The school counseling program at Stockbridge Central School is in compliance with the American School Counselors Association (ASCA) national model for effective school counseling programming. The foundation of our program is student centered, strength based and is made available to, and supportive of, all students at SCS. This comprehensive approach addresses the academic, social and emotional skills necessary for each student to realize his or her own potential for lifelong learning and growing.
Our goal is to help students with establishing personal goals, decision making skills, communication skills, cooperative skills, character & values, emotional awareness and regulation, self knowledge and worth, social & interpersonal skills, problem solving, conflict resolution and more.
Helpful Info for Parenting & Families:
Very good site on anger management.
From the Child Development Institute….great comprehensive resource on topics of child development, parenting, family life, teenagers, learning, health and safety, child psychology and mental health.
Focus on growth milestones and gaining a better understanding of your child’s growth and development. Articles and information on topics of child development, parenting tips, behavioral issues and resources.
Lots of great information on a variety of topics re: our children and such issues as anxiety, stress, self-esteem, bullies, worrying and more.
Comprehensive, powerful search engine for resources, articles, tip sheets, etc. on just about any topic related to early childhood.
About child development, creativity, parenting, etc. Here you’ll find games and activities to promote academic, creative and social/emotional skills in our children.
“Search Institute is an independent nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide leadership, knowledge, and resources to promote healthy children, youth, and communities.” Check out links on developmental assets and resources for families.
Stages of social-emotional development:
Pre-School Developmental Milestones (birth to 5 years):
Goals of Misbehavior Chart: