1 247 Main Street Newfield, NY District Comprehensive Counseling & Guidance Program
2 Dr. Cheryl Thomas, Superintendent Mrs. Vicki Volpicelli, Elementary Principal Mrs. Cathy Griggs, Middle School Principal Mrs. Robin Hawk, High School Principal Rick Pawlewicz, High School Counselor Colleen Markle, Middle School Counselor April 2015
3 Newfield Central School District Mission To educate, provide opportunities, and foster individual excellence in academic, vocational, fine arts and technical learning; To challenge every individual to strive for excellence as a way of life; To develop and nurture physical and emotional well-being, self-worth, personal integrity, moral and ethical values, and respect for self and others; To provide a safe, healthy environment and a positive, enthusiastic atmosphere; To promote community involvement and responsible citizenship in a diverse and changing world; and To encourage life-long learning. All stakeholders, including students, parents, employees, community members, school board members, and other governmental bodies, should be accountable to the Mission Statement.
4 NEWFIELD CENTRAL SCHOOL Guidance Department Mission/Vision Vision: Every student will acquire the academic, career and personal/social skills to reach their fullest educational potential and successfully manage their lives as healthy, responsible, competent and productive citizens who respect themselves and others. Mission: Our mission as school counselors is to provide a comprehensive, developmentally age-appropriate and sequential school counseling program that is aligned with the New York State Learning Standards and national (ASCA) and state (NYSSCA) standards. Goals: Counselors focus on the needs, interests, and issues related to the stages of student growth through academic, career and personal/social development. Counselors work in partnership with students, staff, family, community members and employers to prepare students to become effective learners, achieve success in school, live successful and rewarding lives, and develop into contributing members of our society. To foster student achievement for EVERY student. To implement a school counseling program which is data-driven, proactive, prevention-based, developmentally appropriate and supports school improvement. To promote and enhance the learning process for ALL students.
5 School Counseling National Domains and Standards The National Standards for School Counseling Programs facilitate student development in three board areas: academic development, career development and personal/social development. Following are the nine national standards adopted by New York State. Academic Development Standard A Students will acquire the attitudes, knowledge and skills contributing to effective learning in school and across the life span. Standard B Students will complete school with the academic preparation essential to choose from a wide range of substantial post-secondary options, including college. Standard C Students will understand the relationship of academics to the world of work and to life at home and in the community. Career Development Standard A Students will acquire the skills to investigate the world of work in relation to knowledge of self and to make informed career decision. Standard B Students will employ strategies to achieve future career success and satisfaction. Standard C Students will understand the relationship between personal qualities, education and training and the world of work. Personal/Social Development Standard A Students will acquire the attitudes, knowledge and interpersonal skills to help them understand and respect self and others. Standard B Students will make decisions, set goals and take necessary action to achieve goals. Standard C Students will understand safety and survival skills.
6 New York State Part 100 Regulations - School Counseling Programs As per the New York State Education Department, listed in Part 100 of the Commissioner's Regulations, school counseling/guidance programs are defined as follows: I) Public Schools: Each school district shall have a guidance program for all students. II) In grades k-6, the program shall be designed in coordination with the teaching staff to prepare students to participate effectively in their current and future educational programs, to help students who exhibit any attendance, academic, behavioral or adjustment problems, to education students concerning avoidance of child sexual abuse and to encourage parental involvement. III) In grades 7-12, the school counseling program shall include the following activities and services: A.) An annual review of each student's educational progress and career plans, with such reviews conducted with each student individually or with small groups by personnel certified or licensed as school counselors. B.) Instruction at each grade level to help students learn about various careers and about career planning skills conducted by personnel certified or licensed as school counselor, or by classroom teachers in cooperation with the school counselor. C.) Other advisory and individual or group counseling assistance to enable students to benefit from the curriculum to help students develop and implement postsecondary educational and career plans, to help students who exhibit any attendance, academic, behavioral or adjustment problems and to encourage parental involvement, provided that advisory assistance shall be provided by teachers or counselors or by certified teaching assistants under the supervision of counselors or teachers, and that such individual or group counseling shall be provided by certified or licensed school psychologists or certified or licensed school social workers in cooperation with certified and licensed school counselors. IV.) Each school district shall develop a district plan which sets forth the manner in which the district shall comply with the requirements of this subdivision. Such plan should be filed in the district offices and shall be available for review by any individual. The plan shall present program objectives, which describe expectations of what students will learn from the program; activities to accomplish the objectives; specifications of the staff members and other resources assigned to accomplish the objectives; provisions for the annual assessment of the program results.
