•  The Collaborative Process 

    Counselors, Intervention Counselors, Social Workers, and College and Career Readiness Specialists work together to support and maximize the academic and social/emotional well-being of all EMS students through a balanced and comprehensive counseling program.  Yearly content includes: 
    • Academic concerns and requirements
    • Personal Education Plans
    • College and Career awareness
    • Communication skills
    • Decision-making, goal-setting, planning, and problem-solving (conflict resolution)
    • Interpersonal relationships and social skills
    • Motivation to achieve, self-empowerment through self-understanding
    • Respect for others and appreciation of cultural differences
    • Suicide prevention
    • Mental wellness
    • Responsible behavior
    • Safety issues
    • Parent Information Meetings

    While school counselors can help students through a crisis and provide support on an as-needed basis, they do not provide long-term therapy. School counselors have been trained to identify possible mental health issues and refer parents and students to outside resources when needed.

Campus Counselors

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  • Boswell HS
  • Bryson ES
  • Chisholm Ridge ES
  • Chisholm Trail HS
  • CMS
  • Comanche Springs ES
  • Copper Creek ES
  • Creekview MS
  • Creekview MS | Wayside MS
  • Dozier ES
  • Eagle Mountain ES
  • Ed Willkie MS
  • Elkins ES
  • Gililland ES
  • Greenfield ES
  • Hafley DC
  • High Country ES
  • Highland MS
  • Lake Pointe ES
  • Marine Creek MS
  • NES, RPES, WCES
  • Northbrook ES
  • Parkview ES
  • Prairie Vista MS
  • Remington Point ES
  • Saginaw ES
  • Saginaw HS
  • Watson HS
  • Watson HS | ADC
  • Wayside MS
  • Willow Creek ES
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