Ms. Jenny Charrett
Counseling Caseload (by student's last name): Lo-Ro
Advisor of Advanced Peer Counseling Program
Mind Matters H/CP Teacher
- Our Counseling Department page is designed to answer most common counseling-related questions and to find forms.
- For general OPHS information, please visit our main OPHS Website or call the main office at 818-735-3300 during school hours for more immediate assistance.
Student Drop-in Counseling Support is at Nutrition & Lunch Daily
Students who come to the office during these counselor support times and any crisis situations take priority each day.
If I am not available at any of the open drop-in times, students will fill out a "Request to See Ms. Charrett" slip or email me and I will send a pass to see me.
Every effort is made to return emails and phone messages within 48 hours (excluding non-school days).
Parents/Guardians - call or email first to request a time to speak.
Our commitment as counselors in working with students and families
Student wellbeing and removing barriers to learning is our priority! The counselor's role is to guide and support students in having equitable access to educational advancement, to address social/emotional developmental needs, and to help students plan and prepare for life beyond high school. It is our privilege to work with students and their families in this important stage of their adolescent development.
At the high school level, as is developmentally appropriate, this is a key time to encourage and empower our students to initiate communications with school staff regarding their own school matters. It is generally expected that high school students participate in any conversations and meetings about their education. If a parent or guardian would prefer to discuss a more sensitive matter without their student present, please email or call me to request a time to speak directly.