Welcome to the Whiteaker Counseling Program Website! 

WELCOME TO WHITEAKER. Lots of awesome stuff happening around here at this time. This is a great time to remind you all to make sure your students are taking advantage of getting ready to come back to school. Please make sure to attend our Taking Care of Business Day on Monday, August 28th. This is a great time to get your photo taken, see the building and gather your Draft Schedule. In addition, please make sure that within the next two weeks, both students and parents know how to log into StudentVue/ParentVue. Please call the main office or Registrar for assistance logging in. Another great resource offered to all students at Whiteaker Middle School, is the Student Planner. All students will receive a new one at the start of Semester 1 and it will last them through the January. We encourage you to check in with your student daily to look at his/her planner, as it is a great way to stay on track.

As a Guidance Office Staff we work very hard to accommodate the academic needs of each student, along with the requests from each student made during forecasting last spring. At this time, we will not be addressing any schedule changes, unless, a student has been placed in the incorrect grade level, or is missing a class. ALL OTHER REQUESTS will be addressed the first three days of the school year, with no guarantee of a change in schedule. If students would like to address concerns or have questions about their Semester 1 schedule, students need to come to the Guidance within the first three days of grading period, and complete a counselor request form. 

If you need to speak with a School Counselor or set up an appointment, please call 503.399.3224 and ask for your students assigned counselor. 

~ Best,
Pat Curran & Renee Hanson


Food & Shelter Resources:
  • Keizer Community Dinners- Free Dinner on the Last Wednesday of every Month, 5:00-7:00pm located at St Edwards Church on River Rd in Keizer
  • Marion-Polk Food Share 503.581.3855 www.marionpolkfoodshare.org 
  • Salem Housing Authority 503.588.6368
  • ARCHES Day Center/Housing programs 503.399.9080 
  • Center for Hope & Safety 503.378.1572 
  • Salem Interfaith Hospitality 503.370.9752 
  • Simonka Place (women & children’s shelter) 503.362.7487 
  • Union Gospel Mission (men’s shelter) 503.362.3983 
  • HOME Youth & Resource Center 625 Union St. 503.391.6428 www.homeyouthcenter.org
  • NW Human Services HOST (youth shelter) 503.588.5825
  • Transitional Living Program 503.361.0380
  • Homeless Information: OREGON www.hud.gov/local/index.cfm?state=or&topic=homeless
  • National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE) www.serve.org/nche
  • STEP Advocacy for Salem Keizer students in transition 503.391.4060 phone

Mental Health and Medical Resources:
  • Crisis & Information Hotline 503.581.5535
  • Congregations Helping People 503.391.4365 
  • Helping Hands Resources 503.364.9936 
  • Free Medical Clinic http://www.salemfreeclinics.org/ (503) 990-8772
  • PC118 Oak St SE, Salem, OR 97301 503.585.4545 

Clothing and Other Resources:
  • Salvation Army 503.585.6688 
  • Value Village 2460 Mission St SE, Salem, OR 97302
  • St Vincent De Paul  3745 Portland Rd 503.364.3210
  • MWV Community Action Agency 503.399.9080
  • DHS Self Sufficiency; www.oregon.gov/DHS/ Keizer: 3420 Cherry Avenue NE, Suite 110, 503.373.0808 North Salem: 4074 Winema Place Bldg 53, 503.378.2731 South Salem: 1185 22nd Street SE, 503.378.6327