7 Role Statement The professional school counselor is a certified/licensed educator trained in school counseling with unique qualifications and skills to address all students academic, personal/social and career development needs. Professional school counselors implement a comprehensive school counseling program that promotes and enhances student achievement. Professional school counselors are employed in middle and high schools and in district supervisory, counselor education, and post-secondary settings. Their work is differentiated by attention to developmental stages of student growth, including the needs, task and student interest related to those stages. Professional school counselors serve a vital role in maximizing student achievement. Incorporating leadership, advocacy and collaboration, professional school counselors promote equity and access to opportunities and rigorous educational experiences for all students. Professional school counselors support a safe learning environment and work to safeguard the human rights of all members of the school community. Collaborating with other stakeholders to promote student achievement, professional school counselors address the needs of all students through prevention and intervention programs that are a part of a comprehensive school counseling program. To achieve maximum program effectiveness, the American School Counselor Association recommends a counselor-to-student ratio of 1:250. Professional school counselors have a master s degree or higher in school counseling or the substantial equivalent, meet the state certification/licensure standards and abide by the laws of the state of New York. Resource:
8 ASCA National Standards for Students (COMPETENCIES AND INDICATORS) Academic Development ASCA National Standards for academic development guide school counseling programs to implement strategies and activities to support and maximize each student s ability to learn. Academic Standard A: Students will acquire the attitudes, knowledge and skills that contribute to effective learning in school and across the life span. A:A1 A:A1.1 A:A1.2 A:A1.3 A:A1.4 A:A1.5 A:A2 A:A2.1 A:A2.2 A:A2.3 A:A2.4 Improve Academic Self-concept Articulate feelings of competence and confidence as learners Display a positive interest in learning Take pride in work and achievement Accept mistakes as essential to the learning process Identify attitudes and behaviors that lead to successful learning Acquire Skills for Improving Learning Apply time-management and task-management skills Demonstrate how effort and persistence positively affect learning Use communications skills to know when and how to ask for help when needed Apply knowledge and learning styles to positively influence school performance
9 A:A3 A:A3.1 A:A3.2 A:A3.3 A:A3.4 A:A3.5 Achieve School Success Take responsibility for their actions Demonstrate the ability to work independently, as well as the ability to work cooperatively with other students Develop a broad range of interests and abilities Demonstrate dependability, productivity and initiative Share knowledge Academic Standard B: Students will complete school with the academic preparation essential to choose from a wide range of substantial post-secondary options, including college. A:B1 A:B1.1 A:B1.2 A:B1.3 A:B1.4 A:B1.5 A:B1.6 A:B1.7 A:B2 A:B2.1 A:B2.2 A:B2.3 A:B2.4 A:B2.5 A:B2.6 A:B2.7 Improve Learning Demonstrate the motivation to achieve individual potential Learn and apply critical-thinking skills Apply the study skills necessary for academic success at each level Seek information and support from faculty, staff, family and peers Organize and apply academic information from a variety of sources Use knowledge of learning styles to positively influence school performance Become a self-directed and independent learner Plan to Achieve Goals Establish challenging academic goals in elementary, middle and high school Use assessment results in educational planning Develop and implement annual plan of study to maximize academic ability and achievement Apply knowledge of aptitudes and interests to goal setting Use problem-solving and decision-making skills to assess progress toward educational goals Understand the relationship between classroom performance and success in school Identify post-secondary options consistent with interests, achievement, aptitude and abilities
10 Academic Standard C: Students will understand the relationship of academics to the world of work and to life at home and in the community. A:C1 A:C1.1 A:C1.2 A:C1.3 A:C1.4 A:C1.5 A:C1.6 Relate School to Life Experiences Demonstrate the ability to balance school, studies, extracurricular activities, leisure time and family life Seek co-curricular and community experiences to enhance the school experience Understand the relationship between learning and work Demonstrate an understanding of the value of lifelong learning as essential to seeking, obtaining and maintaining life goals Understand that school success is the preparation to make the transition from student to community member Understand how school success and academic achievement enhance future career and vocational opportunities
