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Homewood High School has one part-time counselor in charge of testing, Sandy Hubbert, and four full-time counselors who divide their duties to assist high school students. Elaine Meeks, College and Career Counselor, provides resources to assist students in planning for life after high school. Visit the College & Career page for resources. Tonya Mills (9th Grade), Delisa Brooks (all 10th grade and 11th grade, last names A - K, Career Coach), and Whitney Voltz (11th grade, last names L - Z and all 12th grade) provide students with brief counseling in three domains: academic, personal/social, career planning. Additionally, Katie Smith is a social worker who serves as a Student Assistance Counselor for secondary Homewood City Schools. All counselors work with students on issues affecting their academic performance and on issues of personal and social development. The counselors are available to parents for consultation and parents are encouraged to contact any counselor with questions regarding counseling services. Confidentiality: Conversations with a school counselor are confidential with the exception of situations in which the student has authorized the counselor to speak to someone else. In addition, there are a number of urgent situations which limit confidentiality: * Threat of harm to oneself * Threat of harm to another * Any report of abuse or neglect or suspected abuse or neglect * Reports of behavior which could reasonably lead to harm to self or others * Court orders requiring disclosure Please use the links on the left to find information we think you might find useful and grade level specific tabs to the right!