Torrey Pines High School 11 th Grade Presentation. Class of 2014. Who is your School Counselor?. Brennan Dean Head Counselor D-I firstname.lastname@example.org Ext. 2214. Jayme Cambra A-C email@example.com Ext. 2213 Intern: Dianna Tilley firstname.lastname@example.org. Jennifer Magruder
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Class of 2014
Mb-Sa & AVID
J-Ma & EL
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A-C Mrs. Cambra
D-I Mr. Dean
J-MA Mrs. Sanchez-Allwein
MB-SA Mrs. Magruder
SB-Z Ms. Gervasini
EL Students Mrs. Sanchez-Allwein
AVID Mrs. Magruder