Largo High School Counselors

Ms. Katelyn E. Pellin

Phone: 727-588-3758 x2063

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts, University of ConnecticutMaster of Science, Central Connecticut State University

Ms. Katelyn E. Pellin

Non-Magnet students with last names beginning A - I

*  ASVAB Coordinator

*  Military Liaison

*  Awards ceremony coordinator

*  BTAG Contact

Mrs. Caiti Wolfe

Phone: 727-588-3758 x2062

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Sciences – Florida State University Master of Arts in Counselor Education with a concentration in School Counseling – University of South Florida

Mrs. Caiti Wolfe

IB School Counselor

Non-Magnet students with last names J - MA

Guidance Department Chair

ACT Waiver Coordinator

Talented 20

Future Plans Coordinator

In-School ACT/SAT Testing Support

Scholarships

College Presentations Coordinator

Ms. Lauren Poggiali

Phone: 727-588-3758

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

SUNY Oswego – Undergrad LIU Post – Grad School

Ms. Lauren Poggiali

Non-magnet student last names:  Mb - Z

*  PSAT Coordinator

*  SAT Waiver Coordinator

*  Registration Coordinator

Ms. Samantha Fitzjarrald

Phone: 727-588-4622 or 727-588-3758 x2105

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science, Ball State University Masters of Art, Ball State University

Ms. Samantha Fitzjarrald

ExCEL School Counselor

* Executive Intership Liaison

* PERT Testing Support

* AP Testing Support

* Bright Futures Coordinator


  • Would you like to talk to a school counselor after hours?

    Pinellas County's new resource Pinellas E-Counselor is a useful resource to help answer questions you may have via email after the school day ends. This resource is available Monday-Friday from 4-9 pm. Click here for more information.


     

  •  Frequently Asked Questions:

    How does a student meet with his/her school counselor?
    Students can come see thier counselor BEFORE school, AFTER school or DURING LUNCH to pick-up and complete a Request to See Your School Counselor form to make an appointment. Emailing your counselor is also a great way to request an appointment (emails listed for each counselor above). Please do not come up during a class period as the counselors are not always available.  
     
    How do I arrange a parent/teacher conference?
    Contact your child's school counselor.  Your counselor will set-up a conference with your child's teachers.  Sometimes issues can be solved as easily as emailing the teacher.  Using your Focus ID and password, parents can see current grades, assignment grades, attendance and click a box to quickly email your child's teacher.
     
    How can I change my current schedule? 
    Current schedules are determined by the student's course request and by the courses offered by the school.  Course requests may be changed up to the last day of school during the previous year.  Students should consider the course request document as their contract for the following year.  Each alternative listed should be a course of interest as the last item on the list may be the only course which will work to complete the student's schedule.  The courses offered by the school may be influenced by the number of students who requested the course or by the personnel currently employed at Largo High School.  Courses with limited interest may not "make" the final course offerings and courses with too many requests (like Driver's Education) may be capped at a maximum population.  Changes will be made if the student has already achieved credit in the course or if the student has not met the prerequisite requirement for the course. Please keep these points in mind when requesting a schedule change.
     
    How do I volunteer for Bright Futures hours? 
    See page under "Academics" dropdown box.
     
    When is the ACT/SAT and can I get a waiver? 
    See the links on this page to view the current testing schedule for each program.  There are a limited number of waivers to cover the cost of testing.  See your guidance counselor for a waiver by completing a Request to See Your School Counselor form. 
       
    Where can I get information on Early College, Early Admission or taking part-time SPC?
    The deadline for Early College/Early Admission for the 18-19 school year has past. If you are planning on applying for EC/EA for the 2019-2020 school year please plan to attend an information January 2019 and turn in all application matierials into SPC February 10th 2019. If you are interested in taking Dual Enrollment coursework with SPC click here for more information.