COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM 2020-2021
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COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL COUNSELING PROGRAM MAP
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TOWN OF WEBB UFSD
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DeliveryManagementAccountability
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*Program Activity or Service*Program ObjectiveStudent StandardTimelineStudent Focus*Staff & ResourcesDistrict/ Program Goal*Assessment
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ASCA StandardNYSED CDOS
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ELEMENTARY
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Academic
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In school tutorial services from teachers/aides AIS/RTI Services & After School ProgramProgram helps students who exhibit academic problemsAcademic: A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,COngoingK-5Teacher Resource Room Teacher Reading and Math Specialists Teacher Aides AIS InstructorHelp student with academic problems improve classroom work and report card gradesTeacher Observation Report Cards RTI Graphs
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Attendance Records on School ToolAdvisory assistance to help students who exhibit attendance problemsAcademic: A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,COngoingK-5 Students who have attendance problemsTeacher Nurse PrincipalStudents will improve their attendance rate as a result of the programSchool Tools Attendance Record
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Individual CounselingImprove Adjustment and focus to participate in academic activitiesPersonal/Social: A1.4, A1.5-8, A2.1, A2.2, A2.6-8, B1.2-6, C1.2-63a.2, 3a.3, 3a.4September-JuneK-5School Psychologist, Prevention Counselor, School CounselorImprove adjustment, transition and focusTeacher/Parent Reports
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Committee on Special Education (CSE) MeetingsDevelop IEPs and 504 Accommodation PlansSchool Counseling Curriculum3a, 3bAll YearVariesSchool Psychologist, School Counselor, Classroom Teacher, Principal, Resource Room Teacher, Supporting PersonnelImprove Academic Performance and TransitionsData Collection
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Child Study MeetingsTo discuss students who are struggling academically and/or emotionally and develop strategies and plans to assist themAcademic: A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,CAs NeededVaries CST Coordinator, School Psychologist, School Counselor, Classroom Teacher, Principal, Supporting PersonnelImproved student success both academically and emotionally through the use of collaboration amongst faculty, administration, and support staffGrades, Referrals, Follow up meeting information
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Encourage Parental Involvement Open House, Parent / Teacher Conference Meetings throughout the year Report to parents concerning student progressAcademic: A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,COn GoingK-5 ParentsTeachers Other: School Psychologist, Principal, CounselorParents will understand and support educational programs and goals for the child (ren)Grades Teacher observation
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6th Grade OrientationAllow students to meet their teachers, tour the school, Explanation of schedules and procedures, etc.Academic: ABC; Career ABC; Personal/Social ABCJune-1 Day & September Superintendent Day5School CounselorStudents will become familiar with the building and staff, etc. upon entering 6th gradeN/A
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Personal Social
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Positive Behavior Program Webb Way Student of the MonthsProgram reinforces positive behavior and acts of kindnessPersonal/Social A,B,COn goingK-5 Teachers Principal Webb Way Coordinator All Staff Students will strive to do good deedsAwards, plaques and prizes are given Ice cubes for good behavior
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Bullying PreventionIdentification and reduction of bullyingAcademic: A1.5; A2.4;A3, 1-2; B1.4; Career: C2.2-3; Personal/Social: A1.1-2, A1.4-8; A2.1-2; A2.6-8; B1.1-6; C1.2-7; C1.103a.1-3a.5September-JuneK-5School Counselor (DASA Coordinator), Principal, Classroom Teacher, School Psychologist, Prevention CounselorIdentify , report and reduce incidents of bullyingReduce number of DASA reports and referrals
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Problem Solving, Communication and Social SkillsStudents will become self-directed learnersAcademic: A1.4, A1.5, A2.2, A2.3, A3.1, A3.2, B1.4, B1.7; Career: C2.2, C2.3 Personal/Social: A1.4, A1.5-8, A2.1,A2.2,A2.6-8, B1.1-6, C1.2-63a.1-3a.8September-JuneK-5School Counselor (DASA Coordinator), Classroom Teacher, School Psychologist, Prevention CounselorSkills to be effective learnersObservation and reduction of DASA reports and referrals
