- firstname.lastname@example.org or call (719) 391–3335
- Counseling Objectives
- Guidance Lessons
- Counselor's Corner
- Things to Know
- Social Worker
COVID-19 has made 2020 a year full of uncertainty and change. Many students and parents have shared the adjustment struggles that have accompanied the pandemic. This years’ changes have been uncomfortable, and while the message “we are all in this together” promotes solace, not all of us feel supported or connected. If your student is struggling during these unprecedented times, please reach out for support. Community resources are available for struggling families. You can reach me directly, or you can select the resources tab at the top of the page for additional supports. These resources offer food, clothing, and counseling services. Although I am your student’s school counselor, I am here to collaborate and problem-solve with parents and guardians to support your student and to help families in need. You are not alone in this! Let us know how we can support you.
I can be reached at: email@example.com.
Online Counseling Resources
How To Find a Counselor in your Area
Mitchell High School, nest distribution date April 23 From 1:00 - 4:30
Care and Share - Select the FIND FOOD tab
Other Important Resources:
-National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-237-TALK
-Emotional Support Help Line: 1-866-342-6829 (if you are experiencing anxiety or stress)
-Dial “211” for additional community resources (food, utilities, rnt, individual/family, community supports etc).
The Widefield Elementary School of the Arts Counselor strives to support and reinforce student academic and social/emotional growth while promoting and encouraging career readiness. Our mission is achieved by providing the following:
- Monthly Classroom Guidance Lessons
- Direct Counseling
- Social/Friendship Skills Groups
- Collaboration with Parents/Teachers
- Middle School Transition Preparation
- Available Community Resources
- Demonstration and Encouragement of SOAR Expectations
- SOAR Expectations:
- Own it
September: Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Donato shared a fun and interactive superhero video with Kindergarten - 2nd grade classes. This video outlined SOAR expectations in a fun and engaging way! Go Bulldogs! Third through fifth grade classes learned about counseling resources and reinforced their knowledge as they played Kahoot!
October: In October, classes are learning about coping skills and when/how to apply coping skills in tough situations!
November: In November we will be discussing Control/Cannot Control/Stress Management.
Hello Student, Families, and Partners.
I am Crystal Burns, School Social Worker. I work with students, parents, teachers, administration, and stakeholders in promoting academic, emotional, and behavioral success. Consult with school personnel in relation to student’s learning, behavior, and environment to help create positive classroom and educational culture. I consult with teachers to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all students. Provide direct service through individual, small group, and whole class contacts across educational settings. Assist in development of individual education plans, and monitor students’ progress toward identified goals and program effectiveness. Provide written documentation and data maintained to support effective interventions. Assist in the effective academic and social performance of students through appropriate programming recommendations.
Functional Behavioral Assessments & Behavior intervention and support plans
Suicide, crisis and threat assessment
RTI & PBS
Attendance and Home visits
Behavior intervention & implementation
Advocacy for families, students, community
Interagency partnerships & Referrals
Crystal Burns, MSW
District Social Worker
Widefield Elementary School of the Arts
719 213 0855