XXX PUBLIC SCHOOLS PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELING PROGRAM School Counselor, Elementary and Middle School School Counselor, High School.

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  • XXX PUBLIC SCHOOLS PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELING PROGRAMSchool Counselor, Elementary and Middle SchoolSchool Counselor, High School

  • COMPREHENSIVE GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING PROGRAM Comprehensive in ScopePreventative in DesignDevelopmental in Nature Integral Part of the Total Education ProgramImplemented by an Endorsed or Licensed School Counselor ADAPTED FROM HATCH, T. (2003).

    ADAPTED FROM HATCH, T. (2003).

  • PARADIGM SHIFT AND CHANGING ROLES Current Model Revised Model

    *Re-active * Pro-active

    * Services Provided * Data Impact

    * 493:1 * 328:1 (250:1 ASCA)ADPATED FROM HATCH, T. 2003

    ADPATED FROM HATCH, T. 2003

  • FOUNDATIONASCA /MCGC NATIONAL STANDARDSADAPTED FROM HATCH, T. 2003

  • DELIVERYClassroom Guidance Curriculum Individual Student Planning coordinating systemic activities that help individual students establish personal goals and make future plans.Responsive Services such as individual counseling, group counseling, crisis counseling and conflict resolutionSupporting the School System by supporting teachers, students, and staff with: resource mapping, referrals, mentoring programs, transition programs, Bullying Prevention Programs, committee work, workshops, staff development, parent programs, etc.

  • COUNSELOR USE OF TIMENATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONSAdapted from Hatch, T (2004)

    GuidanceCurriculumStudent PlanningResponsive ServicesSystems SupportElementarySchool35-45%5-10%30-40%10-15%MiddleSchool25-35%15-25%30-40%10-15%High School15-25%25-35%25-35%15-20%

  • ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GUIDANCE PROGRAM

    Guidance CurriculumTopics Include:Study SkillsEmpathyImpulse ControlProblem SolvingConflict ResolutionAnger ManagementBullying PreventionCareer ExplorationFriendshipSelf EsteemDrug and Alcohol Awareness

    Student PlanningReview of Behavior Plans/Child StudiesK-4 SPARKSResponsive ServicesIndividual Counseling Small Group CounselingStudent MediationsCrisis InterventionConsultation and collaboration with parents, staff, and communityReferralsCRTSystem SupportMTSSPBIS SAFRTIBully Prevention Peer Mentor CoordinationRecess Associate TrainingHoliday HelpBus Driver TrainingParent Workshops Transition Services Professional Development

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL GUIDANCE PROGRAM

    Guidance CurriculumTopics Include:Study SkillsGoal SettingFriendshipsPeer PressureConflict ResolutionAnger ManagementBullying PreventionCareer Exploration and ResearchHigh School PlanningSelf EsteemSocial Awareness

    Student PlanningAcademic PlanningCareer PlanningNew Student OrientationTransition PlanningImplementation of Academic and/or Behavior Support PlansInterpretation of Interest InventoriesChild Study TeamsCareer CruisingResponsive ServicesIndividual Counseling Small Group Counseling (ex. Coping Skills, Peer Relationships, Grief, Social Skills, Anger Management, BAM and H2O)Student MediationsCrisis InterventionConsultation and collaboration with parents, staff, and communityReferralsCRTSystem SupportPBIS MTSSBully Prevention Coordination of School wide ASPIRE testingAcademic AdventuresHoliday HelpParent WorkshopsCoordination of Transition Services MSCProfessional Development

  • HIGH SCHOOL GUIDANCE PROGRAM

    Guidance CurriculumTopics Include:Financial Aid 4-Year Plan Scholarship PlanningSchedule PlanningCareer Exploration and ResearchPost Secondary Planning Life Skills Test PreparationCredit Monitoring

    Student PlanningAcademic PlanningCareer PlanningNew Student OrientationTransition PlanningPromotion and Retention InformationImplementation of Academic and/or Behavior Support PlansInterpretation of Assessment ResultsInterpretation of Interest InventoriesStudent Advocate at IEP meetingsResponsive ServicesIndividual Counseling Small Group Counseling Student MediationsCrisis InterventionConsultation and collaboration with parents, staff, and communityReferralsCRTSystem SupportSAT/ACTMMEProbation NetworkingCoordination of School-wide testingSchedulingAfter School Tutoring Parent WorkshopsCoordination of Transition Services

  • MANAGEMENTSchool counselors use data to drive their decisions Develop yearly action plansMonitor student progressStakeholders agreement

  • TIERED LEVELS OF INTERVENTION AND THE SCHOOL COUNSELORSchool Wide 100% of students in XXX Public Schools will participate in the professional school counseling program which includes academic, career, and personal social support from a highly qualified school counselorStrategic Data driven strategic support for those students who require supplemental small group or individual interventionIntensive Referral to and collaboration with community services and agencies

  • XXX PUBLIC SCHOOLS COUNSELING PROGRAM

    XXXX Public Schools are proud to provide K-12 state certified, masters degree level school counselors who abide by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) code of ethics and who participate in ongoing professional development to plan and maintain a quality school counseling program.

  • XXXX PUBLIC SCHOOLS COUNSELING PROGRAMMISSION STATEMENT

    Together, challenging our children to succeed

    The mission of Bridgman Public Schools Counseling Program is to educate, challenge and empower each student in the areas of academic, career, social, and personal development to prepare them for the challenges of being successful members of a diverse, ever changing global society.

  • ACCOUNTABILITYSchool counselors measure the results of their programs.

    Use this data to make decisions regarding program improvement.

  • SAMPLE DATA: SKILLSTUDENTS WHO COULD BRAINSTORM SOLUTIONS TO A PROBLEM Number of correct answers76% Increase62109

  • SAMPLE DATA: PERCEPTION DATA

    Number of correct answers34% increase73 98

  • CONCLUSION We are certainly on the right track and have meaningful guidance and support in place, addition of another school counselor enables us to move from good to better to best practice for our students and families.

    **We have several best practices in place across the board, but there is room to improve to make our program better and to embrace best practice in our counseling program as well. Aside from the need for full time counselors in each building, there are cost effective, deliberate steps we can take now to improve.**A medical model of this would look like health class, student planning would be an exercise program and my fitness pal, doctor and hospital, annual check ups and prevention ******School counseling has RTI just like the academic team has**Our counseling mission statement should be closely aligned and in accordance to our district mission statement. Everything we do should be in accordance with our mission statement. (See arrow analysis)**Best practice is to use data based on attitude, knowledge or skill to guide future programming just as in a classroom**No more random acts of guidance time for best practice, intentional, planned comprehensive guidance that is evaluated and driven by data results*

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