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Duties

To guide and counsel individuals and groups of students through the development of educational and career plans, which may include: 

  1. Meeting with students whose names appear on the low grade list for each marking period and, if appropriate, formulating a plan of action for success involving the student and the parent; 2. Planning and/or promoting programs which enhance the academic, social or emotional growth of students, e.g., Curriculum Fair, Career Fair, Underclass Honors Assembly & Senior Honors Program, Graduation, opportunities for student enrichment and/or remediation, scholarship opportunities and parent informational programs 
  2. Meeting with seniors once each semester and mailing updates on their graduation status to their parents
  3. Working with students who have discipline, attendance and academic problems and are referred by teachers, parents or administrators
  4. Ensuring that students are aware of requirements for graduation and college admission
  5. Guiding each student to choose courses consistent with his/her interests, abilities and career plans
  6. Helping students develop post-secondary educational plans in accordance with their interests, abilities and career plans
  7. Assisting students with the completion of college admissions applications
  8. Organizing and promoting standardized assessment opportunities and interpreting test results to students and/or parents on request
  9. Assisting the principal in the preparation of diploma lists and identification of honor graduates in preparation for the Honors Program and Graduation
  10. Assuring that appropriate, accurate information is maintained in each student’s permanent, cumulative record
  11. Making necessary schedule changes for individual students that are both appropriate for their abilities and aligned with their educational and career plans.  
  12. To facilitate small groups for individual students with identified, common needsTo consult with and serve as a resource for students, staff and parents regarding developmental needs of students, which may include:
  13. Identification and referral of students for Child Study Meetings 
  14. Creation and oversight of Section 504 plans
  15. Active participation in Special Education meetings 
  16. To evaluate and revise the building guidance and counseling program
  17. To assist in the development of a District Assessment Program and the interpretation of testing and assessment results related to career guidance 
  18. To continue personal professional growth and development  
  19. Other duties as assigned by the administration 

Qualifications

Master’s Degree in Guidance & Counseling. 

To implement the high school curriculum of Gardner South-Wilmington High School Comprehensive Guidance Program.  

Salary/Benefits

Per Contract 

How to Apply

Please email Letter of Interest, Resume, and Three Letters of Recommendation. 

Email Address

savery@gswhs73.org

Job Posting Date

1/23/2024

Start Date

N/A