Guidance and counseling at AHA is divided into three sub groups.
Staff members are listed below. Contact a staff member directly if you know which person to whom you'd like to speak. If you're unsure, contact the Department chair.
Click here to find the forms and releases you may need for your student including: transcript requests, health and medication forms, forms for releasing information to other agencies, and student withdrawl forms.
Sarah Taffe, Department Chair – Ms. Taffe works with students with the last names beginning with A-L on issues of behavioral health, wellness, and academic issues. email@example.com, 612-798-2654
Matt O'Leary, Counseling – Mr. O'Leary works with students with the last names beginning with M-Z on issues of behavioral health, wellness, and academic issues. He is also the contact person for standardized testing. firstname.lastname@example.org, 612-798-2638
Jim Gunderson, RTI coordinator-- Mr. Gunderson is AHA's Response to Intervention (RTI) coordinator. He works with students who need more academic support but who do not have an Accommodation Plan. email@example.com, 612-798-2633.
Gina Meacham, Registrar--Ms. Meacham works with transcripts, academic reports, enrollment verifications, and scheduling firstname.lastname@example.org, 612-798-2626
Deirdre Hocks, Counselor/Learning Variations Coordinator--Ms. Hocks works with students who have an Educational Diagnosis/Accommodation Plan. She coordinates with Richfield Public Schools for issues of accommodation and testing for students with learning disabilities. email@example.com
The College and Career Center helps students plan for post-secondary education. Learn more about the Center’s work on the College and Career Center page of this web site.
Tina Proctor, College and Career Center Counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Ann Kjorstad, College and Career Center Counselor, email@example.com, 612-798-2691
Learning Variations (Special Education Services Notice)
In cooperation with the Richfield School District, AHA wants to be sure that parents know that students with disabilities attending elementary or secondary private schools in Richfield may be eligible for special education services through the Richfield Public Schools.
Any time throughout the school year, if a parent believes a child may be eligible for special education services, the parent should contact AHA's Learning Variations Coordinator for more information.
Additional information about Richfield School District's special education services are available by clicking here or by calling 612-798-6000.
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