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Reasons To Speak to the Counselor

Reasons To Speak to the Counselor

Reasons a student at Driscoll Elementary might want to talk to a counselor.
  • Feeling sad about something that has happened between them and a friend.
  • Not getting along with fellow peers.
  • Problems at home or with the teacher.
  • Someone is bullying them.

Reasons a parent might want to talk to the school counselor.
  • The child is not wanting to go to school.
  • The child is concerned about not having friends.
  • A death in the family.
  • Family problems at home.

Reasons why teachers or administrators might want to talk to the school counselor
  • To get ideas on how to help students develop more positive relationships.
  • To get ideas on how to help a student with discipline problems.
  • To get help with a new student who might need special attention.
  • To get help with a new student who might need special services.
  • To discuss a student's progress or lack of progress.