Eric Nentrup introduces readers to Foster Success, an organization looking to fill a gap for young people in the foster care system.
Student Service Professionals
Some view the research paper as a rite of passage. Adam explores a way to have students master the same standards in a more engaging way.
In this presentation you will be given a brief overview of the background for three different Indiana school corporation’s Comprehensive School Counseling journeys. You will then be able to select the breakout room for the school corporation that aligns best with your school’s current level of implementation. Laura will be presenting and answering questions on getting your school started with the Comprehensive School Counseling Model, Brooke will present and answer questions for schools that are a few years into implementation, and Stephanie will present and answer questions for schools that are 5+ years into this process.
Keeping up with legislative changes is a challenge. Samantha highlights 10 it is critical for school counselors to be aware of this fall.
All of us wish we had time to squeeze in the “real world” lessons we know students will need in addition to our content. Kaley has ideas & resources to make that a reality!
Lizette Baumann breaks down the Carrying the Torch program and shows how attainable this distinction is.
While we like to think summer is ice cream trucks & running through sprinklers, it can hold unique challenges for students & families. Annie shares tips & resources for people of all ages.
The journey to become a trauma-informed school is not a short one. Trudi Wolfe wraps up her four part series exploring the impact of this process.
Kick off & celebrate National School Counselor Week! In a time when school counselors are likened to the “junk drawer” of the school, and social-emotional learning is politicized to be divisive, and youth mental health concerns are on the rise, writer Melissa Cook Rarick dreams of the school counseling profession being better understood and celebrated for what it can do.
Samantha Vidal continues her series helping K-6 counselors use data. It’s there! You just need to know where to look!