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Counseling Department



Welcome Back to the 2020-2021 school year. All Guidance Counselors are available to assist you and your child with questions on a daily basis. In addition, we have created a Google Classroom and have invited your child to join. If they haven’t already, please have them check their google email for the invite. Important information will be posted daily.

You can reach your counselor by email or
contact the Guidance office at (516)867-5320

Director of Guidance

Emma Perdomo

Student Last Names begin with......


A - Cad

Nick Angelo:

Cal - Fr

Kim Freeman:

Fu - Leg

Sherry Ryan:

Lei - Nu

Melissa McCormack:

O - Roq

Rosemarie Alario:

Ros - Z

Natalie Ramos:

Counselors for all ELL/FELL 


A - Li

Blanca Tapia:

Lo - Z

Rosemary Garcia:



Big Future Days
Virtual College Fair

College Board is hosting their first-ever series of virtual college fairs called
Big Future Days. All students can sign up for a chance to connect directly
with college admissions representatives and current college students.
They'll have a chance to explore colleges in a way that's not overwhelming,
ask questions about topics they want to learn about, and take action on key
college planning steps.

BigFuture Days West + Southwest
Tuesday, March 30 5:00-9:00 PM

BigFuture Days Northeast
Sunday, March 7, 4:00-8:00 PM

BigFuture Days Midwest
Sunday, April 18 4:00-8:00 PM

BigFuture Days Southeast
Thursday, April 29 5:00-9:00 PM

Register Now


Financial Aid Presentation - Pay for College: Getting Started 



SENIORS (Class of 2021):

Counselors will be sending out appointments for your individual senior evaluation. Please make sure to check your emails for the appointment time.


SAT Updates:

Discontinuing SAT Subject Tests
College Board will no longer offer the Subject Tests in the U.S. Students in the U.S. will automatically have their registrations canceled and receive a refund.

Discontinuing the optional SAT Essay
This decision recognizes that there are other ways for students to demonstrate their
mastery of essay writing. At the same time, writing remains essential to college
readiness, and the SAT will continue to measure writing and editing skills. The tasks on the SAT Reading and Writing and Language tests are among the most effective and predictive parts of the SAT. Students can take the SAT with Essay through the June 2021 SAT administration.


ACT Update:

Use this link for ACT test dates:

Fee Waivers: If you qualify for a Fee Waiver, and need to Register for the SAT, ACT and/or NCAA, please email your Counselor! We will provide you with the necessary CODE to enter on the payment page!


JUNIORS (CLASS of 2022):

College entrance exams: As many of you are aware, under the current circumstances, SAT and ACT exams have been postponed and moved to later dates. As this situation continues to be monitored, both the College Board and ACT may intervene and change dates at any time. The best advice that we have is to continue checking both websites, and look out for emails if you have already been affected. Please email your counselor if you have any questions.

Fee Waivers: If you qualify for a Fee Waiver, and need to Register for the SAT, ACT and/or NCAA, please email your Counselor immediately! We will provide you with the necessary CODE to enter on the payment page!

FRESHMEN & SOPHOMORES (Class of 2024 &2023):

Please make sure to log on every day and complete all of your work through Google Classroom. It is very important to stay on top of your assignments.

If you are having any problems/concerns please email your counselor.

This would be a good time for you to work on your resume. Join our Google Classroom to view a sample resume.



Any student enrolled in an AP course will be required to register and pay for the exam in October of 2020. Therefore, no student will be permitted to drop an AP course after they have registered and committed to take the exam. If your child is eligible for free/reduced lunch it is imperative that they fill out the “Free and Reduced Lunch Form” in September of 2020, to qualify for a fee waiver. This form should be filled out as soon as possible.

The cost of AP Exams will be $95 for each exam except AP Capstone Seminar and AP Capstone Research which are $143 for each exam. Checks, cash and money orders will be accepted and should be made out to Freeport Board of Education. Due to the strict College Board deadline, all payments must be received by November 1, 2020.

To prepare for the upcoming school year, please encourage your student to sign up for a College Board account. All College Board programs are connected through one account, so if your student created one for the PSAT/NMSQT or SAT they’re all set. They’ll just need to have their username and password. They should not create a new account if they have an existing account.