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1900 Third Street Alameda, CA 94501
(510) 748-4008
Nea Community Learning Center
NEA ONNIM NO SUA A, OHU "ONE WHO DOES NOT KNOW CAN KNOW FROM LEARNING"
School Counseling Program Profile 2016-2017
Level:   k-12
PRINCIPAL"S
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At Nea, our school counseling team is committed to the success of each learner. We look at the whole child supporting their academic and social emotional success.   Our mission is to: - ensure that each child has options post high school - provide a safe and positive space for learners to express themselves - hold learners to the highest standards of character and curriculum - maintain a supportive community atmosphere
Annalisa Moore
School counselor met with all high school learners and their parents to evaluate graduation progress and examine post high-school options.
BEFORE & AFTER COLLEGE COUNSELING
After High School Plans
TRADE SCHOOL
2 YEAR COLLEGE
4 YEAR UNIVERSITY
2015
2017
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review transcripts with  learners and parents to evaluate progress
discuss a-g college prep requirements to ensure options
one-on-one meetings with the college counselor
complete Guided Path surveys with counselor to explore universities 
College-Bound Culture
CA$H FOR COLLEGE
MISSION ADMISSION
COLLEGE FIELD TRIPS
Evening event where the counseling team is available to learners and their families to assist filling out the FAFSA and for any other financial aid related inquiries.
Evening event where the counseling team is available to learners and their families to assist filling out college applications and answer any questions about the application and admissions process.
Nea learners gain exposure to university campuses each school year through fun and educational field trips.
Kindness Campaign
NO MATTER HOW SMALL
of kindness
NO ACT
wasted
IS EVER
90
Learners completed the Great Kindness Challenge, completing an Acts of Kindness list which included tasks like:
giving 5 compliments picking up trash saying thank you to a facilitator lend a helping hand telling a joke
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Projected number of hours of community service Nea learners will complete this school year.
Being kind to our community is extremely important to the Nea family, and even our littlest Kindergarteners complete service hours.
6008
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-AESOP
SCHOOL CULTURE
WHERE EVERYONE BELONGS 8th graders serve as transition leaders for incoming 6th graders.
"I FEEL ACCEPTED FOR WHO I AM."
AKOMA BUDDIES Upper and Lower Village buddies meet for monthly activities.
CONSTITUTION CONVENTION Learners have an opportunity to discuss school policies.
OUR ACHIEVEMENTS
100%
of Nea learners present their recent
successes
goals
Learner-Led Conferences
and their
at
each semester.
for the upcoming term
99%
of Nea learners graduate having
passed
at least one
college course
.
95%
of Upper Village Nea learners surveyed feel
comfortable
computers
presentations
using
to deliver
.
Annalisa Moore
Lead Facilitator B.A., M.Ed. 13 Yrs
Annahita Rad
Assistant Lead Facilitator B.A., M.Ed. 6 Yrs
Jana Chabre
Assistant Lead Facilitator B.A., M.A. 16 Yrs
Katie Reyes
Assistant Lead Facilitator B.A. 7 Yrs
Bennett Cox
Dean of Students 4 Yrs
School Manager A.A. 7 Yrs
Mo Deierling
Becky Freeman
Office Manager Ph.D. 2 Yrs
Dezaree Doroliat
Upper Village Counselor B.A., M.A., PPS 3 Yrs ASCA Member
Marissa Swanson
Lower Village Counselor B.A., M.A., PPS, LPCC CASC, ACA, & CALPCC Member 6 Yrs
Deb Porter
School Psychologist B.A., M.A. 31 Yrs
Emily Wexler
College Counselor B.A., M.A. 14 Yrs
Kelly Nogueiro
Middle School Counselor Trainee B.S. .5 Yr ASCA Member
OUR TEAM
Multi-Tiered System of Support
TIER 1
TIER 3
TIER 2
All learners are Identify learners who are off track academically or behaviorally.
Review cumulative file & consult previous facilitators to
with the grade level team to develop and document an intervention plan.
6-8 weeks later set a date to
Continue interventions & monitor.
Refer to
with the grade level team, counselor, & parent/guardians to develop an intervention plan.
6-8 weeks later set a date to
Continue interventions & monitor.
Repeat process with alternative interventions if needed.
Counselor will schedule a meeting with grade level tea,, parent, specialists, Special Education Team, & administration. Discuss SN, LST 1, & LST 2.
implement class interventions.
on track.
Safety Net (SN)
            review the data.
            review the data.
Learner Support Team Meeting (LST 1)
Intervention Team
Inadequate Progress? (LST 2)
Adequate Progress?
Adequate Progress?
Inadequate Progress?
Inadequate Progress?
Request Assessment
Fill out the Referral Form & submit to admin.
SUPPORTING LEARNERS THE NEA WAY: USING DATA & TEAM COLLABORATION
COUNSELING SERVICES
Nea’s school counselors strive to provide a comprehensive program to support students of diverse backgrounds to reach their fullest potential as well-rounded individuals and lifelong learners.
Classroom lessons regarding career exploration, academic skills, and social lessons.
Small group counseling around a variety of topics such as friendship, transition, and loss.
One-on-one counseling with learners to provide holistic support for the individual.
BOOK AN APPOINTMENT WITH A COUNSELOR
Collaborate with administration, facilitators, and parents to support learner success.
ACADEMIC SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL CAREER
This School Counseling Program Profile was designed by Kelly Nogueiro, Master's in School Counseling student at California State University, East Bay.
Funding for the publication of the Profile was generously provided by the CSU Collaborative for the Advancement of Linked Learning.