Mr. Nunez-Counselor

Eduardo Nuñez
Administrative Intern &

School Counselor
Karshner EL M, T, W, F (Ext. 2532)
(253) 841-8736

Hunt EL Thursday (Ext. 2300)

(253) 841-8690


Hello! I enjoy working at Karshner and getting to know all the students that walk into the doors. I like the diversity at this school and value that each student comes with their special abilities and comfort levels. 

¡Hola! Me encanta trabajando en Karshner y conociendo a todos los estudiantes que están aquí. Me encanta la diversidad de esta escuela y valoro que cada estudiante viene con sus habilidades especiales y nivel de comodidad. 

‚ÄčAbout Karshner Elementary School Counseling Program


The Karshner counseling services are designed to optimize student learning by

1) helping to create a safe and welcoming learning environment for all students,

2) providing instruction to promote and enhance growth in socio-emotional skills, student academic achievement and career development, and

3) working to remove barriers to learning for each student.

Counseling services include the following components, which are supported by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA):

  • Classroom and small group guidance lessons and activities
  • Individual one-on-ones and check-ins to address student specific needs
  • Collaboration with staff members to identify needs and strategies to promote student achievement
  • Meetings with parents to discuss concerns and/or provide referral resources

The Classroom Guidance Program at Karshner Elementary involves instruction by the School Counselor on a variety of topics related to social-emotional development, academic success, and career exploration. We are using research based district approved curriculum called Second Step: Skills for Social and Academic Success for empathy and skills for learning, emotion management, and problem solving.   

Small Group Guidance focuses on combining students with similar needs related to topics such as: stress, social skills, impulse control, responsibility, and stress/anger management. Each group of 3-6 students meets weekly with the School Counselor during the school day for the appropriate length of the group based on the students needs.

Karshner's School Counselor is also responsible for:

  • Coordination and management of 504 Accommodation Plans
  • McKinney Vento qualification and resources
  • Suggesting community resources for counseling, food, clothing and housing needs
  • Connecting families with Community In Schools (CIS) resources such as gifts and/or food items for the holidays, weekend food packs, school clothing