Our School Counseling Program defined:
A K-12 comprehensive, developmental, systemic set of school counseling interventions and services planned, implemented, and evaluated using Advocacy, Leadership, Collaboration, and System Change Skills In four areas: Delivery, Foundation, Management, Accountability (Outcomes) that ensure every student receives an annual plan, school counseling curriculum lessons, and additional activities and group and individual counseling as needed.
The four components ensure every student receives an annual plan, school counseling curriculum lessons, and additional activities depending on grade level 1 (Tier 1), that students who need extra support are provided group counseling (Tier 2), and that students needing further support are provided with individual counseling and external referrals (Tier 3) to enhance every studentundefineds academic, career, college/post-secondary, and social-emotional skills.
School Counseling Program Vision: What We Want For Every Student
The Norwalk School Counseling AND SOCIAL SERVICES Program collaborates with families, educators, and community partners to empower, inspire, and spark every student’s interest, knowledge, skills, and confidence to reach their maximum potential in academics, career/college, and social-emotional domains.
School Counselors advocate, facilitate, coordinate, and implement a comprehensive school counseling program with multi-tiered supports ensuring access, equity, and success so that every student is a responsible and productive citizen, lifelong learner, and problem-solver FACING THE ONGOING CHALLENGES OF COVID-19 AND RACISM.
School Counseling Program Mission: How the Vision is Implemented:
VISION: School Counseling Program Vision: What We Want For Every Student
School Counseling Program Mission: How the Vision is Implemented
School Counseling Program Beliefs The School Counseling Program Staff believe/value:
School Counseling Program Goals Academic/Social-Emotional (Achievement Gap): Implement/evaluate study skills/student success skills for all students annually: