School Counselor Evaluation Model
The New Jersey Department of Education has approved the NJSCA School Counselor Evaluation Model to appear on its list of approved evaluation models in the state. The Department approves and supports the voluntary use of the counselor evaluation model developed by the NJSCA.
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School Counselor Intern Guide
The School Counselor intern guide provides School Counselor interns, new School Counselors, counselor educator site supervisors, and school supervisors of School Counselors a resource document to help new staff become acclimated at a school site.
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New School Counselor / School Counselor Intern Guide

The School Counselor intern guide and School Counselor Guide provide School Counselor interns, new School Counselors, counselor educator site supervisors, and school supervisors of School Counselors a resource document to help new staff become acclimated at a school site. 

The Documents Checklists for Supervisors lists recommended resources for school counselor interns and new school counselors. 

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Counselor News: The Official Publication of the New Jersey School Counselor Association

Click here to read the October Issue of Counselor News.

In this issue: Beyond Your Building: Counselors in the Community

Contents:
President’s Message by Dana Kurilew
Top 5 Ways to Engage with Your Community by Angela Cleveland and Diane Lee
Getting Creative with Community Partnerships by Jana McClelland, Jill Padgett and Elizabeth Ahrens
Military-Connected Youth in Your School and Community by Dominique James, Ed.D.
Bridging Students to the Community by Jacqueline Zeller, Ph.D.
In Your Community: Ethical Behavior Is Context-Dependent by Carolyn Stone, Ed.D.

 

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ASCA: 13 Reasons Why Webinar

A Teachable Moment: Using "13 Reasons Why" to Initiate a Helpful Conversation About Suicide Prevention and Mental Health

"As most of you know, the trending Netflix series "13 Reasons Why," based on a young adult novel of the same name, is raising some questions and concerns about mental health and suicide. The series revolves around 17-year-old Hannah Baker, who takes her own life and leaves behind audio recordings for 13 people she says were in some way part of why she killed herself. Each tape recounts painful events in which one or more of the 13 individuals played a role."

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