Justice Intermediate Counseling Program

The mission of the Justice Intermediate School Counseling Program is to address the academic, career and personal/social development of all students. The school counseling program addresses these needs through a comprehensive, developmental, and preventative program. The program uses a guidance curriculum to teach skills and knowledge in the areas of academic, career, and personal/social development; utilizes counseling in individual and small group settings to address personal or social barriers to learning; and advocates for policy or programming changes when there is a barrier to student learning. The school counseling program collaborates with parents, teachers, students, and community members to ensure all students are given the opportunity to reach their full potential in order to become productive citizens.
 
The counseling program at Justice Intermediate provides, but is not limited to:
Classroom guidance
Individual counseling
Group counseling
Conflict mediation
Parent/family involvement

The program also consists of consultation/collaboration with:
School staff
Parents
Community services