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    Dawn Gregory M.A. 
    *Department Chair

     

     - Grade 9 Counselor

    dawn.smallsgregory@pgcps.org 

    - Ext. 81518 

     

    Crossland High School Counseling Mission Statement 

    The Professional School Counselors at Crossland believe all students are “Great By Choice” and deserve a first class education. The Professional School Counselors at Crossland High School are committed to the task of engineering a data driven school counseling program to support all students. All students will be guided by research-based practices to lend support academically and socially in an effort to prepare them incrementally every year until their respective graduation date to be College and Career Ready. This task will be accomplished by way of a collaborative effort between our families, stakeholders in the building, and business partners in the community. 

    Leatrice Wharton
    Professional School Counseling Secretary
    leatrice.collington@pgcps.org
    Ext. 81702  

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    - College & Career
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    sandra.craft@pgcps.org
    - Ext. 81603 and 81604
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    Mr. Kamara Jahi M.A. 

    - Grade 12 Counselor


    - 301-449-4800 ext. 81517

    - - kamara.jahi@pgcps.org

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    Lionel MyrleneMyrlene Lionel M.A.
    - Grade 11 Counselor
    - mpolite@pgcps.org
    - Ext. 81520

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    - Registrar
    -mary2.parker@pgcps.org

    - Ext. 81511


    Thompson Romanda(4)Rowanda Thompson M.A.
    - Grade 10 Counselor

    - romanda.brown@pgcps.org

    - Ext.
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    Ms. S. Mason
     
    - Registration Secretary 
    sonya.mason@pgcps.org 

    - 240.445.4623  

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    Evening High School information

    If you need to be enrolled in Evening High School to recover credit, please contact the Evening High School office @ 301 449-4994 to schedule an appointment.

    Registration runs from January 3 through January 26.

    If you need further information, please contact your grade level Counselor TODAY!

    Keeping in Touch

    Parents may contact their child's teacher in the following ways:

    1. Call 301.449.4800 and leave a message with the secreatary

    2. Email the teacher directly by logging on to www1.pgcps.org/crossland . All staff email addresses are listed on the Crossland High School Website.

    3. Send a note to school with your child.    

    Parents may contact their child’s teachers in the following ways………………….

    Teachers may schedule their own individual conferences with parents at a mutually agreed upon time.

    Team conferences are scheduled in the Counseling Center at 2:30 pm.  If you need more information regarding a team conference, please contact your grade level counselor.

    Individual conferences with your grade level Counselor can be scheduled from 8:00 until 1:30 daily.  Walk in conferences, with Counselors, are accepted during that same day on a first come first served basis.                                  

    Transcripts (School Code: 10103)

    Transcript request forms are located in the Counseling Center and the Registrar’s office.  The process requires three (3) days to complete.

    Schedule Changes

    A student’s schedule will be changed only when:

    Course prerequisites are not met

    Seniors need specific courses to meet Maryland Graduation Requirements

    Correction to an obvious error is necessary

    Summer school grades are presented

    Authentic, documented health reasons are presented

    Extenuating circumstances requiring the Principal’s approval are present

    ***Students/parents cannot choose a particular teacher.  Scheduling is done based on coursework needed to meet Graduation Requirements.  If a problem arises with a particular teacher, that problem should be brought to the attention of the grade level administrator for resolution.

    Service Learning Hours

    All students need 24 hours of community service to graduate.  Forms and locations needing volunteers can be found in the Counseling Center. 

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