Communication from your Counseling Team
During the time of school closure, the NTHS Counseling Team is committed to continuing communication with students and families. We will be regularly posting resources and answers to frequently asked questions here. Please check the content and follow appropriate links, etc. Email is the best form of communicating directly with your school counselor. We will respond to emails within 24 - 48 hours. Thank you for your understanding and patience as we all navigate this unprecedented time.
Counseling Center Updates
Class of 2020...If you have not picked up your diploma, Here are your options:
You can pick up your diploma at NTHS Friday June 26th 9:30am-11:30am.
The following Monday, Diplomas will be sent to the NTPS Service Center/Archives and Records and you can pick them up there.
North Thurston Public Schools
Records & Archives
6620 Carpenter Rd SE
Lacey, WA 98503
Most colleges and post high school programs will reguire students to submit final high school transcripts.
Complete the Senior Follow Up Form linked here and return to Sarah Smith by June 26, 2020. Final Transcripts will be mailed out by June 30, 2020.
Form: Senior Follow Up Form
Please email Ms. Smith with any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you need a transcript? Ms. Sarah Smith, NTHS Registrar, is the main contact for transcripts. Her contact information is below.
- There are two kinds of transcripts. Unofficial transcripts are essentially a copy of your transcript and can be used for many things. Official transcripts are signed, dated, and sealed and are a more formal record. Most applications, etc. will indicate if you need an unofficial or official transcript.
- Please email Mrs. Smith with your request for unofficial or official transcripts and any questions. Ms. Smith has been arranging for "quick pick ups" of official transcripts, but please give multiple days notice to allow for processing and arranging this service.
Email Contact: email@example.com
Crisis Clinic of Thurston/Mason County: Thurston/Mason County Crisis Clinic hotline is a resource for those seeking social/emotional and mental health related services. This is a non-emergency number where you will speak with a trained person who can provide additional resources and be a supportive listener. In cases of emergency, calling 911 is the best resource.
Are you interested in the Running Start program for the 2020-2021 School Year? Please visit the SPSCC Running Start page (link below), complete the steps outlined here and compile SPECIFIC questions that counselors can address. Email your counselor AFTER completing the steps. The online resources are thorough and the online Information Sessions will answer many initial questions you will have.
Steps to Enroll for Running Start
- Attend and on-campus information session
- Apply to SPSCC
- Set up email & portal
- Qualify for Running Start