Welcome To Monacan Counseling!

 Senior Survey
Please have all scholarship and award information, as well as the name of the college or university that you will be attending in the Fall. Scholarship information is necessary for County reporting purposes and for inclusion in the graduation program. The google form can be completed at home or during the classroom visit using your CCPS log-in. Information for sending your final transcript through Parchment is included on the counseling page. 
 Senior Survey Schedule 2019

May 1st (Wed)


1st. Pd.

Gurecki     8:35

May 6th (Mon)


4th pd.

Sweet 1:35

May 7th (Tues)


1st pd.

Borean 8:35

2nd pd.

Sweet 10:05

2nd pd.

Borean 11:10

May 9th (Thurs)


2nd pd.

Gurecki 10:05

3rd pd.

Gurecki 11:35

3rd pd.

Thornton 1:05

4th pd.

Thornton 1:35

May 10th (Fri)


2nd pd.

Borean 10:05

3rd pd.

Gurecki 11:35

4th pd.

Gurecki 1:35

ROLE OF SCHOOL COUNSELORS
The mission of the Monacan High School Counseling Program is to empower all students to become productive and contributing members of society. In partnership with families, staff members and the community, school counselors provide a developmental program that addresses the academic, personal/social and career development of students.


MONACAN SCHOOL COUNSELORS HELP STUDENTS WITH
  • transitioning to high school and post-secondary opportunities
  • academic planning and educational progress
  • concerns that interfere with learning
  • acquiring skills and knowledge to cope with pressures
  • interpreting test results
  • getting connected with school programs and community opportunities
  • planning for post-secondary education and career options

MONACAN SCHOOL COUNSELORS ARE TRAINED TO

  • work with parents, students and school staff members
  • work with students individually and in groups to help resolve problems that interfere with learning
  • support students with special needs and may serve as a member of child study team
  • offer critical incident intervention, prevention and response services
  • maintain contact with and make appropriate referrals to community and social agencies
  • provide information about school and community resources
  • plan and coordinate school-wide programs for students and parents in academic achievement, personal/social development and transition planning
  • help students explore options for college and career training

If you have questions please do not hesitate to call your student's counselor at 378-2490. 
Fax # 794-3048.