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    justinpark

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    Ms. Sandaval: Counselor of the Year

    Post  justinpark on Wed Nov 11, 2009 12:11 am

    The Spirit of Counseling Resides in Sandaval cheers
    By: Justin Park

    The spirit of aspiring to achieve the best of the best is strong in Arcadia with many of our students being granted entryway into world-renowned universities and, let us not forget, our excellent counselors who assist the students to push their ability to their fullest potential. This year, Arcadia High School's very own senior counselor, Sharon Sandaval, received the prominent Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year award.

    Sandaval absolutely commits to her job and sympathizes with the students she counsels. "Helping students realize their goals is very satisfying but it is equally gratifying to help disheartened students recognize their true potential!" said Sandaval. Students occasionally need a remedy to their depressing stages in academic life because it's never going to be perfect and easygoing on students. Especially the seniors experience the most hammering stress waves because of all the worrying needed. Seniors have to think: applications, universities, extracurricular activities, SAT's, ACT's, grades, leadership positions, and independence. "Students present to the counseling office with significantly varying degrees of pain. One student may be experiencing anxiety because he cannot decide between two college prep electives, another is afraid that she may not have enough credit to graduate and still another is grieving over the loss of a loved one." said Sandaval. Many submit to the overwhelming workload, however, the counselors always break the fall. Experienced and notable counselors like Sandaval push the students back on their feet and give them a pep talk to motivate the students to never, ever give up.

    The Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year award is a distinguished honor certificate that commemorates the grantee for their exceptional performance and enthusiastically agreeing with a student support program and supporting and believing in the students. This attitude in counseling embodies the spirit of Donald G. Hays. Hays was a counselor for about 40 years and designed the foundations of the ASCA (American School Counselor Association) National Standards. Hays is the current optimum figure and role model in the counseling occupation.

    Sandaval, without a doubt, earned the Donal G. Hays Counselor of the Year award through amazing patronage and assistance over a broad variety of areas. "I believe in education and I believe in alleviating the pain of others." Sandaval stated. Sharon Sandaval truly deserves this valuable award along with a large applause from all the students at AHS.


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    justinpark

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    Ms. Sandoval: Counselor of the Year

    Post  justinpark on Wed Nov 11, 2009 4:22 pm

    The Spirit of Counseling Resides in Sandoval cheers
    By: Justin Park

    The spirit of aspiring to achieve the best of the best is strong in Arcadia with many of our students being granted entryway into world-renowned universities and, let us not forget, our excellent counselors who assist the students to push their ability to their fullest potential. This year, Arcadia High School's very own senior counselor, Sharon Sandoval, received the prominent Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year award.

    Sandoval absolutely commits to her job and sympathizes with the students she counsels. "Helping students realize their goals is very satisfying but it is equally gratifying to help disheartened students recognize their true potential!" said Sandoval. Students occasionally need a remedy to their depressing stages in academic life because it's never going to be perfect and easygoing. Especially the seniors, however, experience the most hammering stress waves because of all the worrying needed. Seniors have to think: applications, universities, extracurricular activities, SAT's, ACT's, grades, leadership positions, and independence. "Students present to the counseling office with significantly varying degrees of pain. One student may be experiencing anxiety because he cannot decide between two college prep electives, another is afraid that she may not have enough credit to graduate and still another is grieving over the loss of a loved one." said Sandoval. Many students metaphorically collapse to the overwhelming workload, yet the counselors always break the fall. Experienced and notable counselors like Sandoval push the students back on their feet and give them a pep talk to motivate the students to never, ever give up.

    The Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year award is a distinguished honor certificate that commemorates the grantee for their exceptional performance and enthusiastically agreeing with a student support program along with supporting and believing in the students. This attitude in counseling embodies the spirit of Donald G. Hays. Hays was a counselor for about 40 years and designed the foundations of the ASCA (American School Counselor Association) National Standards. Hays is the current optimum figure and role model in the counseling occupation.

    Sandoval, without a doubt, earned the Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year award through amazing patronage and assistance over a broad variety of areas. "I believe in education and I believe in alleviating the pain of others." Sandoval stated. Sharon Sandoval truly deserves this valuable award along with a large applause from all the students at AHS.


