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Natalie Trigilio

Natalie Trigilio, Counselor

Upcoming Events

Week of 2/5- 9th graders completing 4-Year Planning

2/9- PSAT presentations given in Ms. Tannyhill's classes

2/16- Davis Senior High and Da Vinci Class Visits at Harper

2/21 and 2/22- 8th graders completing 4-Year Planning

3/9- Counselors visit 8th grade science classes to choose classes for next year

3/12- Counselors visit 7th grade classes to choose classes for next year

3/14- Incoming 8/9 Parent Night

3/16- Incoming 10th grade Course Request Sheets due (in English)

3/21- Incoming 8/9 Course Request Sheets due to science teacher

3/22- Harper Open House

 

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Incoming Parent Nights Coming Up!

Our Harper Incoming Parent Information Nights are coming up. To get the most up to date information and to have your questions answered about student class selections next year, please attend your student's grade level parent night.

 

Incoming 9th- March 14th at 6:45pm

Incoming 8th- March 14th at 6:45pm

Incoming 7th- March 22 at 6:00pm

8th Grade 4-Year Planning

Download and create your DJUSD 4-Year Plan. BE SURE TO CREATE A COPY.

 

In planning a 4-year program, it is your responsibility to include all required classes. Use the linked chart to plan a tentative program. This plan should be re-evaluated each year as course requirements are completed. Balance is important. Counselors do not recommend more than 2 AP/Honors courses in the 10th grade, and no more than 3 AP/Honors courses in grades 11 and 12.  

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JoLPmGJJHWg8xcf-B9_D6532YdNHtKsf00M9G0xNoUQ/edit?usp=sharing

Freshman 4 Year Planning

Download and create your DJUSD 4-Year Plan. BE SURE TO CREATE A COPY.

 

In planning a 4-year program, it is your responsibility to include all required classes. Use the linked chart to plan a tentative program. This plan should be re-evaluated each year as course requirements are completed. Balance is important. Counselors do not recommend more than 2 AP/Honors courses in the 10th grade, and no more than 3 AP/Honors courses in grades 11 and 12.  

tinyurl.com/Harper4YearPlan

Career Research

Click this link to find the Career Exploration Worksheets. You will need to make a copy in order to fill in your answers. https://docs.google.com/a/djusd.net/document/d/1IpDWjVxX7-Yzg0zqgu1iw1u-7W17KhrZp1RRCAAVWAs/edit?usp=sharing

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Counselor Information

Contact information:

Mrs.  Simon-Carlson, asimon@djusd.net, ext 160

Ms.Trigilio, ntrigilio@djusd.net, ext. 111

 

Grade Assignments

7th Grade:   Last Name begins with A-L: Ms.Trigilio

                    Last Name begins with M-Z: Mrs.  Simon-Carlson

8th Grade:   Mrs.  Simon-Carlson

9th Grade    Ms. Trigilio 

 

Students can contact their counselors through email or by coming into the counseling office before school, during lunch, or after school. If their counselor is not available when they come in, students can fill out a request to see the counselor (form to the left after walking through the door) and the counselor will send for the student.

 

Note for parentsIf you wish to speak with your student's counselor, please be sure to make an appointment. We often can not accommodate drop-ins. 

We Believe...

  • In meeting the needs of the whole child.
  • All students should have equal access and opportunity.
  • In providing critical support by connecting students to resources within and outside of the school system.
  • All students contribute to the diversity of the school community and have the right to be treated with dignity and respect.
  • All students can achieve.
  • In nurturing resilience.
  • In advocating for our students’ unique developmental needs.
  • Every student should feel a sense of belonging and connectedness to their school.
  • In collaborating and partnering with students, parents, teachers, administrators and the community.

Adrianne Simon-Carlson

7th Grade M-Z, 8th Grade
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Non-DJUSD Courses

DJUSD Board policy allows up to ten credits for courses from other accredited institutions on the DJUSD transcript with notation of where the course was taken. This could be a one semester college course, for example, or two semesters of high school level courses. A notation of P will be made if the course has been preapproved as college prep by UC/CSU for "a-g" credit. The policy went into effect June 15, 2012, without regard for any previous non-DJUSD courses taken. All non-DJUSD courses must be completed by the end of fall semester of the senior year.

 

UC/CSU Approved A-G Courses:

Go to www.ucop.edu/a-gGuide/ag/online_course.html.

Select names of approved online providers you are interested in.

Then go to: https://doorways.ucop.edu/list.

Enter the name of the online school and then review the list of "a-g" approved courses.

Note: UC/CSU will not accept any online course in the area of visual and performing arts (VPA) or laboratory science, unless science courses require an on-site wet lab component.

Final Exam Proctor: DJUSD teachers do not proctor final exams for online courses.