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NEA COMMUNITY
LEARNING CENTER
School Counseling Program Profile 2017-2018
Levels: K-12
1900 Third Street, Alameda, CA 94501
(510)748-4008
www.neaclc.org
NEA ONNIM NO SUA A, OHU
"One who does not know can know from learning"
PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE
- Annahita Rad
Nea's comprehensive school counseling program supports academic achievement and an empowering educational experience for all learners. At Nea, learners are seen as both individuals and as contributors to the community that surrounds them. 
 
   Our mission is to: - ensure that each child has and is aware of post high school options
- 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
NEA'S SCHOOL COUNSELING FOCUS
Academic
Social/Emotional
Career
ACADEMIC SUPPORT
School  Counselors identified all Upper Village Learners (Grades 6-12) that received a letter grade of D or F on the first progress report in September.

We provided academic support to those learners in the form of individual counseling services, guidance lessons on organization and study habits, collaboration with facilitators, and parent outreach.

By the end of the first semester in December, the amount of Upper Village Learners that received a letter grade of D or F decreased from 106 learners to 39 learners.
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KEEPING LEARNERS IN THE CLASSROOM
Before & After
Code Switching Guidance Lessons
School Counselors gave guidance lessons on code switching to all Upper Village Learners (Grades 6-12) due to the amount of discipline referrals that were given out from January 2018 - February 2018.

Code-switching is theprocess of shifting from one linguistic code 
(a language or dialect) to another, depending on the social context or conversational setting.
Pre-Test
Post-Test
Were able to provide an example of code-switching
After the lesson was given, the amount of discipline referrals classified as "Disruption", "Disrespect", "Verbal Abuse", "Swearing" and "Defiance" decreased from 26 to 7.
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233
Learners
Learners
249
Learners
(All)
COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS
Learners Complete Guided Path surveys with counselors to explore universities 
Counselors review transcripts with learners and parents throughout high school to evaluate progress
Learners have regular one-on-one meetings with college counselors to stay on track.
COUNSELING SERVICES
All middle school learners take a day to share social/emotional challenges, explore the diversity among each other and receive support from counselors.
Counselors give classroom guidance lessons regarding career exploration, academic skills, and social lessons.
Small group counseling addressing topics such as friendship, transition, and loss.
One-on-one counseling with learners to provide holistic support for each individual.
The Nea Community Learning Center School Counseling Program abides by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) Ethical Standards for School Counselors.
THE NEA TEAM
Annahita Rad
Jana Chabre
Bennett Cox

Marissa
Swanson
Taj Kaur
Becky
Freeman
Arasely
Padilla
Cam Kauzer
Catie
Coniconde
Dezaree
Doroliat
Lead Facilitator
B.A., M.Ed
7 Years
Assistant
Lead Facilitator
B.A., M.A.
17 Years
Dean of Students
5 Years
Upper Village Counselor
B.A., M.A., PPS*
4 Years
ASCA* Member
Lower Village Counselor
B.A., M.A., PPS*, LPCC*
CASC*, ACA*, CALPACC* Member
2 Years
College Counselor
B.A.
1 Year
Office Manager
Ph.D.
3 Years
Office Manager
1 Year
Upper Village Counselor Trainee
B.A.
1 Year
Middle School Counselor Trainee
B.A.
1 Year
ASCA* Member
* PPS - Pupil Personnel Services
  ASCA - American School Counseling Association
  LPCC - Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
CASC - California Association of School Counselors
ACA - American Counseling Association
CALPACC - California Association for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
PARTNERS AND PROGRAMS
CONTACTING US
Contact Us
Map
Counseling
Website
Schedule an
Appointment
This School Counseling Program Profile was designed and published by Cathryn (Catie) Coniconde, 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.