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Pupil Services

2017 - 2018

Pupil Services Responsibilities

PositionName Email 
 Counselors for students A-D Mrs. Taylor
  Counselors for students E-K Mrs. Simashkevich
  Counselors for students L-Q Mrs. Eibon
 Counselors for students R-Z Mrs. Biederman
 School Psychologist Dr. Beverly Reynolds
 School Social Worker Theresa Black
 Speech Pathologist Allison Kulasa
 School Nurse Valerie Thompson 
 Transition Specialist Sarah Painter
 Job Coach Kelli Carter-Welsheimer
 Job Coach Melissa Stover
 School Social Worker Nikki Dunbar

Important Links and Downloads


Fall Test Day (PSAT) is October 19, 2016 - If you are a sophomore or junior this year, it is recommended that you take this text.  Juniors are competing in the National Merit Competition and sophomores gain valuable college entrance exam experience.

More Information? Click here


Welcome to Naviance Family Connection! Naviance Family Connection has a great deal of resources for you to look up career, college and scholarship information. It's very user friendly and we encourage you to explore and use it! To log on, just use your username and password that you use to log onto any school computer. If you have any questions about Naviance Family Connection see your school counselor.

Visit the Naviance website





Under a cooperative program with Columbus Public Schools and Delaware Area Career Centers, Westerville students may take Career-Technical courses taught at career centers located nearby in Columbus and Delaware. In these courses, students learn skills so they can enter a job immediately after high school or continue in college. Students learn by practical, active experiences, similar to those found on the job, as well as by studying classroom theory.

Check out these links for more information:

Columbus Downtown High School -

Delaware Area Career Center -

Fort Hayes Career Center -

College Representatives: Click here: to schedule a visit to Westerville North High School. If you have any problems please contact Linnea Wilcox at 614.797.6216.

For up-to-date information, be sure to join the Pupil Service Classrooms. Students must use their school email for access through their google drive.

Access codes for the Google classrooms:

  • College credit plus: 7e3shws
  • Career and Job Opportunities: 336pr0
  • College Resources (Applications, Scholarships, Information and Deadlines): avu6p0
  • Student Athletes- NCAA: o2y2c1


The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. Revised every two years, the Handbook describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.

Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook site. 

Already submitted your Intent form? Your next step is to apply to the college of your choice. Be sure to have a complete application by their listed deadline (each school varies).

A complete application does include a requested transcript. You may find a checklist of tasks in your Pupil Services Schoology classroom and also the district website.

View a list of Ohio’s 2 year and 4 year colleges. 

See your counselor if unsure about your next steps.