Meadowview Counseling Program Mission & VisionOur school counseling program operates under the ASCA national model, which is the recently adopted state model for the highest-quality counseling programs. Operating under this model, our program strives to help each student succeed every day.
Aligning with our district mission, the counseling program at Meadowview strives to empower each student to find self-motivation to strive for academic, personal/social, and career success on a daily basis.
Students leave Meadowview prepared to continue to optimize their academic, career, and personal/social successes in life through the process of valuing lifelong learning, collaboration, critical thinking, and self-care.
Delivery of Services
Your school counselor works with students on a one-on-one basis as needed. Students may be referred for individual counseling by their classroom teacher, guardian(s), or themselves.
Occasionally, your school counselor will be coordinating small groups depending on the need. Topics for small groups may include, but are not limited to, family transitions, coping with grief, social skills, study skills, and friendship groups. Parents will be required to sign an informed consent prior to a child's participation in such a group.
Your school counselor teachers each class for each grade level once a week. The purpose of such lessons is to try and prevent problems before they occur. Topics will include bullying prevention, social skills, managing emotions, mindfulness, and career exploration. Information on weekly lessons can be found here.
The Big Three
Your school counselor provides support and services to promote academic, personal/social, and career readiness in ALL students.