11 Career Development ASCA National Standards for career development guide school counseling programs to provide the foundation for the acquisition of skills, attitudes and knowledge that enable students to make a successful transition from school to the world of work, and from job to job across the life span. Career Standard A: Students will acquire the skills to investigate the world of work in relation to knowledge of self and to make informed career decisions. C:A1 C:A1.1 C:A1.2 C:A1.3. C:A1.4 C:A1.5 C:A1.6 C:A1.7 C:A1.8 C:A1.9 C:A1.10 C:A2 C:A2.1 C:A2.2 C:A2.3 C:A2.4 C:A2.5 C:A2.6 C:A2.7 C:A2.8 C:A2.9 Develop Career Awareness Develop skills to locate, evaluate and interpret career information Learn about the variety of traditional and nontraditional occupations Develop an awareness of personal abilities, skills, interests and motivations Learn how to interact and work cooperatively in teams Learn to make decisions Learn how to set goals Understand the importance of planning Pursue and develop competency in areas of interest Develop hobbies and vocational interests Balance between work and leisure time Develop Employment Readiness Acquire employability skills such as working on a team, problemsolving and organizational skills Apply job readiness skills to seek employment opportunities Demonstrate knowledge about the changing workplace Learn about the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees Learn to respect individual uniqueness in the workplace Learn how to write a résumé Develop a positive attitude toward work and learning Understand the importance of responsibility, dependability, punctuality, integrity and effort in the workplace Utilize time- and task-management skills
12 Career Standard B: Students will employ strategies to achieve future career goals with success and satisfaction. C:B1 C:B1.1 C:B1.2 C:B1.3 C:B1.4 C:B1.5 C:B1.6 C:B1.7 C:B1.8 C:B2 C:B2.1 C:B2.2 C:B2.3 C:B2.4 C:B2.5 Acquire Career Information Apply decision-making skills to career planning, course selection and career transition Identify personal skills, interests and abilities and relate them to current career choice Demonstrate knowledge of the career-planning process Know the various ways in which occupations can be classified Use research and information resources to obtain career information Learn to use the Internet to access career-planning information Describe traditional and nontraditional career choices and how they relate to career choice Understand how changing economic and societal needs influence employment trends and future training Identify Career Goals Demonstrate awareness of the education and training needed to achieve career goals Assess and modify their educational plan to support career Use employability and job readiness skills in internship, mentoring, shadowing and/or other work experience Select course work that is related to career interests Maintain a career-planning portfolio
13 Career Standard C: Students will understand the relationship between personal qualities, education, training and the world of work. C:C1 C:C1.1 C:C1.2 C:C1.3 C:C1.4 C:C1.5 C:C1.6 C:C1.7 C:C2 C:C2.1 C:C2.2 C:C2.3 C:C2.4 Acquire Knowledge to Achieve Career Goals Understand the relationship between educational achievement and career success Explain how work can help to achieve personal success and satisfaction Identify personal preferences and interests influencing career choice and success Understand that the changing workplace requires lifelong learning and acquiring new skills Describe the effect of work on lifestyle Understand the importance of equity and access in career choice Understand that work is an important and satisfying means of personal expression Apply Skills to Achieve Career Goals Demonstrate how interests, abilities and achievement relate to achieving personal, social, educational and career goals Learn how to use conflict management skills with peers and adults Learn to work cooperatively with others as a team member Apply academic and employment readiness skills in work based learning situations such as internships, shadowing and/or mentoring experiences
14 Personal/Social Development ASCA National Standards for personal/social development guide school counseling programs to provide the foundation for personal and social growth as students progress through school and into adulthood. Personal/Social Standard A: Students will acquire the knowledge, attitudes and interpersonal skills to help them understand and respect self and others. PS:A1 Acquire Self-knowledge PS:A1.1 Develop positive attitudes toward self as a unique and worthy person PS:A1.2 Identify values, attitudes and beliefs PS:A1.3 Learn the goal-setting process PS:A1.4 Understand change is a part of growth PS:A1.5 Identify and express feelings PS:A1.6 Distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate behavior PS:A1.7 Recognize personal boundaries, rights and privacy needs PS:A1.8 Understand the need for self-control and how to practice it PS:A1.9 Demonstrate cooperative behavior in groups PS:A1.10 Identify personal strengths and assets PS:A1.11 Identify and discuss changing personal and social roles PS:A1.12 Identify and recognize changing family roles PS:A2 PS:A2.1 PS:A2.2 PS:A2.3 PS:A2.4 PS:A2.5 PS:A2.6 PS:A2.7 PS:A2.8 Acquire Interpersonal Skills Recognize that everyone has rights and responsibilities Respect alternative points of view Recognize, accept, respect and appreciate individual differences Recognize, accept and appreciate ethnic and cultural diversity Recognize and respect differences in various family configurations Use effective communications skills Know that communication involves speaking, listening and nonverbal behavior Learn how to make and keep friends.
