School counselor organization

Stay organized and maximize your productivity as a school counselor with these effective organization tips. Discover how to streamline your workload and create a more efficient counseling environment.
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School counselors are BUSY, and doing all the things can be exhausting and overwhelming. These 3 tips for making your school counselor schedule will help you streamline the thousands of things on your to-do list so you feel more focused and productive!

Jennifer Durr
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Google Docs for School Counselor Organization As a school counselor, I love using Google Docs to help organize my work life. Last year, as a new school counselor, I began creating docs to organize my schedule, small groups, goals, and more! I referred to the docs often throughout the school year and am thrilled to be able to use them again this year. The best thing about Google Docs is that you can easily make a copy and then tweak them for the following school year. In this post, I will…

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Whether your district calls it PBIS, RTI-B, or MTSS-B, chances are, you are providing your students with levels of support. This is a good thing! That said, it’s also another set of things to learn and implement. Especially because it’s often on top of academic MTSS/RTI, and this wasn’t always covered in grad school. The […]

Carrie Samuels