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Meet the Counselors! 



"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."
Sheila Snyder

Gabby Buckham

Sheila Snyder

Counselor A - G

(530) 895 - 4110 x 42114  //

Gabby Buckham

Counselor H - O

(530) 895 - 4110 x 42115 //

Jorge Salazar

A picture of Lee Lo

Jorge Salazar

 Counselor  P - Z

(530)895 - 4110 x 42116 //

Lee Lo 

Wellness Counselor

(530) 895 - 4110 x 42716 //
Edgar Sandoval  

Edgar Sandoval

 Targeted Case Manager

(530)895 - 4110 x 42101 //

Useful Links and Information

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This New York Life’s Grief-Sensitive Schools Initiative decal recognizes that our school, Marsh Junior High School has committed to better support grieving students and build a more robust culture of grief support and resiliency.
For more information about the Grief-Sensitive Schools Initiative, please visit:
For resources to support grieving students and their families, please visit:

Services Available

Student Scheduling
Crisis Team
Student Record Maintenance
Conflict Resolution
Standardized Testing Programs
Parent Education
Personal/Crisis Counseling
Referral to Community Resources Parent/Student Orientation
Classroom Presentations
Honors Education
Transition to Senior High School
Student Health and Safety
Student Recognition Awards Liaison with Outside Agencies
PBIS - Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports
504 Management
Chico Police School Resource Officer (SRO) California Junior Scholarship Federation (CJSF)


California State University, Chico

Educational Talent Search

ETS (Educational Talent Search) is a program through Chico State that is committed to preparing and motivating low-income, first generation junior high students for success in postsecondary education. Click here for more info.

Helpful Resource Links

Click on any of the titles to visit their webpages*.
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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free, and confidential support for people in distress or having a crisis, in addition to providing non-emergency resources for you or your loved ones.
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You Matter
You Matter blog posts are written by a rotating Blogger Council of individuals between the ages of 13-24 who are passionate about suicide prevention and mental health.
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Butte County Behavioral Health
Behavioral Health provides services for individuals in crisis, for youth, for adults and for alcohol and drug treatment. Services are provided in Chico, Paradise, Oroville, Gridley and rural communities.    California Department of Education    Making Caring Common Project. Harvard Graduate School of Education.  
 Government page for
 anti-bullying resources.
 Frequently Asked Questions
   Harvard page to cultivate caring.  
   Teaching Tolerance    AAA State of Play    Child mind institute  
   Teaching Tolerance    Bullying Prevention    Understanding Anxiety  
   Understanding differences    Recognizing bullying    Mental wellness  
   Catalyst Domestic Violence Services   988 suicide and crisis lifeline      S.A.F.E. Alternatives. Self Abuse Finally Ends.  
   Teen Dating    National Suicide Prevention     SAFE Alternatives  
   Domestic violence  
 Talkline for those who are
 considering taking their own lives.
   Self-harm prevention  
   Chico State STOP. Stop trafficking of persons.    High Tech Dad. An icon of a man with a phone in one arm and a baby in the other.    Common Sense  
   Chico State STOP    High Tech Dad    Common Sense Media  
   Human trafficking awareness    Web and social media safety    Managing online safety  
   Net Smartz    Net Family News - Kid tech intel for everybody.    Stonewall alliance center.  
   Net Smartz    Net Family News    Stonewall Alliance  
   Texting and online issues    Internet-related issues    LGBTQ+  
       Keep Children Safe Online      
*Disclaimer for External Links: These links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by Chico Unified School District of any of the products, services or opinions of the corporation or organization or individual. Chico Unified School District bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content.

Food & Farm Summer Fellowship opportunity (Posted May 21st, 2024) 

A note from  Hidden Springs Family Ranch in Butte Valley, near Butte College. Recently, we received funding from the California Department of Agriculture to offer a paid summer fellowship for students entering 9th-12th grades. Our project has been endorsed by Assembly Member James Gallagher, County Supervisor Doug Teeter, and The Center for Regenerative Agriculture at Chico State University (see attachments).
During the Food and Farm Summer Fellowship, students will explore climate and food justice while learning about regenerative agriculture through our guest speaker series and hands-on farming experiences. Fellows will build community and develop their leadership skills as they wonder about their relationship to land and neighbor while growing food to donate to the Chico Housing Action Team. 
We are just now bringing this to your attention due to a delay in funding from the state; however, we are happy to share that the Food and Farm Summer Fellowship application is now open and will remain active through the end of May. Students receive a $1300 stipend for participation in the seventy-hour fellowship and priority is given to students who are experiencing or have experienced food insecurity or financial hardships. 
More details are included in the links below:

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