Office Hours: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm Office Phone: 248-785-2023 Office Fax: 248-855-2060
Jill Bernard - Secretary
Marilyn Rollinger - Secretary/Registrar
Constance Washington - Testing & Career Coordinator
Allison Case - (A-Di)
Rania Kattoula - (Dj-Kh)
India Schumake - (Ki-Ro)
Lynn Maher - (Rp-Z)
Bachrouche, Polly Counselor email@example.com 248-426-2918 Campbell, Anne Psychologist firstname.lastname@example.org 248-426-2605 Henry, Jillian Restorative Justice email@example.com 248-426-1035 Gasparotto, Lauren Social Worker firstname.lastname@example.org 248-426-4785 Mulroy, Phyllis Teacher Consultant email@example.com 248-426-4629
FPS Student/Parent Connect: All students and parents should sign up for this program to keep updated on educational progress in each course. Information available includes attendance, schedule, food service data, emergency and immunization information, discipline and student grades. Only one login ID and password is needed for all the children in a household. The MISTAR Parent Portal and MISTAR Student Connection links are in Quick Links list at the top of our website.
*To obtain login information and password, contact the Counseling Center at (248) 785-2023.
FPS Listserv: To stay current on all schools and their events, it is strongly recommended that parents/guardians sign up for Listserv. You can subscribe to Listserv for North Farmington High School and any other schools. The NFHS Counseling Department posts listservs approximately once a week. We STRONGLY recommend that you subscribe to the NFHS and FPS Listservs.
Timelines by Grade
11th Grade 12th Grade
- Help your student start thinking about a career: Review their electronic EDP through Xello.
- Frequently discuss your student's school work and reflection statements to stimulate thinking. Self-reflection is the key to visualizing a tentative career goal.
- Encourage volunteer experiences, mentoring, job-shadowing, internships and/or school-to-work opportunities
Ways parents can work with the school:
- Join the NFHS PTSA (Parent Teacher Student Association)
- Attend Parent-Teacher conferences and other school events.
- Contact teachers by email with specific questions and concerns.
- Motivate your student to do homework by emphasizing effort; discuss what is studied.
- Encourage reading.
- Talk with your student about alcohol and other drugs as well as the school code of conduct.
- Teach goal setting and help your student take responsibility for their learning and behavior.