Crockett counseling services are available throughout the day in the classrooms, small group lunch gatherings, and individual sessions.
- Counsel children individually
- Conduct small group counseling sessions – topics may include, but are not limited to, friendship, anxiety, divorce, and grief
- Consult with parents, teachers, and administrators
- Coordinate 504 plans
- Coordinate School Wide Testing
- Schedule and run support meetings with parents, teachers and other support staff to address students’ needs.
- Coordinate Special Events for students as well as parent education sessions
- Teach guidance curriculum which includes three basic areas:
- Academic Development – Students focus on how to succeed in school
- Career Development – Students focus on their own skills and interests
- Personal and Social Development – Students focus on getting along with others, setting goals, and safety issues
Many factors affect a child’s learning process. Please contact me if you have concerns regarding your child’s progress whether it is academic, behavioral, social, or emotional. Some specific areas include:
- Family changes (divorce, separation, moving, death in the family)
- Home stress
- Classroom behavior
- Peer relations
- Responsibility and accountability
- Emotional well-being
Please feel free to contact me if I can be of assistance.
The counselor office is room 606 outside the main office.
The best way to reach me is via email.
I am super excited about this year, getting to reconnect with our Crockett family and meeting new families! I approach this position from a parent’s perspective as much as a counselor’s perspective. I encourage parents to come and speak with me about any issue that might be affecting their child at school. It is my pleasure to serve you!
Each student deserves to feel safe and supported while at school. Crockett Elementary’s goal is to provide an environment where students believe there are adults who care and are ready to assist when needed. Bullying – intentional, repeated and specific hurtful behaviors targeted toward one or more victims – obstructs a student feeling safe, loved and accepted.
Key factors to distinguish bullying from other forms of mean/negative behavior are that it is unprovoked and the physical or psychological intimidation occurs over and over again creating a pattern of harassment or abuse.
Neither bullying nor mean behaviors are acceptable. We want to be as proactive as possible to lessen their occurrence. One way we address undesirable behaviors is to teach appropriate social skills through intentional lessons with students in the classroom. All students participate at scheduled times with our school counselor who teaches lessons on positive, healthy communication, character traits, conflict resolution and the specific topic of bullying.
Consequences for a student who commits an act of harassment or bullying shall be unique to the individual incident and will vary in method and severity according to the nature of the behavior, the developmental age of the student, and the student’s history of problem behaviors.
Actions taken shall be designed to:
- Protect the victim of the act
- Correct the problem behavior
- Prevent another occurrence of the behavior
- Help the student understand how the other person feels
If a student needs help resolving a conflict or if a student thinks that he/she is being bullied, he/she needs to communicate with his/her teacher, our guidance counselors, or administration.