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 Parents of 11th and 10th graders -

Is your student starting to think about their plans for after high school?

Do you and your student need guidance regarding the college process?

 Is your student interested in PSEO during their junior and/or senior year? 

Please join us on Saturday January 22 from 9am-11:30 for Super Saturday!

       Super Saturday Agenda  (subject to change)

       Masks are required for this event. 

        Please email Michelle Kimpton with questions                  



Counseling Office
Fax: 651-425-2306
7:15 a.m.-3:45 p.m. 

CEEB Code 242738

Frequently Asked Questions

Schoolshelf contains a variety of resources on mental health, college, career, employment, and chemical health. Click on the logo above to access Schoolshelf.

The log in and password are both ERHS (all caps)

crisis phone numbers

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

Washington County Crisis Response Unit 

Emergency Line 
911 - Please call 911 if you or someone you know is in immediate danger of harming themselves or someone else. 

COURSE REGISTRATION for 2022-23 School Year

Grade Level Information

Counseling news

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Meet the counseling staff

Jennifer Elsesser

Jennifer Elsesser

Counselor – Students Hen-Le

Jonathan Balagot

Jonathan Balagot

Career Clerk

Carolle Huttemier

Carolle Huttemier

Counselor – Students P-So

Wendy Kadrlik

Wendy Kadrlik

Counseling Secretary

Michelle Kimpton

Michelle Kimpton

Counselor – Students Lf-O

Melissa Munoz

Melissa Munoz

Counselor – Students Cr-Hem

Mrs Janey Photo

Elizabeth Janey

Counselor – Students A-Cp

Ben Hagar

Ben Hagar

Counselor – Students Sp-Z

Mental health and crisis resources

Mental Health and Crisis Resources

Note: Although we do not give specific referrals for any agencies, the following is a list of community resources available for you to contact for counseling and related services. Many of these services offer sliding fee scales or free services. Nearly all of the following information was taken from the Washington County Family Resources Directory.

We strongly recommended that students review the following resources with a parent, guardian, or trusted adult.