Madison Elementary School Counselors
W E L C O M E Madison Mustangs! We are excited to bring this resource to you just in case you have any questions, any concerns, or just want to reach out to your favorite School CounselorsClick the links below to request counseling services:
Bienvenidos a la pagina de sus consejeras escolares de Madison!
Nos complace brindarle información, recursos y una forma de conectarse con nosotros cuando sea necesario.
Madison Counseling Homepage
Mrs. Hooks (K-4) firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Caligiuri (5-8) email@example.com
School Counselors are a member of the education team that provides academic, social and emotional, and college and career-ready services and support via various platforms such as individual or group sessions, and classroom instruction. Counselors serve as a student advocate, working not just with the students, but the teachers, school staff and families as well, while building a positive school-wide culture and improving outcomes such as attendance rates, discipline rates, graduation rates, and more through what is called the MTMDSS. The MTMDSS (Multi-tiered, Multi-domain, systems of support) serves as a tiered structure that ensures all students are served equitably.
RAMP Award 2021-2026
It is with great pleasure that we announce Madison Elementary School Counseling Program as a RAMP (Recognized ASCA Model Program) school. We have been working for over a year on our school counseling program's application and honored to have satisfied all the requirements for a RAMP-recognized school. For more information on this National certification, you can check out ASCA's website by clicking here. Our school counseling program could not have earned this recognition without the support of all our students, staff, parents, administrators, and district supervisors. Thanks for taking this journey with us!!
Best wishes, Mrs. Caligiuri & Mrs. Hooks
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact our county hotline at 1-209-468-8686, National Lifeline at 988. Lifeline
988 is now active across the United States. This new, shorter phone number will make it easier for people to remember and access mental health crisis services, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room / hospital.
**Virtual services via email, audio, and video conferencing are not secure for personal issues and pose confidentiality issues.