• Stayton High School Counseling Department

    CONNECT WITH YOUR COUNSELORS

    There are so many questions and so many unknowns. You may be feeling anxious, afraid, angry, frustrated, sad, or unsure of what is to come. You are not alone. We are here for you. Throughout this distance learning time, we will connect through surveys, emails and video messages, open group chats, and offer appointments via email, phone and video (google meet). If you find that you are beyond overwhelmed, please get help immediately and contact one of the emergency resources below.

     

    Please email us to schedule a time to chat:

    Mrs. Rochetto (A-J)                                        Mrs. HD (K-Z)
    Tamra.Rochetto@nsantiam.k12.or.us              Ashley.Herndon@nsantiam.k12.or.us

     

     

    Emergency and Mental Health Resources:

    Feeling Stressed? Contact the free confidential peer helpline.
    OregonYouthLine.org
    1-877-968-8491
    Text “Teen2Teen” to 839863

    For LGBTQ:
    Trevor Project website https://www.thetrevorproject.org/
    1-866-488-7386   24-hour toll-free suicide hotline

    Trans Lifeline at 1–877–565–8860

    SafeOregon: Feel Safe, Be Safe
    Call or Text: 844-472-3367
    Email: tip@safeoregon.com

    Marion Co. Youth & Family Crisis Services:
    503-576-HOPE (4673)

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
    1-800-273-TALK (8255) En español: 1-888-628-9454

    Anxious about Coronavirus? Connect with a Crisis Counselor.
    Crisis text link: text “HOME” to 741741

    211 – Information helpline to connect with Health & Human Services
    DHS/Department of Human Services Hotline: 1-855-503-7233
    Emergency:  911

     

     Guiding Principles 

    • All students shall have access to a school counselor who advocates for their academic, career and social/emotional needs.
    • Students learn about their personal value and potential to contribute to society through a variety of programs and opportunities at school.
    • A successful education will lead students to be positive influences in the community and to attain fulfilling careers.
    • All students have dignity and worth
    • All students can be academically successful and productive members of society.
    • All students’ ethnic, cultural and racial differences and special needs are considered in the planning and implementation of the school counseling program.
    • All students deserve trained school counselors who provide a comprehensive school counseling program. 

    Services include: Academic Advising, Referral Services, Scheduling Help, Family Support and College & Career Planning 

Mrs. Rochetto

Phone: 503-769-2171 x.6301

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Rochetto

Counselor

Students with Last Names A-J

 Reneé Martinez

Phone: 503-769-2171 ext. 6300/Confidential Fax: 503-769-2786

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Reneé Martinez

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Mrs. Herndon-Dubra

Phone: 503-769-2171 x. 6302

Email:

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Mrs. Herndon-Dubra

Counselor

Students with Last Name K-Z

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