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Johnson replaces Rojas in counseling


In May, it was announced that 9th grade and 10th grade honors English teacher Natalee Johnson will fill the vacant counselor position left by Xelina Rojas starting in July. Johnson, a former journalism and current English teacher at PRHS, has had 30 years of experience under her belt before securing the new position.

“I got my credential as a counselor about ten years ago, but the timing has not been right until now. Mrs. Rojas was retiring, so I knew there was going to be an opening, and it just felt like the right time to apply. I applied and got the job.”

“Mrs. Johnson is very supportive of our choices and is very understanding,” said Kristal Roman, who is one of Johnson’s current English students.

When asked what she’d bring to the counseling department, Johnson said, “I think my interpersonal skills are really strong. I’m very interrelational; I enjoy getting to know people and I think that once I’m one-on-one with a person, they find it very easy to talk to me.”

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