Counseling Calendar

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    The DMS Counselors work through the week from Monday to Friday (8am-3pm) collaborating with students/parents,  teachers/staff, and the community to develop the best ways to support your loved ones at school. We've created an "open-door" culture within our site so that students feel free to get immediate support when needed.  Many times student can catch us during Break and Lunchtime, however, students can reach the counselors by setting up an appointment so we can schedule a time more appropriate for a student that suits their schedule.

    For a list of the DMS Counselor email addresses, click the About the Counselors tab. Students can also schedule an appointment using the Counseling Appointment Form tab by clicking HERE.

     

     

6th Grade Key's to Success Presentation Pic
  • What the DMS Counselors are doing during the month of....

    ...SEPTEMBER 2021

    • Keys to Success Presentation & California College Guidance Initiative (CCGI)
    • RCOE School Counselor Leadership Network
    • Schedules for New enrollments
    • Social Emotional Learning Group
    • Follow up with Student Study Team (SST) and 504 collaboration
    • IEP team member
    • Parent meetings- social/emotional, academic planning, behavior contracts
    • 1-1 Student meeting social/emotional, academic support
    • Follow up with At Risk 6-8 (Social-Emotional, Academic and Behavioral) Daily/Weekly contacts
    • EL Progress Monitoring
    • Collaborate with School Social Worker/SEL Team Member (SEL) Counseling groups
    • Teacher Collaboration for at risk students

     

     

     

  • Other School Counseling Activities this past year.

     

    What the DMS Counselors did during the month of....

    ...August 2021

    • Transition into the Fall Semester
    • "Armor Up!" Campaign -short Academic and Social/Personal skill lessons for school
    • Staff Development
    • Scheduling
    • Follow up with Student Study Team (SST)
    • IEP team member
    • Parent virtual meetings- social/emotional, academic planning, behavior contracts
    • 1-1 Student meeting social/emotional, academic support
    • Follow up with At Risk 6-8 (Social-Emotional, Academic and Behavioral) Daily/Weekly contacts
    • EL Progress Monitoring
    • Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Counseling groups
    • Teacher Collaboration for at risk students
    • District Middle School Counseling Collaboration
    • California College Guidance Initiative (CCGI) development
    • Magnify The Middle (MTM) Development