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MR. ED OTT - 8th Grade Counselor

Mr. Ed oversees all 8th Grade Students and Activities and is the Advisor to BAM (Being a Mentor) and the PreAVID Mentoring Program.

Jehue's Newest Mentoring Program


MS. LOGAN - 7th Grade Counselor

Ms. Logan oversees all 7th Grade Students and Activities

MRS. TONKINSON - 6th Grade Counselor

Mrs. Tonkinson (Mrs. T) oversees all 6th Grade Students and Activities


It's never too early to start applying for scholarships, or at least learn how the process goes. The following two websites are loaded with free money for college. All you have to do is apply. 



Scholarship Experts

Jehue Counseling Services

The Jehue Counselors are here to help your child navigate his or her way through the journey of middle school. The services offered and discussed include, but are not limited to:

  • Scheduling of classes
  • Academic Counseling
  • Individual counseling
  • Small Group counseling
  • Career Counseling
  • Conflict Mediation
  • Peer Pressure issues
  • Bullying
  • High School Preparation
  • and more....

Students wishing to meet with their counselor need to fill out a Counselor Appointment Card and turn it into the office. The assigned counselor will contact and meet with your student at his or her earliest convenience.

Parents/Guardians who would like to meet with the counselor are encouraged to call the school and speak to their student's counselor about setting up an appointment.

Note: If you are calling to check on a grade in a class or to discuss an issue with a teacher, please make contact with that teacher first to discuss your child's progress or to try and resolve the issue.  If you still need assistance, the counselors are here to help.  


Bam (Being a Mentor) Students Join the Garcia Grizzlies for Some team building activities.

Career counseling at your fingertips

careersTrying to figure out what you want to do with your life? What career to explore? What colleges to apply to? Check out these websites to help you with this journey, then ask your Counselor for help in navigating the way!!!

Rialto high school application forms for ASB and AVID

Apply nowEighth Grade Jaguars....Interested in joining one of RHS' most popular programs next year? Applications for ASB (Associated Student Body) and AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) are available here. Download the application below and fill it out. Note, you will need Teacher Recommendations so give them a heads up so they can prepare to write you a great one!!

ASB Application

AVID Application

Learn more about common core state standards and the math and science changes, particularly at the high school level

You've probably heard about Common Core standards by now, but what do you know about them? Check out this website sponsored by the California Department of Education for a complete review of what your student will be learning this school year.

Email your Counselor
Contact Mr. Ed  Mr. Ed (909) 421-7377 Counselor
Contact Sarah Logan  Sarah Logan Counselor
Contact Melanie Tonkinson  Melanie Tonkinson Staff

just around the corner - high school tips

With High School just a short time away, it's best to start preparing now! Please read below and click on the following links to learn more about how to be ready for college, the tests you have to take while in high school that will impact your future, and our own Rialto High School, the future home to our Jaguars!

Rialto high school

KnightfunWant to check out where you're going to spend the BEST four years of your life???? Yep, it's Rialto High School! Learn more about all the opportunities that will be available to you. And get ready...some of these high school programs will be coming to Jehue during your lunch throughout the year so that you can meet students who are currently involved and are anxious to pass on the advantages to you.


college bound
Most Colleges and Universities require that certain subjects be taken during your four years of high school. In order to apply to these universities, you must have taken these classes and passed. The University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) institutions detail the courses that are necessary to gain entrance to their schools. You can learn more about the A-G Requirements here:

Financial aid for college - learn more now! 

Check out this great website to learn more about Financial Aid options for your student. It's never too early to start planning!!