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Group Counseling (Changing Families, Social Skills)Improve adjustment and focus to participate in academic activitiesPersonal/Social:P A1.4, A1. 5-8, A2.1, A2.2, A2.6-8, B1.1-6, C1.2-63a.2, 3a.3, 3a.4September-JuneK-5School Psychologist, Prevention Counselor, School CounselorImprove adjustment, transition and focusTeacher/Parent Reports
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Too Good for Drugs/ Life Skills PresentationsInformation about drugs, alcohol, and life skills are presented in the classrooms 10 lessons per gradePersonal/Social:P A1.4, A1. 5-8, A2.1, A2.2, A2.6-8, B1.1-6, C1.2-63a.2, 3a.3, 3a.4All YearK-5Prevention CounselorStudents will gain knowledge of information about drugs and strategies on how to "Say No"Pre and Post Tests
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Violence Prevention LessonsPeer mediation and conflict resolution methods are taught to the 5th graders Personal/Social:P A1.4, A1. 5-8, A2.1, A2.2, A2.6-8, B1.1-6, C1.2-63a.2, 3a.3, 3a.4Spring 10 Lessons5Community Dispute and Resolution Center CounselorStudents will gain knowledge of information and strategies that help with communicating with peers and conflict resolution methodsPre and Post Tests
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Meet the School CounselorTo have elementary students familiar with the school counselor and what services can be provided. Academic: A2.2, B1.4 Social: A1.5, A1.7, A2.6NovemberK-5School CounselorStudents become familiar with school counselor, where to find office, and what they can see the counselor for.N/A
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Parent OrientationProvide parents with an overview of the 6th grade programJune-1 Evening programParents of 5th GradersSchool Counselor PrincipalTo assist parents in becoming more familiar with the 6th grade programN/A
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College and Career Ready
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Research and Presentations on Career Interests -Individual career PlansStudents will identify and present current career interestsAcademic: A1.3-5, A2.2, A3.3, A3.5, B1.4, B2.1, B2.6, C1.3; Career: A1.2, A1.3, A1.6; B1.2, B1.5-7, B2.1; C1.3; Personal/Social: A1.1, A2.71.1, 2.1, 3bSeptember- JuneK-5Classroom Teacher, SpeakersIdentify areas of career interest and current goalsEvaluation
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Individual CounselingImprove Adjustment and focus to participate in academic activitiesPersonal/Social: A1.4, A1.5-8, A2.1, A2.2, A2.6-8, B1.2-6, C1.2-63a.2, 3a.3, 3a.4September-JuneK-5School Psychologist, Prevention Counselor, School CounselorImprove adjustment, transition and focusTeacher/Parent Reports
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Committee on Special Education (CSE) MeetingsDevelop IEPs and 504 Accommodation PlansSchool Counseling Curriculum3a, 3bAll YearVariesSchool Psychologist, School Counselor, Classroom Teacher, Principal, Resource Room Teacher, Supporting PersonnelImprove Academic Performance and TransitionsData Collection
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6-12 MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL
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Academic
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Meet individually with each student to provide an annual progress review plan which shall reflect their education progress and career plansTo assess how the student is benefiting from counseling activities and reflect on their education progress: including achievement, behavior, social and emotional development, and college/career knowledge and planning.Academic: ABC; Career ABC; Personal/social ABCJanuary- May6-12School CounselorIdentify areas of student's education progress that need to be addressed that haven'tProgress Review Plan (Appendix C)
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Attendance Records on School Tool Letters Home Home VisitsAdvisory assistance to help students who exhibit attendance problemsAcademic: A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,COngoing6-12 Students who have attendance problemsTeacher Nurse Principal TREATY Program through Catholic Charities CPSStudents will improve their attendance rate as a result of the programSchool Tools Attendance Record
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Counseling Office Website & Google ClassroomsMaintain WebsiteSchool Counseling CurriculumOngoingK-12School Counselor and School Counseling Office Administrative AssistantProvide Current InformationWebsite Visits
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Coordinate the planning of the PRE-ACT to sophomores, facilitate the pre-administration and interest inventory, facilitate the exam, and use the results in individual career/ scheduling meetings with studentsGain knowledge about personal interests and academic ability scores and relate them to career exploration and future planningAcademic: ABC; Career ABC; Personal/social ABC1.1, 2.1, 3a, 3bMay10School CounselorGain knowledge about personal interests and aptitude abilities, good practice for taking the ACT during their junior year.PRE-ACT Results
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Advanced Placement ExamsOrder the exams and complete AP Coordinator materials. Facilitate the pre-exam administration materials and Administer 5 AP Exams to students, bundle and return completed exams to AP CentralAcademic: ABCMayVariesSchool CounselorStudents will use scores for college course placements if relevantAP Exam Scores
