Henry's Counseling Page


    Welcome to Henry's Counseling Page!

    We are excited to bring information, resources, and a way to connect with your school counselors when needed. 

    ¡Bienvenidos a la página de Consejeras de Henry!

    Nos complace brindar información, recursos y una forma de conectarnos con los consejeros de su escuela cuando sea necesario. 

  • School Counselors are a member of the education team that provides academic, social and emotional, and college and career-ready services and support via various platforms such as individual or group sessions, and classroom instruction. Counselors serve as a student advocate working not just with the students, but the teachers, school staff and families as well, while building a positive school-wide culture and improving outcomes such as attendance rates, discipline rates, graduation rates, and more through what is called the MTMDSS. The MTMDSS (Multi-tiered, Multi-domain, systems of support) serves as a tiered structure that ensures all students are served equitably.

  • Los consejeros escolares son miembros del equipo educativo que brinda servicios y apoyo académico, social y emocional, y listo para la universidad y la carrera profesional a través de varias plataformas, como sesiones individuales o grupales, e instrucción en la clase. Los consejeros sirven como el partidario de los estudiantes trabajando no solo con los estudiantes, sino también con los maestros, el personal de la escuela y las familias, al tiempo que construyen una cultura positiva en toda la escuela y mejoran los resultados, como las tasas de asistencia, las tarifas de disciplina, las tarifas de graduación y más. se llama MTMDSS. El MTMDSS (sistemas de apoyo de varios niveles, múltiples dominios) sirve como una estructura en niveles que garantiza que todos los estudiantes reciban un servicio equitativo.



    As school counselors, our goals are to support students in the following domains:



    College and Career

    Our goal is to also have every student college and/or career ready by the time they graduate from SUSD. 


    Como consejeros escolares, nuestros objetivos son apoyar a los estudiantes en los siguientes dominios:

    Social / emocional

    Colegio y carrera

    Nuestro objetivo también es tener a todos los estudiantes universitarios y / o profesionales listos para cuando se gradúen de SUSD.

  • During distance learning, Counselors will be available during school hours, Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

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Degrees and Certifications:

Miss Tellez

School Counselor K-4th grade

Email address: gtellezcruz@stocktonusd.net

Phone number: (209) 933-7490 Ext. 1849 

Offsite number: (925) 384-2742 

Request to speak to your counselor 



Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Marquardt

School Counselor 5-8th grade

Email address: smarquardt@stocktonusd.net

Phone number: (209) 933-7490 Ext. 1834

Offsite number: (209) 353-2022

Request to speak with your counselor




Degrees and Certifications:

Miss Dela Cruz

Mental Health Clinician

License Number: 

Email address: mdelacruz@stocktonusd.net

Phone number: (209)

Available Monday to Friday:

8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

  • We are Willing to Talk About...

    name calling ✦ love ✦ adoption ✦ grades ✦ healthy and unhealthy relationships ✦ prejudice ✦ race ✦ homelessness and stress about money ✦ coming out/being LGBTQ ✦ grief ✦ anger ✦ divorce ✦ parents ✦ friends  ✦ DACA/citizenship status/your papers ✦ bullying ✦ death ✦ siblings ✦ self esteem ✦ sex ✦ drugs ✦ alcohol ✦ bisexuality ✦ feelings and emotions ✦ gangs ✦ loneliness ✦ arguments ✦ abuse/assault ✦ foster homes ✦ harassment ✦ peer pressure ✦ suicide ✦ cutting ✦ social media ✦ family ✦ friends  ✦ fear/worries ✦ your future ✦ your past ✦ teachers ✦ college ✦ careers ✦ ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING ON YOUR MIND.





    **Virtual services via email, audio, and video conferencing are not secure for personal issues and pose confidentiality issues.**

    If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact our county hotline at (209) 468-8686, National Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room / hospital.