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    Individual Student Planning

    Counselors monitor students’ progress so they may achieve success in academic, college/career and social/emotional areas. This may be accomplished through:

    • Individual Meetings: Working with students to analyze and evaluate abilities, interests, skills, and achievement.

    • Case Management: Monitor individual student’s progress on a regular basis.

    • Placement: Collaborate with students, parents and school staff in determining the best educational setting for students as they meet their goals.


    Responsive Services

    School counselors provide support and interventions to meet the needs of students. This may be accomplished through:

    • Individual and Small Group Counseling: Counseling is provided for students experiencing social, emotional, personal, or academic difficulties.

    • Crisis Counseling: Short-term counseling is provided to students, families or staff as an immediate intervention to a crisis or emergency situation.


    Indirect Student Services

    School counselors work behind the scenes to ensure students benefit from their education. This may be accomplished through:

    • Making referrals to appropriately licensed or certified individuals, either inside or outside of the school setting

    • Consulting and/or collaborating with families, school staff and community agencies

    • Providing leadership and advocacy on behalf of students and families.

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