The mission of the Chesterfield County Public Schools guidance and counseling program is to provide high-quality academic support and career efforts of students, staff, parents, and community. If you have concerns or questions about your child, please contact your child’s counselor at 739-6315, extension 1 between 7:15 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
To schedule an appointment with a counselor, click HERE
For more information on MAP testing, please click here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Vhga7CvLaQWaRQAMROoo9K2pkXfu4i0-/view
Cosby & Clover Hill HS Open House for rising 9th graders: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6:30 pm
Snow date 1/22
Student/Parent Information: How to interpret PSAT scores
Hours between 7:15 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Phone #739-6315, extension 1
Classroom Guidance Lessons:
Classroom Guidance is a developmental program of classes to foster students’ academic, career, and personal/social development. Classes are preventative in nature and empower students with self-knowledge, coping strategies, and life skills that will assist them in becoming problem solvers, collaborative workers, and responsible citizens.
School Wide Programs:
At Swift Creek Middle, we have many school wide programs to reinforce the importance of academics and expectations of behavior.
Counselor appointment request slips can be found in the school counseling office. Students are urged to stop by the counseling office before school, during class change, or after school if he/she wishes to see the counselor. It is not necessary; however, for the student to make an appointment. Teachers may contact counselors by note or email about a student, but are asked to refrain from putting confidential information in emails. When a counselor sends a pass for a student, the student is to be sent at the convenience of the teacher, unless otherwise indicated on the pass. If the student cannot be sent right away, please send word to the counselor.
Individual Counseling is a one-to-one meeting with the counselor to discuss a problem or topic of interest that may be impacting a student’s academic success.
Small group counseling is needs based and usually meets once a week for four to six weeks. Small groups provide members the opportunity to share ideas and learn from each other and a counselor.
Examples of Small Group Counseling: