School Counseling Program
We are excited to share more about our school counseling program and supports.GoalsAs school counselors, our goals are to support students in the following domains:
College and Career
Our goal is to also have every student college and/or career ready by the time they graduate from SUSD. CLICK HERE for a video outlining this goal from our Superintendent.
The vision of Hazelton Elementary School’s comprehensive school counseling program is that all students have the grit and resilience needed to become the best version of themselves. They demonstrate the mastery of the integral social/emotional, academic, and college and career skills necessary for their long-term success. They are able to realize their worth, their voice, and their value as life-long learners. They appreciate empathy, maintain cultural awareness, and strive to be contributing, productive and successful members of our society.
The mission of the Hazelton Elementary School comprehensive school counseling program is to advocate for and provide data-driven, intentional, evidence-based interventions and activities to all students, in order to help remove social/emotional, college/career and academic barriers. Through leadership, collaboration and advocacy, we strive to create an environment of safety, respect, responsibility, and academic excellence for all students to become lifelong learners.
The SAP Process
As school counselors, we advocate for students through the Student Assistance Program (SAP). SAP is a school-based approach to providing focused services to students needing interventions and programs that address academic performance, attitude and attendance. The SAP process brings together schools, communities, parents, and students in a working partnership in order to provide early identification and referral services for students. As a process, SAP identifies troubled students, assess students' needs, and provide them with support and referral to appropriate resources. The overarching goal of SAP is to remove barriers to education so that a student may achieve academically.
The SAP process is a tiered system of support:
Tier 1: Universal Classroom Interventions & Structures
Tier 2: Selective Intervention & CARE Team
Tier 3: Targeted Intervention & SSTBuilding #StocktonStrong
School Closure Counseling Hours
You can reach us between the hours of 8:00am and 3:00 pm on school days. See below for contact information.
Request to Speak to Your Counselors
Distance Learning Contact: (209) 222-8803
Office Phone: (209) 933-7210 x 5011
Distance Learning Contact: (209) 553-8838
Office Phone: (209) 933-7210 x 5006
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact our county hotline at 1-209-468-8686, National Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room / hospital.