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Counselor's Corner

School Counselor

Patricia Calkins

Social Emotional Learning

Social Emotional Learning

Second Step Home Links

Second Step Access Codes

Kindergarten: 

SSPK FAMI LY70

First:

SSP1 FAMI LY71

Second:

SSP2 FAMI  LY72

Third

SSP3 FAMI LY72

Fourth

SSP4 FAMI LY74

Fifth

SSP5 FAMI LY75

Counseling Vision

The Bergeson Elementary School Counseling Program envisions a future where every student will be fulfilled, respectful and caring members of society.  Our students will be in careers that fulfilled them, match their interests, values and productive members in a global society.  Our students will realize their individual worth and strive to be successful in everything they do.  Students will achieve academic success, social emotional success and career knowledge when given opportunity, support interventions, and rigorous instruction.

Counseling Beliefs

  • All students have the ability to be academically successful  
  • All students are given what they need to be academically successful – equity!
  • All students have dignity and worth.
  • All students can be academically successful and productive members of society.
  • All students can achieve academic, career and social/emotional success when given appropriate and timely support interventions as well as rigorous and relevant instruction.  (Equity)
  • The school counselor will use data to design, implement, evaluate and continuously improve the comprehensive school counseling program.
  • The school counselor will advocate for equity and equal access for all students
  • The school counseling program is based on specific goals, ASCA mindsets and beliefs standards.  It is accountable and evaluated by using data for program development and ongoing assessments. 

Counseling Mission 

The mission of Bergeson Elementary School counseling department is to deliver data-driven, evidence-based classroom lessons, small groups, and individual counseling that meets the social, emotional, and academic needs of all students. School counselors will advocate for equity, equal access to the curriculum, and success for all students.  We strive to create a school climate that supports diversity, life-long learners, responsible citizens, and prepare our students for the challenges of a rapidly changing world.

Confidentiality