Social Emotional Learning
What does the school counselor do?
Classroom lessons address important preventative and developmental topics, including conflict resolution, bullying, academic skills, career, and personal safety, among others. Topics are determined by needs assessment data and teacher input and meet both state and national standards.
Small groups provide additional learning experiences, giving children the opportunity to build relationships, practice new skills, and learn through the support of group members. Small group topics vary widely and are determined by data and current need.
Individual counseling is offered on a short term basis for a variety of student concerns.
Consultation with parents and teachers is a critical part of the school counselor's role in advocating for students and helping them succeed.
School counselors help locate community resources for parents in search of information or services to help their child at home.
September- Citizenship& School Pride
October-Compassion & Tolerance
December-Honesty & Integrity
January-Perseverance & Courage
March-Respect, Courtesy & Gratitude