HS Guidance Department

Last Updated: 5/19/2022 3:06 PM


Ashleigh TippmannAshleigh
Director of Guidance

260-894-3191 x3012





Michael EnglerMike
School Counselor
260-894-3191 x3011






Janelle ZukowskiJanelle
School Counselor
260-894-3191 x3005






Jennifer FleckerJenni
Guidance Secretary/Registrar

260-894-3191 x3010





May 2022 Charger Nation:

Counseling Corner

Counselor Updates

May is here! Students are in the works of completing the final weeks of the 21-22 school year. During the month of May, we celebrated with seniors during the Senior Awards Banquet on May 9th. Over 20 seniors received scholarships and recognition. Here in the guidance department, we couldn’t be more proud and excited for our class of 2022 graduates to complete their last day of school on the 25th. We are getting all seniors ready for commencement on June 5th. All our counselors have been meeting individually with students to make sure they are staying on track academically and ensuring their schedules are ready for the next school year. We are offering summer school opportunities to students who would like to take courses over the summer here at WNHS or online. 

Mrs. Zukowski is continuing to see students regularly for individual and crisis counseling appointments as needed. She is also completing her small group counseling for students experiencing stress and anxiety in the middle of the month. Over the summer, she is excited to attend the American School Counselor Association annual conference to learn new ways to enhance the social-emotional program at the high school. 

Mr. Engler is checking student requests in Skyward for errors. Mr. Engler is also monitoring senior grades heading into the last days before graduation.  Summer school sign up is in full swing and soon it will be time to update student credit counts. Once the Master Schedule is set, then Mr. Engler will review each students’ schedule.  One of Mr. Engler’s final tasks of the year is completing the 30A.  This document accounts for funding and tracking of students in Career and Technical Education Courses.

Mrs. Tippmann is working hard to build the course schedule for next school year along with preparing for graduation. She just finished high ability parent meetings and registered PFW students for dual credit classes for the upcoming year.


Free Tutoring for WN Students

IDOE has announced a partnership with Schoolhouse.world to support students in grades eight through twelve with free tutoring for SAT preparation, math courses, and Advanced Placement (AP) courses. To learn more about these learning resources and to sign up for a tutoring session, visit www.schoolhouse.world or www.khanacademy.org. The nonprofit connects students with live, small-group tutoring through Zoom at no cost. Tutoring currently focuses on SAT reading, writing, and math, with a math focus on pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus and statistics. Support is also available for AP courses including AP Calculus, AP Statistics, AP Chemistry, AP Biology, AP Physics and AP Computer Science.

Important Dates/Reminders

  • May 2-6- Teacher Appreciation Week 

  • May 7 - Prom - Grand March 4:00 pm WNHS & Prom 7:00 pm  - 11:00 pm Ceruti's

  • May 9-Senior Awards Banquet (7-9 pm)

  • May 16 - Choir Concert (7:00 pm)

  • May 20 - WNHS Band & Orchestra Concert (6:30 pm)

  • May 25- Last Day of School 

  • May 31 - Spring Sport Awards Program (7:00 pm)

  • June 5 -  WNHS Graduation (2:00 pm)

  • August 5 - Last day to request schedule changes for the upcoming school year


ACT Testing

Thinking of taking the ACT? Check this website for information on the testing school’s times and locations.


The last date for this school year is June 11.


May Awareness Dates

  • Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

  • Better Hearing and Speech Month

  • Clean Air Month

  • Mental Health Month

  • Military Appreciation Month

  • National Bike Month

  • National Foster Care Month

  • National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

  • Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month

Have a fantastic summer!

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Looking for scholarships?

Check the link under "Helpful Information" on the right side of the page or visit the link below.

Community Foundation of Noble County https://cfnoble.org/

Links for College Bound students:

Registering for the ACT test:  http://www.act.org/ 

Registering for the SAT test: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register

CollegeBoard: https://www.collegeboard.org/

SAT and PSAT Practice: https://www.khanacademy.org/

College Cost Estimator: https://collegecost.ed.gov/net-price

Understanding your PSAT Score: https://youtu.be/ie6WBDzjtGA

Planning for life after college and much more: www.annuity.org/financial-literacy/students/

Links for Financial Aid:

FSA ID (see FSA ID under "Helpful Information")  https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa/filling-out/fsaid

FAFSA website: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa

Mental Health:

Coping with the stress of COVID-19:



Overcoming Mistakes: 


Positive Parenting:


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