Welcome to the ARHS Guidance Counseling Website
This site includes information specifically regarding the Guidance Office, including; Running Start Info, Counseling Resources, Certain forms, etc. We encourage you to browse.
COUNSELING STAFF SCHEDULE
September 5 Schedule change request forms available after school
September 9 Last day to pick up schedule change request form
September 10 Last day to turn in schedule change request forms
Please know that there are only certain criteria for changes to be granted. The criteria are:
Missing Graduation requirements
Previously passed (enrolled in Geometry 1, but already passed, etc.)
Wrong level of course (enrolled in Woods 4, but never taken Woodshop)
Missing prerequisites (enrolled in Spanish 3/4, but failed Spanish 2)
Emergency (immediate action required, safety issue)
Any requests not meeting one of these criteria will be held and only addressed if time allows.
Dr. Hartt joined the ARHS counseling staff in 2005 after spending many years overseas in Haiti and Ecuador, mostly involved in education and community development opportunities. His most recent experiences before coming to ARHS include administration at Seattle Hebrew Academy on Capitol Hill and the Bear Creek School in Redmond, WA. His experience includes teaching, administration and counseling in primary and secondary schools. His passion outside of school is bicycling, mountain climbing, and fishing. He is married to Carol and his family includes two sons; Jonathan married to Ruth with grandson Henry, Simon married to Amy with grandson Josiah. One of his dreams is to visit Australia with Carol and to bicycle across the United States. He enjoys his current assignment as a counselor at ARHS and looks forward to meeting parents of his students.
Mrs. Holloman joined the ARHS Ravens in 2007 working half time with the incredible Mrs. Dooley. She is excited to be part of the Raven Counseling team and enjoys serving the Auburn community.
Mrs. Holloman was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and moved to Tucson Arizona at age 16 with her parents and older sister. After completing high school Mrs. Holloman attended Pima Community College and the University of Arizona. She graduated from the U of A (go Wildcats) in 1998 with her Bachelors degree and teaching credentials in Physical Education and Spanish. Mrs. Holloman began teaching Spanish (her first language) in Arizona and moved to Washington State where she continued teaching Spanish. Receiving her Masters degree from City University in Guidance and Counseling, she began one of the most rewarding careers imaginable.
In her free time Mrs. Holloman enjoys spending time with her husband and two young sons, her friends, as well as reading and exercising.
Dr. Polley was born in Lewiston, Maine. He went to school at Leavitt Area High School in Turner, Maine, and then attended The King's College in New York for his Bachelor's degree. He moved onto the University of Puget Sound for his Master's in Education and finished with a Doctorate degree from the University of Sarasota.Dr. Polley has worked at several schools and performed a variety of jobs before coming to Auburn Riverside. He worked at: The King's College as an admissions counselor, Seattle Pacific University and Tacoma Community College as a Lab Technician and was a counselor at Mt. Tahoma and Foss High Schools. He is now the old veteran counselor at ARHS as he has been here since 1996.
He is married to his lovely wife Kimberlee Polley who just happens to be one of the ARHS French teachers. She is the cute one in the picture above. This photo was taken in a little village in France where they travel often. He enjoys travel (of course), renovating his old house in Tacoma, reading, spending time with friends, and taking long walks. One of his dreams would be to live in France for six months of the year.
Karen Brown is new to ARHS this fall after working at Auburn Mountainview since it first opened. Not only has it been nice working closer to home, she also enjoys ARHS. Mrs. Brown grew up in Mt. Vernon Washington, home of the Tulip Festival. Attending Pacific Lutheran University, she earned a Nursing degree before receiving her Masters in Guidance and Counseling. First starting in Enumclaw at the middle school level, she spent 13 years in this position before coming to Auburn. Mrs. Brown enjoys working with students, encouraging them in their future goals, while also supporting them to reach their potential in high school. She is passionate about recognizing and appreciating each individual and their nationality, culture or heritage, and has assisted with the Multicultural Fairs at Auburn Mountainview for the past 8 years.
Living in the Lake Tapps area, Mrs. Brown has one son who is in high school. Gardening, visiting family and friends, and walking ‘the hill’ are some of her hobbies, in addition to involvement in her church.