Counseling Center

Mission Statement of Woodland’s Comprehensive Counseling Program

The mission of Woodland School District counseling program is to provide comprehensive, developmental counseling, addressing academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. In partnership with other educators, parents/guardians, and community members we seek to develop in each and every student an understanding of the importance of hard work and how performance, effort and decisions directly affect educational and career opportunities. We encourage and support each student in maximizing his or her potential and becoming a productive, contributing member of society.

Planning for High School & Beyond. A family resource guide.

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Make sure when scheduling your appointment that you are logged into your District Google account and/or your device's calendar is set to the correct time zone in order to match up with the district’s calendar. All appointments are between the hours of 8am and 3:30pm.


Mary Ann Sturdivan
Career Specialist
sturdivm@woodlandschools.org
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For advisory presentations
see school calendar

Mitch Kochis
Counselor Class of 2018 and 2019
kochism@woodlandschools.org
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Sarah Gray
Counselor Class of 2017 and 2020
grays@woodlandschools.org
Make an appointment

Tish Brand
Registrar
brandt@woodlandschools.org


Running Start Advisors and Student Caseload Assignments

Sarah Gray (grays@woodlandschools.org 360-841-2811)
Class of 2017: Students with last names beginning with A-Z
Class of 2018: Students with last names beginning with A-M

Mitch Kochis (kochism@woodlandschools.org 360-841-2812)
Class of 2018 Students with last names beginning with N-Z