Academic Support

  • Academic Counselors

    Aaron Reyes:

    10th & 11th Last Names - A-K 

    Seniors E - K

    I am an academic counselor at Papillion La Vista High School. Before working at PLHS, I worked with at-risk youth who were on juvenile probation in the Omaha Metro Area. I have always been interested in helping students pursue their passions and helping them become the best versions of themselves. Along with helping students with their academics, I respond to student social/emotional needs and I am also a 504 case manager. Please feel free to call or email me with any questions or concerns!

    Stacey Dunbar: 

    10th & 11th Last Names - L-Z

    Seniors L - R

    I am one of the academic counselors at Papillion La Vista High School. I have over 20 years of experience in school counseling.  Prior to being a School Counselor, I was a Special Education teacher for 10 years in the Omaha area. In addition to monitoring students’ academic progress, I also work with student who have 504 plans, are on concussion protocol and the PLHS student ambassadors.  I am invested in each student's educational program and enjoy helping all students achieve their highest academic potential. Please feel free to call or email me with any questions or concerns you have about academics.  Go Monarchs!

    Grade QuestionsAcademic Support


    Parents and students have many options in communicating with our faculty. Parents should follow the following steps when there are questions about their student’s grades.

    • Parents have been sent the information to access online grading. The link “Family Portal” can be found on the home page of this site. If you need your login information, please click on "forgot username" and / or "forgot password".

    • Parents can always call the teacher at 402-898-0409 or email. Every faculty member’s email is available on the school website. Go to and click on “Staff”.

    • If a parent still needs help, contact our academic counselors, Stacey Dunbar or Aaron Reyes, in the Counseling Center at 402-898-0409.

    Summer School/Night School

    • PLHS offers summer school for credit recovery.  In addition, PE can be taken for original credit in summer.  Summer school usually starts right after Memorial Day with attendance being mandatory for all 12 days.

    • Registration for Summer PE is now open. Summer PE is available to current 9 - 11th graders and will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Summer PE will be June 1 - 16 with a morning and afternoon session. The morning session is 8 - 11am. The afternoon session is noon - 3pm. Students must attend 12 days to earn credit.

      Here's the link to sign up:

      If you have questions, please reach out to Dr. O'Hanlon or your child's counselor.