Welcome to the School Counseling Department at Peru Central School District!
Peru Elementary school counseling and psychology services
We are here to: Assist students in acquiring safe, respectful, and responsible attitudes. Advocate for all students encouraging them to develop to their fullest personal and academic potential. Consult and collaborate with other educators, parents, and community members on behalf of all students.
This is a link to a chart outlining the minimum course requirements for graduation established by the New York State Education Department. Students must have 22 credits to graduate. *Students with an IEP eligible for low pass option. Some students with a 504 plan may be eligible for low pass option.
Profile Class of 2021
This is a link to our school’s profile for 2020-2021 in an attempt to give an accurate picture of the student’s grades, activities, and accomplishments through both co-curricular and out-of-school pursuits.
Class Rank / Honor Roll
This link contains information on the weighting of grades in courses of elevated rigor such as Honors, Advanced Placement and College Advancement Program (CAP) courses.
Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership program
For Sophomores ONLY! Click here for Application
The Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership seminar for sophomores is being held at Silver Bay Resort on Lake George from Friday, June 11th through Sunday June 13th.
This page contains information for college-bound students to explore, including a College Bound Process Checklist, steps of the college application process and tips for completing the SUNY application.
College Application Process Tutorials
College application season is upon us.
The Counseling Department has compiled a group of video tutorials to assist with the application process.
This is a link to the current course offerings at PeruCSD, sorted by academic department. A short course description is provided.
Records / Transcript Request Form
This is a link to a fillable form provided by the Peru Central School Guidance/Counseling Office for authorization to release official student transcripts and/or immunization records. Download to access a fillable form.
Financial Aid Information
This page contains concise Financial Aid information for college-bound students from the Peru Counseling Department.
This page contains a collection of scholarships available for 2020-2021 students.
This website contains information on the NAVIANCE PROGRAM. We encourage students to utilize the variety of resources available in the NAVIANCE PROGRAM that we contract with. Here they can take a variety of inventories related to possible jobs they might like, their learning styles and much more. You can get to the Naviance log in by using the quick links menu of the Peru Junior/Senior High website or by clicking the link above.
This website is another option for seniors who are undecided on what they want to do after graduation. “Earn a paycheck while exploring different industries and positions throughout the North Country. Develop your skills, build your network and earn a micro-credential career development badge in Advanced Manufacturing from Clinton Community College.”
This page contains extensive resources on Cyberbullying, Bullying, Anti-Drug, Depression and Anxiety.
This website contains information on the SUNY PLATTSBURGH Upward Bound program. Upward Bound is an exciting educational opportunity for students who have the potential to continue their education beyond high school. Eligible students are from modest income households and/or whose parents are not four-year college graduates. This federal TRIO program is completely funded by the U.S. Department of Education with no cost to the student or family.
This link directs you to the ACCES-VR website. The program helps to ensure that all youth with disabilities are prepared for employment, post-secondary education and community living when they leave school. ACCES-VR can provide a range of services to help eligible individuals reach an employment goal.
|Mr. Tim Loughan||Counseling Department Coordinator||High School (9-12)||(518) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mrs. Susan Martin||High School Counselor||High School (9-12)||(518) email@example.com|
|Mr. Adam Carter||High School Counselor||High School (9-12)||(518) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ms. Rebecca Durant||HS Counseling Secretary||High School (9-12)||(518) email@example.com|
|Lowell Cote||HS/MS Psychologist||High School (9-12)|
Middle School (6-8)
|Bernadette Nolan||HS/MS Psychologist||High School (9-12)|
Middle School (6-8)
|Mrs. Lauren LaValley||Middle School Counselor||Middle School (6-8)||(518) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mrs. Claire Cantwell-Jones||Middle School Counselor||Middle School (6-8)||(518) email@example.com|
|Keryn Rafferty||HS/MS Psychologist||Middle School (6-8)|
High School (9-12)
|Mrs. Debbie Keyes||MS Counseling Secretary||Middle School (6-8)||(518) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mrs. Julie Hogan||Elementary School Counselor||Primary/Intermediate (K-5)||(518) email@example.com|
|Kristin McAuliffe||Elementary School Psychologist||Primary/Intermediate |
|Mrs. Meghan Taptick||Primary School Counselor||Primary (K-2)||(518) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Joanne Isecke||Primary School Psychologist||Primary (K-2)||(518) email@example.com|
|Rebecca Fuller||Intermediate School Psychologist||Intermediate (3-5)||(518) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Kathleen Cavanaugh||Intermediate School Counselor||Intermediate (3-5)||(518) email@example.com|
|Audrey Crucetti||Behavior Analyst||All Grade Levels||(518) firstname.lastname@example.org|