15 Personal/Social Standard B: Students will make decisions, set goals and take necessary action to achieve goals. PS:B1 PS:B1.1 PS:B1.2 PS:B1.3 PS:B1.4 PS:B1.5 PS:B1.6 PS:B1.7 PS:B1.8 PS:B1.9 PS:B1.10 PS:B1.11 PS:B1.12 Self-knowledge Application Use a decision-making and problem-solving model Understand consequences of decisions and choices Identify alternative solutions to a problem Develop effective coping skills for dealing with problems Demonstrate when, where and how to seek help for solving problems and making decisions Know how to apply conflict resolution skills Demonstrate a respect and appreciation for individual and cultural differences Know when peer pressure is influencing a decision Identify long- and short-term goals Identify alternative ways of achieving goals Use persistence and perseverance in acquiring knowledge and skills Develop an action plan to set and achieve realistic goals Personal/Social Standard C: Students will understand safety and survival skills. PS:C1 PS:C1.1 PS:C1.2 PS:C1.3 PS:C1.4 PS:C1.5 PS:C1.6 PS:C1.7 PS:C1.8 PS:C1.9 PS:C1.10 PS:C1.11 Acquire Personal Safety Skills Demonstrate knowledge of personal information (i.e., telephone number, home address, emergency contact) Learn about the relationship between rules, laws, safety and the protection of rights of the individual Learn about the differences between appropriate and inappropriate physical contact Demonstrate the ability to set boundaries, rights and personal privacy Differentiate between situations requiring peer support and situations requiring adult professional help Identify resource people in the school and community, and know how to seek their help Apply effective problem-solving and decision-making skills to make safe and healthy choices Learn about the emotional and physical dangers of substance use and abuse Learn how to cope with peer pressure Learn techniques for managing stress and conflict Learn coping skills for managing life events
16 School Counselor Performance Standards Standard 1: The professional school counselor plans, organizes and delivers the school counseling program. 1.1 A program is designed to meet the needs of the school. 1.2 The professional school counselor demonstrates interpersonal relationships with students. 1.3 The professional school counselor demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with educational staff. 1.4 The professional school counselor demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with parents or guardians. Standard 2: The professional school counselor implements the school guidance curriculum through the use of effective instructional skills and careful planning of structured group sessions for all students. 2.1 The professional school counselor teaches school guidance units effectively. 2.2 The professional school counselor develops materials and instructional strategies to meet student needs and school goals. 2.3 The professional school counselor encourages staff involvement to ensure the effective implementation of the school guidance curriculum. Standard 3: The professional school counselor implements the individual planning component by guiding individuals and groups of students and their parents or guardians through the development of educational and career plans. 3.1 The professional school counselor, in collaboration with parents or guardians, helps students establish goals and develop and use planning skills. 3.2 The professional school counselor demonstrates accurate and appropriate interpretation of assessment data and the presentation of relevant, unbiased information. Standard 4: The professional school counselor provides responsive services through the effective use of individual and small-group counseling, consultation and referral skills. 4.1 The professional school counselor counsels individual students and small groups of students with identified needs and concerns. 4.2 The professional school counselor consults effectively with parents or guardians, teachers, administrators and other relevant individuals. 4.3 The professional school counselor implements an effective referral process with administrators, teachers and other school personnel. Standard 5: The professional school counselor provides system support through effective school counseling program management and support for other educational programs. 5.1 The professional school counselor provides a comprehensive and balanced school counseling program in collaboration with school staff. 5.2 The professional school counselor provides support for other school programs.
17 Standard 6: The professional school counselor discusses the counseling department management system and the program action plans with the school administrator. 6.1 The professional school counselor discusses the qualities of the school counselor management system with the other members of the counseling staff and has agreement. 6.2 The professional school counselor discusses the program results anticipated when implementing the action plans for the school year. Standard 7: The professional school counselor is responsible for establishing and convening an advisory council for the school counseling program. 7.1 The professional school counselor meets with the advisory committee. 7.2 The professional school counselor reviews the school counseling program audit with the council. 7.3 The professional school counselor records meeting information. Standard 8: The professional school counselor collects and analyzes data to guide program direction and emphasis. 8.1 The professional school counselor uses school data to make decisions regarding student choice of classes and special programs. 8.2 The professional school counselor uses data from the counseling program to make decisions regarding program revisions. 8.3 The professional school counselor analyzes data to ensure every student has equity and access to a rigorous academic curriculum. 8.4 The professional school counselor understands and uses data to establish goals and activities to close the gap. Standard 9: The professional school counselor monitors the students on a regular basis as they progress in school. 9.1 The professional school counselor is accountable for monitoring every student s progress. 9.2 The professional school counselor implements monitoring systems appropriate to the individual school. 9.3 The professional school counselor develops appropriate interventions for students as needed and monitors their progress. Standard 10: The professional school counselor uses time and calendars to implement an efficient program The professional school counselor uses a master calendar to plan activities throughout the year The professional school counselor distributes the master calendar to parents or guardians, staff and students The professional school counselor posts a weekly or monthly calendar The professional school counselor analyzes time spent providing direct service to students.
