Student Working
  • Getting Started in LCPS

    Enrolling your student in a new school can be difficult, so we put together some resources in LCPS that help families know who to contact for certain scenarios.

     

    Registration

    Each school has a designated registrar that enrolls each student in their respective schools. For more information on how to register your student in LCPS, click here.

     

    Academic, Career, and Personal/Social Support

    School counselors are certified/licensed educators with the minimum of a Master's degree in School Counseling and are uniquely qualified to address the academic, career, and personal/social needs of all students. By designing, implementing, and evaluating a comprehensive school counseling program, school counselors serve to promote and enhance student success. For more information on how to find out who your school counselors are, call the Office of Student Counseling at 571-252-1017.

     

    Student Support

    School Social Workers are trained mental health professionals with a master’s degree in social work from a university accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, who are licensed by the Virginia Department of Education. We are the link between home, school and the community by providing services to promote and support students’ academic and social success.  School Social Workers help parents, students, and school staff identify needs that interfere with learning and work to get the services they need to resolve social, emotional and behavioral problems through comprehensive socio-cultural assessments, collaboration, individual counseling, groups, and Restorative Practices. For more information on how to find out who your school social worker is, click here.

     

    Physical Needs Assistance

    The Office of Outreach Services supports Parent Liaisons at each school. Parent Liaisons connect students and families to the school community and identify tools and resources that will help all students achieve educational success. For more information on how to find out who your school's parent liaison is, click here.

     

    Student Assistance

    The Office of Student Assistance Services oversees Attendance Support and Intervention, Substance Use Prevention and Intervention, Restorative Practices, and Positive Experiences in Educational Relationships (P.E.E.R.) which focus on resiliency building, healthy decision making, living a substance free lifestyle, and establishing supportive relationships.  Our mission is to promote student wellness and safety by fostering the personal strengths and resiliency within each student as we encourage them to make meaningful contributions to the school community and the world. For more information, click here.

Last Modified on April 29, 2021