FJH Counseling Center

Junior high guidance counselors have an opportunity to play a crucial role in the lives of the students. During this time, students face rapid maturation and physical growth, hormonal changes, social development issues and questions of self-identity, all amidst the search for interests and friends. This is a job not to be taken lightly, as students at this age are at a critical stage in their development.

                                      Meet your FJH Counselors

Class of 2029
Jennifer Reed

Class of 2028
Stephanie Sharp

Class of 2030
Robyn Sandoval

SEL Counselor
Jennifer Kilpatrick


A Parents Guide to 504

House Bill 5

See Something Say Something! Report it

Take Effective Action Against Bullying Education, a Web destination for parents of school-aged children, and the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) have launched a Special Edition on Bullying at School and Online. This resource provides new information and tools to help parents take an active role in addressing bullying. In creating the Special Edition, and AASA worked with contributors from around the world to compile new evidence-based, peer-reviewed content to dispel common myths and empower parents and their children to take effective action against bullying. The result is a collection of more than 30 original reference articles, plus video clips, quizzes, online workshops, community forums and quick-fact lists.