Pope HS Counseling Dept. Needs Assessment
Thank you for taking the time to answer the questions in this survey. Your honest response to all questions will assist the Pope HS Counseling Department in reviewing the counseling program and developing or altering programs currently offered. All responses will be kept confidential.
Are you a student, parent, or other stakeholder (if you select other-please write in your role under 'other')
If you are a student or parent, what grade are you (or your student) completing this year?
What is your race/ethnicity?
Please check which of the following annual events you have attended at Pope:
Senior parent meeting (usually in August)
Rising 9th grade/Preview to Pope parent night
9th grade parent meeting (usually during Greyhound Madness & Open House)
10th grade parent meeting/PSAT & testing presentation (usually in December or January)
11th grade parent meeting (usually in November)
Junior Advisement individual appointment (usually Dec-Feb)
9th/10th grade advisement night (3 nights-usually in March)
Open House (usually in Fall semester)
AP night (usually in early Spring semester)
Dual Enrollment Information Night
Please mark which special events you have attended in the past
Growth Mindset/Executive Functioning Night with Revolution Prep
Coping Skills/Stress Management Night with Amy Head, LPC
College Fit/Admissions 101 with Rick Clark from GT
Financial Aid drop in session with Marcus Hilliard from GSFC
Skilled Trade Career Fair
Mini College Fairs (Students only)
For more information about counseling office communication and events, please visit our blog at:
Upcoming Events are in the top right corner, Presentations are under "counseling lessons by grade" and communication is under "additional information for parents"
Do you read Hound Highlights regularly?
You can Sign up for the Hound Highlights newsletter on the Pope PTSA website
and enter your email on the left side where it says SUBSCRIBE TO "HOUND HIGHLIGHTS" HERE
Please check items that you think are important for the Pope HS counselors to address regarding student ACADEMIC needs
Students who have been retained
Organizational help (using an agenda, backpack/notebook organization)
Making informed decisions
Short and long-term academic goals
Please list your #1 ACADEMIC topic from above
Please check items that you think are important for the Pope HS counselors to address regarding SELF-MANAGEMENT needs
Ability to overcome barriers/resilience
Ability to balance school, home, and other activities
Communicating with teachers/Self-advocacy
College research process
Career planning/Choosing a college major
Finding Scholarships/Financial Aid
Options after high school besides college
Please list your #1 SELF-MANAGEMENT need from above
Please check items that you think are important for the Pope HS counselors to address regarding SOCIAL needs
Stress Management and/or Anxiety
Drugs or alcohol (including vaping)
Social media maturity/Internet safety
Making friends/Fitting in
Respect for others/Diversity
Please list your #1 SOCIAL need from above
Are any of the above needs (academic, self-management, social) better addressed at home than at the school?
Please list any other topics or areas you believe would be important to be addressed by the Pope HS counselors through a workshop or small group that were not on the lists above
For example- coffee with a counselor, career information, adapting to changes/developing grit, peer mediation, mentoring, transitions, getting involved at school/in the community, college boot-camp, etc.
Please list the strengths of the Pope Counseling Dept.
Please list areas that you think need improvement in the Pope HS Counseling Dept.
Any additional comments or suggestions
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