Classroom guidance is structured lessons in the classroom that focus on knowledge of self and others (interpersonal and intrapersonal skills), academic skills, and career exploration and planning.  Classroom guidance is one way school counselors work with all students, providing classroom lessons in collaboration with classroom teachers.  Classroom guidance lessons are developmentally appropriate and structured to meet the needs of students in that particular grade level. 


In Grades 5 and 6, Ms. Spiro teaches individual classes on self-esteem, bullying, drugs and alcohol, and careers.  She is typically in classrooms one to two times per week throughout the school year.


In 7th grade & 8th grade, the Health and Wellness curriculum is facilitated by the Family and Consumer Science (FACS) Teacher, the Health Teacher, and the Fitness Instructor.  Substance abuse prevention is addressed in the Health class in 7th & 8th grade, Career Exploration in the FACS class for 7th grade and with Mrs. Gribben in Health class for 8th grade, and Interpersonal skills in the Fitness class.  Mrs. Pope teaches two hour-long classes on Bullying Prevention in individual classrooms to all 7th & 8th grade students annually, and will work with classroom teachers to provide lessons and support as issues arise.   

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