Counseling & Guidance

Counseling & Guidance

Student Services (Guidance)

Nord Center Crisis & Suicide Hotline: 1-800-888-6161
Mrs. Robyn Fox
(last names A-G)
Mrs. Renee Calvert
(last names H-O)
Mr. Eric Johnson
(last names P-Z)
Mrs. Sue Homoki
Student Services Secretary
Our counselors provide the following services to help meet the social-emotional, academic, and career development needs of every student. Please feel free to contact your student’s counselor any time if you have any questions or concerns or if you would like to make an appointment to speak in person.
  • Individual counseling for personal, social, or mental health related concerns
  • Individual academic planning and support, including course selection
  • Career and vocational guidance and counseling
  • Group counseling in areas of relevant student interests and concerns
  • Interventions for students who are having difficulty adhering to class or school rules or procedures
  • Peer mediations
  • Appropriate referrals for outside mental health counseling and/or other relevant services to support student development and success
  • Transition assistance to freshmen and newly enrolled students
  • Parent and/or faculty consultations
  • Classroom guidance and programs in areas such as scheduling, career choice, post-secondary education, bullying, remaining drug and alcohol free, test preparation, healthy life choices, social skills, and individual career plans
  • Information, applications, and counseling for students interested in earning college credit during high school through dual-enrollment options
  • Assistance with college search and application process and/or other post-high school planning
  • Financial aid and scholarship information
  • Coordination of visitation schedule for colleges
  • Testing: PSAT, SAT, ACT, ASVAB, AIR

Disclosure Statement
The MHS Counseling Department adheres to the American School Counselor Association Ethical Standards for School Counselors. MHS students have the right to privacy and counselors will guard that right as much as is permitted by law and ethical standards. Counselors are obligated to protect all students from harm and to uphold school rules related to student conduct.
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Extended Spring Break Counseling Update - March 13

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Contact Information

Office Hours: 6:45 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Phone: 440-748-5343
Fax: 440-748-5277
Ms. Sue Homoki, Student Services Secretary
Ms. Robyn Fox
Last names A - G
Ms. Renee Katzbach
Last names H - O
Mr. Eric Johnson 
Last names P - Z 
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