Student Wellness & Resources

Student Support Resources

Student Support Resources Support Staff
Individual Class Support:
Students can contact their teachers directly; whether in person or through email if they have questions about a class. Learning to self-advocate is a valuable skill for high school & beyond!

Teachers-

You can speak with your teachers’ before/after class, during tutorial and/or their office hours. You are welcome to email your teachers to get the conversation started.

https://mvhs.fuhsd.org/about-us/general-information/directory

Study Buddy Society (SBS):

SBS is a peer tutoring program for students earning a C- or lower in an academic class. Students meet with a tutor two times a week; usually Mondays & Wednesdays or Tuesdays & Thursdays.

https://mvhs.fuhsd.org/academics/programs/study-buddy-tutoring

SBS Coordinator-

Rebecca Kan
(408) 366-7658
MV Library Rebecca_Kan@fuhsd.org

College & Career Center (C&CC):

You will find helpful resources for: college research, summer programs, volunteer opportunities, scholarship research, resume building and career information. Students may visit the C&CC anytime; parents must make an appointment.

C&CC Advisor-

McKenna Parfet
Room A102
(408) 366-7618 McKenna_Parfet@fuhsd.org

Academic, Social & Emotional Concerns:

Student Assistance Team (SAT)-
The SAT is a multidisciplinary team made up of our four guidance counselors, a school psychologist, the student advocate, an administrator, teachers, and lead resource specialist. The SAT meets weekly to collectively brainstorm strategies to support students who are struggling academically, socially and/or emotionally. For more information, you can contact your Guidance Counselor, Student Advocate or School Psychologist

Student Advocates-

Richard Prinz, LMFT (408) 366-7638 Richard_Prinz@fuhsd.org

YaHuei Chi, LMFT (Tuesdays) (408) 366-7640
Ya-Huei_Chi@fuhsd.org

Sheila Altmann - School Psychologist
(408) 366-7664 Sheila_Altmann@fuhsd.org

Guidance Counselors (GC’s):

High school academics, four year planning, college exploration, course selection, interest inventories, career assessments, transcript evaluation, progress reports reviews, student/family appointments, guidance presentations, social & emotional support.

Guidance Counselors-

A-Gou: Monique_Balentine@fuhsd.org (408)366-7615
Gov-L: Jessica_Coscia@fuhsd.org (408) 366-7616
M-Sha: Sylvia_Lam@fuhsd.org (408) 366-7626
She-Z: Clay_Stiver@fuhsd.org (408) 366-7614

Assistant Principals (AP’s):

AP’s work closely with their partner GC to support students in a variety of ways. You can talk to your AP about academic and/or social and emotional concerns

Assistant Principals-

A-Gou: Michael_Martinez@fuhsd.org (408) 366-7603
Gov-L: Nico_Flores@fuhsd.org  (408) 366-7609
M-She: Janice_Chen@fuhsd.org (408)366-7607
She-Z: Mike_White@fuhsd.org (408) 366-7647

Health & Safety:

Student conflict resolution & missing property on campus. Students who become ill while at school.

Campus Supervisor

Thomas Michaelis
(408) 366- 7661

Thomas_Michaelis@fuhsd.org

 

Health Aide
Javier Margarito
(408) 366- 7631
Javier_Margarito@fuhsd.org

Community Resources

Student Assistance Team

The Student Assistance Team (SAT) is a multidisciplinary team made up of our four guidance counselors, a school psychologist, the student advocate, an administrator, teachers and lead resource specialist. The SAT meets weekly to collectively brainstorm strategies to support students who are struggling academically, socially and/or emotionally. For more information, you can contact your Guidance Counselor, Student Advocate or School Psychologist. Please email SAT referrals to Monique Balentine.

Richard Prinz, LMFT (408) 366-7638 Student Advocate
YaHuei Chi, LMFT (408) 366-7638 Student Advocate
Sheila Altmann (408) 366-7664 School Psychologist