**Registration for the 2024-2025 School Year is now open.
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**Registration for the 2024-2025 School Year is now open.
Visit the Registration Hub**

Sam Glinsmann


Last Names A – H

[email protected]

(425) 456-6311

Carol Johnson

‘Ms. Carol’


Last Names I – N

[email protected]

(425) 456-6314

Jamie Johnson


Last Names O – Z

[email protected]


Israel Perez

Family Connections

[email protected]


Welcome to the Chinook Counseling Center

Chinook currently has 3 school counselors who work with an alphabetical caseload distribution. This helps us to manage increasing enrollment and allows counselors to establish long-lasting relationships with families throughout their students’ middle school education.  School Counselors support students with academic planning, social/emotional wellness, and make community referrals.

Students: Students are welcome to visit the Counseling Center for walk-in appointments every day before school, during lunches and during after school tutorial for quick questions. We encourage students to sign up in the counseling office to request an appointment with their school counselor if any needs arise during another time besides before or after school and lunch.

Parents/Guardians:  We welcome the opportunity to meet with parents/guardians of our students to discuss concerns or answer any questions you may have in support of your student(s). Given that our schedules are often unpredictable, we do require you to schedule an appointment in advance. Please contact your student’s counselor directly to schedule an appointment. For your convenience, counselors continue to meet with families through MS teams for your convenience.

Your Well-Being is Important to Us! For information and resources about school counseling, for self-care and where ask for help, go to any of the links provided below.

BSD Counselor Website (includes well-being resources for students and families)

BSD Family Connections Centers

BSD Mental Health Resources for Students and Families

Chinook Course Registration Information

Signs of Suicide – Suicide Prevention Program

If You Have An Urgent Mental Health Need

Dial 988 to reach the National Suicide Prevention and Crisis Lifeline.

Please contact the 24-hour Crisis Line for immediate, free and confidential support:

  • Call 866-4CRISIS (866-427-4747)
  • Text START to 741741
  • Go to CrisisConnections.org for more options
  • If you are already connected with an outside counselor or therapist, please connect with them.
The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.