• The Counseling Center Services

    Role of the Counselor

    • Assist with transitions
    • Academic advisement
    • Career planning
    • Remove learning barriers
    • Teach students self-help skills
    • Work with all school personnel
    • Liaison between parents and the school
    • Be a community resource
    • Encourage positive self-esteem of ALL students
    • Be an advocate for ALL students
    • Teach respect, responsibility and resiliency to ALL students

    School Counselor Focus:Academic:

    School Counselors help students acquire attitudes, knowledge, and skills that contribute to effective learning in school and throughout their future, as well as provide support for academic planning.


    Career:

    School counselors help students learn how to investigate the world of work, develop employment strategies, make effective career decisions, and learn strategies for future career success and satisfaction.


    Personal/Social:

    School counselors help students learn effective interpersonal skills, how to understand and respect themselves and others, and how to set and achieve personal goals


    What we do:

    School Counselor:

    According to ASCA, Counselors “help all students in the areas of academic achievement, personal/social development and career development, ensuring today’s students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow”.


    School Psychologist:

    Help children succeed academically, socially and emotionally.  They collaborate with educators, parents and other professionals to create a supportive learning environment for all students. 


    Social Workers:

    Provides social, emotional, behavioral, and adaptive functioning support to the child, the child’s family and the school with a full team approach linking community, school and family.