Presentation on theme: "Creating the Annual Comprehensive School Counseling Program (CSCP)Plan"— Presentation transcript:
1 Creating the Annual Comprehensive School Counseling Program (CSCP)Plan Dr. Barb BradySchool Counseling CoordinatorOffice of Secondary Programs
2 CSCP Plan Considerations Program Completeness (Program Audit)State Model Alignment3-Tier Model AssessmentDelivery System Appraisal (using audit)School Counselor Performance StandardsEvaluation goalsStudent, school & community dataWV Student Success Standards (grade-levelpriorities)
6 Standards (5) – Broad statements/ constructs Overarching Standards Performance level RubricsStandards (5) – Broad statements/ constructsFunctions (19)– Describes the important functional or procedural parts of the standardIndicators (50)– Further delineate the functions into observable measures
7 WV Professional School Counselor Standards Standard 1: Program Planning, Design and ManagementStandard 2: Program DeliveryStandard 3: Data Driven Accountability and Program EvaluationStandard 4: Leadership and AdvocacyStandard 5: Professional Growth and ResponsibilitiesBegin in July with the 100+ page document.Wordle’s – were to begin to ensure that the standards were a picture of what we would want a school counselor to know and be able to do.
8 Approval of Educational Personnel Preparation Programs Standards alsofound in WVBE 5100:Approval of EducationalPersonnel PreparationPrograms
9 Standards alsoFound in WVBE 5100:Approval of EducationalPersonnel PreparationPrograms
10 Provides detailedschool counseling programframework and detailsthe role of the WV schoolcounselor
11 WV School Counseling Model and Policy 2315 SO this leads up to the ASCA National ModelAs you view the graphic, you will notice there are four areasFOUNDATIONDELIVERY SYSTEMMANAGEMENT SYSTEMACCOUNTABILITYThe visual show that the foundation, a program’s core beliefs, philosophy and mission, dictates both how the program is management and how it is delivered.These two components go hand in hand:Delivery system is the ways in which counselors deliver services.The management system ensures that the delivery system is planned, organized, directed and controlled in a systematic fashion for every student.Both the delivery and management lead to the Accountability component.And accountability leads back to the foundation because results of our program lead to program improvement, which begins once again with the foundation.
12 Standard Elements align with WV’s Multi-tiered Prevention-based System Tertiary Prevention:SpecializedIndividualizedSystems for Students with High-RiskCommunity/School PartnershipsSecondary Prevention:Specialized GroupsSystems for Students with At Risk BehaviorPrimary Prevention:School/Classroom-Wide for Students, Staff and Families[advisor-advisee and developmental guidance]
15 As per WVBE Policy 5310:Performance Evaluation ofSchool Personnel…School Counselors are underthe new evaluation systemThis guide details theevaluation componentsand process.Link is found on front page ofWVDE school counseling website
17 Self Reflection is guided by examining one’s own performance level in each of the 13 standard elements.
18 SMART Goals S - Specific M - Measurable R – Results-oriented The outcome is clear.S - SpecificYou can count it or see it.M - MeasurableYou have what you need to be able to do it.A - AchievableIt is aligned with school/district goals.R – Results-orientedA specific date has been set.T - Timed
19 Counselor Jump Screen: On this screen Click on “Add a Goal” To complete self-reflection, counselor will click on Add self reflection. To add goals, counselor will click on Add a Goal. To add evidence, counselor will click on add evidence.Counselor Jump Screen: On this screen Click on “Add a Goal”
20 Action Plans: Evaluation Website Once goals are set, counselors will develop action steps to guidegoal attainment, identifying resources needed to achieve goal.
21 Online evaluation system (form in evaluation guide) will aid counselors in the development of the student impact goal.
22 Job Description Alignment Are county/school job descriptions aligned with the WV School Counseling Model and WV Performance Descriptors?Model Job descriptions have been created to align with new standards.Appendix A in Model bookletOverarching job descriptionsProgrammatic level – recommendationsInstitutional Ed./ Vocational Technical SchoolsJob descriptions should support counselors being able to be ‘accomplished’.
23 (Process, Perception, Results) Data-driven Goals(Process, Perception, Results)Needs assessmentsStudent, staff and family forumsCulture surveysInformal conversationsEtc.
24 (Process, Perception, Results) Data-driven Goals(Process, Perception, Results)What’s in place within each tier/delivery system?What’s missing? What will you improve this year?Integrated Delivery of WV Student Success StandardsSystemic process addressing all standards within programmatic levelPersonalized Student PlanningParental engagement in academic planning – early learning gradesPEP Process (alignment with model, parental engagement)Responsive ServicesGroup counseling (#, types, who participates)Referral processCrisis PlanStudent SupportsExpanded school mental healthAdvising/mentoringPositive behavior support programsCrisis Prevention/Response systemTutoring/credit recoveryStudent leadership, etc
25 (Process, Perception, Results) Data-driven Goals(Process, Perception, Results)What’s in place within each tier/delivery system?What’s missing? What will you improve this year?How do you communicate with stakeholders?Assessment and Documentation ToolsSchool Counseling Program Audit3-tier Assessment toolProgram evaluation tools for specific programs (advisory, PBIS, Bullying Prevention, etc.)# of students, staff, parents participatingPEP PlansCurriculum mapsPublic Relations Tools (website, newsletter, program report card, etc.)
26 What does the current data tell us? Data-driven Goals(Process, Perception, Results)Student and School DataDisciplineAttendanceGradesAssessment dataPEP completion ratesRetention/dropout/graduation ratesParental engagementFAFSA completion ratesCulture surveyEtc.Community dataDisasterKids count (poverty rates, employment, domestic violence, educational attainment levels, Juvenile delinquency, etc. )ResourcesWhat does the current data tell us?How are students different as a result of the school counseling program?Student Impact Goal