Counseling Home

Guidance and counseling services are provided for the purpose of assisting students with their educational, vocational, personal-social adjustments, and progress. This service is an integral part of the total school program. Specific areas addressed are crisis intervention, counseling (helping students consider alternatives, make decisions and solve problms), and guidance activities such as test interpretation, scheduling, orientation, college and career information. Examples of situations where a counselor might be involved with students include:

  • When a student has some important decisions to make and needs to know more about alternatives and possible consequences.
  • When a student wants some help in solving a problem with a teacher or a parent.
  • When a student wants assistance finding out about his/her standing in a class.
  • When a student would like to know more about careers.
  • When a student is concerned about drugs, alcohol, and related issues.
  • When a student thinks he/she may need help or coordination by outside agencies, such as Social Services.
  • When a student would like to be in a career workshop or counseling group.
  • When a student’s parents want to be constructively involved (having a conference with a counselor and/or teachers).
  • When a student has personal concerns or is having trouble making a decision.
  • When a student wants to review his/her records and see how he/she is doing.

Skyline High School Counseling Team

 

 

Julianna Harding
harding_julianna@svvsd.org
Serving students whose last names begin with A - E

Julia graduated from Schreiner University in Kerrville, TX. While teaching English as a Second Language in Texas, she earned her Masters Degree in Counseling from the University of Houston Clear Lake. She moved to Colorado in 2011 and has been working as a counselor since then. 

 

Louise March
march_louise@svvsd.org
Serving P-Tech Students

ICAP/P-TECH 

 

Christina Marino
marino_christina@svvsd.org
Serving students whose last names begin with Ro - Z

Christina graduated from Bethel University in Minnesota with her B.A. in Psychology and soon after traded lakes for mountains by making the move to Colorado to pursue her Masters at the University of Northern Colorado. She has been working as a high school counselor in Northern Colorado for the past 3 years and is excited to be a part of the Falcon family. When she is not supporting and walking alongside students, you can find Christina hiking in the mountains, looking up her next travel adventure with her husband, or sipping on a cup of coffee. 

 

Linda Videll

videll_linda@svvsd.org
Serving class of 2016-2017 students whose last names begin with F - Ma
Serving class of 2018 and up students whose last names begin with F - L

Linda has served as a high school counselor for 16 years and still feels she has the absolute best job in the world! Assisting students through their personal journey of growing up and discussing their futures is the most rewarding and invigorating ‘job’ there is! Linda is proud to be called a ‘Falcon’ and is happy to assist students and their families with any educational, post-secondary or social/emotional needs they may have.

 

Brittney Moauro

moauro_brittney@svvsd.org 

Serving class of 2018 and up students whose last names begin with M - Ri 

Brittney is a Skyline Falcon graduate of the class of 2010. She attended Regis University in Denver, CO, where she received a B.A in Sociology. She is a recent graduate of the University of Northern Colorado. This is her first year as a school counselor, and she is excited to return to the Falcon community. In her personal time, Brittney enjoys watching all Colorado sports and is a diehard Bronco and Rockies fan. She also enjoys traveling and relaxing on beaches.
 

 

 

Martha Woodard
woodard_martha@svvsd.org
Mental Health School Social Worker/Interventionist

Martha earned her Bachelors of Arts in Secondary English Education from Wartburg College and her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Kansas. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 15 years of experience providing direct clinical service, support, and intervention to diverse individuals, groups, and families within correctional settings, residential treatment environments, and a public school system. She has expertise working with adolescents who struggle with social, emotional, educational, and behavioral problems including mental health diagnoses. Her experience includes a professional specialty in the treatment of juvenile sex offenders. She also has significant experience in educating, directing and managing clinical teams, providing clinical supervision and consultation, and mentoring new employees. In addition, she develops lessons and presentations to help students and colleagues develop awareness, understanding, and intervention in the area of social, emotional, and mental health and wellbeing.

 

 

Lavonne Stewart
stewart_lavonne@svvsd.org
Counseling Secretarty, Registrar