REMOTE LEARNING SURVEYS / ENCUESTAS DE APRENDIZAJE REMOTO
Wayne County Public Schools would like to hear how Remote Learning worked for your child this spring. Your input is critical for learning what worked well and what needs to be improved as the district works to develop future Remote Learning Plans. Please click here to access these important Remote Learning Surveys

Por favor, haga clic en el enlace anterior para tomar una Encuesta de Aprendizaje Remoto sobre el semestre de primavera de 2020.

 

PERIOD OF REMOTE LEARNING/BUILDINGS CLOSED
Per the North Carolina Governor's Executive Order, all NC school buildings will remain CLOSED for students for the remainder of the academic year. During this time, NC public schools are operating in a period of remote learning.  
See latest WCPS updates at COVID-19 (coronavirus) (Updates)

PERIODO DE APRENDIZAJE REMOTO/EDIFICIOS CERRADOS
Por la Orden Ejecutiva del Gobernador de Carolina del Norte, todos los edificios escolares de NC permanecerán CERRADOS para los estudiantes para el resto del año académico. Durante este tiempo, las escuelas públicas de NC están operando en un período de aprendizaje remoto. Ver últimas actualizaciones en COVID-19 (coronavirus) (Actualizaciones)

Guidance Counselors

 
K-2 Guidance Counselor-  Cassandra Best
 
3-5 Guidance Counselor - Valorie Gregory
 
 
The Wayne County School Counselor Association promotes excellence in school counseling by continuing professional growth and development and educating our students, our colleagues and our communities. 
School counselors serve as an integral part of the school environment.  While our roles and duties may vary from school to school, our guiding principals focus on the personal, social, academic and career development of all students.
 
All school counselors working in a public NC school are required to have a Master's Degree in School Counseling from an accredited university.  In addition, many school counselors have advanced degrees or certifications such as PhD's, LPC (licensed professional counselor), NCC (national certified counselor), NBPTS (national board of professional teaching standards) and others.
 
Wayne County currently has 48 school counselors serving approximately 19,000 students.
 
Mission Statement
 The mission of the Eastern Wayne Elementary School Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive, developmental program that addresses the academic, social and emotional needs of all students in a safe and nurturing environment. Our effort in these areas for our students are a part of a collaborative model that includes our parents, teachers and adminstrators. 
 
 
MonthTheme/Topic 
August 2019
Who is the Counselor?  How Can the Counselor Help You?  Mindset/Rules/Expectations 
September 2019 Respect and Good Manners/ Making Choices and Accepting Consequences 
October 2019 Problem Solving (Bullying) Conflict Resolution
November 2019 Diversity and Inclusion 
December 2019 Self-Control/Coping Skills 
January 2020 Peer Relationships (Making Friends) Team Building 
February 2020 Empathy/Feelings 
March 2020 Critical Thinking (Career Awareness) 
 April 2020Communication Skills/ Mock Interviews  
 May 2020Strangers and Home Alone/ Testing Strategies/ How to Deal with Test Anxiety 
June 2020 EOG Testing/ Evaluations and End of the Year Closeout activities/ Testing Olympics 
 
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