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  1. CMS and CHS CounselingSchedules

  2. September • CHS and CMS • Fix serious remaining Schedule problems • New student scheduling, tours, counseling • CHS • Conduct Senior Interviews • Student and Parent Senior Presentation by Mrs. Wister • Classroom Presentations for Sophomores and Juniors • Schedule 504 meetings • Begin Weekly help in LMC for Seniors • Attend Back to School Night to help parents with schedules and PSATs • Begin Monthly or Bi-Monthly Scholarship Bulletin

  3. October CMS • Week of Respect activities (10/3-10/7) • Red Ribbon Week activities (10/23-10/31) • MAP testing and Progress Reports CHS • Conduct freshmen interviews (acclimation into the high school, discuss freshman academy, encouragement to get involved in school activities, importance of grades with college applications in the future, attendance policy) • Week of Respect activities (10/3-10/7) • Administer senior HSPA’s • Coordinate administering of PSATs • Begin sophomore interviews (careers, importance of grades and attendance, specifically with Oaklyn- acclimation to the high school, • Touch base with students who have poor progress reports • Check on students with poor attendance • Continue with the college application process and continue weekly LMC help. • MAP testing and Progress Reports • Continue Monthly or Bi-Monthly Scholarship Bulletin • Attending workshops for financial aid, SAT’s, and specific college open houses. • Set up and attend High School College Fair (meet and greet with admissions counselors , parents and students)

  4. November CMS • MAP testing and Report Cards • Sit ‘n Chat individual conferences with 6th grade students • Thanksgiving Service Project – letter writing • Goal setting classroom lesson with 8th grade Language Arts classes CHS • Continue sophomore interviews • Continue college application process and continue weekly LMC help • Continue Monthly or Bi-Monthly Scholarship Bulletin • Attend and escort interested seniors to the Historically Black Colleges and Universities College Fair • NJEA convention • MAP testing and Report Cards

  5. December CMS • Sit ‘n Chat individual conferences with 6th grade students (continued) • “Remembrance” group • Spirit Week & Elf Olympics • Progress Reports CHS • Finalizing sophomore interviews • Meeting to distribute and discuss how to read and interpret scores on PSAT’s • Continue with college application process and continue weekly LMC help • Re-evaluating students schedules for re-adjusting academic levels and second semester courses • Remove and adjust for students that have passed the HSPA • Supervise the Camden County College trip for students taking the “Accuplacure” test and tour of the college • Continue Monthly or Bi-Monthly Scholarship Bulletin • Progress Reports

  6. January CMS • “Remembrance” group (continued) • Meet with 7th graders (individually or in small groups) • Report Cards CHS • Parent and Student Financial Aid Night • Discussion of programs of study, course selection and review the student selection course sheet • Finalize college applications and continue weekly LMC help • Assist with financial aid and scholarship information • Begin junior interviews concentrating on career path and schedule for the next 18 months including testing and summer programs • Continue Monthly or Bi-Monthly Scholarship Bulletin • Report Cards • Send senior failure letters home to parents • Begin Academic Awards Planning

  7. February CMS • Meet with 7th graders (continued) • Progress Reports CHS • Continue junior interviews • Develop schedule for classroom presentations • General classroom presentations for grades 9-11 to present programs of study and scheduling requirements for the upcoming year • Presentation of course of study to middle school 8th graders • Train staff for HSPAs • Coordinate with military for the administration of the ASVAB • Continue LMC help for juniors and seniors • Meet with students who failed courses for the 1st Semester • Progress Reports • Continue Monthly or Bi-Monthly Scholarship Bulletin • Continue Academic Awards Planning

