School Counselor Information
Phone: (419) 864-0609 ext. 2003
School Counseling Information & Resources
Overview of School Counseling Services:
- Classroom Lessons – This year the counselors will once again be a part of the specials rotation. All students in grades K-4 will receive a guidance lesson in their classroom each week.
- Student Specialized Groups – Based on student, school, and community needs, the counselors will facilitate various academic, social, and emotional student groups throughout the school year.
- Individual Counseling – Students can be referred for individual counseling services by a parent/guardian, staff member, or themselves. Parent/guardian permission is required for two or more sessions. Individual counseling in the school setting is solution-focused and short-term in nature.
- Responsive Services – Responsive services are designed to meet students’ immediate needs and concerns.
- Consultations & Other Indirect Services – The counselors work closely with families, staff, and community to best support our students.
- “Syntero provides valuable support to at risk school-aged children and adolescents exhibiting behaviors that indicate a need for therapeutic interventions and prevention services. A team of specialized therapists and outreach clinicians provide treatment and prevention programming as well as special educational seminars for parents, teachers, and administrators in area school districts and the community. The objective of these programs and services is to strengthen resiliency and coping skills, decrease disruptive behaviors, provide prevention and support for at risk students, and increase classroom success.”
The Counseling Department’s curriculum at Cardington-Lincoln Elementary School has been developed to meet the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) Standards.
Cardington Community Food Pantry – Cardington First United Methodist Church
The Disciple Shop – Outreach center for the United Methodist Ministries of Southern Morrow County
- “The Mission of the Disciple Shop is to offer gently used donated items (such as clothing, household goods, furnishings) to families in and around our community. It is open to all regardless of faith background, race, country of origin, or economic status. It serves as a retail establishment for those in search of a great bargain. The Shop also serves as a community gathering place in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.”
- 109 E. Main Street, Fulton, Ohio 43331
- (419) 961-4452
Community Mental Health Resources
Nationwide Children’s Behavioral Healthcare Center – Various locations
Access Ohio – Mt. Gilead & Delaware
Southeast, Inc. – Mt. Gilead & Delaware
Morrow Family Health Center – Mt. Gilead & Marion
Marion Area Counseling – Marion
Mid-Ohio Psychological Services, Inc. – Delaware
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – Delaware and Morrow Counties
School Counseling Quarterly Newsletters
The elementary school counselors are once again a part of the specials rotation for the 2017-2018 school year. All students in grades K-4 will receive a guidance lesson in their classroom each week. Most lessons are based around the character education program, “Character Counts!“, and its six pillars of character: respect, responsibility, citizenship, fairness, caring, and trustworthiness.
Student Specialized Groups
Student specialized groups are an integral part of a comprehensive school counseling program. Based on student, school, and community needs, the counselors will facilitate various academic, social, and emotional student groups throughout the school year. Parent/guardian permission is required for students to participate in these specialized groups.