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School Counseling

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Ricquel Pratt

on 21 November 2012

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Transcript of School Counseling

2015 MAARS Drive
Greensboro, North Carolina
592015 MAARS
Elementary Motivating Accelerating .Achieving .Responsiblity .Succeeding ? Management Management Agreement Foundation Competencies and indicators Academic Domain Career Domain Personal and Social Domain
The Counseling Department at MAARS Elementary will foster an environment that promotes academic success, personal productivity,creativity, and
responsible leadership. Every student will have access to the guidance and tools necessary to achieve these goals. Philosophy & Vision

The Mission of MAARS elementary is for parents, teachers, and counselors to collaborate as a team in order to encourage, motivate, challenge, and prepare students so that they may achieve academic success, become productive citizens, and life long learners. Mission Statement Belief Statements School Counseling Program Goals Advisory Council Calendar Andrea Martin
Ricquel Pratt
Martyn Rushing
Quendalyn Spann
Amber Urooj MAARS ELementary ASCA Model Presentation by: Small Group Curriculum Thank you Any Questions? Accountability Result Report School Counselor Performance Standards Audit School Demographic information School District: Guilford County
Number of Students:400
All Girl school
Number of Staff: 40
# of counselor: 1
Average # of students per counselor: 400
Title I school # of students who receive free lunch: 85% # of students who receive reduced lunch: 5% Percentage of students who are
Black: 30 %
Asian: 10%
Native American: 2%
White: 30 %
Hispanic: 20%
Other: 8% Top three issues at our school
Academic performance
Students from low SES background
low funding to meet needs of students; lack of resources to meet needs of students all students can succeed
the background of every student will be considered when creating and implementing counseling programs
all students have the right to participate in the school counseling program
all students shall have access to a state certified, master's level counselor to deliver the counseling program Delivery system component:
Guidance Curriculum: 35-45%
Individual Student Planning: 5-10%
Responsive Services: 30-40%
System Support: 10-15% 10 members
4 teachers, 1 community member, school district member, 1 retired teacher, 1 counselor, 2 parents, 1 administrator
The advisory council will meet once a month to discuss the effectiveness of overall school programs and to help guide the school counseling program
Judgement activity Any volunteers? Anti-Bullying All counselors at MAAR Elementary : will hold a master's degree and state certification
will engage in professional development
will abide by the ASCA ethical standards
will monitor school counseling programs and goals Career Day Cultural Awareness Caring for Yourself Standard A: Students will acquire the skills to investigate the world of work in relation to knowledge of self and to make informed career decisions

Standard B: Students will employ strategies to achieve future career goals with success and satisfaction

Standard C: Students will understand the relationship between personal qualities, education, training and the world of work Behavioral problems- balloon
Kids from single parent homes Standard A: Students will acquire the attitudes, knowledge, and skills that contribute to effective learning in school and across the lifespan

Standard B: Students will complete school with the academic preparation essential to choose from a wide range of substantial postsecondary options, including college

Standard C: Students will understand the relationship of the academics to the world of work and to life at home and in the community Standard A: Students will acquire the knowledge, attitudes, and interpersonal skills to help them understand and respect self and others

Standard B: Students will make decisions, set goals and take necessary action to achieve goals

Standard C: Students will understand safety and survival skills learn new traits every week
activities to demonstrate new traits
stories related to character trait
rewards for displaying new character trait Classroom Curriculum Character education Dress up
Parents/Community Members speak Classroom Curriculum Classroom Curriculum Classroom Curriculum Explore different cultures by:
dress up
history 5th grade girls
9 week program
All About You book for each girl Classroom Curriculum Delivery To improve attendance by 30%
To increase students on the A/B honor roll list by 40%
To lessen reports of bullying by 30%
To increase direct services to students by 70% Professional Development
School Counselors at MAARS Elementary will participate in
once a month district meeting for counselors
yearly national conference
classes and/or workshops Professional Collaboration:
Schools Counselors will:
once a week meet with the administration
once a month present something to the faculty
once a month meet with grade level teams
attend every adivosry council meeting A school counseling program audit is conducted when a program is first implemented
A yearly audit is conducted to evaluate the progress of the programs that are implemented and decisions are made about the following year
A long range plan is revised and published every year
The school counseling program is approved by the school district's board of education. Serve as a form of counselor evaluation and counselor self-evaluation

assess the school counselor’s ability
to understand and implement the foundation of the comprehensive school counseling program
abilityto manage school counseling program
ability to implement delivery systems (guidance curriculum, individual student planning, responsive services, systems support
ability to measure results of program
access use of professional communication
fulfillment of professional growth
access ability to be a leader and student advocate if we have time left... here are some other great character education videos... Student access:
students can access counselor by alpha listing
programs and services available to parents:
back to school night
parent/teacher conference
access to attendance and grade information
reports cards
monthy newsletter
updated website with resources
communcations access via email and voicemail
crisis intervention programs and services available to staff:
individual conferencing & consulation
academic & behavioral intervention
test preparation materials & support
assistance in faciliation of standardized testing
development of closing the gap activities
peer counselors to provide tutoring and emotional support community programs & services:
outside agency referrels
communication with SRO
presentations to school parent organization
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