Counselor A-K
895-4110 x 251
   Pam Bodnar 
Counselor L-Z
895-4110 x 252
Counseling Team Goal
Team members include counselors, principal, assistant principal, counseling secretary, registrar, health aide, counseling interns, campus supervisors, teacher mentors, school nurse, psychologist, and community resource personnel. The primary focus of our counseling program is the successful transition of sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students from elementary school into a comprehensive secondary school setting.
"All Marsh Junior High School students have the right to receive a quality education in a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment that celebrates cultural diversity."

Services Available

Student Scheduling Crisis Team
Student Record Maintenance Conflict Resolution
Conferencing Standardized Testing Programs
Parent Education Personal/Crisis Counseling
Referral to Community Resources Parent/Student Orientation
Classroom Presentations G.A.T.E. Gifted and Talented Education
Student Support Groups Student Outreach Services (SOS) Team
Promotion Ceremony Special Education
Career Awareness Student Clubs
Transition to Senior High School Student Health and Safety
Student Recognition Awards Liaison with Outside Agencies
Home Visits Attendance Monitoring
Peer Mediation Program Migrant Education
Suicide Prevention English Language Development (ELD)
Response to Intervention (RTI) 504 Management
Gator Academic Intervention Network (GAIN) California Junior Scholarship Federation (CJSF)


Anti-Bullying/Harassment Links


2.  Stop Bullying Now:

3. California Dept. of Education Resources:

4.  Local Anti-Bullying Blog:
5.  Anti-Bullying Resource:
Marsh Junior High Bully Hotline:  895-4110, extension 400   or

Helpful Links

Kids Health Website
Informacion en Espanol
SPARC Website
Student Outreach Services (S.O.S.)
Academic Planning Guide
California Public University Entrance Requirements
Research Career Paths - Website for Students and Parents
California Colleges
Catalyst Domestic Violence Services

commonsensemedia:  A resource for parents in multiple areas related to their child's environment and activity. Parents can acquire ratings and descriptions on movies, games, apps, websites, TV, books, and music. The Common Sense Media website is well organized and easy to use as information may also be accessed by child age-group. Parental advice for managing media and promoting safety is easy to access and very helpful.  

netsmartz:  This resource for parents and their children of all ages teaches lessons addressing real-life "texting" and "online" issues. These real life stories can be viewed animated for ages 8-12, or short, real-life videos for ages 11-17. This is a perfect resource for students, as the issues they are faced with have been dealt with before by other young people who have navigated their way to solutions from which our children can learn.  

netfamilynews: This website by Anne Collier accesses news and media in the realm of internet-related issues. Cyberbullying and other digital safety concerns are identified and addressed. There are multiple news articles and imbedded resources within this website that can be beneficial for educating parents.