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  1. Planning:
  2. Actively identifying and addressing systemic barriers to learning.
  3. Conducting needs assessment and progress monitoring.
  4. Developing, implementing and evaluating programs that address educational and behavioral concerns.
  5. Training staff in evidence-based strategies, in addition to the implementation, and evaluation of RTI practices.
  6. Providing administrators and staff with resources that promote cultural awareness as it relates to how students with behavior and social problems         can achieve academic success.
  7. Evaluating student progress specific to behavioral, emotional, and mental health concerns and the effects on academic progress.
  8. Serve as a liaison to families, the community members and other stakeholders to ensuring constant communication.
  9. Facilitating the delivery of educational and mental health services with and by community agencies and service providers. 
  10. Continuing professional growth through educational meetings and workshops, visiting related facilities, reading professional literature, and         exchanging ideas among the district staff. 
  11. Supporting special education administrators and teachers with the planning and developing of ESY program.
  12. Actively participating as a member of the team for developing and implementing of “mainstreaming procedures”.


  1. Providing Services to Students:
  2. Participating as a team member in the identification of social / behavioral problems.
  3. Designing, implementing, and following up on behavioral management programs for students to remediate behavioral and social problems.
  4. Participating in the development of the individual educational programs for these students.
  5. Participating as a team member in the evaluation of student progress.
  6. Providing individual and group counseling to these students on a regular basis to include socialization activities (e.g., reality therapy, play therapy, etc.)
  7. Developing and maintaining psychosocial and behavioral data on these students.
  8. Assisting other professionals with student crisis intervention.
  9. Participating in early intervention initiatives by connecting struggling learners to resources.
  10. Ongoing progress monitoring.
  11. Comprehensive formal and informal ecological assessment including academic functioning, social/emotional and mental health functioning, adaptive/maladaptive functioning and family and community interactions.
  12. Developing of positive behavioral interventions and supports.
  13. Designing and monitoring individualized Behavioral Intervention Plans.
  14. Comprehensive family service.


  1. Providing Services to Teachers:
  2. Planning and collaborating with the classroom teachers who have students with behavioral or social problems as requested.
  3. Developing and conducting in-service activities regarding techniques for remediating behavioral, social or personal problems of students.
  4. Assisting the teacher of these students with the development of crisis prevention plans.
  5. Providing training for paraprofessionals with the programs in the areas of behavior management skills.


  1. Providing Services to Parents:
    1. Coordinating and conducting individual education and counseling sessions with the parents of the students being serviced.
    2. Assisting parents with obtaining community resources available for the students and their families.
    3. Updating and maintaining information concerning parent training.
    4. Assisting in developing and maintaining home-school relations in crisis situations with these students.





  1. Reporting:
  2. Assisting in the development and implementation of reporting systems to parents.
  3. Completing reports for appropriate local and state educational agencies.
  4. Participating as a team member in referring those students who require further evaluation or follow-up services to the appropriate school personnel or community agencies.


  1. Professional Educators License – with School Counselor Endorsement
  2. Master’s degree in School Counseling
  3. Graduate work beyond the Master’s degree.
  4. Experience in a like position.
  5. Professional Certification and / or Professional Licensure (LCSW, LCPC)
  6. School Counselors are highly trained professional who    can assist systems to make the transition from ensuring access (e.g. through Child Find) to demand for results.  Assessing needs and developing, implementing, and evaluation new modes of service delivery are intended to     increase the education success of all students.  This employee is responsible for generating implementing programs to remediate behavioral and social problems for students eligible for severely emotionally disturbed and autistic programs; (s) he is also available for consultation and direct services to school personnel and parents of these students.  Emotionally handicapped and mentally handicapped students with severe disruptive behaviors in designated schools are also eligible for these services

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Start Date

1/9/2020 11:06:45 AM