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    nancyxiao

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    Re: Ms. Sandaval: Counselor of the Year

    Post  nancyxiao on Thu Nov 12, 2009 6:55 pm

    The Spirit of Counseling Resides in Sandoval
    By: Justin Park

    The spirit of aspiring to achieve the best of the best is strong in Arcadia with many of our students being granted entryway into world-renowned universities and, let us not forget, our excellent counselors who assist the students to push their ability to their fullest potential [by pushing their abilities to their fullest potentials]. This year, Arcadia High School's [AHS'] very own senior counselor, Sharon Sandoval, received the prominent Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year award. [Award.]

    Sandoval absolutely [unconditionally---"absolutely" makes you seem biased] commits to her job and sympathizes with the students she counsels. "Helping students realize their goals is very satisfying but it is equally gratifying to help disheartened students recognize their true potential!" said Sandoval. Students occasionally need a remedy to their depressing stages in academic life because it's never going to be perfect and easygoing. Especially the seniors, however, [Seniors---you don't need "especially" because you later specify that they experience the "most..."----"However" is unnecessary since there's no contrasting going on] experience the most hammering stress waves because of all the worrying needed. [awkward, sounds incomplete] Seniors have to think [have a lot on their minds]: applications, universities, extracurricular activities, SAT's, ACT's, [SATs, ACTs,] grades, leadership positions, and independence. "Students present to the counseling office with significantly varying degrees of pain. [i don't get what you're trying to say.] One student may be experiencing anxiety because he cannot decide between two college prep electives, another is afraid that she may not have enough credit to graduate and still another is grieving over the loss of a loved one." said Sandoval. Many students metaphorically collapse to the overwhelming workload, yet the counselors always break the fall. Experienced and notable counselors like Sandoval push the students back on their feet and give them a pep talk to motivate the students to never, ever give up.

    The Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year award [Award] is a distinguished honor certificate that commemorates the grantee for their exceptional performance and enthusiastically agreeing [enthusiastic compliance] with a student support program along with supporting and believing in the students. This attitude in counseling embodies the spirit of Donald G. Hays. Hays was a counselor for about 40 years and [who] designed the foundations of the ASCA (American School Counselor Association) [American School Counselor Association (ASCA)] National Standards. Hays is the current [currently the] optimum figure and role model in the counseling occupation [field].

    Sandoval, without a doubt, earned the Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year award [Award] through [because of her] amazing patronage and assistance over a broad variety of areas. "I believe in education and I believe in alleviating the pain of others." Sandoval stated. Sharon Sandoval truly deserves this valuable award along with [as well as] a large applause from all the students at AHS. [This last sentence is confusing. It makes me feel like there' s going to be a ceremony where students will physically be present and applauding. If that' s the case, this is fine.]


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    justinpark

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    Re: Ms. Sandaval: Counselor of the Year

    Post  justinpark on Fri Nov 13, 2009 12:28 pm

    The Spirit of Counseling Resides in Sandoval cheers
    By: Justin Park

    The spirit of aspiring to achieve the best of the best is strong in Arcadia with many of our students being granted entryway into world-renowned universities and, let us not forget, our excellent counselors who assist the students by pushing their abilities to their fullest potentials. This year, AHS' very own senior counselor, Sharon Sandoval, received the prominent Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year Award.

    Sandoval unconditionally commits to her job and sympathizes with the students she counsels. "Helping students realize their goals is very satisfying but it is equally gratifying to help disheartened students recognize their true potential!" said Sandoval. Students occasionally need a remedy to their depressing stages in academic life because it's never going to be perfect and easygoing. Seniors experience the most hammering stress waves because of the amount and weight of things that need to be finished. Seniors have a lot on their minds applications, universities, extracurricular activities, SATs, ACTs, grades, leadership positions, and independence. "Students [come] to the counseling office with significantly varying degrees of pain. One student may be experiencing anxiety because he cannot decide between two college prep electives, another is afraid that she may not have enough credit to graduate and still another is grieving over the loss of a loved one." said Sandoval. Many students metaphorically collapse to the overwhelming workload, yet the counselors always break the fall. Experienced and notable counselors like Sandoval push the students back on their feet and give them a pep talk to motivate the students to never, ever give up.

    The Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year Award is a distinguished honor certificate that commemorates the grantee for their exceptional performance and enthusiastic compliance with a student Donald G. Hays. Hays was a counselor for about 40 years who designed the foundations of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Standards. Hays is currently the optimum figure and role model in the counseling support program along with supporting and believing in the students. This attitude in counseling embodies the spirit of field.

