Counseling

Overview

Counseling Office

CKM counselors provide services in educational counseling as well as personal/social counseling. The Counseling Office staff is comprised of six guidance counselors, one counseling technician, and a parent volunteer at the reception desk. Students are assigned a counselor based on the first letter of their last name, or if they are EL/bilingual student. Please call the front desk number below if you do not know your student’s assigned counselor.

Counseling Office Front Desk 916-395-5050 x50302

Students are encouraged to visit the Counseling Office with concerns about school, grades, adding or dropping classes, credits for graduation, achievement tests, college plans, or personal problems. To see a counselor, a student must come to the Counseling Office and make an appointment. The Counseling Office staff will then give the student a pass to enable them to leave class to attend the appointment.

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Counseling Services and Resources

Infinite Campus provides on-line access to attendance, assignment, and academic progress information. For a parent or guardian to access Infinite Campus, you must appear at the CKM office and provide identification. You will then be given an ID and password. Students may also access Infinite Campus using their the instructions provided with the link.. 

Unofficial transcript information is available on Infinite Campus. Official transcripts are issued by the Registrar’s Office (located in the main office). Transcript request forms are available there or at the Counseling Office.

If your student is absent for one or more days, please call the attendance office or report an absence online.

Each spring, students complete a course selection form for the following school year. Questions about course planning, college eligibility, and graduation requirements may be discussed with the counselor at this time.

The following links provide important information in those areas.

The Counseling Office, together with the Career Center, has assembled an exhaustive list of resources for college-bound students available under the academics tab on this site..

Parents are encouraged to phone the Counseling Office with any concerns or questions they may have about their son’s/daughter’s progress in school.

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