What is a School Adjustment Counselor?

A counselor is a trained professional who helps others by assisting them in making decisions and changing behavior. School counselors work with students, school staff, families and members of the community as an integral part of the educational program. Counselors may work individually with students or lead small groups. School counseling programs promote school success through a focus on academic achievement, prevention, intervention activities, advocacy, social, and emotional development.

Counselors Help Students:
  • Understand themselves and others
  • Improve their self-concepts
  • Cope with stress
  • Develop decision-making skills
  • Achieve maximum benefit from their educational opportunities
Counselors Help Parents:
  • Understand and meet their children’s social and emotional needs
  • Participate effectively in their children’s education
  • Understand programs available to students with special needs
  • Utilize school and community resources effectively
Referral Process:

Teacher Recommendation Forms and Parental Counseling Request Forms are available in the Main Office or on the website. Please complete, date and return the form to the Principal’s mailbox.