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Counseling Standards

Standard 1

ENGAGE, ADVOCATE FOR AND SUPPORT ALL STUDENTS IN LEARNING

School counselors engage all students in a system of support programs, services,
activities and opportunities to ensure their learning and academic success.
School counselors assess the learning and academic needs of all students and
develop interventions to address those needs. School counselors identify
problems that impede learning at the earliest stages and implement strategies to
address these problems. School counselors advocate for and support student
achievement by promoting student motivation, positive interaction, and
educational choice.

Standard 2

PLAN, IMPLEMENT AND EVALUATE PROGRAMS TO PROMOTE ACADEMIC,
CAREER, PERSONAL, AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF ALL STUDENTS

School counselors utilize systems and organizational skills to design, plan, and
implement student-support programs to benefit all students. School counselors
apply multiple approaches to assess program outcomes and then use evaluation
data for continuous improvement. School counselors employ accepted guidance
models and current research findings to ensure effective leadership and
accountability for program outcomes.


Standard 3

UTILIZE MULTIPLE SOURCES OF INFORMATION TO MONITOR AND IMPROVE
STUDENT BEHAVIOR AND ACHIEVEMENT

School counselors assess and evaluate student attributes, behavior, and
achievement using a variety of resources and methods. School counselors
gather information to facilitate data-based decisions that promote student
academic, career, personal, and social development. School counselors interpret
and use data to work with individual students and their parents/guardians to develop
plans for educational
and personal success.

Standard 4

COLLABORATE AND COORDINATE WITH SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY RESOURCES

School counselors collaborate and coordinate with school staff, parents, local
community agencies, municipalities, businesses, and service organizations to
facilitate student development and ensure student success in school and in life. As
student advocates, school counselors develop effective working teams with school
staff, parents, and community members to eliminate personal, social, and
institutional barriers to academic development.

Standard 5

PROMOTE AND MAINTAIN A SAFE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS

School counselors evaluate their professional contributions and actively
engage in planning their professional development. School counselors
establish professional goals, pursue opportunities to develop professional
knowledge and skill, and participate in the extended professional community.
School counselors follow professional codes of ethics and legal mandates
while maintaining current knowledge of laws affecting the delivery of student
services. School counselors contribute to school activities, promote school
goals, and continually improve professional practice.

Standard 6

DEVELOP AS A PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELOR

School counselors evaluate their professional contributions and actively
engage in planning their professional development. School counselors
establish professional goals, pursue opportunities to develop professional
knowledge and skill, and participate in the extended professional community.
School counselors follow professional codes of ethics and legal mandates
while maintaining current knowledge of laws affecting the delivery of student
services. School counselors contribute to school activities, promote school
goals, and continually improve professional practice.







Contact

Michelle Myers, MS, PPS
School Counselor

2214 Pumalo Street
San Bernardino, CA 92404

Telephone: (909) 388-6534
Fax: (909) 862-3583

Monday - Friday
8:40 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
By Appointment


 

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