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New Student OrientationTo assist new students in becoming familiar with the building and our school programs, etc.Academic: A,B,CAs NeededVaries 6-12, Inlet StudentsSchool CounselorNew students will feel more comfortable when starting schoolDatabase of Date/Time/ Grade Levels
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Parent/Teacher Conferences Consulting and communicating with parents via email and phone callsTo increase communication between parents and teachers regarding a student's academic and social progressResponsive Services As NeededFall 6th grade, 7-12 VariesSchool Counselor, TeachersImproved communication between parents and staffN/A
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CSE MeetingsTo discuss programming and needs for our special education population: 504's and IEPsAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,CAs NeededVaries 6-12School Psychologist, School Counselor, Classroom Teacher, Principal, Resource Room Teacher, Supporting PersonnelTo provide the best possible program to our special education populationN/A
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In school tutorial services from teachers/aides AIS/RTI Services & After School MASSH ProgramProgram helps students who exhibit academic problemsAcademic: A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,COngoing6-12Teacher Resource Room Teacher Teacher Aides AIS InstructorHelp student with academic problems improve classroom work and report card gradesTeacher Observation Report Cards MASSH List
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Coordination of materials needed for referrals to the Child Study Team. Provide appropriate resources to support student successAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,C1.2, 2.1, 3a, 3bAll YearVariesSchool Counselor CST Coordinator CSE OfficeProvide appropriate resources to support student successN/A
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Child Study Meetings Collaborate on implementation of suggested interventionsTo discuss students who are struggling academically and/or emotionally and develop strategies and plans to assist themAcademic: A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,CAs NeededVariesCST Coordinator, School Psychologist, School Counselor, Classroom Teacher, Principal, Supporting PersonnelImproved student success both academically and emotionally through the use of collaboration amongst faculty, administration, and support staffGrades, Referrals, Follow up meeting information
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Resolve all building scheduling conflicts and balance classesMaster ScheduleAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,COngoingSchool CounselorSchedulingN/A
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Input Course SelectionsInputting course selections to help administration determine course size and sections neededAcademic: A, B, CAnnually6-12School CounselorSchedulingN/A
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SchedulingMaster ScheduleAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,COngoing6-12School Counselor PrincipalSchedulingN/A
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Academic CounselingImprovement of student successAcademic: A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,COngoing6-12School CounselorImprove student academic successMASSH List
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8th Grade High School PresentationsDiscuss course selection; graduation requirements and opportunities available during 9-12 grades. Career and College PlanningAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,CPresentations in FCS classes8School CounselorStudents will be made aware of graduation requirements, courses they will take in 9th grade, and gain knowledge of the Counseling Office webpage career and college planning websitesN/A
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Meet with students individually (Parents are invited) for annual review and course selection, reviewing transcripts, and planning academic programFacilitate successful academic, college and career planningAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,C6-11School CounselorFacilitate successful academic, college and career planning Database of Date/Time/ Grade Levels
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Meet with juniors and their parents for post graduation plans, review of transcript and senior year course selectionsFacilitate successful academic, college and career planningAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,CDecember - January11School CounselorFacilitate successful academic, college and career planning Database of Date/Time/ Grade Levels
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Academic Counseling: progress reports and report card grades/ struggling learners throughout the year. Students at risk of failing gradesMeet with students to gain a better understanding of why they are struggling and together develop a plan for successAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,C1.1, 2.1, 3aPer quarter9-12School Counselor, School Psychologist, Resource Teachers, PrincipalDevelop a plan for successMASSH List
