• Mission and Vision for Huerta’s School Counseling Program

    Our mission is to create a comprehensive school counseling program that supports all of our students in reaching their academic, personal, social-emotional, & college and career goals.  We value student voice and encourage parent involvement.

    We are implementing an ASCA model (American School Counselor’s Association) in the programs and services we provide.  We serve students and families by collaboration, leadership, teamwork and advocacy.

    Our vision is for every student to become a responsible, productive, and caring member of our global society.


    Confidentiality Disclosure: Services such as "Virtual services via email, audio, and video conferencing, are not secured for personal issues and may pose confidentiality issues."

    Emergencies: If you are experiencing a safety emergency, please tell the nearest adult around you, or call 911.  Resources are also available (on topics such as crisis, mental health resources, etc.) on the Community Resources section of our Dolores Huerta website.  


    District School Counseling Department 

    Visit our Stockton Unified School District counseling department for more resources and information.  Click on the following to access.  

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  • School Counselors:


    Mr. Aguilar

    School Counselor Grades 5th-8th

    Office (209) 933-7220

    Spanish speaking



    Miss. Madrid

    School Counselor

    Grades Primarly K-4 

    (209) 933-7220 ext 5212


    School counselors are available Monday to Friday between 8:30am and 3:30pm.

    Mental Health Clinician

    Catherine Navarrete Smith, LCSW #

    District Cell # (209) 871-6135

    Email: cnavarretesmith@stocktonusd.net


    School Psychologist


    Monica Smith, Ph.D.

    Office (209) 933-7220