We have partnered with ASCA (American School Counselor Association) to create our quarterly newsletter. It is full of helpful information and great articles.
IN THIS SPRING 2015 KSCA ISSUE:
President's Message: Colors for Counselors Opportunity of a Lifetime Career Research Project
The Active Advocate: Connecting with StakeholdersAdvocacy Strategies for School Counseling LeadersLearn how to make a difference at the school, district, and state levels.
Seven Solutions for Working with ParentsEmpathy, acceptance, and focusing on strengths are three of the solutions for successful parent collaboration.
Strengthen Your Principal-School Counselor PartnershipCommunication is at the core of these partnership strategies from principals and school counselors.
Motivating African-American Male Students: 5 Best PracticesA North Carolina school counselor shares best practices—including considering our own experiences and biases.
The Magic FormulaWhen administrator-school counselor collaboration is a priority, success spreads throughout a school.
We also have some of the articles that could not fit into our newsletter.
Bob Kircher, KSCA Advocacy Chair, shares his thoughts on where we are at as an organization in "ACTIVE ADVOCATE". Bob lists some great ideas on how to be an advocate for school counselors. CLICK HERE for his article.
Tim Voelker from Linn Public Schools shares his Career Research Project for students. Check out his website resources and the project. CLICK HERE for the article.
Another great article is from Lori Mitchell from Highland Park High School, on a Grief Group. Lori shares several activities and lessons for a grief/loss group. Check it out here...