The mission of the Aledo ISD Guidance and Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive guidance and counseling program which fosters academic success, college and career preparation, and social and emotional development. Through effective communication, Aledo ISD school counselors will consult and collaborate with students, parents, teachers, and members of the community to advocate on behalf of all students.
There are four components ot the overall comprehensive Guidance and Counseling program in Aledo ISD. The four areas and their responsibilities are:
- Guidance Curriculum - Guidance lessons on a variety of topics; large-group consultations with students
- Responsive Services - Individual counseling sessions; parent consultations regarding individual student needs; coordination with outside referral sources
- Individual Planning - Academic and career guidance; parent and student consultation regarding planning and goal-setting; interpretation and analysis of assessment instruments
- System Support - Community outreach; parent education programs; teacher consultation; school improvement planning
Click here to be taken to the NetSmartz Workshop website. This is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) that provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline.
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Credit by Exam (CBE)
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Executive Director of Student Services
Coder Elementary Counselor
McCall Elementary Counselor
Stuard Elementary Counselor
Vandagriff Elementary Counselor
Walsh Elementary Counselor
McAnally Intermediate Counselor
Daniel 9th Grade Campus Counselor