• Mission Statement

    The Mission of Meadowland School Counseling Program is to work closely with students, families, and the community to provide a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate counseling program to all students. It will address the academic, career and personal/ social needs of students. It will empower students to show mutual respect and appreciate our nation’s multicultural heritage and diversity.

     

    Philosophy Statements

    Ø  All students have the right to participate in the school counseling program.

    Ø  All students have dignity and worth.

    Ø  School counseling programs support the Standards of Learning by providing guidance to students in their academic, career, and personal and social development.

    Ø  School counselors collaborate with parents, teachers, administrators and others to promote learning and help students establish and achieve their education, career, and personal goals.

    Ø  All students K-5 shall have access to a full time, state and nationally certified, masters degree level professional school counselor to deliver the school counseling program.

     

     

    Counselors Help Students Learn 

    Each school of Loudoun County Public Schools has a school counseling program. 

    Licensed professional school counselors are responsible for the organization and management of school counseling programs in the schools.  

    Counselors work with students, parents, teachers, and administrators to help students succeed in school and prepare for meaningful, productive living. School Counseling programs are child-centered, developmental, and preventive, and also encourage students’ academic, social/emotional, and career awareness at each stage of their development.

    School counseling services are inclusive and respectful of differences in gender, religion, ethnicity, race, ability, handicapping condition, and age. 
     
     
         
Last Modified on August 29, 2013