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School Counseling


The mission of Crestwood Elementary School Counseling Program is to work in partnership with students, families, and the community to ensure that each student
acquires the knowledge, skills, and core values necessary to achieve personal success and to enrich the community. Students will be able to identify barriers to success, and have the ability to appropriately ask for help and to address their own issues. Furthermore, students will gain the tools necessary to transition smoothly into Middle School, and to eventually blossom into actualized world citizens.

Helpful articles for parents from the American School Counseling Association


All students will have access to a comprehensive school counseling program staffed by a masters level, state certified professional school counselor.

The school counselor will proactively advocate for all students by collaborating with stakeholders including teachers, administrators, parents, and community partners.

All students’ dignity, culture, and right to an education is respected and valued.

The school counselor will participate in regular professional development to ensure that the comprehensive school counseling program reflects the current best practices.

The school counselor will address the needs of students in the career, academic, and personal/social domains.

The counseling program will be delivered to the students through classroom guidance lessons, small group counseling sessions, and individual counseling as identified.