guidance counselor


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guidance counselor

Child psychology A school worker trained to screen, evaluate and advise students on career and academic matters
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Jefferson High has one guidance counselor per grade, each of which easily exceeds 400 students, as well as the head guidance counselor, Cynthia McCarty.
Guidance counselors in particular could use a little help.
Both the guidance counselor and the principal know that Georgetown "has a habit of taking only one a year from Fenimore," and Anne absolutely refuses to undercut the deserving student.
West Frederick guidance counselors tell students that when an incident is reported, they will talk with the individuals involved.
Hoover said after 14 years as a guidance counselor at Cardozo, she offers numbers rather than arguments to help students make career decisions.
A guidance counselor may make or break K to 12 since by Grade 10, a student must choose his or her track, said supervising education program specialist, CHED region 10, Natalie Igot.
Along with the Second Step program, students in kindergarten to grade 5 receive twice monthly "Social Responsibility" classes by the school psychologist or guidance counselor.
Ask anybody -- from the president of the United States to your high school guidance counselor -- and you'll probably hear the same, seemingly obvious thing: Higher education is the key to financial advancement.
Jack Levy, his guidance counselor, cannot dissuade him from the path he has chosen.
Cyberschool also requires WAN; LANs; and a capacity for peer-to-peer networking; personal access devices; software for personal learning plans and the Virtual Guidance Counselor System.
If the answers to the questions are a firm "no, no, no and no" you need to enlist the help of a third-party mediator, like your guidance counselor, to sort things out.
Whether the topic is college selection, career advice, training information, or interview preparation, the coach will become the main source, usually before a classroom teacher, guidance counselor and parents.
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