Counseling Corner

Counseling Corner

Student Testing
What parents can do to help prepare students click here


Meet Jeannette Junior High’s Counseling Department

Ms. Karey Tsatsanis

Mrs. Nadia Jenkins

 Mrs. Bihary, Counseling Secretary


Counseling Department Caseloads

Caseloads are broken down by alphabet, according to last name:

Ms. Tsatsanis Last names beginning with A-K 
Mrs. Jenkins Last names beginning with L-Z
Mrs.Bihary Counseling Secretary 797.3390


7th Grade Course Descriptions click here


8th Grade Course Descriptions click here


9th Grade Course Descriptions click here


High School Graduation Requirements click here


Tutoring:  Homework Club

Tutoring is available after school Mondays and Wednesdays in all subjects.  This takes place in the Media Center from 3:10 PM - 4 PM. Students must have a signed permission slip on file in order to attend the tutoring sessions. Get permission slip HERE.  

Weekly Progress Reports

Although weekly progress reports can be an effective communication tool, they provide limited information about a student’s academic performance or behavior in the classroom. Direct communication with your child’s teachers can be an effective tool in their success at school. It is always best for parents to communicate directly with their child’s teacher regarding any concerns or questions about their child’s progress. We strongly encourage parents to contact their child’s teachers when a concern or issue arises.  You can also access your child's grades and progress online through PowerSchool.  If you do not have your parent login, please come in to the front office and they will provide one for you. 


Academic Intervention to be More Successful in School

Help!! My Child is Failing Junior High


Career Cruising

Parents please see your child for their user name and password.   All 8th and 9th grade students can access the website using the usernames and passwords they received last year. 


Counselors Help Students Succeed in School

Helping develop positive attitudes among students towards self, family, and community. Counseling with students individually and in groups helps to understand and appreciate their unique qualities, and grow personally and socially, supporting students in developing an individual plan for academic success. Assisting students to become invested in their school success by showing them how school performance relates to career opportunities. Working collaboratively with students, parents, and teachers to identify and remove barriers that may impede student achievement. Facilitate building and district wide programs that reflect student academic goals and future career plans. Coursework planning to meet the demands of the Michigan Merit Curriculum.