Patterson Elementary: Manage
ASCA National Model: Manage
School counselors incorporate organizational tools and assessments designed to guide, target, structure and construct a school counseling program to get results. The assessments and tools help school counselors develop, implement and assess their school counseling program based on clearly defined priorities reflecting student needs.
"The mission of the Patterson Elementary Comprehensive School Counseling Program is to advocate for the needs of all students, implement proactive and developmentally appropriate interventions and support, and to provide each student with the resources to succeed in the classroom and beyond."
"The Patterson Elementary Comprehensive School Counseling Program collaborates with educators, families, and community stakeholders in order to create a supportive, engaging, and diverse environment that enables each student to grow in positive self-concept, develop healthy and fulfilling relationships, and become responsible citizens. Our students are life-long learners who will have the necessary skills to meet and overcome adversity and make a positive difference in our world."
- Every student can learn, and every student can succeed.
- Every student should have access to and opportunity for a high-quality education.
- Every student should graduate from high school prepared for postsecondary opportunities.
- Every student should have access to a school counseling program
- Effective school counseling is a collaborative process involving school counselors, students, families, teachers, administrators and education stakeholders.
- School counselors are leaders in the school, district, state and nation.
- Comprehensive school counseling programs promote and enhance student academic, career and social/emotional outcomes.
Mrs. Schultz's Weekly Calendar
*Calendar is subject to change.
School Counseling Advisory Council
The Advisory Council is a representative group of stakeholders selected to review and advise on the implementation of the school counseling program. It is explicitly focused on the school counseling program and gives a voice to stakeholders through dialogue and critique.
The Advisory Council will meet in the Patterson Elementary Library on the following dates:
- August 4, 2020
- November 3, 2020
- February 2, 2021
- May 11, 2021
If you would like to attend an Advisory Council meeting or obtain information on how to become a member, please contact Meghan Schultz (School Counselor).Advisory Council Members:
- Meghan Schultz (School Counselor)
- Sarah Stephens (Principal)
- Elizabeth Sacco (Assistant Principal)
- Nichole Manmano (Kindergarten Teacher)
- Khedra Jones (1st Grade Teacher)
- Brenda Barz (2nd Grade Teacher)
- Amy Packer (3rd Grade Teacher)
- Ty Glander (4th Grade Teacher)
- Mary Chase (5th Grade Teacher)
- Daphne Medina (6th Grade Teacher)
- Buffy Park (PE Teacher)
Patterson Elementary Comprehensive School Counseling Program Logic Model
Annual Administrative Conference
The school counselor and administrator have an Annual Administrative Conference prior to the start of the academic year to come to a consensus regarding focus, goals, and arrangment of the comprehensive school counseling program. Additionally, it allows them to determine how those goals will work alongside those of Patterson Elementary to promote positive change in all students.