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Registration of new entrants: reviewing transcripts, planning academic program, communicating with previous school, and disseminating pertinent information to teachers, administrators, and support staffCreate an attainable academic plan and programAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,C1.1,2.1, 3a, 3bAll YearVariesSchool Counselor, Counseling Office Administrative AssistantFacilitate successful academic placementN/A
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New Student Orientation- Tour, Student Handbook information, schedule, assign student helpers. Follow up meetings to monitor their transitionTransition StudentAcademic: A, B, C Personal/Social A,B,C3aOn GoingVariesSchool Counselor Counseling Office Administrative AssistantSuccessful TransitionDatabase of Date/Time/ Grade Levels
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Special Programs: ACES, HGSTC BOCESTo enroll students in special programs/ trade programsAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,CAs NeededVariesSchool CounselorStudents will be placed in appropriate programs based on their individual needsObservation
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SSD Coordinator for Students with 504/IEP's that need their accommodations for the SAT and ACT examsCollect documentation to support CSE students for their SAT and ACT examsAcademic A, B, CAs needed11, 12School Counselor School Psychologists assists when neededStudents will receive their accommodations to better their scores on the SAT and ACT examsN/A
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HCCC College Now Dual Credit CoursesCoordinate teacher registration and student registrations, grades, and conduct course presentationsAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; 1.1, 2.1, 3a, 3bSeptember and JanuaryVariesSchool Counselor School Counseling Office Administrative AssistantIncrease academic rigor for students to gain college credit if relevant
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Regents ExamsEnsure all students are scheduled for appropriate regents exam testing and reviewing properlyAcademic A, B, CJanuary, June, AugustVariesSchool Counselor, Counseling Office Administrative Assistant, PrincipalStudent improvement in the areas testedIncrease in Regents scores
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Summer School Registration Promotion & Retention MeetingsStudents who qualify for summer school will be registered. Students in 6-8 Parent MeetingsAcademic ABC, Career ABC, Personal/Social ABCJuneVariesSchool Counselor School Psychologist PrincipalImprove student knowledge of courses before the next school year and gain credit(s) towards graduationSummer School Grades
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Positive Behavior Program Webb Way Wall of DistinctionProgram reinforces positive behavior and acts of kindnessPersonal/Social A,B,COn goingK-12Teachers Principal Webb Way Coordinator All Staff Students will strive to do good deeds & less discipline referrals Awards, Chain links given for good behavior, Prizes for no referrals
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DASA Class MeetingsDiscuss the Dignity for All Students Act to provide them the knowledge of how and who to report incidences of bullying and harassment Academic; A2, A3, B1; Personal/Social A1First/second day of school6-12School Counselor (DASA Coordinator) PrincipalStudents will gain an understanding of what DASA is and know how to report incidencesDatabase of Date/Time/ Grade Levels-Curriculum Outline
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Individual CounselingTo assist students with any issues that they may have both in school and in the homeAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,CAs NeededVaries 6-12School Counselor, School Psychologist, Prevention CounselorImproved student success socially, behaviorally, and academicallyDatabase of Date/Time/ Grade Levels
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Crisis CounselingTo assist students who are in crisis by providing them a safe, calming environmentDepends on topic of counselingAs NeededVariesSchool Counselor, School Psychologist, Prevention Counselor, Neighborhood Center CounselorStudent is escalated and returned to routine as soon as possible or referred to MCAT or CPS/outside assistanceDatabase of Date/Time/ Grade Levels
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Consult with external education/health facilitiesAssist students in connecting with outside servicesResponsive services3a, 3bAll YearK-12School Counselor, School Psychologist. Prevention CounselorDevelop appropriate school resourcesDatabase of Date/Time/ Grade Levels
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Too Good for Drugs/ Life Skills PresentationsInformation about drugs, alcohol, and life skills are presented in the classrooms 10 lessons per gradePersonal/Social:P A1.4, A1. 5-8, A2.1, A2.2, A2.6-8, B1.1-6, C1.2-63a.2, 3a.3, 3a.4All Year6-8Prevention CounselorStudents will gain knowledge of information about drugs and strategies on how to "Say No"Pre and Post Tests
