• f
     
     
    WELCOME TO STRAYER GUIDANCE
     
     

     

    The mission of the School Counseling Program at Strayer Middle School is to provide a comprehensive program that addresses the academic, personal, social, and emotional, development of all students. As school counselors we provide assistance for “at-risk” and special needs students, as well as students performing below grade level. The role of the school counselor is to be an advocate for all students by enhancing the overall school climate. Through our Strayer Strong program and a collaborative approach we work to create an environment where effective learning can take place. This environment will enhance academic achievement and student potential. As school counselors we work in partnership with other educators, parents/guardians, and community contacts to support students. This partnership will help ensure that all students at Strayer Middle School have the opportunities they need to acquire the knowledge and skills to meet their highest potential, become lifelong learners, and responsible, contributing, citizens in our society.

     
     
     

    Our goal as school counselors is to provide a comprehensive guidance program that will assist all students in acquiring the skills, knowledge, and attitudes, needed to become effective students, responsible citizens, productive individuals, and lifelong learners.

     
     
    Our comprehensive school counseling program is developmentally designed to serve all students and include the following services:
     
    Some of the supports we offer are........
     
    1. Counseling Services
     
    *     Individual
    *     Group
    *     SAP Crisis Intervention and Prevention
    *     Referrals from Students (self), Parents, Teachers, or others
    *     Conflict Resolution
    *     Transition Support into Middle school and High school
    *     New Student Orientation
    *     Bully Prevention and Intervention
     
    2. Classroom Guidance Services
     
    *     AcademicPlanning/ Course Selection
    *     Career Awareness
    *     Personal/Social/ Emotional Development Skills
    *     Leadership Skills
     
    3. Consultation Services
     
    *     Parents, Teachers, Administrators, Community agencies, and Specialists
    *     Coordination of Testing
    *     Academic Planning
    *     Peer Facilitator Programs
    *     Referrals to Community agencies and Counseling services
    *     Support and Information for Families in need
    *     Student and Parent education