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Lucia Martin High School School Counseling Program Counselors: Kenneth Berlett, Germaine Biabo, Margaret Morlock, Kasey Quinn, Megan Stasak, and Dehavilland Whitaker


Alan Watts, British Philosopher, 1915-1973

How Do you define yourself?


Data Driven Program


Career Development Focus


Mission Statement To create a supportive, safe school environment that encourages all students to develop values and behaviors that deepen their understanding of self and community in order to promote academic and personal success.


All Counselors in LMHS believe: • Student achievement is maximized by participation in a comprehensive school counseling program that is planned, managed, delivered, and evaluated by licensed and professional school counselors. • A comprehensive school counseling program will include social and self-awareness components to assist with developing values, behaviors, and attitudes that will increase the probability of students’ academic and personal success. • Students are capable of becoming self-directed, lifelong learners in a supportive, safe school environment thereby becoming equipped to succeed in a diverse community.


The CSCP at LMHS should: • Create holistic student growth, strengthen positive outcomes for students, and provide a successful pathway for the program. • Allow students to be more accepting of different cultures and beliefs through intentional and authentic interactions.


All Counselors in LMHS will: • Be inclusive of all stakeholders, develop an evaluation plan and tools, and schedule for delivering portions of the comprehensive school counseling program. • Develop lesson plans that are both socially and academically accepted to be delivered with professionalism and without bias. • Provide preventative and proactive support to the entire school community ensuring students have appropriate opportunities for student development. • Adhere to the ASCA National Ethical Standards and countywide ethical standards while maintaining the highest level of confidentiality except in instances of harm to self or others.


11th Grade Career Development

Curriculum Action Plan


Grade Lesson Level Topic

Lesson Will Be ASCA Domain, Standard and Presented In Competency Which Class/ Subject

Curriculum and Materials

Projected Process Data Start/End (Projected number of students affected) First All 11th graders Quarter in English classes

Perception Data (Type of

Outcome Data

Contact Person (Achievement, surveys/ attendance and/or assessments to behavior data to be be used) collected) Exit ticket Responses to graduation Ken requirement review handout. Further assessment with individual meetings with students to develop individual student plans for graduation. All 11th graders The completed 3- Number of students Gigi in English 2-1 cards completing resumes classes according to guidelines provided in lesson plan.

11th

Graduation All English Requirements classes

Domain: Career Development Standard B: Students will employ strategies to achieve future career goals with success and satisfaction. Competency: C.B1.1 Apply decision making skills to career planning, course selection, and career transition

Transcripts, graduation requirement handouts, graduation requirement review handout, and pens or pencils

11th

Resume Writing

All English classes

11th

Resume Writing

All English classes

PowerPoint, 'action verbs to strengthen your resume' handout, resume worksheet, LCD projector, GPA information/transcripts, pens or pencils PowerPoint, "action verbs to strengthen your resume" sheet, "resume worksheet", LCD projector, GPA information/transcripts

11th

Interviewing Skills

All English classes

Domain: Career Development Standard A: Students will acquire the skills to investigate the world of work in relation to knowledge of self and to make informed career decisions. Competency: C.A2.6 Learn how to write a resume Domain: Personal/Social Development Standard A: Students will acquire the knowledge, attitudes and interpersonal skills to help them understand and respect self and others. Competency: PS:A1.10 Identify personal strengths and assets Domain: Personal/Social Development Standard A: Students will acquire the knowledge, attitudes and interpersonal skills to help them understand and respect self and others. Competency: PS:A1.2 Identify values, attitudes and beliefs

LCD projector, internet Third connection, PowerPoint, Quarter interview questions handout, pens or pencils

All 11th graders Response sheet Look at the number of Dehavilland/ in English completed by students who obtained a Maggie classes students job prior to graduation, look at number of students who are involved in work-study, and the number of students that were accepted to college.

11th

Interviewing Skills

All English classes

LCD projector, internet Third connection, PowerPoint, Quarter Interview Question handout, pens or pencils

All 11th graders Response sheet Look at the number of Dehavilland/ in English completed by students who obtained a Maggie classes students job prior to graduation, look at number of students who are involved in work-study, and the number of students that were accepted to college.

11th

Formal Practice Interviews

All English classes

Domain: Academic Development Standard A: Students will acquire the attitudes, knowledge and skills that contribute to effective learning in school and across the life span. Competency: A:A3.2 Demonstrate the ability to work independently, as well as the ability to work cooperatively with other students Domain: Career Development Standard A: Students will acquire the skills to investigate the world of work in relation to knowledge of self and to make informed career decisions. Competency: C.A2.2 Apply job readiness skills to seek employment opportunities

Community participation Fourth (employers conducting Quarter interviews), student reflection handout, postinterview employer surveys

All 11th graders Student Have employers complete Kasey in English reflections of a survey ranking skills of classes interviewing skills students and likelihood they would offer a job to the student.

Second Quarter

Second Quarter

All 11th graders The completed 3- Number of students in English 2-1 cards completing resumes classes according to guidelines provided in lesson plan.

Gigi


Counselor reflections

Group presentation