18 Standard 11: The professional school counselor develops a results evaluation for the program The professional school counselor measures results attained from school guidance curriculum and closing the gap activities The professional school counselor works with members of the counseling team and with the principal to clarify how programs are evaluated and how results are shared The professional school counselor knows how to collect process, perception and results data. Standard 12: The professional school counselor conducts a yearly program audit The professional school counselor completes a program audit to determine the degrees to which the school counseling program is being implemented The professional school counselor shares the results of the program audit with the advisory council The professional school counselor uses the yearly audit to make changes in the school counseling program and calendar for the following year. Standard 13: The professional school counselor is a student advocate, leader, collaborator and a systems change agent The professional school counselor promotes academic success of every student The professional school counselor promotes equity and access for every student The professional school counselor takes a leadership role within the counseling department, the school setting and the community The professional school counselor understands reform issues and works to close the achievement gap The professional school counselor collaborates with teachers, parents and the community to promote academic success of students The professional school counselor builds effective teams by encouraging collaboration among all school staff The professional school counselor uses data to recommend systemic change in policy and procedures that limit or inhibit academic achievement.
19 Newfield Central School District Counseling Delivery System The Newfield Central School District's Comprehensive School Counseling Program is based on the core beliefs, philosophies and missions identified in the foundation. The delivery system describes the activities, interactions and methods necessary to deliver the programs to the school community. Newfield s Comprehensive School Counseling Programs integrate academic, career and personal/social development. The components of a comprehensive school counseling program include the school counseling curriculum, individual planning, responsive services, and systems support. School Counseling Curriculum: The guidance curriculum consists of structured developmental lessons to assist students in achieving the desired competencies and to provide all students with the knowledge and skills appropriate for their developmental level. The guidance curriculum is infused throughout the school's overall curriculum and is presented systematically through K-12 classroom instruction and group activities. Classroom activities: School Counselors present lesson in the classroom setting. Group activities: School Counselors may also conduct large group activities to address students' particular needs. Interdisciplinary activities: School Counselors participate in teams to develop curriculum across content areas. Career and College Awareness: School Counselors sponsor College and Career Awareness activities thought out the district. Individual Student Planning: School Counselors coordinate ongoing systematic activities designed to assist students individually in establishing personal goals and developing future plans. Case Management: School Counselors monitor individual student progress. Individual Appraisal: School Counselors use test information and other data to assist students in analyzing and evaluating their interests, skills, and abilities. Individual Advisement: School Counselors work directly with students on developing an appropriate educational plan. Placement: School Counselors assist students in determining the proper educational setting as they meet their academic and career goals. Responsive Services: Responsive services, which are the traditional duties of school counselors, consist of activities meeting individual student's immediate needs, usually necessitated by life events, situations and/or conditions in the student's life. These needs require counseling, consultation, referral, peer mediation and/or information. Consultation: School Counselors work with parents, teachers, students and other involved parties to develop strategies to assist students. Personal Counseling: Provides a student maximum privacy in which to freely explore ideas, feelings, and behaviors. Crisis Counseling: Provides prevention and interventions. Such counseling,is short term in nature addressing a particular student's concern. Referral: Counselors refer students and their families to appropriate community agencies when needed.
20 System Supports: Like an organized activity, a school counseling program requires administration and management to establish, maintain and enhance the total counseling program. Professional Development: School Counselors must update knowledge and skills by participating in training, professional meetings, conferences and relevant course work. Program Promotion: School Counselors provide orientation and information regarding the programs to the greater community via websites, counseling newsletters, and community presentations. Consultation with teachers and staff: School Counselors work with teachers and other staff members to provide information regarding the needs of a student. School Counselors should participate in district committees and in-service programs. Parent and Community Outreach: School Counselors provide ongoing support and information to the greater community regarding student needs. Research: School Counselors utilize research in the development of their programs and participate in research designed to improve their programs. Program Evaluation: School Counselors collect and analyze data to evaluate the program and continue updating program activities.
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