• Counseling Office Staff & Contact Information:

    Ms. Wilkinson

    Erin Wilkinson 6th & 7th Grade Counselor  Email / 928-421-1342∗ / Schedule Meeting

    Mrs. Dobosh  

    Krista Dobosh - 8th Grade Counselor  Email / 928-421-3567∗ 

    Mrs. White-Hanson

    Pam White-Hanson - Native American Academic Advisor  Email 

    Mrs. Beda  

    Amanda Beda - LMSW - FUSD Social Worker  Email 

    Mrs. Bennett  

    Leanne Bennett - Registrar   Email 


    Jacqueline McNab - Counseling Secretary & System Data Clerk  Email 

    ∗Phone numbers provided are to access counselors during COVID school shutdown only

Sinagua Middle School Counseling Department

  • Welcome to our Sinagua Middle School Counseling site!

    We are currently working on revising and updating our counseling site to make it more user-friendly and engaging.

    We will be working on this over the next few weeks to make sure it is up-to-date with all the latest and greatest resources/ activities for our students.

    Please know that we miss all of you and want to be available to you in whatever capacity you need during this time. If you are looking for a specific resource and don't see it on our page, please let us know and we will happily assist you.   

  • It is the goal and function of the Sinagua Middle School counseling department to provide the following:

    Vision Statement:

    As we help our students in their journey to become independent learners and responsible citizens, we believe in a strong school/family relationship which:

    • challenges each child to reach his/her potential in an atmosphere of encouragement
    • promotes and models respect for self and others
    • help foster community/school relationships


    Mission Statement:

    To achieve the vision statement, the counseling staff will work collaboratively within the school community to:

    • promote academic success and responsible behavior toward others
    • provide students with strategies to succeed in socio-emotional development

    The Counseling Center is open from 7:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Students may drop in before or after school to fill out a request for an appointment. To make an appointment with a counselor, please call (928)527-5517.

    Services provided by the Counseling Department

    • Crises interventions
    • Academic counseling
    • Community resource referrals
    • Parent/teacher conferences
    • Awareness of special programs
    • Ongoing registration for new and returning students
    • Information on community resources
    • Benchmark and AIMS testing