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    Welcome to the Counseling Department! Students are always welcome to visit the Counselor's office throughout the day as needed. The Counseling and Guidance Center at Sabine High School assists students in their academic achievement, personal/social development and their post-secondary planning. Counselors provide the information that prepares students for their future educational decisions. They strive to make the school experience a positive one, so that each student may reach their fullest potential. 
     
     
                Yvonne Rich                 Yvonne Rich
                       yrich@sabineisd.org
       9th,10th Counselor

               

     
    Hello, Freshman and Sophomore Cardinals!  I'm happy to be returning to Sabine High School. I am beginning my 21st year in education with experience at Gladewater and Pine Tree ISD.  
     
    I am married to fellow Sabine teacher, Daniel Rich, and we have two daughters, Cameron and Marisa.  Cameron is a sixth-grade student at Sabine Middle School and Marisa is completing her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing at UT Tyler.
     
    I look forward to getting to know all of my students.  It's my objective to help you achieve all of your High School goals and prepare for the best future possible!  
     
     
     
     
        Nancy White     
        Nancy White
         nwhite@sabineisd.org
       
        11th-12th Counselor

     

     
     Hello parents and students!  I am happy to be joining Sabine High School as the Junior and Senior Counselor.  This year will be my twelfth year in education having served at Marshall High School and Hallsville High School respectively.
     
    My husband, John, and I have been married over twenty years and are blessed with two sons.  Hayden is going into the seventh grade and Connor is going into the sixth grade.
     
    I am excited to be a part of the excellent faculty and staff here at Sabine High School and look forward to helping each of you as you complete high school and look forward to the future.  
    GO CARDINALS! 

     
     
     
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