Begins start of 2021-22 School Year
Counsel and advise adolescents using a mental health perspective that encompasses an understanding of the diverse challenges students face today. Provide leadership to school staff regarding unique learners and their specific needs. Support the social/emotional and mental wellbeing for students while working with partnering agencies and professionals who are working with individual students and families. Assist administrators in providing education, prevention and intervention activities, which are integrated into all aspects of students’ lives. Support all students as they prepare for success after high school. Collaborate with teachers and parents regarding meeting graduation requirements; post-secondary planning; and finding meaningful career related experiences, while ensuring equity and access for all students.
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