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Contact / Mission

The Mission of the Guidance Department is to assist all students in acquiring the skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed to become successful students, responsible citizens, productive workers, and lifelong learners. We promote academic excellence and career development while ensuring personal and social growth through the utilization of school and community resources.

Contact your Counselor
An appointment is always appreciated if you wish to meet with your child's guidance counselor.  This way your child's counselor can be prepared for your meeting and devote a dedicated amount of time to your issue.  Thank you.
Alphonso, Janice...............JAlphonso@schools.nyc.gov............ext. 1245
Baer-Sharoff, Lilian............LBaerSh@schools.nyc.gov...............ext. 1247
Carnevale, Kelly..................KCarnevale@schools.nyc.gov..........ext. 4210
Hung, Mandy........................CHung3@schools.nyc.gov...............ext. 1246
Martinez, Angel...................AMartinez57@schools.nyc.gov.........ext. 1252
Nolan, Joan.........................Jnolan8@schools.nyc.gov.................ext. 1249
Rolof, Richard.....................RRolof@schools.nyc.gov...................ext. 1248
Salowitz-Allone, Tara..........TSalowitzAllone@schools.nyc.gov....ext. 1454
Sanchez, Charlyn................CSanchez17@schools.nyc.gov.........ext. 1243
Schneider, Laura.................LThomps7@schools.nyc.gov.............ext. 1242
Sconzo, Brittany..................BSconzo@schools.nyc.gov...............ext. 1251
Toromoreno, Sandy.............SToromoreno@schools.nyc..............ext. 1256
Umanskaya, Anna...............AUmanskaya3@schools.nyc.gov......ext. 1253

Murrow Guidance Counselors Believe
1.   All students can achieve at high levels
2.   Every student is valuable and unique
3.   All students will have access to high quality school counseling services
4.   All students’ ethnic, cultural and racial differences are considered in the design and delivery of school counseling services
5.   All students can expect that our school is a safe and nurturing environment
 
Murrow Guidance Counselor Role
Guidance counselors are certified/ licensed educators, making them uniquely qualified to address all students’ academic, career and social/emotional developmental needs by designing, implementing, evaluating and enhancing a comprehensive school counseling program that promotes and enhances student success.
  1. To help all students in the areas of academic achievement
  2. To aid in personal/social development as well as career development
  3. Counselors provide individual and group counseling
  4. Counselors provide classroom social/emotional “Guidance Lessons”
  5. Counselors consult and guide students on class selection and meeting graduation requirements