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School Counselors       

Ms. Kendall Loggins                   (Last Names A-K)

Ms. Robin Wilkins                       (Last Names L-Z)

Meet Our School Based Therapist: Claudia Gonzalez
Short term school based therapy. Referrals are made through your student's school counselor. 
Need academic support and accountability??Get a Weekly Progress Report!

• Students pick up a Progress Report in the Counseling Office before school on Mondays ONLY.

• Students then give the Progress Report to each of their teachers at the beginning of each period.

• Teachers comment on the student’s progress for the previous week concerning class work, homework and behavior.

• Progress Reports are not available for the week of Quarter Grades and Semester Grades.

• When school holidays fall on a Monday, students may pick up Progress Reports on Tuesdays.

• Parents/Students do not need an appointment with the Counseling Office to request a Progress Report.

RVMS offers Homework Club!

Starting September 7th, 2021

  • Tuesdays & Thursdays
  • 2:15 - 3:15 in the Library
  • Drop-in
  • At least 2 teachers helping
  • Quiet & Safe space


Local Tutoring Centers

(outside of school resources that your family may want to research)

Click the image above for student & family resources during Covid-19.





   (707) 890 - 3870             ext. 33117

Working Hours:

M-F 8am-2:15pm


R & K

Ms. Loggins & Ms. Wilkins

How are students different as a result of what school counselors do? 


Our counseling program is designed to allow all students the opportunity for growth and achievement. As credentialed school counselors, our goal is to support students by focusing on their personal, social, academic, and career development. We collaborate with parents, teachers, administrators, and outside resources to ensure our students are being supported to foster resilience, self-advocacy, and tolerance. 





Santa rosa city schools Mental Health Services During COVID-19 / Servicios de Salud Mental Durante COVID-19

Middle and high school students who would like to have a school-based therapist check-in with them can fill out this form:

Los estudiantes de secundaria que deseen que un terapeuta escolar hable con ellos pueden completar este forma:

SAy Counseling Services During Covid-19

2-1-1 Sonoma County 

  • Food Assistance
  • School Lunch Sites
  • Financial Assistance Resources
  • Sonoma County Shelter in Place Order
  • Coronavirus Information 
  • The warm line is available to any County resident experiencing emotional side effects of the pandemic and/or the shelter in place order, or knows somebody who is.
  • People can call at 707.565.2652.
  • This free and private warm line is available seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Service in Spanish is also available as well as telephone interpretation for other languages.
NPR Resource - How To Help A Child Struggling With Anxiety
The New York Times - Visual Lesson: How to Wash Your Hands



Normally, students can request to meet with their counselor by filling out a purple slip (like the one above) in the counseling office with Mrs. Kelly. Due to Covid protocol, we are not currently following this system. Instead please click on the above slip. That will take you to a google form to request an appointment. The school counselor will call the student out of class as soon as possible once the form is submitted. 

After School Options

(Outside of school options to be arranged by parents)