Counseling

Student Services

Isabella Romance, School Psychologist Intern (not pictured) Ehvyn Wilson, School Social Worker (not pictured)

Counseling

Tiffany Ker School Counselor         Liz Meydenbauer School Counselor       Counseling ABC’s of Success Academic Support Classroom Guidance:  The Counselor teaches a minimum of six guidance lessons in each classroom. Lessons are developmentally appropriate and align with the Virginia Standards of Learning as well as the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) standards. Topics include character development, bullying, […]

Helpful Links

ANXIETY Helping Kids with School-Based Anxiety: Counter-Intuitive Skills and Techniques – Dr. Jonathan Dalton https://vimeo.com/371412637/727b98c565 PARENTING The National Parenting Center covering medical, educational, and behavioral issues. http://www.tnpc.com/ Support community for parenting gifted and talented children http://www.gtworld.org/ Resources for helping gifted children at home and in class http://www.hoagiesgifted.org/ Interactive guide to learning disabilities for parents, teachers, […]

Talking About Violence

Below are some resources from the National Association of School Psychologists that you can use when talking to your child about violence.  Talking About Violence – English  Talking About Violence – Spanish  Talking About Violence – Amharic Talking About Violence – Vietnamese  

Counselor’s Role

The school counseling program covers three areas of student development: academic, career, and personal/social. The program reflects the progression of student’s skills in these areas across the kindergarten through grade 5 years. The Counselor may deliver services through a variety of methods: Individual Counseling In a confidential setting, the professional school counselor employs specific counseling techniques to […]