Our counseling programs focus on helping students with academic achievement, social and emotional learning, and personal/career development. Each student has an opportunity to work with their school counselor to understand their growth and development, monitor and take action on any personal or academic issues, and plan for next steps.
School site counselors monitor academic progress using real-time data to identify supports, resources, and interventions to keep students on track to graduate and be successful. Counselors also provide support for parents and guardians by keeping them informed of student progress, initiating partnerships for student learning and career planning, and promoting relationships to ensure post-secondary planning. Please see your child's school page to contact their counselor.
We also partner with local community mental and behavioral health agencies that provide mental health services to students to address social, emotional, or behavioral needs. Contact your child's school for more information.
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