Mrs. Kristen Snyder

Phone: 559-583-5912 x2021

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Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology Master of Arts degree in Education Pupil Personnel Services Credential

Mrs. Kristen Snyder

Mrs. Synder joined the Sierra Pacific High School counseling team in July of 2015. Prior to becoming a Golden Bear, she was a counselor at Hanford High School for 19 years. She graduated from Fresno State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. She then went on to attend Fresno Pacific University, earning a Pupil Personnel Services credential in school counseling and a Master of Arts degree in education. As an alumnus of both Armona Parkview and Hanford High, Mrs. Synder feels honored to be serving today's youth in her community. 

Mr. Mario Gutierrez

Phone: 559-583-5912 x2020

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts degree in liberal studies Master of Arts degree in counseling Pupil Personnel Services Credential

Mr. Mario Gutierrez

Mr. Gutierrez came to Sierra Pacific High School as a counselor in the fall of 2013. He was a counselor at Hanford High School and Earl F. Johnson prior to becoming a Golden Bear. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in liberal studies and his Maters of Arts in counseling with a Pupil Personnel Service credential from CSU Fresno. Mr. Gutierrez is honored to be serving the parents and students of Sierra Pacific High School.

Mrs. Sandra Espinola

Phone: 559-583-5912 x2023

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor Degree in Psychology Master Degree in Counseling and Student Services Pupil Personnel Services Credential

Mrs. Sandra Espinola

Mrs. Espinola started her career as a high school counselor in 2015 at Sierra Pacific High School. Prior to Sierra Pacific, Mrs. Espinola was an adjunct counselor and teacher at College of the Sequoias. She graduated from CSU Fresno with a Bachelor degree in Psychology, and a Masters degree in counseling and Student Services with a pupil personal services credential. Mrs. Espinola is an alumni from Hanford High School and is proud to be a part of her community working with students.