King Springs Elementary School Counseling Program
Set the bar high.
|India Adams||Kindergarten, 1st Grade||(678) 842-6944 x027|
|Elizabeth Hatcher||SNPK, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade||(678) 842-6944 x033|
|Jessie Kelley||MG, 4th Grade, 5th Grade||(678) 842-6944 x026|
KSE Counseling Mission Statement: We will prepare our students to develop the skills necessary to be productive citizens in the 21st century. Counseling services will be proactive, comprehensive, and data-driven. The program will empower and motivate students to seek high achievement both inside and outside the classroom and beyond.
Counselors' Vision Statement: To develop the foundation for students to become productive, contributing members of an ever-changing global society. To develop learners who are not afraid to make mistakes in the pursuit of academic and personal growth. To inspire young hearts to seek a world that is filled with kindness and compassion.
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- How to contact a KSE Counselor:
- Student Request
- Parent/Guardian Request
- email the grade level counselor to make an appointment
- Teacher or Principal Request
- Counselor invitation
- What are the various ways that the Counselors can work with students?
- Individual Counseling: A Counselor is available to talk with a student privately about specific concerns or problems.
- Small Groups: Students who share common concerns meet with a Counselor on a weekly basis for 4-6 weeks.
- Classroom Curriculum: A Counselor goes into the classroom and teaches a subject, such as, social-emotional learning, growth mindset, bullying, career exploration, etc.
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Crisis Information: If you are experiencing a crisis outside of school hours, please use these hotlines for help. If in immediate danger call 911.
Who Can I Call:
- The Georgia Division of Family & Children Services (DFCS) Report: 1-855-GACHILD
- National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-4ACHILD
- Helpline: 1-800-CHILDREN
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