CHS School Counseling Program

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CSD School Counseling Vision Statement: Camas School District students will graduate prepared for life’s opportunities and challenges. They will become lifelong learners who are: informed, independent, resilient, compassionate, ethical, and contributing members of a global society.


CSD School Counseling Mission Statement: The Camas School District Comprehensive School Counseling Program enhances the learning process and cultivates a positive school culture that promotes personal growth and equips students with the skills to achieve academic, career, and social emotional success across grade levels. School counselors will facilitate an evidence-based, developmentally appropriate program that advocates for equity, access, and success for all.


Our goal as School Counselors is to support and advocate for students in the following domains:


Academic:

      • Support scheduling towards high school graduation requirements

      • Support with academic intervention planning

College and Career:

      • Assist campus wide post high school planning initiatives and events

      • High School and Beyond planning and Personal Pathway options

Social / Emotional:

      • Social Emotional Learning Opportunities (SEL)

      • Short-term individual problem solving and goal setting

      • Peer Mediation

      • De-escalate a mental health crisis that might arise at school and connect students/families to long-term community mental health resources

Kirin Casteel

2021-2022 Last Names: A-Cl

Phone: 360-833-5750 extension 77346

E-Mail: kirin.casteel@camas.wednet.edu

Mrs.Casteel was born and raised in Tacoma, WA. She has her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Whitworth University and Masters in School Counseling from Eastern Washington University. She enjoys spending time with her husband, family, friends, and golden retriever named Rhubarb! She loves to read, hike, and explore Portland restaurants, dog parks, and plant nurseries.

Marin Marks

2021-2022 Last Names: Cm-Ge

Phone: 360-833-5750 extension 79197

E-Mail: marin.marks@camas.wednet.edu


Leontina Liebe

2021-2022 Last Names: Gf-Hi and all MST Magnet

Phone: 360-833-5750 extension 78215

E-Mail: leontina.liebe@camas.wednet.edu

Mrs. Liebe (pronounced Lee-Bee) is a So Cal native who loves to read, garden, hike, and relax on a sunny beach. She and her family love to explore cities seeking the best coffee, delicious food, gardens, bookstores, and unique cultural experiences. This is Mrs. Liebe's 20th year in the field of education and 12th year at CHS.

Miranda Lincoln

2021-2022 Last Names: Hj-Lo

Phone: 360-833-5750 extension 77282

E-Mail: miranda.lincoln@camas.wednet.edu

Elizabeth Rollman

2021-2022 Last Names: Lp-Pa

Phone: 360-833-5750 extension 78461

E-Mail: elizabeth.rollman@camas.wednet.edu

This is my 17th year as a counselor at Camas High School and I love being able to work with the students, families and the staff here. When I am not at CHS, I enjoy hanging out with my family and my dog. I love biking, running, hiking, camping and pretty much anything else that gets me outside.

Sarah Warta

2021-2022 Last Names: Pb-Sr

Phone: 360-833-5750 extension 79995

E-Mail: sarah.warta@camas.wednet.edu

I think building rapport and connections with all students is paramount because relationships matter. I enjoy that everyday is different and brings different opportunities to problem solve and learn. I truly enjoy working with students and families. Outside of the school day, I enjoy watching Timbers and Blazers and also being outdoors and hiking.

Brian Witherspoon

2021-2022 Last Names: Ss-Z

Phone: 360-833-5750 extension 77280

E-Mail: brian.witherspoon@camas.wednet.edu

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