Mrs. Sandoval -Reclassified Counselor
Welcome Cibola Cougars
My name is Clarissa Sandoval and I am the Reclassified Counselor for the 2018-2019 year. I am here to support you during your reclassification and help you get back on track to graduate with your class.
My Professional Focus is to provide a comprehensive program that addresses the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. The role of the school counselor is also to be an advocate for all students by enhancing the overall school climate through the facilitation of a character-driven, collaborative environment in which effective learning can take place. This advocacy will enhance academic achievement and student potential.
The school counselor will work in partnership with other educators, parents/guardians, and community contacts to support students. This partnership will help ensure that all students at Cibola High School have the opportunities they need to acquire the knowledge and skills to meet their highest potential, become lifelong learners, and responsible, contributing citizens in our society.
How To Contact Me:
Email : email@example.com
Phone: 505-897-0110 ext. 40212
To schedule an appointment you can email me or you can walk in during my noted hours.
For more information Click on top of the page for bio and resources
How Students Can Meet With Me:
To support academic success and avoid interrupting instruction, I am happy to meet with students:
- after or before school by appointment only
- during the school day with a teacher or counselor pass.
Office Hours and Location
My office is in the Counseling Department, located next to the Health/Nurse's Office on the 1st floor administration hallway.
Monday thru Friday
8:00 am - 11:15 am
Resources- Check in the upper right corner of this page and click the drop down menu for resources
How Many Credits Do I Need:
6 Credits are needed to be a sophomore
13 Credits are needed to be a Junior
19 Credits are needed to be Senior
What does it mean to be Reclassified
When a student becomes reclassified they do not have enough credits to be on track for their graduation year. For example a student did not pass most classes their sophomore year, at the end of the year they have say 10 credits. They will be reclassified as a sophomore again until the additional 3 credits are made up through credit recovery. Credit recovery options are listed under the resources pull down tab at the top right corner of this page.