Hank Klopstock (A - L)
It has been my great pleasure to be part of the original staff when Stocton High School first opened as a credit recovery program in August of 2009. Prior to that, I served as an elementary counselor at Pulliam and Taylor Elementary Schools after having started employment with Stockton Unified as a School Based Mental Health Counsleor.
My previous career experiences include: Admissions Advisor for National University, Executive Director of Easter Seal Society of Stockton; Founding Board Member and Chief Financial Officer of Nazarene Christion School and Brookside Christian High School; California licenced Casualty, Health, Life Insurance and Securities Agent; Chief Cytotechnologist St Joseph's Hospital Stockton; US Army Medical Labratory Technician.
I am excited about being part of the opportunity that Stockton High School provides students who may have previously struggled in the comprehensive high school setting. As an independent study program we are able to individualize our approach to learning to meet each student's needs and guide them through struggles with social/emotional issues, academic deficiencies and missing graduation requirements in an environment free from the distractions of the larger schools.
Hank Klopstock, MA, PPS
Office phone: 209-933-7365 x2367
Google Voice: 209-625-9630
Office hours: Monday through Friday
7:30am to 2:30pm
Refugio Gomez Morado (M - Z)
While school is physically closed, students are expected to continue to work on their classes. Students should check their email every day, if not every other day for information or to reach out to us. Students who are close to graduation, can still graduate by the end of this academic year.
Mr. Gomez received his bachelor's of science in Social Work and masters in School Counseling from CSU. Sacramento and looks forward to working with Stockton High School community. When he is not at work, he enjoys spending time with family, friends, traveling and his favorit food is Thai.
Google Vocie Number: 209-227-0935 where you can text message or call
Phone: 209-933-7365 extension 2368
Student and Parent Resource Information:
Every senior student should submit their application for:
State and Federal Financial Aid (FASFAS) after October 1st and prior to May 1st to guarantee funds available to pay for college or trade schools for the next school year. The links below can be used to enroll on-line or contact your Cousnelor or the Guidance Tech for direct assistance in the Counseling and Career.
Dream Act Resources:
AB 540 eligible students
Mental Health Services-Crisis Intervention San Joaquin County
The Crisis Clinic1212 N. California Street Stockton, CA 95202
Walk-in Hours:Monday-Friday from 8am - 5pm
Crisis Phone (24 Hour Response): (209)468-8686 Crisis Fax: (209) 468-2380
Crisis Intervention Services Center1212 N. California Street Stockton, CA 95202
Walk-in Hours:Monday-Friday from 8am - 1pmCrisis Phone (24-Hour Response): (209) 468-8686
Crisis Fax: (209) 468-2380
Hotline Number for Help
San Joaquin 211:
Resources to housing/shelter, healthcare, counseling, food, legal services and more. 24 hours/7 days a week. Free and Confidential
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI):
Call the NAMI helpline 1-800-950-6264 or in a crisis text? Text NAMI to 741741
National Alliance on Mental Illness of San Joaquin:
NAMI San Joaquin county is grassroots family, client and community member organization, dedicated to imporving the lives of people with mental health challenges and the lives of their families and friends. These challenges are known as neurobiological brain disorders or psychiatric disablilites.
NAMI San Joaquin County Resource Guide
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 or Text 741741