Welcome to Marston Middle School’s Counseling Website!
Marston takes pride in its counseling and guidance program. Services offered are social and emotional, academic, career and group counseling and guidance. Counseling can be on a one-time basis or on a continuing basis. In addition, the counselor can assist in referrals to outside agencies. Students wishing to see the counselor should use the sign-up sheet in the Counseling Center. Parents should feel free to call with any questions regarding their child.
If counselors are unavailable and you have an immediate concern about your child's mental health, please call the San Diego Access and Crisis Line at 1-800-479-3339.
Counseling Secretary/Registrar: Beatriz Contreras email@example.comCounseling and Guidance Services at Marston The counseling department uses curriculum and practices that consist of structured developmental experiences presented to students in the classroom, small and large groups, and individually. Our counseling staff is committed to using the ASCA National Counseling Standards; http://www.schoolcounselor.org/files/NationalStandards.pdfCounseling Guidance Curriculum includes: • Orientation and registration of new and existing students • Support of at-risk students • In school articulation • Conflict resolution • Classroom Guidance lessons that support our goals • 8th grade 4 year plan conferences • STAR report results • Support, education and prevention of at-risk behavior in small and large groups • Career and College Exploration and PlanningBeginning of the year guidelines for Marston students and parents Students’ elective courses were selected based on the course requests submitted online on Naviance during the previous spring semester. Students who meet grade level proficiency on CST/STAR testing will be placed in electives. We're sorry, but we can not accommodate requests to be placed with a specific teacher.