    Sandoval, without a doubt, earned the Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year Award because of her amazing patronage and assistance over a broad variety of areas. "I believe in education and I believe in alleviating the pain of others." Sandoval stated. Sharon Sandoval truly deserves this valuable award as well as recognition from all the students at AHS.


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    justinpark

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    Join date : 2009-09-02
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    Re: Ms. Sandaval: Counselor of the Year

    Post  justinpark on Sat Nov 14, 2009 10:46 pm

    Ms. Sandoval
    By: Justin Park

    The spirit of aspiring to achieve the best of the best is strong in Arcadia with many of our students being granted entryway into world-renowned universities and, let us not forget, our excellent counselors who assist the students by pushing their abilities to their fullest potentials. This year, AHS' very own senior counselor, Sharon Sandoval, received the prominent Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year Award.

    Sandoval unconditionally commits to her job and sympathizes with the students she counsels. "Helping students realize their goals is very satisfying but it is equally gratifying to help disheartened students recognize their true potential!" said Sandoval. Students occasionally need a remedy to their depressing stages in academic life because it's never going to be perfect and easygoing. Seniors experience the most hammering stress waves because of the amount and weight of things that need to be finished. Seniors have a lot on their minds applications, universities, extracurricular activities, SATs, ACTs, grades, leadership positions, and independence. "Students [come] to the counseling office with significantly varying degrees of pain. One student may be experiencing anxiety because he cannot decide between two college prep electives, another is afraid that she may not have enough credit to graduate and still another is grieving over the loss of a loved one." said Sandoval. Many students metaphorically collapse to the overwhelming workload, yet the counselors always break the fall. Experienced and notable counselors like Sandoval push the students back on their feet and give them a pep talk to motivate the students to never, ever give up.

    The Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year Award is a distinguished honor certificate that commemorates the grantee for their exceptional performance and enthusiastic compliance with a student Donald G. Hays. Hays was a counselor for about 40 years who designed the foundations of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Standards. Hays is currently the optimum figure and role model in the counseling support program along with supporting and believing in the students. This attitude in counseling embodies the spirit of field.

    Sandoval, without a doubt, earned the Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year Award because of her amazing patronage and assistance over a broad variety of areas. "I believe in education and I believe in alleviating the pain of others." Sandoval stated. Sharon Sandoval truly deserves this valuable award as well as recognition from all the students at AHS.


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    The Spirit of Counseling Resides in Sandoval
    Arcadia's Great Counselor/Supporter

    justinpark

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    Re: Ms. Sandaval: Counselor of the Year

    Post  justinpark on Mon Nov 16, 2009 12:13 pm

    Ms. Sandoval
    By: Justin Park

    The spirit of aspiring to achieve the best of the best is strong in Arcadia with many of our students being granted entryway into world-renowned universities and, let us not forget, our excellent counselors who assist the students by pushing their abilities to their fullest potentials. This year, AHS' very own senior counselor, Sharon Sandoval, received the prominent Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year Award.

    Ms. Sandoval unconditionally commits to her job and sympathizes with the students she counsels. "Helping students realize their goals is very satisfying but it is equally gratifying to help disheartened students recognize their true potential!" said Ms. Sandoval. Students occasionally need a remedy to their depressing stages in academic life because it's never going to be perfect and easygoing. Seniors experience the most hammering stress waves because of the amount and weight of things that need to be finished. Seniors have a lot on their minds applications, universities, extracurricular activities, SATs, ACTs, grades, leadership positions, and independence. "Students [come] to the counseling office with significantly varying degrees of pain. One student may be experiencing anxiety because he cannot decide between two college prep electives, another is afraid that she may not have enough credit to graduate and still another is grieving over the loss of a loved one," said Sandoval. Many students metaphorically collapse from the overwhelming workload, yet the counselors always break the fall. Experienced and notable counselors like Sandoval push the students back on their feet and give them a pep talk to motivate the students to never, ever give up.

    The Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year Award is a distinguished honor certificate that commemorates the grantee for their exceptional performance and enthusiastic compliance with a student Donald G. Hays. Hays was a counselor for about 40 years who designed the foundations of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Standards. Hays is currently the optimum figure and role model in the counseling support program along with supporting and believing in the students. This attitude in counseling embodies the spirit of field.

    Sandoval, without a doubt, earned the Donald G. Hays Counselor of the Year Award because of her amazing patronage and assistance over a broad variety of areas. "I believe in education and I believe in alleviating the pain of others," Sandoval stated. Sharon Sandoval truly deserves this valuable award as well as recognition from all the students at AHS.


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