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Meet the Department
Mrs. Sarah Wittreich (Last Names A - L)
Mrs. Wittreich is originally from Chicago, Illinois and has worked in education for the the last 16 years. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology along with a license to teach Secondary English. In January of 2004, she moved to the east side of Cleveland where she attended John Carroll University. Mrs. Wittreich earned her Master Degree in School Counseling in 2006. After substituting for a year in the Shaker Heights school system, she began working at Edgewood High School in 2007 and has been a part of the Warrior family ever since.
Mrs. Sarah Izzi (Last Names M - Z)
Mrs. Izzi is originally from Ashtabula and has worked in education for the last 16 years. A 2001 graduate of Harbor High School, Mrs. Izzi went to the University of Akron, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Education. She spent 5 years teaching 11th grade U.S. History at Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas, Nevada. During this time, she also attended the University of Phoenix and earned a Master of Science degree in School Counseling. Although she loved being in the classroom, her passion was helping students through a counseling role. In 2011, she moved back to Ohio and began her work as a high school counselor, first at Lakeside High School in Ashtabula (2011-2016) and then at Copley High School in Akron (2016-2019). She has been a high school counselor for 11 years and is excited to be back in Ashtabula as part of the Warrior family.
School Counseling Department Secretary
Mrs. Marie Rapose
Mrs. Rapose was born and raised in Ashtabula. She attended Harbor High School and went to the Ashtabula County Joint Vocational School (now A-Tech) where she studied Intense Office Education. It was there that she fell in love with this occupation. Starting in a law office and eventually entering the Ashtabula Area City School system, she worked at West Junior High School for 12 years prior to the AACS consolidation. After taking a few years off to help care for her father-in-law, she decided to re-enter the work force and landed a part-time job at Kingsville Elementary. After working there for two years, she began working at Edgewood High School and has been here ever since. She loves what she does for the school system and especially for the students here at Edgewood High School.
The Edgewood High School Guidance Counselors are members of the
Ohio Association for College Admission Counseling and commit to the following pledge: