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Cloverleaf Middle School Counseling Department

Cloverleaf Middle School Counseling Department

 

Welcome to the Cloverleaf Middle School Counseling Department!

Cloverleaf School Counseling Mission
Cloverleaf school counselors are committed to advocating and helping all our students access and achieve a high level of education that prepares them for life by providing social, emotional, academic and career developmental activities and counseling services.

Cloverleaf School Counseling Vision
Cloverleaf school counselors will empower all students to reach their maximum potential by using a comprehensive program that addresses social, emotional, academic and career goals. We will promote an environment to encourage individual growth through the collaborative efforts of school, home and community, leading to responsible citizens in the 21st century.

School counseling services include:
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Classroom Guidance
  • Student Transitions
  • New Student Orientation
  • Scheduling
  • Testing
  • Records/Reporting 
  • Career Planning

Guidance Counselor vs. School Counselor ... What's the difference in these two titles?

In the past, the title “guidance counselor” was used to describe counselors working in a school. Their role was primarily focused on "guiding" students to post-secondary education and scheduling. Their days were filled with tasks like sending out transcripts, writing letters of recommendation, etc. The title "school counselor" recognizes that counselors today address the needs of the whole student. They are proactive, data-informed leaders in the school community. Watch this video and learn more about the difference in roles!

Here are some reminders to continue taking care of yourself and your children. Stay well!


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You may be feeling all types of emotions. We are here to tell you it is completely normal if you are feeling unsure about the future, maybe even a little anxious! The important part is how you manage these feelings. You must not let them take over and rule your life! Our favorite way to deal with these overwhelming emotions is SELF CARE! Please take time for yourself!

 
Here are some ideas for practicing self-care during this time ...
 
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Contact

If you have questions or concerns that you would like to speak about with the School Counselor, please contact:
Ms. Kayla Sweeney
School Counselor, CMS 
330-302-0209
 
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