Guidance

Guidance

The Student Services Centre is open to all students and parents from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM. Guidance Counsellors assist students with personal, social, educational and career planning concerns. They also conduct in-school and online information sessions for students in all grades.


Every student at Northview Heights is assigned to a guidance counsellor with whom he/she can discuss personal issues. 

Guidance Counsellor

Student Last Name

Ms. Tanrikulu (Assistant Curriculum Leader)

Sevil.tanrikulu@tdsb.on.ca

A - C & M

Ms. Dobbin

Alexandra.dobbin@tdsb.on.ca

D - K & N (Visa students A-O)

Ms. Allison

Catherine.allison@tdsb.on.ca

O - R (APGA and Special Education-ISP program)

Ms. Pavlic-Trias

Danijela.pavlic-trias@tdsb.on.ca

S - Z & L (Visa students P-Z)




Students can make appointments with specific counsellors:

Guidance Appointment Bookings:

Each counsellor has a link.  Students must book appointments with their TDSB email addresses.  Instructions on how to book a guidance appointment on-line is available in the guidance google classrooms:

  • In-person learners- Guidance Counsellors will call students down from class for appointment visits.
  • Virtual learners- Guidance Counsellors will meet with students via a google meet during their booked time. An automated google meet address will be generated when a student books an appointment.

 

Our services include:

  •  Academic, career and personal counselling. 
  •  Information about adventure and study-abroad programs.
  •  Career education: Internet programs, guest speakers, excursions, conferences, interest surveys, workshops, classroom lessons, summer opportunity fair.
  •  Career planning and info regarding future trends in employment.
  •  Display and promotion of community programs and information about educational, volunteer and work opportunities.
  •  Assisting with financial planning for post-secondary education.
  •  Liaising with elementary schools, colleges & universities.
  •  Managing credit/diploma information.
  •  Monitoring the progress of at-risk students.
  •  Personal and group counselling.
  •  Gathering information and assisting students with the application process for post-secondary education.
  •  Referrals to social workers, psychologist, speech & language pathologist, settlement workers, child & youth worker, attendance counsellor, public health nurse, dietician and/or community agencies.
  •  Information about Scholarships, Awards, Bursaries and OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program) to help with post-secondary finances
  •  Student leadership programs.
  •  The teaching of study and time management skills.
  •  Welcoming and registering new students. including our Ambassador program.