The guidance staff provides a comprehensive guidance program that supports the mission of the school in partnership with local staff, families, and the community. Counselors will assist all students in acquiring the skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed to become effective students, responsible citizens, productive workers, and lifelong learners. The ultimate goal of the guidance program is for students to graduate with the competencies necessary to make self-directed, realistic and responsible decisions and to be successful contributors to society.
Counseling and guidance services are delivered as part of a team approach that requires professional school counselors who provide direct services to students and who are responsible for overall program direction and content.
- Guiding and counseling individual students and groups through the development of academic, personal/social, and career plans
- Counseling small groups and individuals in need
- Organizing and leading large group guidance units, session, and activities to assist teachers with student academic, personal/social, and career needs
- Referring students to appropriate community agencies for special services in consultation with their parents
- Coordinating the administration of state and local assessments and testing
The school counselor will work cooperatively and collaboratively with administrators, teachers, and district staff to follow the St. Lucie county K-12 Comprehensive Developmental Guidance Program.
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Students with last names beginning with: A -G
Tammie Christie, HS Guidance Counselor – email@example.com
Students with last names beginning with: H-M
Students with last names beginning with: N – Z
Grades 6 -8
Students with last names beginning with: A-L
Mary Fowler, MS Guidance Counselor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Students with last names beginning with: M-Z
Joe Crisci, Registrar
Lori Adams, Data Specialist
Susan Salvador, Guidance Clerk