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School Counseling Services

Services that our School Counselor may provide are:

  • Classroom guidance lessons focusing on Social-Emotional Learning, Academic, or Career Interest
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Peer Mediation
  • Bullying Intervention
  • Classroom Observations
  • Parent-Teacher Consultation
  • High School Registration and Transitional Support
  • Kindergarten Transitional Support
  • New Student Support

Confidentiality

It is the school counselors’ responsibility to fully respect the right to privacy of those with whom they enter a counseling relationship and to provide an atmosphere of trust and confidence (Lazovsky, 2008; ASCA, A.2.).

A school counselor, who is in a counseling relationship with a student, has an ethical and legal obligation to keep information contained within that relationship. Confidentiality is the ethical and legal term ascribed to the information communicated within the counseling relationship, and it must be maintained unless keeping that information confidential leads to foreseeable harm. “Serious and foreseeable harm is different for each minor in the school setting and is determined by students’ developmental and chronological age, the setting, parental rights and the nature of harm” (ASCA, 2016, A.2.e).

To learn more contact the School Counselor at the K-5 or MS Building.

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