• Cherokee Counseling Department 

    Dr. Shannon Bretz, Assistant Principal / Supervisor  

    Eileen Colangelo, Secretary, Ext. 232500

    Kelsey Rella, Secretary, Ext. 228900

    Karen Prickett, Registrar, Ext. 221100

    Terri Skill, Attendance Clerk, Ext. 222000


    Kristen Caputo  Student Assistance Coordinator  Ext. 231300    



    Phone Ext:

    9th Grade

    10th Grade

    11th Grade

    12th Grade

    McMullen, Matt


    A - Bru

    A - Bus


    A - Brom

    Fourney, Melanie


    Bv - Cor

    But - Cross

    Bron - Cz

    Bron - Cosp

    Montgomery, Andrew


    Cos - Fin

    Crost - Fluk

    D - Fla

    Cosq - Fee

    Milligan, Staycee


    Fio - Ham

    Flul - Hard

    Flb- Hane

    Fef- Hang

    Harvey, Erin


    Han - Kil

    Hare - Kq

    Hanf - Led


    Connolly, Suzanne


    Kim - Martt

    Ku - Mid

    Lee - Mend

    Klb - McAnd

    DiMedio, Maura


    Martu - O'

    Mic - Pes

    Mee- Pet

    McAne - Pae

    Orihel, Steve


    Oa - Ros

    Pet - Salg

    Peu - Rov

    Paf - Rot

    Zekaria, Carmen


    Rot - Sub

    Salh - Tha

    Row - Tab

    Rou - Tal

    Mancinelli, Alexis


    Suc - Z

    Thb - Z

    Tac - Z

    Tam - Z




    Cherokee CEEB Code - 310761

    School counselors are certified, specially trained, caring people. They are available to work with students concerning academics, career plans, testing information, college selection, and personal issues.  Counselors also act as resource personnel for parents, students, teachers, the Child Study Team, Intervention & Referral Services, Pupil Assistance Committee and the Administration.  Parents who have a concern about their son or daughter should contact their child's individual counselor.

    Students can make appointments to see their counselor by stopping in at the Counseling Center before morning classes begin or between classes. Students will be issued a pass by one of the secretaries. Their teachers will also be made aware of their appointments.

    In addition to working individually with students, the Counseling Center facilitates a variety of support groups to assist students in dealing with issues relevant to their adolescent years. The department also sponsors a number of special events throughout the school year.