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Counseling

Lori Lusitani

Lori Lusitani

Counselor
Terryville High School
Michael McGowan

Michael McGowan

Counselor
Terryville High School
Patricia Borda

Patricia Borda

Secretary Guidance
Terryville High School

 

 

Lori Lusitani, School Counselor
 (Last names A-L)

Michael P. McGowan, School Counselor
(Last names M-Z)

School Counseling Secretary
Patricia Borda Ext. 5414 

Social Worker
Michelle Luba Ext. 5410

School Psychologist
Amy Werner Ext. 5411

School-to-Career Secretary 
Nicole McWilliams Ext. 5413

 

Terryville High School Counseling Services

 

  • Individual Counseling Student Reviews with Parents
  • Group Counseling
  • Student Assistance Team
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Consultation & Collaboration with Teachers & Administrators
  • Academic and Vocational Counseling
  • Mentoring Referral to Community Agencies
  • Community Service Opportunities
  • Classroom Guidance Lessons
  • Advisory and Fresh Start Program
  • Career Planning
  • Community Collaboration
  • Post Secondary Planning

 

Alumni Transcript Request Form
 

 

Mission Statement

The mission of our school counseling department is to provide a safe and supportive school climate where students can achieve academically, socially and vocationally while understanding and appreciating individual differences. As school counselors, we strive to help each student become a contributing member of the school and community while recognizing and achieving their personal potential and goals.

Terryville High School Counseling Services

Individual Counseling

Student Reviews with Parents

Group Counseling

Student Assistance Team

Crisis Intervention

Consultation & Collaboration with Teachers & Administrators

Academic and Vocational Counseling

Mentoring

Referral to Community Agencies

Community Service Opportunities

Classroom Guidance Lessons

Advisory and Fresh Start Program

Career Planning

Community Collaboration

Post Secondary Planning


Confidentiality

Counselors are required to follow the ASCA ethical code regarding confidentiality. Confidentiality is maintained unless there is danger or harm to self or others, suspicion of abuse or neglect, or information required by court.

Academic Requirements 

The Terryville High graduate must earn a minimum of 23 credits (25 credits beginning with the Class of 2023), meet the credit distribution requirements as outlined in the Program of Studies, and volunteer for a minimum of 30 hours of community service through a non-profit agency or organization.

THS ALUMNI: NEED A TRANSCRIPT?  Click here to request a transcript

**NOTE: All CURRENT THS students please print and return the Transcript Request found under "forms" to the Counseling Office.

2019 - 2020 SAT TEST DATES AND REGISTRATION DEADLINES 

Please check collegeboard.com for specific dates and registration.

Please note that these dates are anticipated, not final.
Source: CollegeBoard

 IMPORTANT NEWS!

Students will need to send their SAT scores as part of the college application process. Please note that each time you register for a SAT test date you are offered 4 free score reports to send to prospective colleges. However, your score reports are only available for free within 9 days of your testing date. After the 9 day period there is a fee of $12 for each request made.

You are eligible to register late by paying an additional fee. Late registration by phone or online typically is available until approximately 11 days before the test date.
 

Please check actstudent.org for specific dates and registration

Scholarships: A list of available Scholarships is located on Naviance which students can access through their individual Naviance accounts. If there are any questions, or if students need assistance accessing Naviance they should see their School Counselors.