking! Building a Drug-Free Future

An effort is underway across Ohio to prevent drug abuse among Ohio’s most vulnerable citizens – our children. Former Governor John R. Kasich and First Lady Karen W. Kasich launched Start Talking! to give parents, guardians, educators and community leaders the tools to start the conversation with Ohio’s youth about the importance of living healthy, drug-free lives. Click on the link below for information that targets parents and caregivers of middle school students and empowers them to raise their children substance-free.

Empowering Parents to Raise Their Children To Be Substance-Free