675 SW Rimrock
Redmond, OR 97756
Phone: 541-923-4800
Fax: 541-548-0809
Email: info@redmond.k12.or.us

Counseling Services

Redmond High School Counseling Department

Hours: 7:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.
(541) 923-4800
Fax: (541) 923-4826

Name (click to email)
Position
Phone
Website
Counseling Staff
Badger, Deb Counselor (L-Z) (541) 923-4807
x. 1724
 Web
Davis, Kris Counselor (A-K) (541) 923-4807
x. 1723
 Web
Counseling Office Staff
Davis, Sonya Counseling Secretary / Registrar (541) 923-4807
x. 1722
Markham, Ruth Scheduler / Transcript Requests (541) 923-4807
x. 1726
Dahl, Jacki  College and Career Center Coordinator/Counseling Support (541) 923-3440

How Can We Help You?

  • Responsive Services: Help process personal, family, relationship, stress, and anxiety issues
  • Mediation: Work on conflict resolution between students, parents, and teachers.
  • Academic Assistance: Study skills support, Academic scheduling, Future planning.
  • Referral to Community Resources i.e. Professional Counseling

Mission Statement
The program will provide services that support every student’s academic, social-emotional, and vocational development toward becoming a responsible and contributing member of our complex changing society.

Philosophy

The counseling program is an essential part of the overall educational process and is integrated throughout students’ high school experiences. Each student is served by a network of support, including RHS staff, parents, and the community work to create a culture of acceptance which allows for the most productive learning environment for all students.

We Believe

  • Educational, vocational, and personal objectives are attainable by all students
  • Every student should be served at their developmentally appropriate level.
  • Counselors demonstrate personal and professional ethical competencies.
  • All students have access to a state licensed counselor and child development specialist.
  • Professional development and opportunities for professional growth both individually and collectively.
  • Counselors connect and network with community, regional, state, and national agencies and organizations in order to access appropriate resources and support for students and families
  • Utilize a Nationally recognized framework and standard for evaluating the counseling and guidance program for the district.
  • Advocate for equitable opportunities for all students (IEP, 504)