College and Career Counseling
The Northfield School Counselors work directly with students for their Academic Advising, College and Career Planning, Personal and Social Development, and can provide referral services as needed for a wide variety of issues.
9th grade School Counselor
School Health Professional
10th and 11th grade School Counselor
Mental Health Counseling
Meeting the social and emotionally needs of students is a crucial part of teaching student resiliency in the face of challenges and preparing students for academic success in high school and beyond. Any student or guardian may request counseling for their student and counselors meet with students individually and in small groups to discuss a range of issues including anxiety, grief and loss, body image, and anger management. Northfield also partners with several organizations to provide preventative, strengths-based programming for students including Sources of Strength, Girl’s Inc., Judi’s House, Colorado Youth Matters, Ambassadors of Compassion, and Project PAVE. The NHS Wellness Team, in partnership with the Stapleton Foundation, is comprised of guardians, students and school staff who work collaboratively to bring wellness initiatives to Northfield.
Weekend Backpack program
Northfield High School partners with the Northfield High School Foundation to offer a weekend backpack program for students who may need additional food over the weekend. Once enrolled in this program, backpacks full of non-perishable food will be ready for pick-up each Friday starting September 15.
If your family is interested in participating in this program, fill out this Google form or print out a form and return it to the main office. Hard copies of the enrollment form are available in the main office. For questions, contact Ms. Kristie or Ms. Alisha at 720-423-8044 or email Sierra Dawkins at Sierra_Dawkins@dpsk12.org.
Mental Health and School Support Team
School Social Worker
Academic School Counselor & Substance Prevention