School Counseling

SUMMER CLERICAL HOURS:
June 8-9 7:00am-3:30pm
June 12-22 Monday-Thursday 7:00am-3:30pm
June 26-28 7:00am-3:30pm
July 11 7:00am-3:30pm
July 18-19 7:00am-3:30pm
July 25-August 31 Tuesday-Thursday 7:00am-3:30pm
September 1st is Freshmen First Day of School 

COUNSELING STAFF ARE ON SUMMER BREAK THROUGH AUGUST 28TH
except for Freshmen Orientation/Schedule Pick-Up on:
August 1st, 2nd & 3rd


Welcome to the MHS Student Services Website
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Meet the MHS Staff: Students are assigned to a school counselor based on their last name. Please refer any questions or concerns to the appropriate school counselor. Student Services Department
Student Services Staff:
(L to R): Linda Jolicoeur (Secretary),  Angela Ruchti (Counselor, Hf-Q), 
Tyler Miller (School Psychologist), 
Jared Fern (Counselor, A-He),
& Juan Ramirez (Counselor, R-Z)
Linda Jolicoeur, Secretary/Registrar 715-232-2992 Email
Kayla Hostetter (A-He) 715-232-2609 x41371 Email For Appts
Angela Ruchti (Hf-Q) 715-232-2609 x41372 Email For Appts
Juan Ramirez (R-Z) 715-232-2609 x41377 Email For Appts
Tyler Miller (School Psychologist) 715-232-2609 x41373 Email


HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT REQUESTS - To obtain a high school transcript, please do one of the following:

  • Send an email to one of the counselors above AND include the following information in your email:
    • Full Name [include maiden name for females], DOB, Graduation Year, School/Employer and mailing address. 
      *Official transcripts will only be mailed to a school/employer. Unofficial transcripts will be mailed to residential addresses.  

  • Fax a HS Transcript Request form to: Counseling Office at (715) 232-1834

School Counseling Philosophy/Model

SCHOOL COUNSELING PHILOSOPHY:
The School Counseling program is an integral part of the primary educational mission of the School District of the Menomonie Area, to improve and maximize learning for all students. This program supports, facilitates, and encourages classroom instruction and student achievement. Our comprehensive school counseling program is proactive and preventive in its focus. It assists students in becoming productive workers, fair-minded citizens, and lifelong learners. More specifically, this school counseling program works to build assets and resiliency in youth that will enhance academics, encourage self-awareness, foster interpersonal communication skills, provide career awareness, develop employment readiness, and impart life skills for all students.
 
DEFINITION OF THE PROGRAM:
The comprehensive school counseling program integrates academic, career, and personal/social development. The school counseling program reflects the progression of student development fromPre-Kindergarten through grade 12 and is delivered through the direct service program components of the guidance curriculum, individual planning, and responsive services. All program components are implemented by certified school counselors. Counseling, consultation,collaboration, coordination, case management, guidance curriculum, and program evaluation are the primary delivery methods in the program. The counseling program helps ensure equal opportunity for ALL students to participate fully in the educational process.