Comprehensive Counseling Program
The mission of the FNSBSD Comprehensive School Counseling Program is to advocate and provide support for maximum student achievement in the areas of academic, career, and personal/social growth. School counselors work with parents, educators, and the community to provide developmentally appropriate and comprehensive services that meet the needs of all students in order for them to become productive members of an ever-changing global society.
COMPREHENSIVE COUNSELING PROGRAM CURRICULUM, Adopted June 2009
FNSBSD Counseling Standards
Student Mindsets and Behaviors
Currently, work is underway to bring our districts Comprehensive Counseling Program Handbook in line with the national framework. There have been some changes in standards over the last couple years, which included a move to student mindsets and behaviors that includes standards that can be achieved through any of the three domains (academic, career, personal/social - now social emotional). We began work on this handbook last spring, and it is still underway. You can access the PDF of the National Model's Student Mindset and Behaviors here.
For overall program information contact the Executive Director of Student Support Services office:
Executive Director of Student Support Services
452-2000, ext. 11470
Director of Social Emotional Learning and Prevention Services
452-2000, ext. 11451
452-2000, ext. 11272
or the Assistant Superintendents' office:
Assistant Superintendent, Secondary
Assistant Superintendent, Elementary
452-2000, ext. 11411