Asia Hongo has worked in education for more than 10 years. She graduated from Northeastern State University with a Masters in School Counseling. Outside of work, she loves spending time with family and watching movies.
As a counselor, Ms. Hongo provides a comprehensive counseling program that attends to the personal/social, academic, and career/college preparation needs of all students through group and individual counseling, academic support, crisis intervention, career and college planning, and student and family advocacy.
Ms. Hongo's goal is to promote a commitment to lifelong learning, personal and academic growth, and to aid students and their families in becoming responsible, culturally aware and productive members of society.
7th Grade (Last Names H-Z) and 8th Grade
7th Grade, Last Name A-G
7th Grade, Last Name H-Z
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