Tennessee Comprehensive School Counseling Programs provide educational support for all students by promoting and facilitating their academic, personal/social, and career development.
School counseling is an integral part of the school program. The Tennessee Model for Comprehensive School Counseling model is developmental and sequential. It is implemented by licensed school counselors with the support of teachers, administrators, support personnel, students, parents, and community members. The school counseling program belongs to everyone and serves all students.
Regina Bond – Huntsville Elementary, Huntsville Middle, and Winfield Elementary - 423.663.2192
Maria Bruce – Burchfield Elementary, Fairview Elementary, and Robbins Elementary - 423.663.2159
Kim Hammock - Scott High School, 11th and 12th Grade - 423.663.2801
Anna Hull – Scott High School, 9th and 10th Grade - 423.663.2801
The Role of the School Counselor:
*To counsel with students individually and in small groups
*To present developmental lessons in the classroom and in small groups
*To serve as a student advocate
*To consult with teachers, administrators, school support personnel, and parents.
*To participate in school meetings
*To provide staff development (if needed) in identified areas of need and in orientation to the school counseling program
*To provide leadership in career development of all students
*To coordinate school activities pertaining to the school counseling program
*To facilitate the evaluation of the school counseling program
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