Ms. Osborn meets with all Yorktown students in many ways:
Developmental Guidance Class Lessons - Ms. Osborn teaches lessons in the classrooms to the entire class.Topics may include: Decision Making, Peaceful Conflict Resolution, Respecting Differences, Being a Friend, Getting Ready for Middle School, etc.
Small Groups - Groups include Family Clubs for children experiencing separation & divorce, Grief Groups for children experiencing loss, Social Skills Clubs, Organization Clubs, Positive Problem Solving Skills Groups and New Student Groups.
Individuals - Students may be referred by parents/guardians, teachers or staff, or students may refer themselves.
ILP (Individual Learning Plan)- Ms. Osborn meets with individual students and a parent/guardian. Together, we discuss long-term educational goals and how the student can achieve success with their goals. Reading level books are shared.
Lunch Bunches - Ms. Osborn eats lunch in the Counselor's Room with every student at least once during the school year. Students may write a letter to request a Lunch Bunch, or students may be invited by a friend. Students bring their lunch to the Lunch Bunch.
Below are some of the school wide programs for students at Yorktown that
Ms. Osborn is involved in sponsoring:
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