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Guidance Office Direct Line: 474-1156
- Janus Bazan, M.Ed., Counselling and Psychology – Department Head
- Shannon Davison
- Lise Simonsen. B. Ed., SERT
- Ed Zeglen, B.Ed
- Robert Marriott - Social Worker, Student Support Services
School Counsellors are available to meet with students and/or parents to provide assistance of a general or personal nature to all students. Services are provided in a wide variety of areas such as course selection, career development, planning of post-secondary education, personal relationships and many other issues that affect the student’s psychological, emotional, social, physical, mental and academic well being.
Counsellors also function in consultative capacity to students, parents and teachers. When special services are required, referrals are made to outside agencies.
Students can be assured that personal concerns will be discussed in a caring, confidential atmosphere. Parents with concerns are invited to contact the counsellors with their concerns.
To provide consistency and follow through, students will have the same counsellor from Grade 9 through Grade 12. The name of a student’s counsellor will be listed on their timetable.
Parents and students are invited to make an appointment by contacting our secretary, Carrie Longstreet, at 474-1156 or by stopping by the Guidance Office.
Clinical Support Services
Clinical Support Services are provided by a social worker, a psychologist, and a reading clinician. Psychiatry, audiology, and speech therapy services are available through referral. Parents have access to these services by contacting the administration or counsellors at Kelvin.
- Robert Marriott – Social Work
- Jennifer Ritter, M.Sc. – Clinical Psychology
- Carol Hyraniuk-Adamov, M.Ed. – Reading Clinician
- Kelly Ritchie – Speech Clinician
Winnipeg School Division was fortunate to receive funding to hire career interns to assist students with career choices, job search techniques, post-secondary choices and application procedures as well as scholarship information. Our career intern this year is Harmin Singh. Her office is in the Guidance Office.