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  • Comprehensive School Counseling Program

    DIRECT SERVICES

    Classroom Curriculum 

    The counselor will offer bi-weekly classroom lessons on age-appropriate topics, including 1) Social/Emotional Development, 2) Academic Development and 3) Career Development.  

    Individual Student Planning 

    The counselor will assist students in planning, monitoring, and managing their social/emotional, academic, and career development. 

    Responsive Services 

    The counselor will address the immediate needs and concerns of students, including school-related and academic concerns, abuse, family issues, and stress. They will offer individual counseling, group counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, and referral.

    INDIRECT SERVICES

    System Support 

    The counselor will collaborate with staff, administration, teachers, and parents to support, develop, and grow the school counseling program. This includes community support and school improvement planning.


  • Classroom Lessons

    Preschool & K-2nd grade

    Program: A Little SPOT of Emotions, A Little SPOT of Feelings, A Little SPOT Takes Action, A Little SPOT of Life Skills

    Topics: Happiness, Sadness, Worry, Anxiety, Peace, Calm, Talent, Courage, Feelings, Kindness, Diversity, Love, Belonging, Teamwork, Respect, Safety

    3-4th grade

    Program:

    Topics:


  • Group & Individual Counseling

    Small Group Counseling

    Small groups will meet weekly to focus on anxiety, life skills, social skills, and other mental health topics based on requests from parents and staff. 

    Individual Counseling

    Individual, as-needed, counseling sessions will be offered to students. If further counseling is necessary, a referral to a school-based therapist may be a possibility.