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Counsel Students with Social and Emotional Issues, consult with various supports both inside and outside school and collaborate with parents, teachers and administrationSupport Academic SuccessAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,C2.1All Year6-12School Counselor, School Psychologist. Prevention CounselorSupport academic success of studentsDatabase of Date/Time/ Grade Levels
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Behavior Management PlansPlans will be put in place to assist student with their day to day interactions in the classroom and the buildingAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,COngoingVariesSchool Counselor, School Psychologist, Resource Teachers, Prevention CounselorTo decrease behaviors in the classroom and improve student successReferrals, Report Cards, DASA Reports
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Bullying Prevention /Classroom PresentationsFewer incidents of reported bullyingAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,C2.1All YearVariesSchool Counselor (DASA Coordinator) Bully PreventionDASA Reports
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Sources of Strength Program Suicide/Depression Prevention programPeers (SOS members) help other students recognize and build upon their source(s) of strength via individual contact and school-wide activities Personal/Social A, B, CSeptember- JuneVariesSOS Students Five advisors- RR Teacher, School Psychologist, School Counselor, Prevention Counselor, and TeacherStudents will connect with the SOS students and draw upon their source(s) of strengthObservation
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Yellow Ribbon CampaignSuicide awarness program intended to help students know how to help friends that may be struggling. Students learn warning signs and specific ways to help get freinds to people that can help them. Social: A1.6, A2.1, A2.6, B1.4, B1.8, C1.2, C1.5, C1.6, C1.7Yearly, in PE classes6-12School CounselorSuport mental health for students and to help empower students to be able to get help for friends when adults are not around.N/A
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Career Exploration - Career DevelopmentStudents will be exposed to a variety of career related lessons and activities Academic: ABC; Career ABC; September- June6-8FCS Teacher School CounselorTo improve a student's knowledge of careers and the world of workN/A
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BOCES Career DayStudents will participate in a career assessment and tour the CTE programs and learn about careers in those fieldsCareer ABCFebruary8School Counselor FCS TeacherTo improve a student's knowledge of careers and the world of workPre/Post Survey
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HCCC Career DayStudents interact with five different people who work in different career fields to learn about what they do and the education was needed for that careerCareer ABCMarch9School CounselorTo improve a student's knowledge of careers and the world of work
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Coordinate the planning of the PSAT to juniors, facilitate the pre-administration and interest inventory, facilitate the exam, and use the results in individual career/scheduling meetings with students and their parents in December. This also kicks off junior college planning meeting in classes.Gain knowledge about personal interests and academic ability scores and relate them to career exploration and future planningAcademic: ABC; Career ABC; Personal/social ABC1.1, 2.1, 3a, 3bOctober11School CounselorGain knowledge about personal interests and aptitude abilities, good practice for taking the SAT in spring of their junior year.PSAT Results
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Coordinate the planning of the ASVAB exam to juniors. Assist in the DLL presentation of the career assessment test and explanation of results to students and then explain the results at their parent meeting in DecemberGain knowledge about personal interests and academic ability scores and relate them to career exploration and future planningAcademic: ABC; Career ABC; Personal/social ABC1.1, 2.1, 3a, 3bNovember11School Counselor ASVAB CoordinatorGain knowledge about personal interests and aptitude abilitiesASVAB Results
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8th/11th Grade Employability Profiles8th grad teachers fill out a google form and give ratings on employabiity traits and habits to give students an overall idea of what they are strong in and what they need to strengthen to be a member of the work force. We repeat this in 11th grade with the same form to show growth and job readiness as students near graduation. Academic: C1.3, Career A: A2, A2.2, B: B1.2 Social: A1, A1.10, 1A, 3, B1, 2A, March-April8 & 11School Counselor TeachersHelp students be ready for the world of work and see their own level of skills.Google form makes a nice visual graphic to be used to show original employabilty readiness and also to compare it to after the 11th grade update.
