• Everyone struggles from time to time, in all levels of course work!  Knowing when to get help will keep you on track and help manage stress. 

    Here are some tips:

    • Let your teacher know if you are struggling with course content or skills (i.e. time management, organization, etc.). Requesting individual time to meet gives you, and your teacher, a better chance to get to know one another.

    • Math Center:  Room 131 (near cafeteria).  Staffed by math teachers, every period, for help with math.

    • Study Lounge: Room 108.  Open every period for assistance in any subject area and/or with study skills.

    • National Honor Society Peer Tutors: Want help from a peer?  Our NHS students are happy to help you in any subject area.  Stop by the counseling office for an NHS tutor request form.  NHS Peer Tutoring Request Form 21-22

    • Cyber students:  Ms. Chelsea Sammarone is your cyber coach and can guide you regarding any difficulty you may experience (csammarone@wcasd.net) 
    • Contact your school counselor via email, or request an appointlment by going to the counselor directory in our "Career and College Planning" Schoology course, and click on the calendly link to schedule an appointment.