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Referral System

Please select the appropriate button below in order to refer a student to me.

Students can also self-refer by asking a staff member to speak with me.

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The PAL® Peer Assistance Leadership Pro​​gram is a school-based, peer-to-peer youth development program for students in grades 4-12 built upon a philosophy of students helping students.

PAL peer leaders help build a positive school climate through youth leadership, mentoring, peer helping, and prevention activities.

PAL Students

This year's 4th and 5th grade PAL students are 10 remarkable individuals who were voted in by their peers for displaying leadership, responsibility, kindness, and compassion.

Hello and Welcome

Dear Del Obispo Parents & Families,

My name is Georgina Flores and I am the school counselor here at Del Obispo Elementary School. As a CUSD counselor, I am committed to the academic, social/emotional, and career growth of all of my students. Through this commitment, I provide a variety of services to students, parents, and families this year in order to support that growth. These services include:

  • Short-term Individual counseling
  • Short-term Group counseling
  • Second-Step Lessons (learn more here)
  • Workshops throughout the year
  • Consultation
  • Conflict mediation
  • Referrals and resources 

If a student is referred for counseling, I will send home a permission slip for either individual or group counseling. I aim to work closely with parents whose child is receiving counseling support while also respecting a student’s confidentiality. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions about counseling services. If you would like to refer a student, please use the appropriate link on the left hand side of this page under Referral System.


Conversations between the student and the counselor are considered confidential, unless a student tells me someone is harming them, they are harming themselves, or they are harming someone else.

CUSD School Counseling Program


The School Counseling Program strives to provide opportunities so that every student will acquire the social-emotional, academic, and career skills to reach their fullest educational potential and successfully manage their lives as healthy, responsible, competent and productive citizens who respect themselves and others. 


The mission of CUSD School Counselors is to provide a comprehensive counseling program that supports the whole child. School Counselors will focus on the needs, interests, and issues related to social-emotional, academic, and college/career development of all students through a multi-tiered system of support. School Counselors will advocate, collaborate and facilitate actions that promote a positive school climate, provide an opportunity for all students to access their education and achieve personal and academic success to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world. 


The School Counselor believes ALL Students…

Are unique, valuable, and capable of reaching their highest potential.

Can learn and achieve social-emotional and academic success when encouraged and nurtured in a positive and safe environment.

Should feel safe, supported and encouraged at school.

The School Counseling Program…

Uses data-driven evidence in order to evaluate the needs and effectiveness of programs in place as well as to provide appropriate future programs or interventions.

Is child centered, developmentally appropriate, and preventative.

Is developed in consideration of the special needs and the diverse ethnic, cultural, and racial differences of all students.

The School Counselor…

Is an advocate for all students and for the school counseling program.

Utilizes data to manage and evaluate the school counseling program on a regular basis.

Works with stakeholders within the district, as well as in the community, to provide a high-quality school counseling program.

School CouNselor
Georgina Flores School Counselor
Ms. Flores
Contact Info


Phone: 949-234-5905

On campus: Monday, Thursday, & every other Wednesday

*fluent in Spanish

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Bachelor of Arts in Psychology  Chapman University

Master of Science in School Counseling & P.P.S. Credential  California State University,        Long Beach

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Home Links

Home Links are simple, fun activities that encourage interaction between students and their adult family members, caregivers, or other important adults. The activities give students a chance to practice Second Step skills outside of school and help families learn about the skills so they can use them at home. 

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