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Program & Services

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School-Wide Activities
The school counselor's goal is to ensure that all students leave Lincoln Elementary School with the attitudes, knowledge, and skills to be successful in middle and high school, and in their post-secondary undertakings. In order to help with the development of these skills, the counselor will provide monthly activities and themes in academics, college and career, and social-emotional development.
 
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In-Class Instruction
As school counselors we provide in-class instruction to all students. The topics presented fall within the three ASCA domains: academic, social-emotional, and college and career.
 
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Group Counseling
Some topics are presented in small groups for 6-8 weeks to ensure that our students are gaining the necessary tools to be successful at Lincoln Elementary and in their transition to middle school.
 
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Individual Counseling
Based on student need, as school counselors, we provide 1:1 student counseling for academic, college and career, and social-emotional development.
 
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Additional Services Include:
Conflict Mediations
Consultations and Collaboration with school staff
Referrals and Community Resources
Parent Workshops
 
Our School Counseling Program Overview
As a data-driven comprehensive school counseling program, we function under a Multi-Tier Multi-Domain Systems of Support Model. Through this model, we provide our students with support in all 3 domains: academic, college and career, and social-emotional, based on their specific needs and school data.
Confidentiality Statement:
As school counselors, we maintain strict confidentiality in all our interactions. All meetings held with the school counselor will remain confidential unless the student gives permission to share information with related parties.
However, circumstances do arise where we must disclose information to appropriate professionals. Reasons for breaking confidentiality are but not limited to: a student is in danger of harming themselves, another individual, or if a student is in danger of being harmed by others.