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10th Grade BOCES Presentation and Tour of CTE ProgramsTo make students aware of what technology programs are available to them in 11th gradeAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,CJanuary10School Counselor HGSTC Career CounselorStudents will know if they want to attend a BOCES program their junior yearBOCES Applications
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Presentations in classrooms (and individual student meetings) on the College Search and College Admissions ProcessIncrease knowledge on college search, admissions process and post-secondary plansAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,C1.1, 2.1, 3a, 3b2nd Semester Junior Year and Fall Senior Year10,11,12School CounselorAssist students in preparing for their futurePre and Post Test
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College Fairs-Fall Juniors and Seniors; JCC, HCCC, or National College Fair in SyracuseOpportunity for students to meet admissions counselors and gain information about colleges and universitiesAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,C1.1, 2.1, 3a, Fall and Spring11,12School CounselorExplore information about colleges and universities and trade schoolsPost Survey
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College Admission Counselor Visits and ToursGain knowledge about collegesAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,C1.1, 2.1, 3a, Throughout the Year10,11,12School Counselor College Admission CounselorsImprove knowledge of post secondary opportunitiesQuestions about college
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FAFSA/ Financial Aid and Scholarship and Loan Information Provide information and individual assistance related to financial aid and scholarshipsSchool Counseling Curriculum1.1, 2.1, 3a, 3bOctober Student/Parent Informational Meeting/ On Going Individual Assistance10, 11, 12School Counselor, Financial Aid Director/ Utica College, 509 Loan RepresentativeTo become knowledgeable about the Financial Aid ProcessN/A
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Distribution and Explanation of Junior Awards and Scholarships for Graduating SeniorsProvide students with Scholarship opportunitiesAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,C1.1, 2.1, 3a, 3bOn Going11, 12School Counselor, Counseling Office Administrative AssistantProvide appropriate resources to support students after graduationN/A
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Processing of College Applications, forms, and writing of letters of recommendationSupport of Students' post high school plansAcademic: A,B,C; Career A,B,C; Personal/Social: A,B,C1.1, 2.1, 3a, 3bAll Year12School Counselor Counseling Office Administrative AssistantSupport of students' post high school plansSurvey
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ESCO InternshipsSeniors are allowed the opportunity to intern in the school or community in areas of demonstrated career interest to help them gain information they need to make career choices. Academic A: A2.1, A3.2, A3.5, B1.2, B1.4, B2.9 Career: A1, A1.1, A1.4, A2, A2.3, A2.8, A2.9, B1, B1.2, C1, C2.2, C2.3, C2.41A, 1BWeekly meetings, and ESCO periods in schedule during school day12FCS Teacher School CounselorGive students real exposure to careers, allow them to grow and develop job skills, learn to work as part of a team, manage time, and use employability skills.Weekly ESCO class meeting and evaluations by teacher.
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Freshmen Wake-Up Call9th grade students will learn that grades in high school are connected to college and career choices and outcomes. They will learn the importance of a strong transcript, community service,and extra curricular involvement so they are motivated to try their best and make a strong record for themselves.
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