The Stratford School District counseling staff will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, sexual preference or sexual identify, pregnancy status or language base in admissions to its programs, services or activities, in access to them in treatment of individual or in any aspect of operations.
Students find wellness and purpose as contributing members of society through the activities, resources and support of the Stratford School District School Counseling Program.
Our students are engaged, resilient, goal-oriented, and emotionally mindful. They are strong self-advocates, life-long learners, and positive contributors to a global world rich with cultural experiences. Students in our district are compassionate, principled, and open minded citizens prepared for the pursuit of future goals. They embrace their unique skills and abilities that have been nurtured by our comprehensive school counseling program, collaborative efforts and school wide and community support.
The school counseling program is committed to all students, community, and excellence.
By providing developmentally appropriate activities and services, it creates a safe, universally supportive environment. The program is built upon a challenging and engaging academic, personal/social, and career ready curriculum delivered through individual student planning and counseling, as well as small group and classroom instruction. Excellence is enriched by professional and community collaboration, data-driven responses, and school counselor expertise in program delivery. The school counselor is a leader, listener, educator, and advocate.