SCHOOL COUNSELING CORE CURRICULUM
Classroom lessons provide students with early interventions as well as preventative strategies so that ALL students benefit. Topics include skills for success, problem solving strategies, bullying prevention, career exploration, and core values.
SMALL GROUP COUNSELING RESPONSIVE SERVICES
Support groups allow groups of 4-8 students to learn together in a caring and confidential setting. Groups meet for approximately 30 minutes once a week during lunch for 6 sessions. Topics include changing families, resiliency skills, peer relations, grief, assertiveness skills, and stress management.
INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING RESPONSIVE SERVICES
Individual counseling is available at the request of the student, parent, or staff member. While students may see the school counselor at any time for brief discussions, parental permission is required prior to a series of planned sessions.
INDIVIDUAL STUDENT PLANNING
We assist students with goal setting, self-regulation, and provide strategies and tools for academic and behavioral success.
CONSULTATION, COLLABORATION, REFERRALS
We consult and collaborate with school personnel, parents/guardians, and community members to ensure student success. We make referrals to community agencies and services.
SYSTEM SUPPORT AND ACCOUNTABILITY
We use data to evaluate our school counseling program and rely on feedback from staff and the school counseling advisory council to hold us accountable for our program goals and student success. We are lifelong learners by membership in professional organizations and through participation in professional development.
See the Crenshaw School Counseling Website for more information.