Course Catalogs

2022-2023 Catalog 2023-2024 Catalog

2022-2023 Course Catalog.pdf
2023-2024 Course Catalog.pdf

Mrs. Bree Crine

Counselor A-Car

lauerbk@nv.ccsd.net

Ext. 4302

Mr. Erick Andrade

Counselor Cas-D

andrae1@nv.ccsd.net

Ext. 4301

Mrs. Brenda Green-Ellington

Counselor E-Ha

greenbg@nv.ccsd.net

Ext. 4308

Mrs. Patricia Winlow

Counselor He-L

moltopc@nv.ccsd.net

Ext. 4306

Mrs. Julia Bush

Counselor M-Pa

bushjl@nv.ccsd.net

Ext. 4303

Ms. Kalee Whipple

Counselor Pe-Se

whippkd@nv.ccsd.net

Ext. 4307

Mrs. Michelle Brown

Counselor Sh-V

jarmoma@nv.ccsd.net

Ext. 4305

Mrs. Trina Petty

Counselor W-Z

College/Career

pettyts@nv.ccsd.net

Ext. 4309

Mrs. Megan Mengistu, LMSW, CSWI

Social Worker

mengim@nv.ccsd.net

Ext. 4304

Mrs. Christine Childers

Counseling Secretary

childc1@nv.ccsd.net

Ext. 4300


To schedule a Parent Teacher Conference, please call our Counseling Secretary. All appointments will be virtual using Google Meet.

Counselors Mission Statement

As school counselors, our role includes implementation of a comprehensive school counseling program in accordance with the State of Nevada. This includes working professionally with administration, students, staff, parents and community to achieve equity, access, and graduation for all students. School counselors work in three main domains. Collaborate with school personnel to assist students with developing skills to promote a thirst for learning that supports academic achievement and lifelong learning through thoughtful academic planning for graduation and beyond. Assist students with postsecondary options in conjunction with career opportunities. Help develop students’ personal and social growth through understanding of interpersonal skills to achieve respect of self and others with an emphasis on diversity.


School counselors advocate, support and are a resource for all students to assist them in achieving their maximum potential through school-wide programs, classroom instruction, small groups and individual counseling while collaborating with staff, family, and community resources. Counselors plan, implement and reflect upon, a systematic, data-driven program modeled by the American School Counselor Association, including ethical guidelines to close the gap for achievement, attainment and opportunity.


As school counselors, our role includes implementation of a comprehensive school counseling program in accordance with the State of Nevada. This includes working professionally with administration, staff, parents and our community to achieve equity, access, and success for all students. School counselors recognize and distinguish individual and group differences and strive to value all students. School counselors:

  • Collaborate with school personnel to assist students with developing skills to promote a thirst for learning that supports academic achievement and lifelong learning, while staying current in technology.

  • Assist students with exploring high school and postsecondary options in conjunction with career opportunities.

  • Help develop students’ personal and social growth through understanding of interpersonal skills to achieve respect of self and others with an emphasis on diversity.

We advocate, support and are a resource for all students to assist them in achieving their maximum potential through school-wide programs, classroom instruction, small groups and individual counseling while collaborating with staff, family, and/or community resources. Counselors plan, implement and reflect upon, a systematic, data-driven program modeled by the American School Counselor Association, including ethical guidelines to close the gap for achievement, attainment and opportunity.