• Vision Statement

    The vision of Stone Hill Middle School’s comprehensive school counseling program is for students to develop the appropriate interpersonal, communication, and problem-solving skills to navigate daily challenges within school. Here at Stone Hill we envision an atmosphere where cultural differences are acknowledged. We empower students to develop both academically and social-emotionally. Stingrays strive to uphold their commitment of equity, social justice, responsibility, empathy, and being upstanding lifelong learners. Our hope is for students to become members of society who positively impact their community both in school and beyond the classroom.

    Mission Statement

    The mission of Stone Hill Middle School’s comprehensive school counseling program is to facilitate a climate where every student is able to learn, achieve and build positive relationships. School counselors will foster a developmental, data-driven, equitable program to meet the academic, career, and social/emotional needs of our diverse population. In collaboration with all stakeholders, our department will promote a climate for student success and prepare students for the world beyond the classroom. This collaborative effort toward the development of positive school culture will allow students to gain the necessary skills to reach their personal and academic potential and become knowledgeable critical thinkers, communicators, collaborators, creators and contributors in their community.

    Belief Statements

    Stone Hill Middle School Counselors believe:

    • All students have the ability to earn.

    • All students will treated fairly and respectfully

    • School counselors will advocate for every student to the best of their ability.

    • School counselors will respond to crisis immediately, effectively and notify all stakeholders in a timely fashion.

    • All students should be provided access to the curriculum

    • All students should be able to access their school counselor during school hours.

    • All students can be knowledgeable critical thinkers, communicators, collaborators, creators, and contributors.

    • School counselors will provide opportunities for student work that is authentic and challenging and features real-world context, tasks, and tools that help them connect with the world beyond the classroom.

    • School counselors will abide by ASCA’s Ethical Standards for School Counselors

    • The school counseling program should be a data driven program

Last Modified on June 16, 2023