School Counseling

WHS School Counseling Department 

Phone: 860-945-4810

Fax: 860-945-2797

School Code (CEEB): 070882

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Mrs. Sales, Mrs. Bates, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Chunis

School Counseling Coordinator 

Mrs. Chunis X5013

School Counselors

Last name A-C & T-Z      Mrs. Bates    X5016

Last name D-J      Mrs. Sales         X5014

Last name K-P          Mrs. Robinson   X5017     robinsonme@watertownps

Last name Q-S          Mrs. Chunis       X5013

Special Education Coordinator

Dr. Lemos X1415

School Psychologist

Dr. Ambrose X5077

Mrs. Pettinato X5015

School Social Worker

Mrs. Flamengo 860-945-4840 

School Speech and Language Pathologist

Mrs. Freimuth  X5091

School Counseling Secretary

Mrs. Bohan X5012

College Sweatshirt Day
October 20, 2016
To recognize the early action deadlines, seniors and staff are invited to wear college sweatshirts. 

college sweatshirt day
            Mrs. Bartlett, Ms. Kilmartin, Mrs. Keating, Mrs. Sales, Ms. O'Leary, Mrs. Robinson
              Mrs. Chunis, Ms. Borges

Our Philosophy

As school counselors at Watertown High School, our mission is to provide equal access for the student population in the areas of academic, career, and personal/social development.  We approach this mission with a staff of culturally competent counselors who will advocate for and facilitate continual individual and school-wide change,in accordance with professional ethical guidelines.  With the use of data and collaborative interactions with stakeholders, such as faculty,families, and community members and resources, we will help prepare each student for their future endeavors by promoting self awareness and successful strategies for learning.  We believe that our department isan integral part in our total education program for student success that aligns with our district and school goals.


Mission Statement 

The School Counseling Department will provide a developmentally appropriate comprehensive program to all students, which focuses on fulfilling their academic, career, and personal social needs.  Through a supportive and collaborative relationship with other educators,parents/guardians, and the community, we strive for all students to exhibit the necessary social, emotional, and academic growth needed to become productive and responsible members of society.