CounselingThe counselors meet with students individually or in small groups to help them resolve or cope constructively with their problem and developmental concerns. Students may visit the counselors for a variety of reasons. Such as: study skills/test-taking skills, decision making, family concerns, fears, illness, self esteem, social skills/friendship, anger management/behavior.Students may access the services of the counselors by: self-referral, teacher-referral, principal-referral, parent-referral.Consultation/CoordinationThe school counselors work with parents, teachers, school staff, and outside community resources in order to plan and implement strategies to help students be successful at school. Parents can email or call the counselors to talk about their student or set up a meeting.
Professional School Counselors are certified/licensed professionals with a master's degree or higher in school counseling and are uniquely qualified to address the developmental needs of all students.