Elementary School Counseling

Elementary School Counseling

Quality school counseling programs are based on research findings and data analysis. They are organized so that all students benefit from the curriculum, services, interventions and support. Delivery of the four key program components (i.e., Guidance Curriculum; Individual Planning; Responsive Services and System Support) is viewed as integral to the school’s mission.

Counseling Will Support:

- Academic Achievement 

- Vocational Development

- Personal & Social Development 

Service Delivery

Guidance Curriculum - 35%-45%

 - Classroom Guidance Lessons 

 - Family Information Meetings

Responsive Services - 30%-40%

- Individual & Small Group Counseling 

- Community Referrals 

- Prevention & Intervention Programs 

Individual Planning - 5% - 10%

- Educational monitoring and supports

System Support - 10%-15%

- Develop and monitor program goals and outcomes 

- Support School Improvement Plan



Massachusetts Model for Comprehensive School Counseling Programs. (2006). Retrieved from http://masca.org/images/stories/Resources/mamodel_comprehensive_school_counseling_programs.pdf