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School Counseling Program

Following national standards, a comprehensive school counseling

Program is delivered, addressing the academic, personal/social, and career development of students. The school counseling program is designed to meet the needs of all students. The primary focus is to reduce barriers to learning. All students (grades kg – 5th) will meet with the school counselor at different times throughout the school year. As the year progresses, services rotate among being in the classrooms, holding small groups, and meeting with students individually.

  • Classroom lessons are provided on various topics such as: dealing with bullying, test-taking skills, friendship skills, conflict resolution, etc.
  • Small group counseling sessions are also provided throughout the school year. Parents are notified when their children participate.

College and Career Readiness-
What is it all about?

The ultimate goal of the common core state standards is to have all students college and career ready by the time they graduate from high school. This process begins in kindergarten. At E.G. Ross we have a fun way to promote college readiness with our students.

Wednesdays are college A"wear"ness days and all students and staff are encouraged to wear a shirt representing a college or university.

Let’s see how many people we can get to participate and all the different colleges we can promote!

Contact Information

  • Kendra Moulton

    Phone: (505) 821-0185