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Sheridan High School
1056 Long Drive
Sheridan, WY 82801
Phone: 307-672-2495
Fax: 307-939-7081
Principal: Brent Leibach
Assistant Principals:
Jeff Mowry
Mike Swan
Activities Director: Don Julian
School Hours: 8:20 a.m. - 3:35 p.m.

SHS School Counseling Office

 

Contact Information:

Marilyn Pettit, Secretary/Registrar

(307)-672-2495 Ext. 3116

Marilyn.Petitt@scsd2.com

 

Dr. Thomas Schnatterbeck, Psy.D., Psychologist #442 Adler School of Professional Psychology (Adler University), University Of Wisconsin-Madison

Psychologist

(307)-672-2495 Ext. 3120

Tom.Schnatterbeck@scsd2.com

 

Becky Leno, LPC, NCC – M.S.Ed. in School Counseling (K-12) Montana State University Billings

Guidance Counselor (A-D)

(307)-672-2495 Ext. 3117

Becky.Leno@scsd2.com

 

Kristina Nicholls, MA, LPC, NCC

Guidance Counselor (E-K)

(307)-672-2495 Ext. 3107

Kristina.Nicholls@scsd2.com

 

Anne Travis, NCC – M.S. in Counseling and Human Resource Development (K-12) South Dakota State University

Guidance Counselor (L-Rh)

(307)-672-2495 Ext. 3112

Anne.Travis@scsd2.com

 

Brenda White, M.S.Ed. in School Counseling (K-12) Chadron State College

Guidance Counselor (Ri-Z)

(307)-672-2495 Ext. 3118

Brenda.White@scsd2.com

 

SCSD2 Professional Disclosure Statement

Students face obstacles and challenges throughout their lives. As a school counselor, we will act as an advocate for students to equip them with the tools they need in order to excel and to deal with life’s obstacles. We offer a comprehensive counseling program, which includes the domains of personal/social, academic and career development, as outlined by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA). The delivery of our counseling services is carried out in the form of individual sessions, group counseling, classroom guidance and individual planning. If a student is in need of extensive counseling, we will refer them to other reputable agencies. We will collaborate with stakeholders to help students reach their potential.

As a school counselor, we are bound by the Ethical Standards of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA). Everything said will be kept confidential except in the following situations: 1.) The student directs the counselor to tell someone else; 2.) The counselor believes the student is a danger to themselves or others; 3.) The counselor becomes aware of or suspects child abuse or neglect; 4.) The counselor is ordered by a judge to disclose information.