Centerville is committed to providing students with a comprehensive school counseling program. Our school counselors advocate and support the academic achievement, personal-social needs, and career development of all students.
Our team prepares students to thrive
in the 21st century workforce through classroom presentations, deliver guidance curriculum on college and career readiness and provide a safe space to receive additional support.
Our school counselors change lives by encouraging mindset and behavior standards for all students to succeed and their ability to demonstrate positive attitude toward work and learning.
We are always evolving.
Our Counseling Program
It is our mission to provide all students with the necessary
and appropriate skills to make a positive difference in the world
The Centerville School Counseling Program abides by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA)
Ethical Standards for School Counselors.
We support all students with individual and group programs and counseling.
We provide appropriate resources, referrals, presentations, and responses to requests in a timely manner.
Systems of Support
Special Education Referral (IEP)
Student Study Team (SST)
Coordination of Services Team (COST)
Referrals to outside agencies
Referrals to therapy
(WEB) Leaders: 8th grade student mentors for 7th graders.
Safe Alternatives to Violent Environments (SAVE) provides curriculum and collaborate with leadership throughout the year.
Coffee with Counselor
6- year plan
Ms. Schrenk, Centerville's Transition Counselor, conducts groups with 8th grade students identified as "at-risk".
She helps improve their grades by teaching organizational and study skills.
A group of 8th grade students with disabilities learned to eliminate barriers to success by advocating for themselves.
The students were able to identify the 4 steps to self-advocacy
in a guidance lesson.
Evaluate Your Needs
The pre and post-test revealed their ability to demonstrate advocacy skills when necessary.
Find a Helpful Resource at School
Talk to Your Teachers
Have Follow-Up Meetings
Identified 4 Steps to Self-Advocacy
All students have access to Naviance and are encouraged to explore their course options during their free time.
A group of students from Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID), Supervised Study, and Intervention group were exposed to college & career options through educational field trips.
a college readiness program.
a college and career readiness software.
selected students receive additional support.
an elective to be successful in their school career.
The counselors presented
Anti-Bullying presentations during KINDNESS WEEK and held a campaign to combat bullying.
Students wore YELLOW to spread Kindness.
Leadership and WEB students held booths to promote kindness in the gym.
Students had the opportunity to share stories with open mic & submit artwork and poetry.
Ms. Gonzalez, 7th Grade Counselor, hosts a girls group every Monday during lunch for invited students. The group learned how to regulate emotions, manage conflict, increase self-esteem and overall well-being.
Mrs. Glaze, 8th Grade Counselor, hosts Game Room everyday during lunch for 7th & 8th grade students to promote collaboration, gaming and fun!
In the pre and post-test, the students revealed their increased confidence levels when it comes to resolving conflicts with others.