  8. March CMS • Classroom visits for next year scheduling requests • Begin meeting with students about scheduling • 7th grade overnight trip CHS • Handle coordination of HSPAs and then oversee administering of them • HSPA make-ups • MAP testing • Finalize junior interviews • Presentation of program of studies, test implications, and post-secondary options for Oaklyn 9th graders and Woodlynne 8th graders for the upcoming year • Initiate individual scheduling for current high school and 8th grade students • Individual scheduling of Oaklyn and Woodlynne students at their current school • Offer nighttime scheduling appointments for students and parents • Address students that have poor progress reports • Continue with scholarship application process and continue LMC help for juniors and seniors • Continue Monthly or Bi-Monthly Scholarship Bulletin • Continue Academic Awards Planning

  9. April CMS • Visit 5th grade classes in elementary schools • Host incoming student night • Report Cards • Train Staff for NJASK • Handle coordination of NJASK 7 & 8 and then oversee administering of them CHS • Serve on the academic awards committee • Start with the senior awards process • Report cards • Continue scheduling process • Review students failures for the 3rd marking period • Send senior failure letters home to parents • Continue with scholarship application process and continue LMC help for juniors and seniors • Continue Monthly or Bi-Monthly Scholarship Bulletin • Begin building of the Master Schedule

  10. MAY CMS • NJASK (6) • 8th grade Career Day • MAP Testing • Begin Building Master Schedule • Progress Reports CHS • Administer the end of the year Biology 5/15-5/18 • Administer AP exams 5/7-5/14 • Review scholarship applications • Attend scholarship selection committee meetings for senior awards • Continue building of master schedule • Finalize students course selections • Coordinate all aspects of the Academic Awards Ceremony • Continue notifying parents of seniors not graduating • Progress Reports

  11. June CMS • Exit interviews with individual 8th grade students • Work with failing students for summer school • Begin working on scheduling conflicts from the master schedule • Report Cards CHS • Meet with students who are failing for the year to discuss summer school • Meet with students who are at credit loss • Call parents in regards to these issues • Compose and send letters out in regards to failing students and provide them with summer school options • Continue LMC help for juniors • Begin working on scheduling conflicts from the master schedule • Register students for summer school classes • Senior Awards Assembly • Report Cards

  12. Continuing Responsibilities CMS • Peer Mediation • Peer to Peer (3rd Thursday each month) • Scheduling • Supervise Lunch Duty • I&RS core team member • Parent/student/teacher conferences • Crisis counseling/intervention • Academic/social/emotional counseling as needed • Counseling website maintenance & updates • Safety Committee • Character Education program • New student orientations • Small Group Counseling ideas (3-5 sessions each) as needed • Grief & Loss (“Remembrance Group”) – December/January • Social Skills/Transitions • Study Skills/ Stress Management • Self-Esteem/ Motivation • Life/Family changes • Organization

  13. Continuing Responsibilities CHS • Counseling for academic issues • Crisis counseling • Suicide ideation • Cutting • Bullying • Drug and Alcohol • Abuse • Family issues • Conferences with DYFS workers • Referring to appropriate agencies • Parent and teacher conferences • Meeting with Child Study Team • Conferences with administrators • Conferences with police and truant officer • Attending 504 meetings and IEP meetings • Continue to attend professional development workshops and in-service workshops. • Refer and attend I&RS meetings • Attend honor roll assemblies • Alerting students about leadership conferences and academic enrichment programs offered throughout the year • Supervise lunch duty • Conflict resolution • Update individual student’s records in Genesis information system • Review alternative education programs to help prevent high school drop outs • Maintain confidentiality and a professional and inviting office environment • Attend monthly guidance meetings to discuss and update information • Continue and actively encourage all students to participate in the most rigorous courses, become involved in community service, and extracurricular activities • Marketing student’s achievements through PAWS TV, morning announcements, webpage, and bulletin boards

  14. Summer Responsibilities • Register students for Summer School Classes and Credit Completion classes. • Resolve scheduling problems (conflicts, adjustments for failed courses, schedule adjustments according to standardized test results, Honors waivers and change requests, balancing, etc. • Update Genesis as summer school is completed • Schedule and orient new students • Attend student orientation in August