Kindergarten - 2nd Grade Counselor
Talyn Nelson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
3rd-5th Grade Counselor
Joy Norwood (email@example.com)
Each counselor has a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Counselor Education and is state certified in Guidance and Counseling.
Mission Statement: Our mission is to provide a comprehensive school counseling program that will assist students in acquiring the skills and knowledge needed to become the leader of tomorrow. By working together with school staff, parents/guardians and other stakeholders, we will address students’ academic, personal/social and career readiness goals so that they can become successful and proactive members of society.
Individual Counseling is a personal and private meeting between a counselor and student where feelings, ideas, and behaviors can be discussed. School Counselors provide brief solution-focused counseling (approximately 6-8 sessions). If continued counseling services are needed, the school counselor may provide the parent/guardian with a list of outside counseling resources.
Small Group Counseling involves two to eight participants who discuss common issues and concerns. Group members share ideas and receive feedback.
Classroom Counselor Lesson is a classroom lesson developed and presented by the school counselor periodically during non-instructional times.
Parental Support provides parents the opportunity to discuss their child’s progress, abilities, growth, and development.
How does a child get to see the counselor?
The student may request to go to the counselor’s office.
The teacher or principal may fill out a counselor referral.
Mom or Dad can request counseling services via phone or email.
Let’s work together for the SUCCESS of our children!
School phone number: 337-521-7750
Fax number: 337-521-7751
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