Counseling & Social Work Department

China Spring Elementary School

Student Support During COVID-19


Student Support During COVID-19
Check out the Region 12 ESC website for more information!

At-Home Counseling/Guidance Resources


Teaching Self-Control At Home

Here are some games you can play at home to practice self-control.

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Parenting Books

Jennifer Miller's Top 10 Books for Parents

Jennifer Miller is a member of Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL). Here are some of the books she recommends for parents.

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SEL Resources During COVID-19

The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) has some resources for parents and educators specifically geared toward this trying time of school closures.

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Cosmic Kids Yoga

Check out this YouTube channel for some great mindfulness and calming activities.

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Grief and Loss in Childhood

Campus & Community Resources


Small Group Counseling

Notice: Small Group Counseling will resume when we return to school.

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Mental/Behavioral Health Services

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Abuse/Advocacy Services

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Substance Use Services

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Staff


About School Counselors


About School Counselors
What does a school counselor do?

A school counselor DOES:
  • Work with ALL students to encourage a safe school climate of trust and respect.
  • Deliver classroom guidance lessons that align to American School Counseling Association standards.
  • Facilitate small groups.
  • Meet individually with students to do brief, solution-focused counseling.
  • Help students who are struggling to make positive behavior choices.
  • Collaborate with parents/guardians, teachers, support staff, and administration.
  • Maintain confidentiality of students and their families unless there is a need to know or a safety concern.
  • Provide education and information about students' social-emotional needs.
A school counselor DOES NOT:
  • Work with only special education students, regular education students, or "problem" students.
  • Assign grades after lessons or teach academic subjects.
  • Facilitate therapy groups.
  • Meet individually with students to do long-term mental health counseling/therapy.
  • Handle the discipline or assign consequences.
  • Collaborate with only one person.  A team approach including the school counselor works best.
  • Share information about students and their families to appease the curiosity of others.
  • Tell teachers how to teach in their classrooms or tell parents how to parent at home.
At China Spring Elementary, the counseling department is guided by The Texas Model for Comprehensive School Counseling Programs.

Contact


  • 200 Bob Johnson Road, China Spring, TX, USA
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