Saturday, February 8, 2014

National School Counseling Week: The Whole Child

I hope that all of you have had a wonderful National School Counseling Week, and that you have been celebrated and appreciated within your school communities for the tireless work that you do on behalf of students and families.

How do we continue to educate our communities about the change in our role since our students' parents were in school?  How do we share that we strive to work with all students versus a select few?  How can we communicate that we use data to develop programming to prevent issues of concern before they ever begin?  Click on the video below to see one example of how school counselors across the country are getting the word out:


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