Counseling Office

Welcome to the Counseling Office webpage.

 Our office email is counselingoffice@ghctk12.com 

During the summer, we have limited staff available. Please read below our general FAQ’s as it may answer your questions. 

General FAQ’s:

How to request transcripts:

Transcripts requests need to be ordered online through Parchment. They handle all transcript requests for any student who graduated or left after 2004. Please click on the link to be taken directly to their website. 

Graduating seniors, you must create an account on Parchment. Be sure to enter your personal email address and not your student email so that you may have access to Parchment in the future. Final transcripts will be ready on Friday, June 26th. All transcripts requests will be placed on hold until the transcripts are ready. Here is the Parchment link https://www.parchment.com/u/registration/6302/account

Work permits:

Students under the age of 18 years old must obtain a work permit to work. Students must be hired first and then complete the work permit form. Copy and paste the link this into your web browser to be taken to obtain the work permit application.

https://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/dlseformb1-1.pdf

Please complete the form and email it to counselingoffice@ghctk12.com to be processed and the work permit will be emailed back to you.

Fall courses for current students:

Students, if you need to make a change to your course selections for the fall, please email your counselor. Counselors will respond when they return.

Pre-registered students who are new to Granada and starting school in the Fall:

Please email us at counselingoffice@ghctk12.com 

Parent Home Access Center:

Parents can keep track of grades and classwork through Home Access Center. Parents, if you need your login information, please email us at counselingoffice@ghctk12.com 

Summer School:

Our summer school is now full and closed. If your student needs to attend summer school, please email the office so you may be referred to other schools by a counselor at counselingoffice@ghctk12.com

Enrollment:

To enroll a new student, please email our Attendance Office at attendance@ghctk12.com
 
***Note: If you need assistance please email the Counseling Office at counselingoffice@ghctk12.com. The counselor on duty will be available to assist you.
 
School Counselors
 
Mr. Kevin Sweeney
Academic Program: Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC)
Student Last Names: A-Chok
ksweeney@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule a Google Hangouts meeting
 
 
Mrs. Mea Tahi
Academic Program: Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC)
Student Last Names: Chol-Gua
mtahi@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule a Google Hangouts meeting
 
 
Mr. Seth Hankison
Academic Program: Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC)
Student Last Names: Gub-Le and Foster Youth
shankison@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule a Google Hangouts meeting
 
 
Mrs. Lynda Llamas
Academic Program: Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC)
Student Last Names: Li-Oh
lllamas@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule a Google Hangouts meeting
 
 
 
Mrs. Jenny Noble
Academic Program: Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC)
Student Last Names: Oi-Saq
jnoble@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule a Google Hangouts meeting
 
 
Mrs. Kendra Chalker
Academic Program: Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC)
Student Last Names: Sar-Z
kchalker@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule a Google Hangouts meeting
 
 
Mr. Christopher Gimber
Academic Program: Global Human Initiative (GHI), IB 9/10
Student Last Names: A-Z
cgimber@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule a Google Hangouts meeting
 
 
Mrs. Wendy Woodburn
Academic Program: Humanitas (HU); Global Business & Finance (GBF); ESL
Student Last Names: A-Z
wwoodburn@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule a Google Hangouts meeting
 
 
Ms. Terri Morton
Academic Program: iGranada
Student Last Names: A-Z
tmorton@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule a Google Hangouts meeting
 
 
 
Ms. Tiffanie Fung
Academic Program: STEM
Student Last Names: A-Z
tfung@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule a Google Hangouts meeting
 
 
 
Dr. Barbara Ackermann
School Social Worker
Click here to schedule a Google Hangouts meeting
 
 
 
 
Resources for students and families recommended by our counselors during the COVID-19 crisis:
 
  • Take care of your body. Eating healthy meals, exercising and getting at least seven hours of sleep a night. Even while maintaining a safe distance from other people, you can still go outside! Regular exercise can reduce anxiety. Just be sure to protect yourself and others by following these guidelines for managing anxiety and stress.
 
  • Do things that give you purpose and meaning. Helping others is a gift, and it is good for your own well-being. Many in our community are more vulnerable to the impact of the novel coronavirus. You can help others by offering reassurance and emotional support, for instance.
 
  • Take care of basic needs including food security. Click here for “grab and go” food distribution centers. LAUSD, in partnership with the Red Cross, and charter schools are providing nutritious meals to all students who need them during the temporary closure of schools.
 
  • The Grab & Go Food Centers opened Wednesday, March 18 through the length of the shutdown or until LA County advises otherwise. The closest Grab & Go Food Center is Our Community Charter (OCS) from 10am-12pm, Monday through Friday. OCS is located at 10045 Jumilla Ave., Chatsworth, CA 91311. Free boxed breakfasts and lunches will be available for children under 18. Meals can only be handed to children so please make sure they are present. Additional Grab & Go Meal distribution will be HERE
 
  • Take care of your mind. Constant searching, scrolling or consumption of coronavirus news will only make us feel more afraid and powerless. Take breaks from media coverage and use trusted resources for updates rather than checking unreliable sites such as the Los Angeles County Department of County Health
 
  • Pay attention to how you’re feeling. Fear, worry and dread are normal reactions during this unprecedented time. People who have pre-existing mental health concerns are more vulnerable and face a higher risk of worsening mental health as the virus spreads. For additional mental health information, refer to trusted resources, such as The World Health Organization and The Center for Disease Control
 
  • Social distancing does not mean social isolation. You can reach out and stay connected to others by using technology such as google hangouts, Zoom group calls, and cellphone texting and conversations. Personal relationships are crucial in maintaining perspective and elevating mood.
 
  • Increase your feel-good activities. Whether it’s mindfulness, talking to your friends and family members, going for walks, taking part in sports, journaling, or watching Netflix, now is the time to increase positive experiences in your daily schedule. For a quick stress reliever, UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center offers free guided meditations in English and Spanish.
 
Academic Program:
Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC)
Student Last Names: A-Chok
Mr. Kevin Sweeney
ksweeney@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule an appointment

Academic Program:
Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC)
Student Last Names: Chol-Gua
Mrs. Mea Tahi
mtahi@ghctk12.com
Click here to schedule an appointment

Academic Program: Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC), Student Last Names: Gub-Le and Foster Youth
Mr. Seth Hankison
shankison@ghctk12.com


Academic Program:
Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC)
Student Last Names: Li-Oh
Mrs. Lynda Llamas
lllamas@ghctk12.com


Academic Program:
Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC)
Student Last Names: Oi-Saq
Mrs. Jenny Noble
jnoble@ghctk12.com


Academic Program:
Granada Guaranteed Curriculum (GGC)
Student Last Names: Sar-Z
Mrs. Kendra Chalker
kchalker@ghctk12.com


Academic Program:
Global Human Initiative (GHI), IB 9/10
Student Last Names: A-Z
Mr. Christopher Gimber
cgimber@ghctk12.com


Academic Program: Humanitas (HU); Global Business & Finance, (GBF); ESL, Student Last Names: A-Z
Mrs. Wendy Woodburn
wwoodburn@ghctk12.com
 

Academic Program:
iGranada
Student Last Names: A-Z
Ms. Terri Morton
tmorton@ghctk12.com
 

Academic Program:
STEM
Ms. Tiffanie Fung
tfung@ghctk12.com
 
 
School Social Worker
Dr. Barbara Ackermann