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Promoting Children's Development

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What's A Community School Liaison Counselor?

(Cover photo: (Kara Bolch, CSLC, RSW)

Well … it’s more than just a counselor. The Community School Liaison Counselor (CSLC) program is intended to promote children’s social and emotional development; to enhance collaborative work between community, school and family; to enhance family member’s social and emotional well-being and promote children’s academic development.                                            

Saddle Hills County FCSS provides funding to the program, which provides service at Savanna School (1.5 days per week) and Bonanza School (1 day per week). Access to these services is free and confidential to all students and families. Written parent/guardian consent is required.

The CSLC may provide assistance in dealing with:

  • academic difficulties
  • bullying
  • anger management
  • dealing with divorce
  • peer issues
  • drug and alcohol abuse
  • grief and loss
  • handling stress and worries
  • or any other issues that students or parents feel would be beneficial to discuss

The CSLC may also provide social emotional education through classroom presentations and small groups.

Students may be referred to the CSLC by teachers, parents or by the students themselves. Please contact the school for more information or if you have any questions; we are here to help!

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