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West Point ES

West Point ES Counseling Services

Guidance and Counseling

We provide a comprehensive guidance program to all students to help build the foundation for life-long learning by assisting students in developing self-respect, awareness of others and positive learning attitudes. School counselors provide direct and indirect services and activities to students, families, and school staff for developing strategies that deal with education, personal and social challenges that may interfere with the educational process. The foundation for our Guidance and Counseling Program is a Competency-Based Counseling Program (CBCP), which emphasizes decision-making skill development and exploration of future educational and occupational possibilities. The program also stresses self-concept development and the acquisition of social skills needed for interpersonal relationships.

The purpose of the guidance program is to help each individual student achieve his/her highest growth mentally, emotionally, and socially. We try to do this in several ways: 

  • Individual Counseling
  • Small Group Counseling 
  • Classroom Guidance Instruction
  • Parent Conferences
  • Special Education Coordination
  •  Student Referral Services – (Includes Special Education, Gifted and Talented, Speech, and ESL)

 

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Contact the Counselor

Phone: (845) 938-1897, (845) 938-1896

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Our Mission

Educate, Engage, and Empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.

Our Vision

West Point Elementary School provides opportunities for all students to achieve their personal best and to become caring, respectful, and responsible citizens. Our school strives to create a differentiated learning environment to ensure that every child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. We work with the community to motivate and enable all students to be life-long 21st century learners.

Target Goal 1

By 2017, all students will increase reading comprehension by analyzing and applying information read as measured by selected system-wide assessments.

Target Goal 2

By June 2017, all students will increase communication skills through the use of the Six +1 Traits of Writing Model to write clearly and effectively across the curriculum as measured by selected system-wide and local assessments.