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    Overview of Department:

    Location: Room 105
    Secretary: Mrs. Mary O'Connor - 206-252-4827 | mmoconnor@seattleschools.org

    Out of District Records Requests should be directed to Mrs. O'Connor or Faxed to the number below.

    College Representatives should contact Edward Rho at ewrho@seattlesschools.org regarding on site or virtual visits.

    Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

    Counseling Fax: 206-252-4962

    Appointments   Due to the COVID 19, we are currently not using Bookings to schedule appointments. However, we do want to be available to you. Please reach out to your counselor via email so that some how, some way we can assist.

    Make an appointment with your counselor in Microsoft Bookings: 

    Schedule a Counseling Appointment in Bookings

    You will receive a pass from your counselor on the same day as the appointment. You can also use our laptop station in the Counseling Office to book an appointment.

    College Information

    • College admission representatives will visit the school during the year. The busiest time is during October. Please check the link on the left to college visits. Students just need to let their teacher know they are attending. A list of students who visit the presentation is given to our Attendance Secretary.
    • Needing a recommendation from your counselor? Please call or email them. Please do not link counselors and teachers into your electronic applications unless you have consulted with them.

    TRANSCRIPTS
    Seniors needing transcripts to be sent to colleges should request this through Naviance (see Senior Page). Transcripts for current students or former students who did not graduate from Roosevelt  may be requested through the Counseling Office.
    Transcripts for RHS graduates must be processed through the Main Office. Their phone number is 206-252-4810, FAX number is 206-252-4811

    Counseling Team dressed in sports attire

    Overview of Counseling Office

    The Roosevelt High School Counselors work with students to help them develop strategies for success in academics, in social skills, and in considering their post-high school plans and career options. Counselors challenge students to become aware of their individual strengths, to develop methods for dealing with difficulties, to set goals, to make good choices, and to consider consequences.

    Students are assigned to counselors by the first letter of their last name. Counselors meet with their students to explain the credit system, help students select courses, monitor progress toward achieving graduation requirements, explore interests, and make plans for college application and career options. Counselors also help students deal with social and emotional issues.

    RHS CEEB Code: 481-140
    Counselor Responsibilities and Duties

     Ms. Carrie Richard | 206-252-4835 | clrichard@seattleschools.org
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    Mr. Ron Stuart | 206-252-4826 | rjstuart@seattleschools.org
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     Mr. Daniel Eneberg | 206-252-4825 | ddeneberg@seattleschools.org
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     Mr. Frank Heffernan | 206-252-4836 | fheffernan@seattleschools.org
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    Ms. Kari Heinz  206-252-4824    kcheinz@seattleschools.org   
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     Academic Intervention Specialists:

    Psychologist:
    Mr. John Lynch | 206-252-4906| jflynch@seattleschools.org


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