Professional School Counselors (Team Counselors)


    The Four Components of a Comprehensive School Counseling Program include

    • Guidance Curriculum 
    • Individual Planning
    • Responsive Services
    • System Support

    Guidance Curriculum

    • Whole group guidance or small-group counseling based on relevant social/emotional issues, NO PLACE FOR HATE campaign, Bullying Prevention Committee, House Bill requirements, and Campus Needs Assessment
      • Social Emotional Learning
      • Strengths exploration 
      • Career exploration and college planning
      • Education on peer relationships and effective social skills  
      • Communication and conflict resolution
      • Multicultural/diversity awareness
      • Academic support

    Individual Student Planning

    • Restorative practices
    • Individual and small-group counseling
    • Parent consultation
    • Academic planning/support (Student Schedules, At-Risk, 504 Meetings, IEP Meetings, Behavioral Plans/Charts, Academic and Behavioral Referrals, CBE, OCPE, etc.)
    • Academic and Social/Emotional goal-setting and decision-making
    • Education on understanding of self, including strengths and weaknesses
    • Transition plans (from grade level, into middle school, into high school, and other life-changing events)
    • 4 year high school plans including endorsements
    • Career exploration and college planning, Viper Career Connect 
    • New Students' Needs

    Responsive Services

    • Individual and small-group counseling
    • Individual, family, and school crisis intervention
    • Conflict resolution
    • Restorative Practices
    • Consultation and collaboration
    • Referrals
    • Team Meetings

    System Support

    • Professional development
    • Consultation, collaboration, and teaming
    • Program management
    • Parent Education