Your School counselor provides programs in three domains: academic, career, and personal/social. A variety of services and programs help students resolve emotional, social or behavioral problems and help them develop a clearer focus or sense of direction. Effective counseling programs are important to the school climate and are a crucial element in improving student achievement.
Who and how do we assist?
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Programs or Activities offered
by Counseling Department
Small Group Social Skills
Small Group (Specific) Skills
1 on 1 Counseling
Behavioral Goal Setting
Referrals for Food, Clothing, etc.
Needs & Counseling
Interpreting Tests Results
Referrals for Resources
504 plan managers
Georgia Southern University Educational Talent Search
Duke University Talent Identification Program
8th to 9th Grade Transitional Activities
7th Grade Career Day
5th to 6th Grade Transitional Activities
How do I make an appointment with the counselor?
- Stop by the counselor's office yourself (with permission from your teacher).
- Ask a teacher to schedule an appointment for you.
- Ask you parent or guardian to schedule the appointment for you by calling Mrs. Bland or Ms. Natson at 212-8720.