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The Dorman Freshman Campus Guidance and Counseling Program focuses on helping all of the students achieve full academic potential, establish and reach career goals, and develop interpersonal skills necessary for living successfully in our society. Program activities emphasize learning to learn, learning to live, and learning to work. Counselors are assigned according to the first letter of a student's last name. The Guidance and Counseling Center is open from 7:45 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. every school day.
Every student and their guardian will meet with their Counselor for their annual Individual Graduation Plan (IGP) conference. During this meeting, we'll discuss your student's 4-year plan as it relates to graduation requirements and their college and/or career goals.  This plan will be revisited each year and can be adjusted as needed. This plan is also used for course selection for the following year.  Students will receive a Course Request Verification form later in the year where they and their guardian will review their courses and sign off verifying their selections.  
You can book an IGP online at or call Ms. Kristy Moore. 
Matthew Nesbit - School Counselor, last names A-L
ext. 4170

Erin Crum - School Counselor, last names M-Z (and all STEM students)
ext. 4164
Kristy Moore - Career Development Facilitator
ext. 4163
Chrissy Lancaster - Records Secretary
ext. 4170

Stacey Olson - RBHS Counselor

Shannon Hunter - School Psychologist