Counseling Center


MHS School Counselors
 can help students with planning, advisement, appraisal, counseling, and crisis response.  Information that students share with the school counselor is confidential unless there is a potential harm to the student or others, concern of neglect or abuse, or by court order.

If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline anytime at (208)-398-4357.  Texting is also available Monday-Friday, 3 PM to Midnight.





Diana Hicke
School Counselor: Class of 2025, 
Class of 2022 A-G
hicked@msd281.org


Wes Andrews
School Counselor: Class of 2023, 
Class of 2022 H-P
andrewsw@msd281.org


Charlene Jakich
School Counselor: Class of 2024, 
Class of 2022 Q-Z
jakichc@msd281.org


Kayce Gregory
Counseling Secretary
gregoryk@msd281.org
Office Hours: 7:30am - 1:30pm


Renae Bafus
Career and College Ready Advisor & Test Coordinator
bafusr@msd281.org


Colleen Robbins
Registrar
robbinsc@msd281.org

 


Summer Meals

Counseling Center Updates

2020-2021 School Year
June 2021May 2021March 2021February 2021December 2020 / Self-Care ExtraNovember 2020, October 2020September 2020

2019-2020 School Year
June 2020 / Community Support Extra, April 2020February 2020
January 2020November 2019October 2019September 2019August 2019



Advisory Council

Do you want to be on the MHS School Counselor’s Advisory Council?  Our Advisory Council is a group of stakeholders who would like to review and advise us on the implementation of the school counseling programs.  We have two Advisory Council meetings per year.  Parents, students, staff, administration, and community members are welcome to join.  Email Wes at andrewsw@msd281.org if you’d like to be a part of it.

Advisory Council Presentations:
January 2021
April 2021



Campus Visits

If your college/institute wants to arrange a visit at the Moscow High School, please contact Renae Bafus via email at bafusr@msd281.org  or call the school at 208-882-2591 and ask for the Career Center.



Mission & Vision Statements

The mission of the Moscow High School counseling program is to help each of our students make the best possible choices for themselves as they prepare for what’s next.  Through constant partnership with the Moscow High School staff and Moscow community, we support the development of our students in their problem-solving and decision-making skills so that they may grow to navigate any challenge that they may encounter in school, work, and life.

The vision of the Moscow High School counseling program is that all our students believe they belong at our school, make positive connections with peers and adults, and achieve at their highest level.  We envision meeting each student's academic and social/emotional needs while offering relevant opportunities that prepare them for their future, so that when they graduate, they will have made our school a better place for those who follow.


 

More Information:

 

Campus Visits

If your college/institute wants to arrange a visit at the Moscow High School, please contact Kayce Gregory via email at gregoryk@msd281.org  or call the school at 208-882-2591 and ask for the Counseling Center. 

A representative from the following schools will be on campus to meet with any junior or seniors interested: