|One High School Hill
Atascadero, California 93422
During Distance Learning, the Atascadero High School Counseling Department is available for support. Counselors may be reached via email or phone. Please check your email often, as grade level information is regularly sent out by the Counseling Department.
Support with online coursework: Students may communicate with teachers via email and Google Classroom to ask questions and submit work. If students need additional support, please reach out to your counselor.
Social/Emotional concerns: The AHS Counseling Department and Wellness Center are here for you. Please reference these resources for social and emotional supports during Distance Learning. You will find resources offered by our school district and local community.
Wellness Center Support: Therapists can be reached at 805-462-4319 Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. For Google Meet or phone appointments, email Kamela Proulx, Wellness Center Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information is available at their website: AHS Wellness Center. If you have an immediate need, or outside of Wellness Center hours, please call SLO HOTLINE: 800-783-0607 or text HOME to 741741.
Counseling Department: 805-462-4308. Counselors will return messages left on this confidential voicemail.
Students with last names A-D
Students with last names E-K
Students with last names L-Re
Students with last names Ri-Z
Social Emotional Support
Choir Boosters is offering
"100 Years of Greytness"
commemorative t-shirts, Hoodies, and decals
Orders are due by 11/21 and will be ready for pickup before Winter break.
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This is to help benefit participation in the
SLO United: A Collaborative Choir Concert
Buy PE Clothes Here
Performing Arts Information
1:1/Bring Your Own Device/Chromebook Initiative
Student Handbook and Expectations
Free & Reduced Lunch Program
Need some Resources?
When you don’t know what to do, dial 2-1-1! Click this Link
When you dial 2-1-1, you will access a Helpline that provides information about resources in the community.
Some of the resources include, but not limited to:
Basic Human Need Resources – food, clothing, shelter, etc.
Mental Health and Health Resources – Medical, dental, mental, in-home health care, nutrition, rehabilitation, etc.
Crisis – Emotional or Physical abuse, bullying, substance abuse, etc.
Emergencies & Disasters – Counseling & support
Jobs & Employment - Workforce re-entry, career changes, career counseling & resume preparation, etc.
Education – continuing education programs, loan & grant assistance, ESL education, early-learning initiatives, enrichment programs, etc.
Single Plan for Student Achievement
Check out the online version. Link
Course descriptions, UC/CSU requirements, prerequisites, CTE Pathways, and more.
AUSD Website Resources for Parents
Grades are issued for each semester with progress grades issued three times for each semester. Progress grades are mailed to parents and students if a student is receiving a D or F in any of the student's courses. Parents and students can view grades at anytime by logging into Aeries. Weekly email of grades may be requested and daily checks for assignment, report, and grade check forms may also be used to monitor student progress.
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Progress Forms and Information
Daily Progress Report and Example
Plan For Graduation
Students, graduation will be here before you know it and colleges and universities will be requiring transcripts when you apply to schools. Use this online service.
Student Produced PSAs on Safe Driving
Students entered the TeenDrive365 Video Challenge hosted by Toyota and Discovery Education. The students created a 30-60 second video targeting fellow teens about the importance of safe driving. The students have a chance to win $15,000, or one of 14 other prizes.
"Don't be Dead, Clear your Head"
"Watch the Road"
"Just one Text"
Social Media Resources for Parents
What is Stop!t?
Online pre-registration is now available for eligible 16 and 17 year olds at RegisterToVote.ca.gov. California youth who pre-register to vote will have their registration become active once they turn 18 years old.
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