G U I D A N C E D E P A R T M E N T
JANUARY 2018 ~ Happy New Year!
January 12th ~ ACT Registration Deadline for Feb. 10th Test
January 13th ~ AP Academy Exam
January 15th ~ School Closed
January 15th ~ Parent/Student Portal open to request courses
January 22nd ~ Students begin meeting with counselors to review requests
January 31st ~ Junior Planning meetings begin
As always, your child's counselor is not only here to help your student, but also available to answer any questions you may have. Please reach out to them if you need to.
Genesis Parent Portal Update:
Assessment Scores Now Available in Parent PortalGenesis Parent Portal:
Students' academic progress should be checked using the Genesis Parent Portal. Every parent/guardian and student who has provided an email address has access to this portal. If you are unable to access the Parent Portal, please contact your student's counselor for assistance. Students who cannot access their account may stop by the guidance office for assistance.
It is the policy of the Monmouth Regional High School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, ancestry, national origin, physical handicap, or social or economic status in its educational program, activities or employment practices. All courses offered at MRHS are open to each and every student, except where academic prerequisites are noted.
Guidance Department PLC Mission Statement (Why we exist)
The school counselor's role is to foster personal responsibility in students as they work toward becoming successful 21st-century citizens. The mission of our school counseling program is to support all students through a comprehensive and developmental approach by addressing academic, career, personal/social skills necessary to achieve quality learning and lifelong success as directed by the Monmouth Regional School District and the New Jersey Department of Education.
Guidance Department PLC Vision Statement (Our plans for the future)
The MRHS school counseling department strives to continuously improve its role in the school and community as facilitators of change; leaders of school improvement; partners in educational excellence; coordinators of collaborative community efforts and managers of student competency attainment.
Mrs. Danielle Callahan x1215
Mrs. Teresa DiMezza x1129
Ms. Katie Toole x1166
Mr. Daniel Rapcienski x1178
Ms. Margaret Ann Russo (Danza) x1168
Student Assistance Coordinator:
Mrs. Dara Jarosz
732-542-1170 ext. 1142
Student Records Office:
Mrs. Francine Reinecke x1121
Mrs. Betty Lu Mitchell x1131
Mrs. Janice Ciancio x1101