Guidance and Counseling Program

  • The Four Components of SC Guidance Counseling Programs:

    1. Guidance Curriculum
    2. Individual Planning
    3. Responsive Services
    4. System Support

    The collective goal of all educators is to prepare students for the future by helping them realize their fullest potential. As they develop, students encounter personal, social, academic and physical challenges. These challenges can best be met with the support of caring professionals and programs designed to help students become responsible and productive citizens. School Counselors are among the educators who provide these services and programs.

    The School Counseling Program of Clover School District is a proactive, comprehensive developmental guidance and counseling program for all students, prekindergarten through twelfth grade. Our program provides developmental opportunities and experiences that address three central student-development areas: personal/social, academic, and career. Counseling standards are set by the American School Counseling Association as well as our South Carolina and District level standards.

    Clover’s Comprehensive Developmental Guidance and Counseling Program is organized into four major components: guidance curriculum, individual planning, responsive services, and system support.

    The guidance curriculum component includes structured expereinces presented systematically through large and small group activities. The curriculum promotoes student developtment in the area of learning to live (personal/social), learning to learn (academic), and learning to work (career) and emphasizes such skills as decision making, self-understanding, career development, and the improvement of student skills.

    The individual planning component includes counseling activites to assist all students in planning, monitoring, and managine their own academic achievement as well as their personal and career development.

    The responsive services component addresses the immediate needs and concerns of students. Such services include personal counseling; crisis counseling; agency referral; consultation with parent, teacher, and other professionals; and support groups.

    The system support component includes indirect guidance management activities that maintain and enhance the total guidance and counseling program.

     
    For more information concerning Clover School District's School Counseling program, please contact your student's school counselor.

Important Documents

School Counselors

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    Dicksy Broadwater

    Dicksy Broadwater
    Bethany Elementary

    Ashlyn Boyd

    Ashlyn Condon
    Bethel Elementary

    Melissa Fielder

    Melissa Daniel
    Crowders Creek Elementary

    Rothaupt

    Stacey Rothaupt
    Oakridge Elementary

    McElvenny  

    Kathy McElvenny
    Griggs Road Elementary
     

     

     
     
     
     

    Ykwanda Coakley
    Kinard Elementary

     

     
     
     
     
    Megan McKee
    Larne Elementary

     

     

     
     
    Teresa Ringer
    Clover Middle
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Debbie Wingard
    Clover Middle
    Kristin Meek
     
    Kristen Meek
    Oakridge Middle
    Pat Reid
     
    Pat Reid
    Oakridge Middle

    Quentin McGill

    Quentin McGill
    Clover High
    9th Grade

    Justin Willyoung

    Justin Willyoung
    Clover High
    A-C (Grades 10-12)

    Jennifer Forrest

    Jennifer Forrest
    Clover High
    D-G (Grades 10-12)

    Larisha Young
     
    Larisha Young
    Clover High
    H-Ma (Grades 10-12)
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Missy Jones
    Clover High
    Mc-Sa (Grades 10-12)

    Rhonda Morris

    Rhonda Morris
    Clover High
    Sc-Z (Grades 10-12)

    Manecia Mullins
    Blue Eagle Academy