•    STUDENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT   
    Phone: 610-240-1045  •   Fax: 610-240-1061 

    The mission of the Student Services Department is to promote a comprehensive developmental guidance program that provides services to students in grades nine through twelve and supports students' individual academic, social, and personal goals. Students are assigned to their counselor alphabetically in ninth grade and remain with the same counselor throughout their time at Conestoga.  

    Grades 9, 10, 11 by Student Last Name School Counselor  Grade 12 by
    Student Last Name
    A-Brou    Laureen Stohrer  A-Bro
    Brov-Deh Rachelle Gough  Bru-Dh
    Dei-Gi Rachel Reavy  Di-Gr
    Gj-Joh Brian Samson  Gu-Ke
    Joi-Liu              Melissa McMenamin Kh-Ma
    Liv-Meo Jennifer Kratsa  Mc-N
    Mep-Ph Danielle Yucis -
    Pi-Shc Dan McDermott  O-R
    She-Va Anne Davis  S-T
    Ve-Z Megan Smyth U-Z
         
                           
     
     
               

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Mental Health Specialists

    Student's Last Name

    Dr. Christine Dunleavy

    A-G

    Tama Martellucci 

    H-O

    Joellen Corrocher

    P-Z

     

     

    Registrar

    Administrative Assistants 

    Gretchen Barkman 

     Jackie Mormello

     

    Jenna Denton

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    The COVID-19 pandemic, like any natural disaster, takes a toll on the mental health of countless individuals, resulting in a ripple effect. Fears about the disease, along with social isolation, social unrest, and academic disruption, are all pieces that impact our mental health. During this time, we must be vigilant in supporting one another, by reaching out to a trusted adult to seek support for yourself or a friend.

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