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Mission & Vision

Mission:

Cibola High School's Counseling Department strives to fulfill the Cibola High School Mission to "Motivate, Educate, and Graduate" ALL students.

Vision:

ALL Cibola High School students graduate as knowledgeable and independent, achieving their fullest potential, capable of determining their futures and attaining fulfilling careers, positively contributing to a diverse society in a changing world.

Transcripts

Official transcripts must be requested through Parchment. The first four transcripts are free; each additional transcript costs $1.00. Please use the link below to submit your request:parchment logoAn unofficial transcript can be requested form your counselor or the registrar.

 

CEEB Code

Use for ACT and SAT:

320011

Remind Messages

Our text messaging system for students, parents/guardians, and educators.

For the 2022-2023 school year, students/parents/guardians are encouraged to sign-up to receive important reminders and updates about:

college, financial aid, scholarships, opportunities, career-related events, and more!

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Video Resources

A library of compiled videos, on "issues" our counselors most often hear about from students and parents, is provided below:

Counseling Department

Counseling

Welcome to Cibola High School's Counseling Department    

We look forward to working with and supporting all students and families at Cibola.  The 2022-2023 school year brings change, and one of those changes involves the assignment of students for counseling services.  Please see updated contact information in the right column.

In an Emergency

If you believe there is a life-threatening emergency, harm to self or other(s), please dial "911" immediately.

Request a schedule change

Schedule changes require a special need to make any change.  Here is a list of special circumstances that will be accommodated:

  • Completion of summer school coursework
  • Failed courses from previous semesters
  • Changing to a course with a higher degree of difficulty in the same subject area
  • Fulfillment of a graduation requirement
  • Taking Dual Credit or CEC class
  • Not scheduled for seven classes

If a request does not meet any of these special circumstances, a schedule change will not be granted. 

Schedule Change Request Form

Please provide as much information as possible to help speed up the process.  REMEMBER:  All corrections must be made within the first ten days of the semester.  A class dropped after that time results in a "W/F" (withdrawal with the grade of "F") for the course.

SCHEDULE an APPOINTMENT 

Counselor's have been reassigned to students by their last name, so please make note of the changes.  To set up an appointment with your counselor, just pick their link below:

Ms. Garcia - Last names A-Dr

Ms. Tuttle - Last names Ds-Le

Ms. Mora - Last names Lf-Re

Mr. Montoya - Last names Rf-Z

College and Career Counselor - Mr. Sena

Crossroads Substance Abuse Counselor - Mrs. Searle

Email Mrs. Searle for an appointment:  lisa.searle@aps.edu

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SUPPORT IS AVAILABLE

Please know that your Cibola High School counselors care about you, and we are here to support our students and families. 

CHS Counselors' email addresses are listed in the right column. You may also access your counselor's web page and information/resources by clicking on his/her name shown in blue.

News about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) may still be creating anxiety and concerns.  If you or a loved one is experiencing any kind of emotional crisis, mental health or substance use concern, the NM Crisis & Access Line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 

NM Crisis & Access Line: 1-855-662-7474 (24/7); call or text their Peer-to-Peer Warmline at 1-855-466-7100 (call 3:30pm-11:30pm; text 6pm-11pm); and visit the NM Crisis and Access Line . 

 

ASSISTANCE WITH COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

If you or your family needs assistance regarding COVID-19:

  • Please view the list of resources: APS & Community Resources: COVID-19 (PDF)
  • You may also view & complete the COVID-19 Assistance Request Form
  • APS has created the APS @ Home Helpline:  Call 768-LINK (768-5465). This is a helpline set up by APS to assist families with needs such as food, mental health, etc.
  • If you need immediate assistance, please contact the APS District Office at 505-880-3700.
  • Robbie's Hope:  "We are a movement.  An uprising of teens to help other teens.  We’ve made it our mission to stop the suicide epidemic that’s taking the lives of our friends."
Counselors

LAST NAMES A - Dr

Ms. Tara Garcia, MA, LMHC

tara.garcia@aps.edu

(505) 897-0110 ext. 40061

Office Hours: 7:30am - 2:30pm


LAST NAMES Ds - Le

Ms. Jennifer Tuttle, MA

tuttle@aps.edu

(505) 897-0110 ext. 40160

Office Hours: 8:00am - 3:00pm


LAST NAMES Lf - Re

Ms. Margie Mora, MA

mora_margie@aps.edu

(505) 897-0110 ext. 40141

Office Hours: 7:00am - 2:00pm


LAST NAMES Rf - Z

Mr. Eliseo Montoya, MA

montoya_eliseo@aps.edu

(505) 897-0110 ext. 40159

Office Hours: 7:00am - 2:00pm


CROSSROADS SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR

Mrs. Lisa Searle, MA

lisa.searle@aps.edu

(505) 897-0110 ext. 40142

Office Hours: 7:00am - 2:00pm


COLLEGE & CAREER COUNSELOR / DEPT. CHAIRPERSON

Mr. Joe Sena, MA

sena@aps.edu

(505) 897-0110 ext. 40166

Office Hours: 7:30am - 3:00pm

COUNSELING STAFF

REGISTRAR

Ms. Valerie Turrietta

valerie.turrietta@aps.edu

(505) 897-0110 ext. 40043

Office Hours: 7:00am - 3:30pm


DATA PROCESSOR

Ms. Jessica Atencio

atencio_j@aps.edu

(505) 897-0110 ext. 40213

Office Hours: 7:00am - 3:30pm


SECRETARY

Ms. Judith Garcia

judith.garcia2@aps.edu

(505) 897-0110 ext. 40001

Office Hours: 7:00am - 3:30pm