School Counseling Department Staff

Ms. Pamela Gardner, Director
GardnePD@pwcs.edu

Mrs. Maureen Andrada (A-Bow)
AndradMF@pwcs.edu

Mr. Christopher Baxter (Box-End)
BaxterCR@pwcs.edu

Ms. Georgina Sandoval Cibrian (Ene-Hin)
SandovG@pwcs.edu

Mrs. Keisha Mercer (Hio-May)
MercerKT@pwcs.edu

Mr. Juan Canas Ramirez (Maz-Pie)
CanasRJC@pwcs.edu 

Mrs. Courtney Jaeger (Pif-Shin)
JaegerCA@pwcs.edu

Ms. Jayna Cobbs (Shio-Z)
CobbsJY@pwcs.edu

Mrs. Melissa Bach (Pre-Gov & Gov School)
BachML@pwcs.edu

Ms. Suzanne Salvo(College & Career Counselor)
salvosg@pwcs.edu


Ms. Morgan Carper, Counseling Secretary
carperma@pwcs.edu

Ms. Majeda Alsabagh, Registrar
AlsabaMN@pwcs.edu

Ms. Christine Cortez, School Social Worker

CortezCG@pwcs.edu

Mr. Stanley Urbaniak, School Psychologist
UrbaniS@pwcs.edu

TBD, New Horizons Therapist

Ms. Heather Lontos, Transition Specialist
LontosHA@pwcs.edu

Ms. Laura Inesta, Attendance Officer
cantuli@pwcs.edu


Contact Information:

Phone: 703.365.6500
Fax: 703.330.2170


School Counseling Department Philosophy

School Counseling Mission Statement:

The Osbourn Park High School Counseling Department shall empower students to succeed in both today and tomorrow’s society. Our mission is to provide a comprehensive, developmental, and educational program that meets the academic, personal/social, and career goals of our diverse student population. School counselors provide responsive services in the areas of consultations and collaboration with students, parents/guardians, teachers, staff, and community resources.

The professional school counselors at Osbourn Park High School believe:

All students have the capacity to learn and grow in the supportive environment provided at Osbourn Park High School.

School Counselors assist students to develop their potential by using our school community as a foundation and support system for student achievement.

School Counselors promote student self-exploration and encourage involvement in educational opportunities and extra-curricular activities.

All students are valued for their uniqueness we respect and encourage personal development, growth and confidence, to allow for cultural diversity.

Data is used to initiate and develop a comprehensive School Counseling Program in accordance with ASCA standards that provide and encourage academic achievement, personal growth and career exploration.

School Counselors advocate for all of our stakeholders, the clients we serve and the profession by making sure that we meet the needs of our diverse population.

The success students experience in high school will follow them into their future endeavors and lay the ground work for continued success.

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